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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 11, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Malcolm S. Boyland, newspaper re
porter, on way home with week's pay,
held up and robbed of $7 at Cass and
Arvene Hyde, examiner for Chi
cago Title and Trust Co., died sud
denly in Hotel La Salle buffet. Heart
Over 4,000 men sought place at
Municipal lodging houses last night.
264 men given jobs hauling snow.
"Sol" Lewinsohn, held in London
for wrecking Chicago bank, out on
'Burning curtain in Hotel La Salle
foyer caused excitement but little
damage. Put out by bell boys.
Dusan Papovich, 2360 Clybourn
av., held to grand jury for awindle.
Collected money for fake Servian
Red Cross committee.
Gasoline, kerosene, gunpowder and
cotton part of plan to burn vacant
house of P. W. Proudfoot, 9333 Van
derpool rd. Dep. Slate Fire Marshall
Bach seeking clue.
Mrs. Mary Nocha, 8830 Burley av.,
burned Dec. 3, when lamp exploded,
Vagrancy warrants to be taken out
for youthful poolroom loafers, declar
ed Capjt O'Brien of detective bureau.
To clean up pool halls.
Municipal court judges and mem
bers of school board to speak at meet
ing of Chicago Teachers league at
Harrison Tech., tonight.
Appeal for funds by Chicago Wom
an's club job bureau being met with
heartily. Bureau called success.
W. L. Zelmer, 3420 Lexington av.,
and Soloman Poysner, 1310 S.
Marshfield av., arrested for spitting
on 12th st car.
Egg prices advanced 4 cents Thurs
day. Now forty cents a dozen. Scar
city of fresh ones, cause.
Village of Hinsdale to construct
$25,000 plant to make artesian wa
ter "soft" for washing.
Mavnard Rothrak. 10. 2935 E. 7QHi
I accidentally shot by air rifle in hands
Stephen Reynolds, Terre Halite,
and E. E. Blake, Chicago, debate on
liquor problem at Oak Theater, West
ern and Armitage. av., Sunday morn
Mrs. Louis Christian separated
from husband, Charles, filed petition
for $1,500 alimony due.
Edward O'Brien, waiter, Tremont
Hotel, tried suicide. Poison. May
recover. Wife suing for divorce,
Mrs. Mary Hechner, 219 N. Paulina,
suicide. Gas. Ill health.
Rotary Club members who manu
facture Christmas gifts, displayed
samples at banquet in Hotel Virginia
Ered C. Cameron, sued for divorce
on cruelty charge, says only cruelty
to wife was giving too many kisses.
Jos. Eressen, 1450 W. 18th, tried
suicide. Gas. Revived. Out of work.
Sent to Bridewell hospital.
W. B. Smith, 50. 6744 S. Morgan,
suicide. Poison. Lost job as city
Mrs. John Oram. 70 E. Oak, tried
poison in suicide attempt when hus
band was sent to Bridewell. No
money in house. Will recover.
Richard Mathews, circulation man
ager, in "Daily Maroon" U. of C. pa
per, says students steal papers.
Poultry show opened at Coliseum.
Over 4,000 birds on display.
Will of Curtis A. Cunn disposing of
$330,000 admitted for probation.
Edward, Johnson, Chicago, wanted
in Indiana for forgery, taken from
Lake Shore train near Grasselli, Ind.,
last night, , ,
Ch'as. Johpson, cashier for Con
sumers Co., held up by armed mant
Lost $419.51. ,
Republicans to ask Judge Scully
for right to appoint minority clerks
and judges of election. Claim return
Feter Kresse, street car conductor,
on trial for alleged ejectment of Aid.
Gieger, gets new trial, Jan. 4th,
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