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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 14, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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ward, 6, wrote to Santa Claus, ask
ing him to return her.
Michael Nigro, 647 S. Clark, es
caped from Oak Forest infirmary and
murdered wife. Jealous of cousin.
Gave self up at Clark st. station.
Four hurt when auto of D. S. Da
vis; cashier of Franklin Trust & Sav
ings bank, collided with car of E. J.
Learned, treas. Reid-Murdoch Co.
Thomas Fahey, 16, and brother
Stephen, 9, bitten by rat in 'bed.
Treated at Chicago av. police station.
Howard Burkholder, actor, lost
clothes in dressing room of Apollo
theater, 47th and Forrestville av. Re
covered from pawnshop by police.
Englewood Christian church to es
tablish branch in Morgan Park
against protest of five other churches
already there.
E. E. Carter, 3459 Walnut, dead
tinder mysterious circumstances. Cor
oner investigating.
-Emma Exmili, 16, Forest Park, ar
rested for alleged theft from home of
Mrs. Margaret Waggner, 1721 Nelson.
Nurses from Chicago hospitals to.
sell Red Cross seals in branch offices
over city.
Miss Santa Gurgone, 264 W. 22d,
"kidnaped" by Frank Gurgone, 2848
Wallace. Engaged to marry Frank.
David Vollrath. former treasurer of
St 'Mark's Evangelical Lutheran
church, accused of $30,000 steal,
sought by trustees.
Thousands took part in dedication
of Sixth Congregational church, Car
ter and Augusta avs., Oa'k Park.
Jas. J. McCormick, former alder
man, 3464, S. Halsted, dead. Long ill.
William D. Cantillon, general man
ager of'C. & N., dead at home, 4234
Hazel. Started career as waterboy.
Good roads boosters to meet at the
International Amphitheater, Halsted
and 43d, in convention of American
Road Builders' Ass'n.
Morrison, Plummet & Co. and Ful
, ler & Fuller,"' drug concerns, consoli
date. Capital $750,000.
George Thompson, 1067 Ainslie, ar
rested as "pale face" burglar who
held up Mrs. Mary Holtz, 4865 N.
Ashland av. Just finished prison term.
Clergymen assail statement of An
ton Cermak that "wets" control
council and will defeat amendment
to special bar permit law.
War started on loop beggars. John
Gleason, aged man, when arrested,
told police he got dollar an hour.
John Severson, on way home to
Sweden, lost $90 to "con" men who
gave him bum check for $372.
Rudolph Kruger, Cleveland, O.,
separated from $80 by two "con" men,
in Grand Central depot.
Rob't Knight, building com'r, asks
law to limit frame houses to half of
size allowed. Fire peril cited.
Rev. Orville Kiplinger, chaplain of
Indiana state prison, says booze caus
es 83 per cent of crime.
Medical men praise Aid. Nance's
plan to keep heavy traffic teams from
vicinity of hospitals.
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ELBERT HUBBARD AND JOHN D.,
JR., TO BE CALLED
'Denver, Col., Dec. 14. John D.
Rockefeller, Jr., officers of the Rocke
feller Foundation, confidential em
ployes of Rockefeller, Elbert Hubbard
and Publicity Agent Ivy L. Lee prob
ably will be called upon, to testify be
fore the United States commission on
industrial relations when it meets in
New. York in January, for a further
probe into the underlying causes of
the Colorado coal strike.
The commission is to continue Us
hearings in the senate chamber of
the state capitol building until Wed
nesday when the members will leave
for their-homes to spend Christmas.
On Dec. 28 Chairman Walsh has
called the commission to meet in
Washington.
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PET NAMES
The coffee we can hardly stand
We call, with features pained,
The "Quality of Mercy" brand
Because it is not strained.
New York Tribune.
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