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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 05, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO '
Sunrise, 6:28; sunset, 4:39.
Estate John Cudahy, founder Cud
ahy Packing Co., sued for $8,478 un
paid taxes. .
Dr. J. W. Gro'ss- and Frank Dre
bing, operators of Meeker drug store.
Wabash av. and 22d, held on 5harge
of selling dope.
Henry Date, president Hope Pub
lishing Co., left estate of $300,000.
Miss Amelia Sears, director Cook
county public welfare bureau, re
signed to be superintendent Juvenile
C. F. Withers, 418 E. 41st, suing
S. R. Droscher, New York, $25,000.
Charges Droescher tripped him on
street, injuring knee.
Fire scare, Polish Immaculate
Conception school, 88th and Ex
change av. 2,500 small children
cleared building in two minutes.
Refused admission tdt rooming
house, 238 E. 16th, to spe estranged
husband, Mrs. Gertrude Eyers broke
windows. Fined $10.
D. M. Pfaelzer, member board as
sessors, 4552 Woodlawn av., serious
Home of Patrick Cannon, 2020 W.
67th, burned; $3,000.
Auto bandits grabbed purse from
Mrs. Mary Tennant, 4648 S. Marsh
Cases against Pat Morjarty and
Roy Atkinson, charging murder of
Jeweler Harry Phillips, dismissed.
When J. A. Ducharma put hands
in pocket to give stranger match was
hit on head. Skull fractured. $395
Mrs. Crystal Thomas, 2532 Lexing
ton, dead. Was injured in street car
Olaf Hjelkrem, 9, 2439 N. Spring
field av., ran from behind wagon in
front of auto. Dead.
W. J. Arnold arrested at 1454 Mel
rose av., Oak Park. Alleged to have
Bent improper letters to Mrs. Clara
Wathier, Cicero, and Miss Lillian
Roberts, Oak Park. ,
Evanston will vote tomorrow -on
bonds for new high school.
Mrs. Jos. Kramer, 2344 Argyle,
tired of being ill, turned on gas. Re
vived. Passengers on lake steamers are
exposed to typhoid and intestinal
troubles because of bad water taken
aboard m some ports, says Dr. J. O.
Cobb, federal health officer.
Council health committee recom
mends ordinance diverting traffic
from streets in front of hospitals dur
ing early morning hours.
24 grand opera singers arrived in
Chicago yesterday, ready for season
beginning Nov. 15.
Police escort granted for "Wet" Da-
rade Sunday. .
Oak Park board mav urge incor
poration of that bure as citv to stave
off annexation to Chicago.
semaphore street crossing sienal
system being tested at Michiganav.
W. P. Stimmel. Phoebus. Va.. trim
med for $64,500 by East Chicago
Judge Landis ordered 125 nnunrfc
I aspirin, 51 bottles rattlesnake oil and
,)U cans of tomato pulp destroyed
for violations of pure food law.
Mrs. H. A. Rosa, 4140 Wilcox, cele
brated 82d birthday by making first
visit to cabaret Called it "shocking
Louis Labowitch, Oconomowoc,
Wis., left $400,000 to wife, b445 Mag
nolia av., on condition that she not
Jas. R. Mann. III. congressman anrf
Republican leader in congress, ignor
ed Sen. R. Y. Sherman and came nut
for Elihu Root for president in state
Business men of Oerden av. and
Madison petition Chief Healev for re
turn of old crossing police who had
Michael Mikunis, 933 W. 33d. shot
with old rifle while playing war. May
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