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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:41 ; sunset, 4:28.
Public federal hearing held today
on Gov. Dunne's waterway plan.
Jos. Shor arrested at Armour &
Co., charged with- taking woman
from Clifton, Ariz., to Globe, Ariz.,
through New Mexico, violating Mann
City files demurrer to petition of
"Birth of a Nation" owners that chil
dren be admitted to movie at Colo
nial. Eastland wireless apparatus to be
sold at sale separate from that in
which hull is sold.
H. A. Busby, president Busby-Field
Co., 3975 Cottage Grove av., suing
Grace M. E. church, LaSalle and Lo-,
cust, for $10,000 for injuries he says
he received falling in areaway.
Jos. Bisley shied bottle at- head of
Moses Paulnicky, saloonkeeper, 618
W. Madison, who wouldn't give him
free drink. Broke $50 mirror. 20
Gunmen got $11.15 from Gus Zo
grafos in his saloon, 431 S. California.
Injunction asked to prevent Wood
men of the World from raising insur
Judge Jesse Baldwin's son, Theo.,
eloped yesterday with Myrtle Silver.
Iowa doctor identifies photograph
of John Burke as man who was work
ing for him when P. R. Voorhees was
slain in Chicago. Burke said he kill
O. L. Dickinson, well-known busi
ness man residing at Chicago Ath
letic ass'n, beaten up at Hotel Sher
man hall by man who said Dickinson
made insulting remarks to lady he
Chas. E. Lowes, 1612 Berteau av.,
head bookkeeper for Union League
club, found unconscious with scalp
wounds on Belmont "L" platform.
Says he does not know what hap
pened to him.
64,000 school children have heard
"safety first" lectures' in past six
Patrick Cudahy, president Cudahy
Bros. Co. of Milwaukee, retired yes
terday and turned business over to
Crash of empty trains, St Louis
station, Garfield Park "L," tied up
trains for hours during rush last eve
ning. None seriously injured.
Mayor Thompson will proclaim
Dec 6 as "Defense Day," day for
bigger army and navy propaganda.
Three judges and an alderman
testified to good character of Nich
olas Collente, found guilty of selling
naturalization certificates to Italians
at $25 each. Judge Landis sen
tenced him to 75 year3 at Leaven
worth. More than 1,000 Chicagoans who
went to war front with Candaian
regiments have lost citizenship
through taking foreign oath 'of aller
giance necessary to enlistment
Medill McCormick has gone to
Oyster Bay at invitation of Theo
dore Roosevelt to confer with Pro
gressive leader about 1916 plans.
University of Chicago has installed
course in military training.
Bullet from revolver she fired failed
to kill Mrs. Angelus Serretello, 70,
573 Gilpen pi., but flash from gun set
fire to dress and she was probably
Federal agents searching for men
who have threatened to Mow up Van
Fleet Mfg. Co., Joliet, makers of war
Policeman Jas. Mitchell, on force
only month, perhaps fatally shot
when he interfered in fight of ne
groes. George W. Perry, Socialist, 1237 W.
Madison st, turned over all receipts
of his saloon business from Friday at
6 o'clock until 12 to the Amalgamat
ed Clothing Workers of America for
the benefit of the clothing strikers.
New York- Mayor John Purroy
Mitchell operated on for appendicitis.
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