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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 17, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:42; sunset, 4:28.
Itka Lasky, 5, 1348 Sangamon,
missing. Police asked to search.
Gone from sidewalk in front of home.
George Conley, 3854..Cottage Grove
av., lost $8 to robber who threw pep
per into his eyes.
Mrs. Grace A. MoKey, 5115 Ken
wood av., got estate of husband, Wm.
McKey, real estate dealer. Amounts
to $150,000.
Antonio Cifaldo, 5031 Federal, held
for murder of Nick Cezzo, 5435
Shields av., found dead with cut on
head.
Two families made homeless when
fire destroyed dwelling at 4332 N.
Mobile av. Cause unknown.
Sam Rubenstein, 16, 1805 W. 13th,
stabbed in lung during fight with boy
over baseball game, may die. Police
seek assailant
Mrs. Frank P. Blair told judge her
hubby took jewelry and then left her.
Given divorce.
Joseph Shor, employe Armour &
Co., taken to Arizona to answer Mann
act charge.
Police held warrant for her hus
band. Mrs. Lillian Fodderhoff, 831
W. Jackson blvd., dragged him into
station.
George W. Lee of Chicago locked
up in Savannah, Ga., on bum check
charge, according to police.
'" Movies, burlesque and vaudeville
barred from high-toned Winnetka.
Clubwomen didn't want pictures.
Their maids did.
Peter Berkley, paper box man,
whose butler, Jas. Cole, recently elop
fid with wife's diamonds, asked for
police protection. Cole came back.
Broke pledge. Fired. Now threatens
Berkley's life.
Wm. Klemz arrested in connec
tion with killing of Chas. Victor, al
leged labor slugger at Painters' union
meeting. Questioned today.
Chicago Central Council of Social
Agencies, compromising 125 chari
ties, organized yesterday.
Plea of Mrs. Potter Palmer, Jr.,
caused police to free three boys ar
rested for robbing Parents' league
playground, Lake Shore Drive and
Delaware pi.
Three bayonets stolen from muz
zles of rifles in front of Olympic the
ater, where "Battle Cry of Peace" is
playing.
Isaac Jones shot and killed by five
auto bandits at White House Inn,
Posen, 111.
Mayor asks Corporation Counsel
Ettleson if patrons can stay in cafes
until 3 a. m. on New Year's eve.
Mrs. Anna Froenicke wants Chas.
Schaffer restrained from annoying
her. He says shoe is on other foot
and shows 500 letters to prove it
Commission meets today, 2 p. m.,
municipal reference library, City
Hall, to choose design for municipal
flag.
David Gillespie, first deputy cor
oner, to Excelsior Springs, Mo., on
vacation. Has held 4,000 inquests.
Estate of $400,000 left by Michael
Spades, real estate dealer, goes to
widow, two sons and daughter.
Joseph Middle has mania for es
caping from asylums. Escaped Kan
kakee 14 times. Now wants to go
back. To be examined again today.
Committee of Fifteen reports that
90 out of 95 property owners ejected
disorderly tenants when threatened
with injunction and abatement act
Mollie Kahan, daughter of coat
man, robbed of $1,100 in elevator in
bldg. at 1307 Milwaukee av.
Comptroller Pike holding up pay
of 150 employes because Treasurer
Sergei is holding up money he thinks
illegal to pay out
County board backed President
Reinberg in his decision to abolish
dispensation of baskets on Thanks
giving day.
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One-sixth of the land surface of the
globe is occupied by the Russian empire.

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