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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 23, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:50; sunset, 4:23.
Chas. Abramson got two years at
Leavenworth for using mails to de
Jury being selected to hear con
demnation proceedings in connection
with widening of 12th st.
Sam Thomas, South African negro,
walked into stockyards police station
and said he was deserted from British
navy. Wants to be shipped back to
England as prisoner.
Mortiz Freytag bequeathed $215,
000 estate to widow, 559 Surf, and
son, Fredrick W., 552 Surf.
Lena Junislawski, baby, 537 W.
45th, upset boiling water. Dead.
Defective fireplace caused $2,000
fire, F. M. Fairfield's, 10422 Long
Martin Willard suing Herman Oc
kenga, 4519 West End av., $10,000,
charging false arrest
Miss C. C. Tenseit, 1043 W. Jack
son blvd., caused arrest of C. M. Law
rence, real estate broker, Gas bldg.
Charges fraud in sale of truck farm.
Hot soup fell from window, 703 S.
Morgan. Hit Martha Kenny, 1452 S.
Racine. Drenched her
C. J. Meyers, 1008 W. Madison,
fined $100 for robbing phone boxes
on north shore. Detected through
finger prints on boxes.
Special Dupage county grand jury
called to consider charges against
board of supervisors arising from al
leged shortage of Thos. Hull, former
Chicago I. W. W.'s plan to get Jos.
Hillstrom's ashes and distribute some
to each country of the world. Was
executed in Salt Lake City for mur
der. Peter Gosland, Chicago, second to
be arrested in Lake county for swear
ing false to age In getting marriage
license in Waukegan.
Yearling steer broke loose and
went on rampage outside stock yards.
Took liking to railroad track-and de
'. yed two passenger trains.
Chas. Brever, 63, 1658 W. 14th st,
dead. Paralysis. Funeral Thursday
Z o'clock, 3501 Colorado av. Auto
funeral to Forest Honn.
Kisses kill babies by giving them
colds, sore throat, etc., say doctors.
Joe Sexton, Waukegan, had birth
day yesterday. Came into annual in
come of $25,000. Was 21.
John Mock, tailor, 2259 S. Trum
bull av., showed ability as Charlie
Chapliner and gained liberty in Judge
LaBuy's court, where he was hailed
on disorderly charge for Charlie
Chaplin stunts on street.
Herbert Trumbull, 3170 Cambridge
av., believed suicide. Found asphyx
iated in room.
X-ray located 10-inch silver -table
knife in stomach of Mrs. Elizabeth
Hochberger, 1703 N. Artesian av.
Swallowed while in typhoid delirium.
. County hospital, 8 months ago. Doc
tor's wouldn't believe it until X-ray
showed it Will operate.
Miss Rose Konesko, 648 Grand av.,
saved life of John Veneigh, 1420 Di
vision, by grabbing him off car
tracks as he stepped in front of
speeding car. His conipanion fatally
J. P. Lamb, 3564 S. Halsted, died
shortly after being hit by street car
at 71st and Ashland blvd
H. F. Miller, saloonkeeper 1030 Or
leans, foiled robbers. Gave them wad
of paper wrapped in $2 bill.
County Judge Scully opposed to,
legislative revision of primary sta-
tute. Says there should be whole
Footprints led to open window and"
arrest of Robt Walker, Kenosha, at
Lake Forest home. '
When the second 42-centimeter
shell struck the Liege fortifications
it is supposed to have killed 2,300
men. And since the cost of those
shells is less than $3,000 this must
have been one of the least expensive
massacres of the war. J
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