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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:56; sunset, 4:21.
Jacob Waxman, 828 S. Marshfield
av., died while swimming in tank at
1115 S. Paulina. He'art disease.
Mary Schoenberg, 1201 S. Peoria,
reported missing Nov. 25, home.
Attempt made to hold up Kent
Eastman, 4016 N. Kilburne av., at
Byron and Kildare av. He ran.
Coroner probing death of Mrs. T.
V. Ashcroft, 1706 Estes av. Poison.
John Larson, 6454 Ingleside av.,
held up at Byron and Whipple. Beat
off robbers with fists.
Mrs. Felix Debofia, 823 Forquer st,
missing. Husband says she was kid
naped by former suitors. Police
Henry Bosch's 80-foot yacht Ra
boco tossed for hour when engine
went dead. Seeking body of Chas.
Goepper, drowned from deck.
Anna Morka, domestic, had em
ployer, Mrs. Sam Damziger. 5749
Prairie av., arrested. Slammed door
in her face, ell m.
Roman Lapsk$, 1921 N. Winches
ter av., hit by "L" train at Randolph
and Wabash av. Slightly hurt Re-i
covering girl's hat
Burglar probably fatally shot by A.
S. Hacquebord, 825 Highland av., Oak
Park. Was entering window.
Frank Johnson, 3839 Christina av.,
killed by auto. Driver sped away.
Twenty-nine violations of Sunday
closing law discovered yesterday.
Frederick Blessman, 933 Dunlap
av., Forest Park, dead in bed. Gas.
John Berger and George Varney
rescued by firemen. Blaze in apart
ment at 4709 Indiana av.
Ludwig Sliwicky, 60, 3601 Wol
fram, found dead in barn. No cause
.Beating watchman into uncon
sciousness and binding him hand and
foot, three men early today blew safe
In Mandel Bros.' barn on North Side,
i -caped. with ?1,000.
Mrs. M. Mudelman, 5149 Prairie
av., reported activities of "peeping
Tom-" Other complaints from same
Clara Mullen, 3619 Colorado av.,
dead. Hit by car Thanksgiving day.
Fay Buzzan, 1523 Dearborn av., se
riously hurt in auto crash.
U. S. inspectors to meet stock
yards experts today at Hotel La Salle
in conference over foot and mouth
Four families driven out. Fire in
bldg. of Frank Slaugh, 211 E. 39th.
MOTHERS THREW BABIES INTO
WATER DURING SUB SCARE-
New York, Nov. 29. Twenty-five
persons were drowned in panic
aboard British steamer Barulos in
the Mediterranean when Turkish
submarine fired shot across Barulos'
bows on Oct 3, Mrs. Eleanor Frank
line Egan, magazine writer declared
today on her return from Europe.
When the Barulos, which sailed
from Piraeus for Alexandria with 200
passengers, was five hours south of
Crete she picked up three lifeboats
from the submarined British steam
ship Sailor Prince, said Mrs. Egan,
who was a passenger on the Barulos.
A few minutes later a big Turkish
submarine hove in sight and fired a
shot with a peremptory order to halt
The passengers rushed for lifeboats.
Women, unable to reach the boats,
jumped into the sea. Some threw
their babies into the water.
Mrs. Egan said she escaped death
because she is a good swimmer.
KILLED BY BLACK HANDERS?
Believed Black Handers added one
more murder to their long record to
day when Joe Lombardi, 58, laborer,
was shot down few feet from door
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