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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 01, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:59; sunset, 4:20.
Wm. Kaiser caused panic in North
western U. lecture room. Fainted
"under pyschology test.
' Peg leg of man sleeping on side
walk at Stony Island av. and 67th st
stolen. Crowd contributed for new
Dr. Jenkin Lloyd Jones wants to go
to Europe with Henry Ford. Can't
prove father was naturalized. Hav
ing trouble getting passport
Mrs. Henry Hoch-Wornke, one of
Johann's Hoch's 32 wifes, died of
starvation. Hoch hung for poison
ing one wife.
Judge Sabath wants city to erect
shed in Grant park for autos. Does
not want 'em in loop.
Willis Neal, Evanston deaf mute,
arrested week ago for creating dis
turbance. Mother died. Can't get
home fof funeral.
Beauty shop of Madame Morelle,
13 E. Washington, damaged by Are.
Att'y E. A. Jones on trial for try
ing to get witness out of court's juris
diction. Two Indiana divers coming from
Stillwater, Minn., to search for Chas.
Goepper, Jr., drowned Thanksgiving
Fred Ischmael and Thos. Potterf
held. Charged with concealing as
sets in bankruptcy.
Harry Jones, negro, sent to pen.
Burglary. Nine years ago Judge Tur
ney, whp passed sentence, prosecuted
Jones on same charge.
Victor Weimer, 459 N. May st, died.
Skull fractured. Fell from Palmer
Widow of Sam Hoekstra, teaming
contractor whose body was found
shot and burned on prairie, accuses
police of 'laying down." Coroner
J. J. Shine, 1107 Garfield blvd.,'took
ride which cost $500 in auto. Killed
horse, ripped skirt from woman and
an through fence into ball park.
Geo. Truchinski, saloonkeeper,
38th pL and Auburn av., lined $20.
Liquor to minors.
Hat and change for $10 bill sent to
house by Cora Richards, milliner,
7458 Vincennes av. Recipient
"Prof." Rosenberg, 6000 S. Mich
igan av., sent to Bridewell for six ihc
Took $150 from woman to geferaan
wno nad stolen $400.
Death of Jacob Schureman ti
Park hospital indirectly laid to'
Rogers Park citizens to organiz
to nolice district is
Board of Trade directors cleared
Henry Hughes of charges. Said 8
have sent false reDorts to customers
and to have made "bucket-shopping-trades."
Y. M. C. A. suspended Ed. Donavan
when he went into saloon business.
Grogan's old place 1160 W. Van
South Chi. police lookiner for neerro
who attempted to attack Mrs. Ber
neda Pegman, 1246 115th.
Stella and Evelyn Mowrie, 21 and
16, ran away from Kenosha. Could
not hnd work. Arrested for shop
Municipal judges eettine busv to
right "legal sin." To give women in
morals court a chance to make good.
Employment office opened.
Mayor Thompson to auction first
Red Cross stamp in foyer of federal
building this morning.
Wm. Mueller, city fireman, suing
city for $25,000. Broke both legs
going to fire.
Sixty saloonkeepers to explain vio
lations of Sunday closing order to
Chief Healey today.
59 dead, 65 wounded in huntingyl
season, according to country's statls-!
Morton L. Thompson robbed of $26
by two gypsy girls in his office. f
C. F. Rexinger; railroad conductor,
asked state to probe death of Mrs.