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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:52; sunset, 5:18.
Meyer Nuskat, -21.39 S. Crawford
av., huckster, killed at Belt Line grade
crossing, Desplaines. While in back
of wagon, horse crossed tracks -in
front of train.
Tom Gallagher, 6 ft. 2, left Post-
Graduate hospital d. t case and
went to home, 4214 Lowe av., attired
in union suit Was so big, conduc
tors paid fare. Back in hospital with
pneumonia.
W. G. Burns, telegrapher, 6501 In
diana av., committed suicide.
Movement to give Chicago finest
aquarium in country launched at Art
institute
13 hurt when Pennsylvania road
engine hit street car at 59th and
Ashland.
Jos. Malloy, 937 Belden av., arrest
ed in Weeghman's poolroom, 116 W.
Madison. Said to have confessed
stealing pool balls to sell to get money
for medicine for sick wife.
Bert Milano, foreman Wilson av.
tunnel, denied he levied assessments
against laborers employed under him.
Several testified they paid money to
him to hold jobs.
Miss Emma Majeska, 2800 Emerald
av., said to have attempted suicide af
ter quarrel with fiance, Manuel Se
rene Condition serious.
Richard Watt, 8, 813 Johns pi. run
down by fenderless auto truck driven
by A. Scolardo, 2536 Lowe av.
Michael Harvarth, 3732 Parnell av.,
carpenter, fell down McClurg bldg. air
shaft from 9th floor. Landed on
board stretched across shaft 3 floors
down. Will live.
Burglars got $300 and $500 in jew
elry from home of Peter Rakils, sa
loonkeeper, 3538 S. Halsted.
Jos. Skirski, 17, 8705 Houston av.,
arraigned in court 18th time on burg
lary charge.
Harry Mahler, 1218 N. Claremont
av., jumped in river from Grand av.
bridge. Refused to-be rescued when
life line was thrown him.
' Women's club of West Chicago
votes to build houses for birds and
not to wear bird feathers on Easter
hats.
900 students have registered at the
Northwestern university night com
merce school, 150 more than ever
before.
While state's attorney was deliver
ing charge to jury, Geo. Ely rose and
cried to judge that he was guilty. Ely
and 3 others charged with murder
ing Steve Zborel, S. Chicago saloon
keeper. United Societies likely to indorse
two Thompson Republican alder
manic candidates: Wm. J. Healy, 18th
ward and Hugh Norris, 2d ward.
Nellye De Onsonne is sued for an
nulment of her marriage to Herbert
Updike on ground she already had a
husband when she wedded. Herbert's
father filed the suit
Reception held in honor of Rev. J.
H. Littell, new pastor, Third United
Presbyterian church, 46th and Evans
av.
Marie Mills, daughter of Herbert
Mills, Chicago "nickle in slot ma
chine" millionaire, eloned with Wm.
McGrath, miner, at Phoenix, Ariz.
.Wm. Lorimer's candidacy for his
former seat in congress launched by
friends in his old congressional dis
trict Mayor Thompson threatens to bring
personal damage suit against Munici
pal Voters league for its report Says
report is. filled with falsehoods.
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WANT SPRING ARMSTICE OF
TWO WEEKS IN EUROPE
Berne, Switzerland,. Feb. 11. First
definite move to end world war made
here today when permanent commit
tee to establish lasting peace met to
formulate proposals for an armistice
of at least two weeks before spring
campaigns bring fresh slaughter in
Europe. Believe if guns can be si
lenced for two weeks fighting will
never be renewed. .

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