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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 07, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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poisoning cases to be made to health
dep't
County Treas. Stuckart to turn
over $4,000,000 to city in November.
Theo. Seirer, 34, 4152 N. Sacra
mento av and Mrs. Augusta Hoff,
55, got marriage license at Geneva,
111.
Mrs. Catherine Dardillon, 3116
Cortland, found dead. Gas. Hus
band, Emil, overcome. Will recover.
County hospital patients to be
given election returns.
Striking students back at Keewat
in academy.
Frank Jensen, 27, 1827 Wellington,
suicide. Gas.
John B. DeVoney, banker, filed di
vorce bill against Mrs. Margaret Mc
Grath DeVoney. Good friends, but
can't agree.
Joe. Diano, 9, Chicago Heights,
hurt in auto accident Saturday, died.
"Billie" Allen, actress, tired of life
with John A. Hoagland, millionaire.
Back on stage.
Albin Polasek's undraped sculp
ture, "The Sower," on Art institute
steps has shocked reformers.
"Two-gun" bandit got $53 from
Sell & Stall saloon, 2301 Indiana av.
'Victoria-Triska wants divorce from
Jas. Triska. Said he threatened her
life and slept with axe beneath bed.
. Fred Mueller, who lost job as city
fireman in 1906, sued to get it back.
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SPREAD MEXICO RUMORS FOR
POLITICAL PURPOSES
El Paso, Tex., Nov. 7. Refugees
from Chihuahua City arriving here
last night say there were no new in
dications when they left that the city
was about to be evacuated by Gen.
Trevino with his Carranzista forces.
Trevino wired Carranzista author
ities at Juarez denying any intention
of evacuating Chihuahua capita.
It is believed here that rumors of
evacuation of Chihuahua City by de
facto forces have been spread by
mining men anxious for intervention
for their effect on presidential elec
gon in United Statei
AMERICA'S TWENTY - NINTH
GENERAL ELECTION
To Be Elected President and
vice president, 33 U. S. senators, 435
representatives, 35 governors, com
plete state tickets in nearly every
state.
.State Issues to Be Decided
Prohibition In Idaho, Michigan,
Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, South
Dakota, Maryland, Arkansas and
California.
Abolition of capital punishment
In Arizona
Political Managers' Claims
Democratic National Chairman
McCormick: "Wilson will have 364
votes" (266 necessary to choice).
Republican National Chairman
Willcox: "Hughes will have a plu
rality of 100 electoral votes."
Secretary Tumulty: "Wilson will
have 387 electoral votes."
Acknowledged Pivotal States
New York, Illinois, Ohio, Indiana.
States Where Women Vote
Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Idaho,
Washington, California, Arizona,
Kansasf "Oregon, Nevada, Montana,
Illinois In the six last named fem
inine voters will exercise their fran
chise for the first time.
Women Candidates
For Representative in Congress
Miss Jeannette Rankin of Montana
(on Republican) ticket).
For Representative in Congress
Mrs. Josephine Fernald of California,
(on Democratic ticket).
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. JOSEPH HILLSTROM'S ASHES
The ashes of Joseph Hillstrom,
known to the labor world, as Joe
Hill, will bp distributed among mem
bers of the Industrial Workers of the
World in Chicago on Nov. 19, 1916.
It is plann't-d by the local I. W. W. to
hold special services, of commemor
ation on that day. At the finish a
casket containing the cremated re
mains of Joe Hill will be opened and
contents of the casket given to the
men and women who believe, him a
martyr,

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