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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 13, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 12

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$250 FLAT MAN AND JANITOR
HAVE AN ARGUMENT
A regular silk-stocking argument
had developed at 7737 Eastlake av.
terrace between the landlord and
tenant over a $250 flat. -As a result
the tenant is trying to rent the plaee
to a negro family; he has packed up
his furnituret and left his kitchen
utensils right in the front window.
North Shore society is dumfounded.
Wm. Cummer, the occupant, could
not be reached today. But a neigh
bor says that Cummer paid a year's
rent in advance at a rata of $250 a
month. The roof leaked and ram
spoiled $1,200 worth of furniture for
Cummer, and the owner man t nave
the leak fixed.-he says.
Simeon Swenson, owner, didn't
have anything printable to say to re-'
porters last night
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DID YOU FIND $1,000?
Have you got that faraway look
in your eyes today? Or didn't you
hear about the $1,000 bill that's float
ing about unattached "somewhere in
Chicago."
A regular, valuable $1,000 bill is
lost and B. P. Lindheimer, 4856
Grand blvd., is looking for it. So are
a million others. But he lost it
marhaTlnot WORRIED
"I don't look worried, do I?i' That
was the only comment Vice Presi-'
dent Thomas Marshall would make
on the political situation today. He
is visiting at 939 Sheridan rd., Ev
anston, with Walter McLallen.
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BORDEN AUTO HITS MAN ' .
An auto truck of the Borden Dairy
Co. struck Policeman John Kinney
of the Warren av. station last night
at Monroe and Campbell av. His
right leg was crushed. It was ampu
tated later. He may live.
Mary Sheldon, 38 Bellevuo- pi.,
prominent in social circles, sister of
Edw. Sheldon, playright, will become
Episcopal nun. ,
TELEGRAPH BRIEFS
Washington. Navy dep't will treat
bluejackets to sightseeing trip to the
Panama canal.
Athens. Provisional government
has decided to float loan among the
Greeks of America.
London. Rumored that martial
law will be withdrawn and Irish re-
bels released from prison.
Calumet, Mich. First skating fa
tality of year. Helen Saimi, 11, Cop
per City,, went through Ice on mine
dam. ,
New Haven. Clarence Whitney,
Chicago, Tale freshman whose auto
killed unknown man, released from
custody.
New York. Judge Henry Neil,
Oak Park, father of the mother'
pension law, is back from lecture tour
of England.
New York. 16 Protestant Episco
pal church bishops have issued an
appeal for the relief of war suffering
Assyrian Christians.
Berlin. Balkan 'express, whioh
runs between Berlin and Constanti
nople, killed 19 women section hands
when it ran into them in'a fog.
Grand Junction, Colo. Feared
Ellsworth Kolb has met death in his
third attempt to pass uncharted
Black canon of the Gunnison, 3,200
feet deap, with rapids only four feet
wide.
Oyster Bay. "I won't discuss pipe
dreams," said Col. Roosevelt when
asked, after visit to him from Geo.
W. Perkins, 1912 Progressive party
backer, if he would run for president
-in 1920.
Timpson, Tex. F. G. Kreemarf,
business man here, starts movement
to raise $500,000 to build granite
shaft 1.000 feet high in Kansas in
honor of women of west who voted
for Wilson.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Kandlik, 3838
Dickens av., celebrated 50th wedding
anniversary. 11 children and il
grandchildren present,

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