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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:54; sunset, 4:21. I
Auto of Harold L. Ickes, Republi
can politician, seriously injured Alice
Moseley, 22, Evanston. Ickes said
accident was unavoidable.
Rumored City Clerk John Siman
may be comptroller of sanitary dis
trict under Pres.-elect Sergei.
Lillian Kreimerier, student at
Northwestern "college, Napendlle,
killed and Rev. EL 0. Fife, Evangeli
cal minister, badly hurt when auto
rojled over 30-foot cliff near Joliet.
Cracksmen after hour's work got
only $3 from safe of High Grade
Laundry, 4226 W. 22d. ,
Three hundred suspects taken in
police war on gunmen and crooks.
Robbers got over $5,000 in jewels
in1 two robberies in joliet.
Pres. A. C. Leonard of Union Stock
Yards & Transit Co. issued order
barring cattle of Nebraska, Kansas,
Missouri and Missouri river markets
from Chicago. Fears return of hoof
and mouth disease.
Joe Lorusso, 25, fell or was thrown
from thrird floor window of home at
832 W. Ohio. Police investigating.
Four men taken into custody. Deny
knowledge of Lorusso's death.
Capt W. P. O'Brien placed on trial
before civil service board.
Twelve violations of Sunday law
Geo. Reim, 1249 Altgeld, arrested
on charge of passing bad checks.'
$800 worth of diamonds stolen
from Mrs. Philip Cohen, 4458 Grand
Frank Kambia, 5022 S. Ada, shot
in leg. Assailant escaped.
Peter Kennedy, laborer, killed.
Arthur Peterson, 6920 Indiana av.,
killed. Tar tank exploded.
Vera Smith, nurse Presbyterian
hospital, robbed of ring and $85.
Thos. Merrjman, 5347 Ingleside
av., bumped head diving during "win
Sir Herbert Beerbohm Tree, Eng
lish actor, says wine sometimes acts
as "mental bath."
Burglars got $900 worth of cigars
and cigarettes from United Cigar
Stores stock room, 318 W. Superior.
Mrs. Blanche Beardsley, 241 Flori
mond, arrested on charge of swind
ling man in sale of grocery.
Three women and man arrested in
raid on flat at 3632 Indiana av.
Roman Catholic churches in Chi
cago contributed $100,000 to "Peter's
Pence," annual collection for Pope.
Jos. Pratt, 1369 Grand av., said he
was -bitten by bulldog while calling at
home of Andrew Civak, 3134 Emer
Jesse B. Iser, 3352 S. Seeley av
arrested on charge of stealing add
ing machine from Electric Steel Co.,
3100 S. Wood.
Jos. Calber, negro, admitted fatally
beating Chas. Brown, 3256 S. 5th
av., during holdup.
Tony D'Andrea, bus. agent Hod
carriers' union, taken into custody
by police. Carried gun.
Paul Blockis, 1214 N. Oakley blvd.,
hurt by auto.
Mrs. Dorothy Klewer Luther, dan
cer at College inn, who eloped with
R. Mayne Luther in 1914, has sued
Body" of Ina Holstrom, 20, who
committed suicide by taking poison,
will be sent to old home at Rapid
, River, Mich., for burial.
Chester J. Larson said to have ad-
mitted hitting Kenneth Ault, 607 W.
60th, who died Nov. 16 of skull frac
ture, with bottle and taking $50 from
Twelve -men and woman found
drinking in flat over saloon of John
Schworchinski, 1464 Indiana av.
Two boys abandoned stolen auto
of H. P. Woolston, 4517 Beacon, after
it was wrecked in collision with auto
of Dr. Wm. McGregor.
R. Colinghoun, former Iieut. North
west mounted police, caused arrest o