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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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three cabaret girls in Central inn, 419
S. Wabash. Said theV took $190 from
him. .
Tone Niti,-armed with gun, -found
looking in home" of Mrs. Lena Tumot,
746 W. Erie. Arrested. . - ..
( Presbyterians of Chicago have
raised $100,000 for church extension:
Ten scarlet fever case's within ra
dius of two blpcks of 55th and In
diana av.
Eighteen negrqes a?rested in gam
bling raid on Pioneer club 3512 S.
State.
Delegation from Argentina arrived
to attend live stock show.
Jos. Pitra's auto destroyed by fire
in garage at rear of 6504 12th.
Gov.-elect Lowden in town tonight.
Jobhunters excited.
Mrs. Catherine Coughlin Muldoon,
mother of Bishop Muldoon, died in
Providence, R. I. ,
Harry P. Galagher, Paterson, N. J.,
arrested in -Evanston on charge of
passing bad check.
Mabel Franke, 15, 4334 N. Cali
fornia av., found lying on curb badly
hurt. Believed to have been hit by
auto.
John Tonich, 6, Summit, fatally
burned playing around bofire.
Thos. Whitney Surette, lecturer,
lost two overcoats in one week. - ,
Edw. McCarthy, 1705 Crilly ct, and
Louisa Burton, 226 E.'26th, arrested
while "fox trotting" on street atan
Buren and Wabash.
Masked bandits held up C. &. N. W.
train near Clinton, la.
Alfred R. Urion, former pres.
school board, his wife and maid im
periled by fire that destroyed country
home near South Haven, Mich.
Ethel Clement, daughter of 'Police
woman Alice Clement, married in El
Paso, Tex., to Geo. Leiher, Pullman
Co. .electrical expert.
Carter Harrison and wife going
south this week.
John Halpin, 1512 N. Western av.,
shot and wounded in leg in fight
over Woman at Bungalow cafe, 2128
W. Madison Assailant sca$e&
THIRD CHILD OF FAMILY IN
SIX WEEKS DIES WHEN BOYS
ARE ASPHYXIATED IN CAR
Grim death has nearly wiped, out
the family of Mrs. Victoria Gavan
da, 1732 Burlington st. And all with
in six weeks. There is just one'' lit
tle tot, out of four, left noy.'
Carlo, Jan and Marysa are gone.
They were all under nine years of
ago. Stasia, aged 7, has lost her three
little playmates. Jan and Marsia
both died of sickness in one week.
Carlo died Saturday night in the
smoke of a blazing box car in the
Santa Fe yards. With him died Geo.
Sturna, 13, 1716 Burlington, and
Stephen Vanak, 13, 629 W. 18th st.
The three youngsters had crawled
into the car to play. A njght watch
man locked the door, not knowing
the children were inside. In the dark
one of the prisoners lighted a match.
Merchandise, the property of Car
son, Pirie, Scott & Co., caught fire.
The three were asphyxiated.
Tuesday there will be three little
funerals on the South Side.
RUSH CARRANZA RELIEF TO
CHIHUAHUA CITY
Juarez, Mexico, Nov. 27. Al
though no inkling of the fate of Ja
cinto Trevino and Carranzista de
fenders of Chihuahua City had
reachedhere early today, Gen. Gon
zales, commander of Mexican de ,
facto garrison here, is hurrying every
available'Soldier in entire state of .
Chihuahua northward by rail to re
lief of state capital -
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MARY LOUISE SMITH GONE AND
THEREIN IS A MYSTERY
Mary Louise Smith, tired of chores
on farm at Amboy, HI., disappeared
and is being hunted by newspaper
sob sisters, regular policemen and fly
cops. Mary, if she had stayed on the
farm and done all the chores asked,
would have had $10,000 when the old
folks died. Just why she said'nix on
the farm life is a mystery supposed
to come ujq when Mary tarns, up. '

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