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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 06, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Buing holdup -who fobbed two sa
loons. Howard Cary, Utica, III., hit di
vorce suit. Wife says he is cruel.
Frank Larrabee, 634 S. Washte
naw, run overland killed by Lake
Shore engine aft.3th st
Cornelius Shea, head of teamsters
during strike of 1905, arrested on
charge of immorality,
w Santa Fe road press agents an
nounced gift of 7 per cent of annual
. salaries to all getting under$1.200.
J. F. Dillon, head of U. S. wireless
department of Chicago district,
warned amateurs not to interfere
with messages.
Geo. Harrington and Charley Ray,
trick box store thieves, sent to the
Bridewell. Stuck stolen articles in
box they carried.
Mrs. Lizzie Larner, 1054 W. 14th
pi., beaten by robber who entered
home on pretext of renting flat
John Cahil, 1911 Mohawk, held
after battle over stolen auto of W.
C. Steely, 4338 S. Michigan av.
Wm. Lafferty, iron worker, killed
by three-story fall from Dawes hotel,
318 S. Throop.
Edwin Thacker, former cashier of
Cosden & Co., sent to penitentiary
for four years. Embezzlement.
A. R. Shannon, school board att'y,
saystschools will need $24,000,000 in
1917.
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PROSECUTOR M'DANIEL FREED
OF WIFE MURDER CHARGE
St Joseph, Mo., Dec 6. Oscar D.
McDaniel, prosecuting attorney of
Buchanan county, acquitted last
night of murder of wife. Jury was
out one hour and thirty-five min
utes. McDaniel expects to hunt down
A murderer or murderers of his wife
and make them answer the same
charge on which he has been ac
quitted. "I have enough evidence against
certain persons to make me believe
I soon may catch those who killed
Harriet," he saicUtoday, He has re
turned to his home an'd his thre
motherless children. 1
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WOMAN'S PEACE PARTY MEM
BERS LEAVE FOR CONVENTION
Woman's Peace party delegates
from Chicago left today for Wash
ington and annual convention Dec.
8-11. Program includes discussion of
this proposition:
"Inasmuch as investment by capi
talists of one country in the resources
of another and claims arising there
from are a fertile source of interna
tional complications, the Woman's
Peace party urges the widest possi
ble acceptance of the principle that
such investments shall be made at
the risk of the investor, without
claim to the official protection of his
government."
Military training in public schools,
the draft clause in the Hay bill, Ja
panese and Mexican relations, are
other topics. Those leaving today
for the meeting are: Jane Addams,
Mary Rozet Smith, Mrs. Mary H. Wil
marth, Mrs. George H. Mead, Edith
Abbott:, Mrs. Robt. H. Kohlhamer,
Mrs. Alfred Kohn, Sophonisba Breck
enridge, Mrs. Eleanor G. Karsten,
Mrs. Mm. Bross Lloyd, Grace Abbott,
Ella J. Abbel, Mrs. W. L Thomas.
"HOGERTY FIRED FIRST SHOT"
Witnesses to the killing of "Dandy
Joe" Hogerty in a Burnham road
house Nov. 23 said Hogerty fired the
first shot of the gun fight that ended
in his death. They testified at the
inquest yesterday. The witnesses
said the trouble started about a girl
who complained to Hogerty that the
Tommy' Enright-Sonny Dunne party
insulted her. Those who swore to
this story were Wm. Connelly, bar
tender; Bud Connors and Eugene Mc
CalL The inquest was continued.
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Springfield, Mass. AH paper mills
in Western Massachusetts have
granted their employes emergency
bonus of 10 per cent in wages, Af.-i
fects about 5,000, . J

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