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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:10; sunset, 4:19.
Marie Delaney, 11, 4829 Jackson
blvd., and Elizabeth Hayes, 8, 4825
Jackson blvd., hurt in "movie" the
ater, at 306 S. Cicero av. Plaster fell,
Henry Gallagher and Richard
Maske, Evanston chauffeur, arrest
ed on bad check charges. John Holl
man, 220 N. Clark, complainant
Police found stick of dynamite, 44
caliber cartridges and part of shrap
nel shell in room at Western. Euro
pean hotel, 544 S. State, occupied by
John F. Burton, Miles City, Mont.
Body of Bartolima Guiseppe, 350
W. Grand av., found in lake.
Rev. Martin D. Hardin to quit pas
torate of Third Presbyterian church,
'Ashland and Ogden avs., Dec. 31.
Edw. Burns and John Graske
found under bed at home of Mrs.
Margaret Murray, 3008 Farrell. Said
-to have confessed robberies.
Jeremiah Seracano, 1231 W. Grand
av., fell from roof at 457 N. Peoria.
Players' Workshop society deny
plan to move" to North Side.
Gary police raided friendly poker
game and arrested members of edi
torial staff of Gary Evening Post
Spite work hinted. '
Oscar Samuelson. who lived with
broken back at Augustana hospital
for ten years, dead.
Police probing death of Mrs. Ida
Sawitsch, 3875 N. Richmond. May
have eaten poison candy.
Marie Lays, 15, 3610 Pine Grove
av., "divorce orphan," tried suicide.
Poison. May live.
W. F.'Brennan, Democratic politi
cian, seriously ill at St Anthony's
hospital. Blood poisoning.
Four men arrested in Detroit in
connection with robbery of Adams
Express Co., Nov. 1. $1,Q09 taken.
Two robbers, posing as policemen,
robbed three employes of Overland
Trading Co., 2422 Indiana av., who
were playing friendly card game. $87. 1
Unidentified man killed by auto of
Ted Malloy, 732 Temple.
Anna Buckley, employed in home
of P, B. Hart, 4731 Kimbarkav., over
come by gas. Accident.
Several jewels stolen at house
party of Prank Novosel, 4159 Prince
Julius Zimmerman, former police
man, arrested for buying stolen auto.
Fire damaged Wrangler house,
Jas. Emmett, hit by train Nov. 3,
Two holdup men shot and wound
ed N. O. Shodahl, 3652 S. Michigan.
Flea without money.
Chas. Carter, Barrington, IIL,eld
up. Robbed of $40 and gold watch. '
350 crook suspects rounded up by"
flying squads of police.
Mrs. Eleanor Marolz, 1570 Milwau
kee av., shot in row with Adam Zo-
towski'oVer room rent. Latter ar
rested. Safeblowers got $200 from White
Eagle laundry, 2799 Fullerton av.
Police raided flat'qf Mr. and Mrs.
Harry Rosenheim, 5010 Calumet av.
Arrested nine playing cards. Four
were women. . -
BOYCOTTBRS MOB MAN WHO
TRIES TO BUY BREAD
Detroit, Dec. 11. Because Richard
Piocento, proprietor of Michiganav.
restaurant, and his wife bought three
loaves of bread in defiance of neigh
borhood boycott, they were attacked
by infuriated mob of 2,000 men and
women and were rescued by the po
lice with difficulty.
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Laredo, Tex., Dec 11. Protocol
signed by members of Mexican
American joint com'n met with 'Car-
ranza's approval, as a whole, but th.
first chief has suggested minor
changes in phraseology before he at
taches his signature.