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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 15, 1912, Image 7

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found on rubbish pile rear of
store at 13th st. and S. Wabash
av. Turned over to police.
Miss Z. X.,Radcliffe, Los An
geles, who wrote letter to mayor
of -San Francisco, saying she
must have a husband within 60
days qr lose estate of $30,000, has
received 1,176 letters af Elgin.
Ex-Sen. Lorimer recovering
from appendicitis attack.
Because $30 a week was not
enough to give .midnight "joy
parties" for chorus girls, George
Horton, son of eastern bank offi
v cial, turned to writing checks.
Arrested.
Policeman Daniel Sullivan,
Fillmore st station, wjio shot and
seriously wounded Wm. Duggan,
31, railway conductor, following
fight in restaurant at 140 N.
.Wesjern av., held to grand jury,
' charged with murder. Duggan
died-
Ben Cordova29, 414 Rush st,
arrested after he had tried to
climb fire, escape and peek into
bedroom of Miss Mary Way, 123
,W. Superior St.
Chas. E. Erbstein, attorney for
Lucille Cameron's mother, has
received letter from several Mid
land, Tex., citizens offering $100,
000 for his defense if he would kill
Jack Johnson.
Woman believed to be Mrs.
George Rennee, Detroit, Mich.,
4 fpund with hammer wound on her
head in theSaratoga Hotel, 29 S.
Dearborn st. Dying. Police
'searching for man companion.
Houses and stores on both
sides of bakery and home of Nich
olas Parino, 506, W. Oak st,J
jarred when someone threw bomb
in the hallway. No one hurt -Police
investigating.
Frank Schaeffer, 3338 Herndon
st, severely injured when his
horse ran away when auto tire
blew out. Wagon hit street car.
Daniel F. Burke ofu Burke
Bros., 5444 Lake av., severely
burned on hands when his cigar
ashes lighted gasoline with which
he was cleaning his gloves.
"Did you know Smith was
operated on the other day?"
"Is that so? What for?"
"He had splinters in his stom
ach from eating a club sandwich."
0 0
"Why is it that Blank, the
shirtmaker, and Irons, the laun
dryamn, do not-Speak when they,
meet?"
"Well, you know, Blank adver
tised a new, indestructible shirt."
'Yes.'
"And Irons immediately in
stalled more powerful machinery
UTThis laundry,"
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