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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 01, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 5

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Samuel Gompers, president of the
American Federation of-Labor, and
Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst, British
militant leader, have both arrived in
Chicago and will attend the Hal
lowe'en dance of the Women's Trade
Union League at the Hotel LaSalle
Jacob Zussman, 52, 1321 W. 13th
St., knocked unconscious by boys
celebrating Hallowe'en.
"Padded--brjck robber" smashed
window of American Raincoat Co.,
316 S. Clark st, but fled when he
saw cop coining.
Safeblowers got $250 from Wheel
er & Joachims' saloon, 1658 W. Lake
st, few doors from W. Lake st police
Mrs. Anna Stenerson, 920 N. Cali
fornia av dropped dead on street
Heart disease.
Police searching for Louis Spink,
6, 2645 Washington blvd.
Marjorie Hamilton Cunnningham,
the "calender girl" will take stand in
Punk case today.
John McHenry, found dead on
stairs of Sam Phillips' rooming
house, 942 W. Madison st Neck
broken. Mystery.
Police searching for man who
threw Elizabeth Cordes, 2742 S.
Harding av., from street car at Madi
son and Halsted sts. Shoulder
U. S. Sen Sherman and Former
Gov. Deneen held political confer
ence. Women's Party of Cook County in
war against suffrage clearing house
operated, by Women's City Club.
Anton Wiskieszek, applying for
citizenship papers, said President
Wilsdn lived in Cicero.
Mrs. Kittie Carnt, 10 E. Illinois st.,
found dead in bed same day her
former husband, Thomas Raddigan,
was drowned.
John J. Sullivan, 4756 Vinccnnes
av., killed by fall from "L" platform
at State and Van Buren sts.
Sam Insull says he'll cut Common
wealth Edison rates $974,000.
"Prof." Salisbury, long-sought
clairvoyant, brought back to Chicago
from Boston. Named Barney Bert
sche. Negro burglar got $800 worth of
jewels from home of Mrs, W. E.
Campbell, 3751 Grand blvd.
Sarah Padden, Chicago actress,
married to Gen. C. Sackett sec'y of
United Play Co.
Jennie Grayson, negress, convict
ed of killing Bessie Taylor on account
of jealousy. One year to life.
Nathaniel Hill, 58, stationary engi
neer, Hotel Holland, killed by being
crushed between elevator cage and
roof of building.
Thos. Laquinto, laborer, North
western Railroad, killed by buggy of
Battalion Marshal Kenny, fire dep't
Aid. Richert authorized to fill va
cancy on commission on city expen
ditures caused by resignation of Aid.
Mrs. Emma Douglas, 16, arrested
with Aldo P. Bleisch oil complaint of
her husband. Judge Hopkins ordered
Bleisch to leave town. Girl wife sent
back to husband.
Would-be burglar frightened away
when he tried to rob home of Mrs.
John E. Barnes, 3571 Grand blvd.
Mrs. Emmeline Pankhurst arrives
in town today.
Isabelle Carruthers, 1820 Jackson
blvd., appointed first woman bailiff of
Municipal Court.
President Samuel Gompers, Ameri
can Federation of Labor, is in town
Six Chicago girls announce them
selves willing to enter into eugenic
Vice President Thos. R. Marshall is
here. Predicts trouble over adminis
tration currency bill.
Aid. Capitain resigned from sub
way committee.
Capt. C Glenn Collins, who passed
himself off as English banker, arrest-
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