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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 26, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Henry L. Deike, 2250 Kirkjand av.,
sec'y-treas. Baggage and Parcel De
livery Drivers' Union, wounded on
way to meeting. Charles Applequist
and Daniel Gilbert said to be respon
sible for shooting.
Mrs. Mary Boyd, policewoman, ar
rested Tossel Wendt, 1546 Wells st.
Disorderly conduct.
Edward Bresch, elevator man, 1841
Wabash, av., stabbed to death by
Maud Oberg. Didn't come back on
time with beer.
H. E. Graff, 23, surrendered to De
troit police. Wanted for $1,700 em
bezzlement at Hammond Packing
Co.
Harry Anderson jumped through
second story window; broke leg. Po
lice arrived. Put up fight. Took four
to arrest him.
Miss Mary Olcazniski and Frank
Silkowski, 1756 N. Hermitage av.,
and John Ajgoridicz, 1633 N. Ashland
blvd., arrested. Alleged to have
robbed John Greulich's residence,
2443 N. California av.
Edward J. Creed, 45, 6914 S. May
St., and James Reed, 25, 517 W. 28th
st., arrested. Used padded bricks.
Said to have taken $200 in furs.
Edwin Lee, 0, former clerk coun
ty sheriff's office, found dead in room
ing house. No marks of violence.
Post-mortem ordered.
Bernard Myer, 2446 Burlington st.,
attacked by hold-up men. Lost grip
containing tools.
Miss Bessie O'Donne'll, 3134 Lex
ington st, robbed. $3.
Fred Guenther, 2148 N. Sawyer av.,
stopped by 3 men. $6 and stick pin.
Wm. Reynolds, 937 E. 42d st., and
Michael Reuss, 3420 W. 60t hst,
robbed on street cars. Piqkpockets.
Leona,Swanson, 2153 N. Lavergne,
held up. Screamed. Police arrived.
Fired several shots. John Behm cap
tpred. Albert Anderson's saloon, 832 W.
59th st., entered. $60, 2 boxes cigars
and 4 bottles taken.
Restaurant at 17 Quincy st. enter
ed. $7 taken.
Edward Conners, 28, and Paul
Blackburn arrested. Alleged to have
attacked Paul Larson, 641 N. May st.
Window of John Dolen's cigar
store, 129 S. Lasalle st., struck by
brick. $150 in cigars missing.
Riot in Siewick's Hall, 1721
Wrightwood av. Policeman Murray
felled 9. All arrested charged with
disorderly conduct.
Girl, 4, dressed in white, found
sleeping on sidewalk, Calumet av.
and 61st st. Police searching for
parents.
Home of Anthony Crapio caught
fire. Candle dropped from Christ
mas tree. Little damage.
Four negroes, Pullman porters, ar
rested. Charged with shooting Law
rence Blackmore, negro, St. Louis.
John L. Murphy, special policeman
B. & O R. R., surrendered to police.
Said to have wounded Frank Sco
divitz, 22.
Subway report soon. Route still
undecided.
Suitcase of Samuel Miller, missing
war veteran, found in Lincoln Park.
Murder feared. Will drag lagoon for
body.
Joseph Mullane, patrolman, Hin
man st. station, beaten into uncon
sciousness at S. Western av. Pistol
and star taken. John Suslopski, 2410
W. 25th St., arrested.
Edw. Wescott, alleged counter
feiter, allowed to spend Christmas
with his family by Capt. Porter, sec
ret service man . v
Chas. Ailing, attorney, shot by
Frank Klimek, will recover.
CHI TABS
Fred Lebolt, 80, 458 N. Union av.,
fell through manhole. Uninjured.
John Lyons, 54, found dead in barn
754 S. California av. Refused at
County Hospital. Exposure and want
of medical care.
Michael aMrtino, 5031 Federal st.,
shot in back. Thomas Julian, 4907
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