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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 30, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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INTERESTING LO
Theresa Lichenstein, professional
fiancee, captured in New York. Al
leged to have swindled John Heiden,
1936 Hudson St., oufof $700 and
Anton Froelich, 215 W. Garfield blvd.,
$350.
Fred Brewer, 4612 S. State St.,
went to card party. Recognized miss
ing rings on hands of Miss Betty
Clardy. Isaiah Thomas, 4030 S. State
st, airested for burglary. Miss Clardy
booked as disorderly.
County jtil authorities to investi
gate "dope" charge. Jailer Davies to
learn where prisoners get cocaine.
Joseph Samanski, 16, 2604 Elston
av., died from injuries received March
14. Was shot by Policeman Albert
Russ because he didn't stop when or
dered to.
Unidentified man, 28, jumped off
North av. bridge. Body not recovered.
Mary Murphy, 15, 5637 Aberdeen
st., reported missing since March 27.
Found living with friends. . .
Arthur W: Morrow, Hinsdale, III.,
arrested for alleged confidence game.
Henry TJ. Cole, 2231 Calumet av.,
swindled out of $500.
James Panetta, 3020 Calumet av.,
flim-flammed out of $50 by two coun
trymen. Anton Petras to be rearrested on
Hollander murder charge. Aurora
police claim Petras was convicted of
white slavery.
'Permission -granted to exhibit
,rprug Terron" No one under 18 to
be allowed to see film.
Auto belonging to Barry Taxicab
Co., 704 Barry av., stolen on Sheri
dan road.
Delia Cattina, 12, 257 W. 24th st.,
disappeared on street car. Police
searching.
Adolph Leverentz, 6604 Langley
av., suicided. Gun.
Albert Longworth, 13, Indianapolis,
Ind., caught in Polk st. station. Run
away. Louis Wallhouser, 2520 S. Halsted
st, swallowed muriatic acid. Dead. I
CAL NEWS ITEMS
p Max Kutchai, 608 S. Hermitage av.,
I attacked by two men. Severely
beaten. Watch and chain taken.
Hugo oJhnson, Indiana Harbor,
beaten and robbed of $25. Taken to
hospifal.
Frank Rychelic.k, 2800 S. Harding
av., asphyxiated. Open jet.
Mrs. Kate Daley, 1348 W.14th st,
swallowed carbolic acid. May recover.
John Hope, 9245 Commercial av.,
switchman, I. C. Railroad,, fell off lad
der. Right leg broken. .
Aaron Clamberg, 649 Liberty st.,
rqbhed by 2 men. Lost $7.
William Snider, 1755 W. North av.,
stopped by 3 armed men. $33 taken.
Home of Mrs. Nellie Palmquist512
Garfield av., raided. $400 worth of
jewels gone.
Edward Casidy, 60, 12146 S. Green
st, struck by I. C. locomotive. Dead.
Three men and two women taken
in "raid on 1841 S. State st. Jacob
Wanner booked as keeper.
E. H. Stanlev. 14 E. Walton nl..
stopped by two men. $20 gone.
Mrs. Lena Luetz, 4640 Lake Park,
attacked by negro purse snatcher.
Lost $10. jr
Disappearance of lidith Schubert,
17-Year-old rookfield girl, blamed
on hypnotic spell. Girl tells strange
story.
Philip Spangenberger, 11, 140 W.
Superior st., met M. K. Euyre. Euyre
acted queer. - Spangenberger took
him to station. Man locked up as dis
orderly. Koetters case may reach the jury
late today or tomorrow.
Capture of Eng Long in Boston
may lead to exposure of Chinese mur
der ring. $10,000 was spent to get
Chinese murderer.
.Physicians at hospital declare that
Mrs. Pearl Bell is suffering from poi
soning. Traces of arsenic found.
Party of men fired several shots
from auto at N. Homan.av. Appar
ently no cause for shooting.

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