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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 22, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Four policemen and 4 burglars had
revolver battle at 119th and Peoria
sts. No one hit. Men were breaking
into Greenburg's dep't store. One ar
rested. Michael Yatis, 1140 S. State st., or
gan grinder, arrested for keeping
vicious animal. Monkey bit William
Neidreitch, 1150 S. Mozart st.
Auto of D. D. King, 3002 Lake Park
av., hit by car. Wrecked crockery
store of R. S. Weinberg, 6116 S. Hal
sted st
Sophie Rodica, 6, 10859 Burley av.,
killed by ekpress wagon driven by Al
len Fields, negro, 711 B. 41st st. Was
"hitching on."
John Sherlock, 737 N. Dearborn st.,
held up by two men while escorting
young lady home. She screamed and
robbers fled. Police heard screams.
Captured men.
Ass't City Prosecutor Frank Cal
upny, 1938 Belle Plaine av., married
Miss Mary McCarthy, Evanston, last
Wednesday. Left on 3 weeks' vaca
tion yesterday. News of marriage
leaked out.
Prof. R. W. Tibbals, 117 W. Austin
av., music teacher, recovered Stradi
varius violin, valued at $1,500, stolen
Sept. 15. Thief tried to pawn it
for $6. Jf
Lester Ernst, 12, 2209 Bissel st.,'
killed while trying to steal ride on
large concrete mixing machine. Fell
under wheels of wagon it was towing.
Burglars stole jewelry valued at
$170 from home of Mrs. D. C. Bow
ers, 1199 Lee St., Evanston. She was
on front porch.
Suit against Mrs. John J. Neff.'wife
of Board of Trade operator, Lake
Forest, up in Lake Forest. Suit is
for collection of money said to be due
on pair of shoes.
Henry J. Fernekes, self-confessed
boy bandit, held to the grand jury by
Judge Scully.
Ferdinand Steindel, orchestra
leader at Rector's, suing for divorce.
Cruelty.
Mrs. Joseph Knuda, 1214 W. 15th
vl. asked for warjant for husband.
whom she said beat her. Desk ser
eeant told husband had died of heart
disease 15 minutes before.
Coroner's jury found that Frank
Durrie, 235 S. Wesley av., Oak Park,
killed himself while temporarily in
sane. Mrs. Nellie Higgs, who killed Wil
liam Walter Willis, railroad conduc
tor, "because he wrecked home and
insulted her," placed on trial. Death
penalty will not be asked.
Harold Geminer, 14, Highland
Park, injured by hazers of High
School. Hazing ordered stopped.
Domenico Guglielno, 841 Forquer
st, suicided with gun. No work.
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OUCH!
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The Girl (rather bo and sleepy
at 11:30 p. m.) I don't know a thing
about baseball.
Tardy Guest Let me explain it to
you.
The Girl Very well. Give me an
illustration, of. a home run.
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