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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 12, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Lieut. Burns, Maxwell st. station,
arrested Frank Wiczew, saloonkeep
er, 1020 S. Canal st, for trying to
bribe him. Burns refused to allow
dance in Wjczek's hall and alleges
latter offered him $10 to change de
cision. New comet visible near lower star
on big dipper. Best time to see it is
1 or 2 o'clock in morning. Last night
many couples did.
Bearna Carter, negro, 230 Wendell
st, arrested when he tried to shoot
Arthur Monroe, laundry driver,
held up by two men while delivering
package to 3250 S. LaSalle st. last
George Craig, 1366 Mohawk st.,
told police he had been strong-armed
by two colored women who got
Raymond Hopkins, 7, 645 W. 48th
st., died suddenly at home. Coroner
J. Egan, 7003 S. Carpenter st., rob
bed by 3 armed robbers. $8.
Mrs. Lillian Wellever, 128 E. Su
perior st., swallowed poison because,
she told doctor, her husband hadn't
kissed her for week. Will recover.
Joseph Frank, 33, badly cut about
face in quarrel with man at W. Chi
cago av. and Carpenter St.
Mrs. Delia Butler, 1463 Michigan
av., employed girl as ass't maid. Girl
and $700 worth of jewelry and $50
Howard Belding, conductor, 2111
Hudson av., suicided by gas in Gar
den City Hotel. Police probing.
Young woman entered Y. W. C. A.
early yesterday morning. Given room
with girl. Disappeared. So did $75,
New Church of Our Lady of Mount
Cannel dedicated yesterday.
Mrs. Mary Dunne died at home,
3341 Douglas blvd. Lived in Chicago
Unidentified man fell into river at
W. 13th st. and drowned.
George Loomer, 60, 2038 Flournoy
st, riding in auto of J. Hedges, 5433
Drexel av., when it bumped that of
William Beci, 1101 E. 63d si. Serious
Cornerstone of new Danish Old
People's Home in Norwood laid yes
terday. Patriotic ceremonies.
Customers in saloon of John Wo
kowski, 1833 W. 51st St., started to
take revolvers away from youthful
bandits who tried to hold them up.
Kids ran out side entrance.
John Kiss, 3, 3366 N. Clark St., bad
ly bruised by auto driven by Charles
Johnson, 55 Scott st.
Lewis Schindler, dishwasher, fool
ed cops around Chicago av. station
for week posing as FunkhoUser in
spector. Caused arrest of 21 per
sons. Now under arrest himself.
Andrew Volney, 40, 4559 Gross av.,
dead in bed. Supposed heart disease.
Thomas Lane, 2269 Fulton st., run
down by auto of Dr. John Canavan,
3700 Wallace st. Shoulder dislocated.
Tony Yerkovich, 303 W. 25th st.,
thrown out of window by two men
during argument. Back broken.
Chris Bogocico, 525 W. 26th st, ar
rested. Chicago Postoffice Clerks' Ass'n
endorsed resolution for one day off
in seven for Chicago policemen. An
nual ball to be held Thanksgiving
Day at White City.
Two Western av. cars collided at
63d st. Arthur Smith and H. Cun
ningham, Hillside, HI., bruised.
John Mika, 744 N. Racine av., prob
ably fatally "beat up" by gang of
toughs. Could give police no reason.
Peter Zulawinsky, 1357 Hastings
st, attacked by two men. Thrown
into passageway. Found by police.
Taken to hospital. Serious.
Frank Magdziak hung self in Ham
mond, Ind. Discovery of. body treat
fed sensation at peace pageant and
"The Balkan Situation and the
Causes of the War" will be topic of