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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 02, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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ttEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Police trying to find reason Sophie
Able swallowed poison in her room at
859 N. La Salle. She may die.
Suitcase of Thomas Sigmuny, 835
N. Kedzie av., containing $150 worth
of clothes, stolen "by, thief who
jumped on car and made getaway.
Churches of all denominations
asked to join in asking fanners to
send their surplus crops here to sup
ply food for the idle.
Thief who stole heirlooms from
room of Mrs. E. H.Klug, Davenport,
la., in Gladstone Hotel, is offered $25
reward and protection for their re
turn. Thirteen autos stolen Saturday
night and twelve stolen last night.
Extra detail of police working in ef
fort to curb thefts.
Clyde Holden, 4104 Drexel bvd.,
run down by auto of P. Egan, 8835
Saginaw av., who tried to escape.
Holden was repairing motorcycle
when struck. Badly bruised.
Clarence "Highpocket" Pierce,
negro, 1858 Carroll av., killed in cut
ting match 'with William ."Low
down" Starks, negro, who was arrested.
Dr. H. L. Fletcher was called to at
tend Mrs. Lillian Johnson, widow, 415
Plymouth ct. She swallowed poison
in his presence. Taken to hospital.
Leopold Martin dropped --dead in
City HalT Square Hotel from sup
posed heart disease.
Council won't meet tonight be
cause of nearness of election.
150 fountain pens worth $175
taken from window of Metcalf's sta
tionery store, 115 N. Wabash av.
Padded brick used.
, 38 men arrested in raid on saloon
of Joseph Hanley, 185 W. Van Buren
Jewelry and silverware worth $1,
500 taken from home of Mrs. Nich
olas Wolf, 5817 Kenmore av.
Unidentified man found in river at
Van Buren st. Poorly dressed.
William Roal, 479 Deming pi.,
found dead in bed. Gas. Police
Charles Stout, 1016 N. Clark,
pinched on complaint of wife, who
alleges he struck her on head with
frying pan. Quarreled ove money.
Manman's est au rant ,117 S. Clark
robbed of $20. Padded brick used. .
George Miler, Jr., 734 Willow, shot
by brother Charles, who was show
ing gun to friend. Serious.
Emmett C. Whalen, retiring grand
knight St. Cyr Day council, Knigrts
of Columbus, banqueted in Grand
Pacific rotel and given chest of sil
ver. Flames starting sawdust on fourth
floor caused $500 damage to Moeller
Bros-' department store, 1276 Mil
Socialist meetings tonight: 9th
ward, K. of P. Hall, 111th and Mich
igan av.; 13th ward, Delano school,
Adams and Springfield; 22d ward,
Schier's Hall, Dayton, Clybourn and
Policeman Fred Volquartz sus
pended from force by order of First
Deputy Schuettler. No reason given.
John Polowski, watchman, 4318
Cleaver, dropped dead at Elston and
North avs. Heart disease.
Wilbur Cleen Voliva showed mo
tion pictures of Zion City last night
at Zion- City Tabernacle, 25th and
19 persons arrested in raids on al
leged dives at 2011 Indiana av and
1914 S. Wabash av.
Detective Howard Riley of Hyde
Park station badly bruised while
chasing boys who stretched wires
L. C .McDonald, 407 W. 63d, robbed
of $30 on 63d st. car. Pickpockets.
Clarence Show, 17, 1905 Farwell
av., arrested for turning in false
Michael Tulkewicz, 3428 S. Hal
sted, being held by police In connec
tion with death of 7 months old