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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 04, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
John Comito, street cleaner, had
foot broken when struck by auto of
A. Huhlen, 3605 N. SacaYmento av.
Two safeblowers got $800 from
offices of EdingeR. & Speidel, Wil
mette. Sedgwick st car struck patrol wa
gon of Chicago av. station at Or
leans and Superior. Four cops and
Three hundred students at Chicago
"U" worked at polls. Many others
acted as watchers.
Members of 1st District III. State
Ass'n of Graduate Nurses sent greet
ing to 14 Chicago Red Cross nurses
now in Europe.
Joe Alvarez, 1407 E. 60th, prob
ably fatally injured. Motorcycle hit
by fire dep't truck.
Mrs. Fannie Wahle, 4328 W. Con
gress st, had -hip broken. Hit by
motorcycle of William Gye, 1338 S.
Traffic on Adams st. was tied up
last night Trucksd&f street car left
rails at west end oSplridge.
Padded brick, thief took jewelry
valued at $25 from window of store
of Karl Steev, S69 Wells.
James Kane, 110 E. Oak, put bullet
on car track. Arrested.
Amos Geiger, negro, 769 S. State,
knocked down young woman in
Grant Park last night Fought with
cops and citizens and danced in cell
till he fejl unconscious. Believed de
mented. More than 600 members Masonic
fraternity attended annual fall recep
tion in roof garden of Hotel La Salle
with wives and daughters.
John Cosgrove, real estate man,
badly bruised when run down by
horse at Washington and 5th av.
Horse became frightened.
Rudolph Minar, 1329 W. 29th, bad
ly bruised when strugk by auto of
Jean Shoop, 1048 N. St Louis av.
Miss Mary Figg, 1254 Sedgwick,
dead. Burned Oct 29. Clothing
caught fire at gas stove.
Body of Charles Nelson found sit
ting in chair at home, 910 Wash
ington blvd. Gas. Thought suicide;
Five second-class detective ser
geants and 22 patrolmen transferred
by Chief Gleason. No reasons given.
Auto of James McGrath, 3821 W.
Monroe, was left wrecked in La
Salle st tunnel last night. Three
young men who tried to drive car
through tunnel escaped.
Charles Sellers, Bloomington, III.,
former billposter, shot and wounded
in Commercial Hotel, Wabash av.
and Harrison. Serious. E. L.
Lynch, same address, being held by
Public library yesterday opened
department of music; 70 cards pre
sented and 85 volumes taken out
.Henry Rithus, 442 Sherman, met
al polisher, found unconscious from
gas. Revived. Believed accident.
Man, who says name is Henry
Behman, pinched for passing bad
checks. Conceals identity to protect
C. W. Mowen, Hazelcrest, III.,
died at St James Hospital from in
juries Teceived Saturday night when
struck by auto of John Willner,
Chicago Heights, in Harvey, III.
Young Sonjung, Chinaman, who,"
with brother, conducted laundry at
1017 E. 61st, dropped dead in rear
of laundry when seized with cough
Charles Schmidt fell from second
story window at 418 N. Lincoln.
Fire damaged four-story build
ing, 3765 Rhodes av., to extent of
$2000 last night; 8 colored fam
ilies driven out.
Ralph Wells, 3968 Langley av., ar
rested while trying to break into
Maryland Hotel, 752 Oakwood blvd.
Made too much noise.
Edward Marks, said by police to
be paroled convict and to have burg
larized home of Otto Zabel, 1525 Di-