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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Nicholas Corrippo, 733 Forquer,
robbed of $71 by pickpockets.
Fred Kaczmarek, 2855 Dawson,
when up in Court of Domestic Rela
tions for intoxication, said that
whenever his wife wished-Jiim any
bad luck, wishes came true. Proba
tioned. Chicago Belgians expect to send
4,000 tons of food to their country
as Christmas gift.
Charles Loffler, 3044 S. Keeler av.,
missing since Wednesday, when he
was paid. Foul play feared.
John Croys, janitor, 5130 Calumet
av., arrested last night, charged with
annoying women near 55th and Nor
mal av.
Well-dressed man about 70 found
dead in room at 5860 S. State.
Otto Runde, 2053 Rice, caught
passing N. G. checks on northwest
side. Many merchants victims.
Verdict of suicide over body of
Emil Michaels, 2717 Frances pi., who
left money to friends. Had cancer.
Miss Blooma Price, 508 Center,
struck by auto driven by Harold
Guldstrand, 18, 4350 Broadway. Lat
ter arrested
Mrs. Rosa Essa, 705 N. Carpenter,
had mother, Mrs. Katarzynas Jos
zozyska, arrested for stealing sweat
er coat and bracelet. Case continued.
Mrs, Mary Kozicki, 1634 W. 18th,
under indictment for murder, asks
early trial. Claims self defense.
William Wright, 6652 Glenwood
av., and John Rogers, 6719 Sheridan
rd., in court for custody of bulldog.
Case up today.
Burglar ransacked home of Edward
Bpplinger, 5711 Indiana av. Loot
worth $2,100 taken. Pet parrot gag
ged with towel after loud protest.
Nicholas Viverto, 18, 826 Cam
bridge av., robbed by 4 men of $1,348,
consuiuung payruu oi neutral scien
tific Co., 410 Orleans.
Horticultural Society of Chicago
holding chrysanthemum show in Art
Institute.
Grease caught fire in kitchen Sara
toga Hotel. Damage $100.
Appellate Court reversed $250
judgment against Rudolph Svenson,
tailor. Fur knife in lining of Martha
Miller's coat. She was cut on leg.
Fifty-three 2d class detective ser
geants appointed from list of 705
who passed exam.
James Franche, "Duffy the Goat,"
to be placed on trial Wednesday for
murder of Isaac Henagow in Roy
Jones' cafe.
Mrs. Van Bergen suing for divorce.
Husband threatened to break every
bone in her body.
Samuel Insull, receiver for Oak
Park "L," given 15 days to answer
petition of city asking removal of
Market st. stub.
Arguments as to legality of $3,000,
000 dividend scrip issued by Rose
hill Cemetery Co. In court today.
Joseph Kendall suing Chicago
Railways Co. and Oak Park "L" for
$10,000'. Says wife's nerves affected
by crash.
Carl Meyer suing Mrs. Henri De
Jonghe for $10,000. Reason un
known. Orlando Robinson, accused of
swindling church members by organ
izing match vending machine com
pany, freed. Suing accusers for
$100,000.
Stephen Day suing Chicago Ath
letic Club for $50,000. Pinched for
stealing overcoat and found not
guilty.
George Langford, 6213 Greenwood
av., held on charge of forging
checks amounting to $200.
Eight crapshooters fined $1 each
by judge. Caught in basement at
5659 Prairie av.
Mary Kazulis, 2968 Archer av., got
40 days in jail for breakmg probation.
Aniella Caliendo, 8, struck and
killed by auto truck in front of home
728 MillSr. W. C. Miller, Forest Park,
driver, held.
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