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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 23, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Antonia Sousa, Oak Park, asked
police to search for wife. Came to
Chicago. Disappeared.
Evanston inaugurated campaign
against bright auto lights. 27 au
toists warned.
Mrs. Frieda Krast, 3310 Montrose
av., died in St. Elizabeth's hospital.
Cause unknown
Two chickens taken from coop of
Angeles Schmidt, 1118 Fullerton av,
according to policp.
Oscar Betting, druggist, 301 S.
Halsted, arrested, charged with sell
ing cocaine.
Louis Meyer, 1349 Ashland av.,
shot by cop. Claimed he tried to get
away with horse blankets stolen
from stable. -
William Wade, 5825 Washington
blvd., failed to return home after
work. Police searching.
Saloon of Peter Hanson, 1101 W.
Erie, robbed by 2 men. $17.
John Blackman, 1010 W. Lake,
dead in bed Gas. Cause unknown.
Body of Henry Hezel, 5641 S.
Green, taken from Desplaines river
Saturday. Police suspect murder.
Harry Sides, conductor Ogden av.
car, held up by two bandits. $25.
National Civil Service Reform
League to hold anual convention in
Chicago first time in 20 years, Dec. 3.
Elimination of hoof and mouth dis
ease in Illinois within week predicted
by Dr. O. E. Ryan, state veterinarian.
John Burns, 303 Aberdeen, hit by
auto at Monroe and Halsted. Driver
escaped.
6 hurt when auto, said to be that
of Maurice Enright, hit tree at 7th
and Yates av. None seriously.
Ben McK.ee of University Club
pinched for refusing to pay taxi bill.
Disorderly conduct charged.
Walter Tofel, 11, Grand Rapids,
wanted on charge of theft of $75,
caught in loop. To be returned
home.
Body of Henry Koehler, 5047 Erie,
found in vacant building at 740 S.
Alex Andrews, wanted in New York
for wife abandonment, held at de
tective bureau.
Two men threw Jmck through
window of Central Camera Store, 124
S. Wabash av. Nothing taken.
Roy George, cook, overcome by gas
in Crown Hotel, 163 N. La Salle. Re
vived. Toney Uskivitch, 48, 4938 S. Ra
cine av., lost 14 chickens to thieves
Saturday night.
Frank Romana, 152 W. 22d, shot by
Nick Bertucci, bartender, in saloon at
1900 Federal. Bertucci escaped.
John Callahus, conductor on Van
Buren st. car, lost $10.50 to holdup
men.
Robert Hughes, principal of Net
tlehorst school, Broadway and Aldine
av., to investigate report that pupils
are selling stock in "fuelless engine"
company.
Agnes Daley, 16, 4236 St. Lawrence
av., picked as most beautiful Irish
colleen in Chicago.
John Blackman, 1010 W. Lake,
found dead in bed Gas. Thought ac
cidental Mrs. Mary Hibbs, 2430 Fillmore,
died sitting in chair. Heart 'trouble.
Hook and ladder truck on way to
fire ran amuck at Clark and Austin
av. Auto wrecked. None hurt.
Police looking for Denento Duluca,
526 De Koven, who stabbed 2 men.
Quarrel over girl.
John Dippel, 5140 S. Hermitage
av., fell from ladder painting house
at 5924 South Park av. Dead.
Man struck woman in face, caus
ing her to fall through window of
Hotel .Mayer buffet. Escaped.
Woman not seriously injured.
Home of Steven Valusk, 727 W.
14th, entered by burglars. Were beat
en up by Valusk and 3 boarders.
All arrested.
Wm. McWeeny, 1254 W. Jackson
blvd., ticket agent at Oak station
Nprthwestern "L," robbed by 2
youths bf"$18.
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