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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 30, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
McGregor's restaurant, 64 W. Ran
dolph, held up for fifth time in year;
$2 in pennies and $75 in cigars.
t K. Gerarkio,3818 S. Honore, shot
in leg. Was being held up when po
liceman appeared. Three men ar
rested after revolver battle.
Joseph Marlignus, butcher, 4600 S.
5th av., robbed "of $17 and butcher
knife by two negro holdup men.
Four youths fleeing in stoleh auto
from pair of motorcycle policemen,
ran car into fence. Escaped.
Robert McMullin. 834 W. 51st pi.,
arested in act of robbing saloon of
Dan Garvey, 1200 W. 51st, by Lieut
v McGeean, and Sergt Dillon of Stock
Yards station.
Pocket knife, fountain pen and 75
cents taken from W. Basche, 2451 Al
bany av.
E. L. Mack, 1844 W. Monroe, rob
bed of $6 by 2 men.
Ed. Nordina, saloonkeeper, 2458 La
Salle, robbed of $45 by 2 men.
Arthur Reich demanded Bartender
William Eicholz in saloon at 1747 N.
Wood buy round of drinks. Started
for door saying he was going to shoot
somebody. Shot in chest by Eicholz.
Hazel Ryan, 1755 E. 72nd, bruised
when struck by auto while boarding
car.
Fifteen chaperons named for first
municipal dance.
Seven persons bruised when two
autos collided at Sheridan road and
Lawrence av.
Mrs. Arnold Ehriich, wife of attor
ney, who took poison in attempt to
end life, getting better.
Archbishop Blenk on way back to
New Orleans. Was sick in St. Luke's
hospital. At one time thought he
was going to die.
Relatives of Eunice Goodrich liv
ing in Indianapolis asked Chicago po
lice to search for her. Charles Mc
Kenna then told he had found and
married her UDon her arrival.
$40,000 Methodist church opened
at Harvey, HI ,
Mamie Hinzman, 18, 1831 North
Park av., caused arrest of T. Deluca,
475 W. Division. Said he tried to flirt
with her on Northwestern "L" train.
Announced that gum, theater tick
ets and Pullman berths will cost same
in spite of w.ar tax.
Designers submitted pictures of
Illinois flag to Ass'n of Commerce. To
be used on state birthday, Dec. 3.
Gilbert Bliss, prof, in mathematics
at Chicago "TJ," found baby under
porch of home, 1120 E. 49th. Maid
confessed to being mother. Told po
lice father had gone to Europe to
fight
Joseph Zimmer, carpenter, 502 W.
Adams, on way back to Austria to
join army. Recently heard father,
mother, brother and sister were
killed.
Newspapers informed of German
secret wireless station located at 40th
and Prairie. Reporters investigate
and find amateur station owned by
Swede.
Raymond Tilholm, 17, 6741 La
fayette av., arrested for trying to
push auto of Dr. Fred Van Arsdale
from front of home, 6359 S. Peoria.
2 companions escaped.
John En right, 623 W. 63d, caught
with stolen motorcycle. Booked for
larceny.
Four men arrested for dragging
dummy behind auto through streets
of South Chicago, horrifying pedes
trians. R. A. Kettle, formerly mgr, Chi
cago office of Waltham Watch Co.,
escaped from sanitarium. Came
downtown and tried to buy Buck &
Raynor's drug store. Overwork.
Many people of Montemorelos,
Mex., dying for want of medicine,
according to Dr. S. P. Look in letter
sent to relatives here.
Mike Mallory, old-time Chicago
gambler, dead in home at 817 Wind
sor av.
After his speech at Auditorium
theater yesterday woman attempted
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