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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 15, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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to be opened at .Jackson blvd. and
Sangamon tonight. "Flops'' crowd
ed last night.
Municipal Christmas-tree commit
tee decided not to have tree. Said
money expended will be used to aid
suffering.
King Joy Lo Co., 57 W. Randolph,
filed suit for injunction against the
city to restrain police from forcing
restaurant to close at 1 o'clock. Li
quor no.sold after 1 o'clock.
Oza Waldrop, member of Pair of
Sixes Co., married to Edgar McGre
gor, theatrical producer.
Preliminary hearing in federal dis
solution suit against the Corn Prod
ucts Refining Co. as alleged "sugar
trust" adjourned for holidays.
Directors of Shoe & Leather Ass'n
of Chicago elected at dinner in Hotel
Sherman.
Vin'cent Vogel, believed to be Ger
man army reservist, told police he
was robbed of $20 by man in saloon.
Suspect captured. Vogel on way, to
Switzerland.
Martin Karvin, 2713 W. 15th, tried
to thaw put pipes with gasoline torch.
Pipes burst. Karvin dropped torch.
$60 damage caused by fire.
Peter Nofziger, Goodland, Ind.,
asked policeman to cash check. Was
taken to station. Had spent money
in saloons. Came here to see wife in
hospital.
Mrs. Anna Bollongino, 640 W.
Grand av., asked police to again
search for daughter who disappeared
on Oct 17. Wants ctiild back as
Christmas gift.
Dr. T. M. Leahy, ambulance physi
cianof Desplaines st. station, bitten
In army by Irene Nellis-when he ea
"tered cell to treat another prisoner.
Leslie Carter, 3459 Walnut, died of
natural causes, according to coro
ner's physician. t Died Friday after
eating fish.
' Anton Savnik, 2016 W. 22d, broke
leg. Fell on icy sidewalk.
Police investigating fire which
caused $800 damage in cloak store of
Isadore Eisen, 1113 S. Halsted.'Eisen i
said burglars broke into -store and
started fire.
Coroner and police investigating
death of Adam Zalewski, 623 W. 13th,
janitor, whose body was found in
vacant shirtwaist factory at 1216 S.
Jefferson.
Thomas Dunn, 156 S. Peoria, slip
ped in front of home. Broke leg.
Mrs. Lena Brertner, 1427 S. Loomis,
robbed of purse containing 60 cents.
Andrew Cillon, 307 S. Clark, broke
right hip. Slipped on curb.
Robert Benon, 800 S. Leavitt, rob
bed of watch, purse and 'overcoat by
2 men near home. Had paid $30 for
coat 2 hours before.
Combination of safe in tea store of
Albert Uber, 3037 Lincoln av., shat
tered by burglars; $33 and diamond
ring worth $50 taken.
Frederick Hackenberg, baker, yvho
kicked in plate glass window of bak
ery of Peter Dahleiden, 5151 Broad
way, held to grand jury for malicious
mischief.
Mrs. Ida Zebell, 1672 Bissel, told
police that 2 men held her up in
crowd on State and Washington sts
and took $8 from pocketbook.
Citizens of south end of 13th ward
protest moving of public library
branch to north end of ward. Claim
more people live in southern district.
George Ritchie, foreman in auto
company, promised to pay wife -weekly
allowance and case was continued.
She had him arrested for flirting. He
is cross-eyed and denies accusation.
Wife followed him here from Phila
delphia. Frank Meleto, 7747 Greenwood av.,
arrested on charge of stealing pair
wooden stairs from building "in rear
of home. Paroled. ' '
Walter Benson, 3400 S. Wabash av.,
sentenced to 5 months in BridewelL
Stole clothes and stick pin of actor In
Apollo theater where he was stage
hand.
John O'tfara, 4043 Wallace and
WnV. Brougham, 1331 W. 15th, held
to grand jury on burglary charge.
Caught with pearl button taken from
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