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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 19, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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SO days. Charged with "stealing' chick
Edward Cohen, 444 E. 43'd, arrested
as keeper of gambling house. Fined
$25. Poker. -
"Help first, investigation after
ward," motto of Capt. Collins, South
Chicago, who established relief sta
tion in police station toi distribute
food and clothing to poor of district.
Mrs. -Cora Roberts lost $150 in
money and checks as she was board
ing State st. car last night.
Michael Flannagan, week on police
force, arrested "jackroller."
Mrs.yKatherine Ahearn, 4518 Cot
tage Grove, av., told Judge La Buy she
was a natural born detective. Study
ing to become a policewoman. Sent
to Detention hospital to be examined
Police asked to Search for Florence
Conger, 17, 6400 Dorchester av., who
disappeared Wednesday. .
Samuel Israelson, 126 W. Locust,
jewelry salesman, told police he was
robbed of $400 diamond ring and $2
near residence. . f
Coleman Everett, lawyer, and Wil
liam Keating, laundryman, arrested
on charge of con game.- Both refused
to discuss case. - x
Baby girl, wearing pinkr shawl,
found abandoned on sidewalk in
front of 3818 S. Wood. Taken, to
St Vincent's orphan asylum,
Mrs. Agnes Schaffner, 6344 Normal
blvd., died at Washington Park hos
pital from blood poisoning. Believed
brought on by illegal operation.
Lorado. Taft, Chicago sculptor,
spoke before employes of Chicago
Telephone Co. in art institute. Con
demns futurist and cubist art.
Mrs. Leonora Meder, head of city's
public welfare dep't, felt insulted
when man talked business with her
an hour with hat on. "Hats, off"
signs now up in office.
Board of election commissioners to
advertise to obtain clerks and judges
for Pebruary election.
Postmaster Campbell writing let:
ters jfo many employes asking them .
why they should not leave the service
"because of old age or infirmity. 2
men collapsed when they received
. Home of Tony Marino, 905 Sedg
wick, raided by police. Six men and
two women arrested. Detectives
found 5 revolvers and sawed-off
shotguns and large quantity of am
munition. Judge discharged defend
ants, saying they had right to keep
weapons in home.
' Louise Kerter, 3160 N. "Halsted,.
asks Gov. McGovern, Wisconsin, .to
allow .her to take her brother's place
in prison. Has 5 years to serve on
Albert Fleury, artist who sold
painting to city for $25, said artists
should selL works to city at cut rate
Abijah Jarman, 5427 University
av., sec'y in Hyde Park Y. M. C. A.,
arrested after making' row in Great
Northern theater. Fought over seat.
Lawrence Holt, negro, captured
lafter he had struck Mrs. Frank
simes, oiox vxraiiu uivu., uu xieau
with hammer when she refused to let
go of purse.
CounciLfjnance committee reduced
salary of treasurer from $12,000 to
$10,000. To abolish. $5,000 job of
commissioner of track elevation.
Further action on ordinance giv
ing B. & O." railroad right to build
coach yard on right of way not to be
taken up till next month.
' Police operators complain against
Sergt Dubach, South Chicago sta
tion, who always leaves window
open. Is fresh air fiend-
Gov. Dunne .asks kindly consider-,
ation of mayor in. petition by Ber
nard PraziL Bridewell gardener; for.
increase in pay. Now gets $1,200
year. Action deferred..
Harry Walsh and Hazef Ludlum
found dead in rooming house at 1801
W. Lake last night. Gas jet open.
Paul Brimie, 4700 Lemoyne av.,
filed suit for $5,000 against Mrs.
Anna Anderson, 1447 N. 53d ct Suit