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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 22, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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tested on burglary charge as soon
as released.
Feet of Traffic Patronman C. T,
Murphy at Dearborn and Monroe,
frostbitten. Taken home.
Yesterday Mrs. Mildred Loebman,
4554 Hazel av., looked over goods
carried by Persian peddler. After he
left she missed $400 sealskin coat.
L. Calligara arrested on charge of
con game by Christ Sutich. Sutich
told court he had purchased 18 bar
rels of wine from Calligara and it
turned out to be vinegar.
"Karl Forsberg, 4346 Kenmore av.f
teaming contractor, robbed of jewelry
and money amounting to $545 last
night. Pound in dazed condition on
car.
Frank Lewis, fined $100 by judge
for being keeper of gambling house;
27 inmates discharged. Arrested in
raid on Southerly club, 1440 Carroll
av. ' 4
Alexander Hall fined $100 for car
rying concealed weapons. Said he
had been robbed and carried gun for
protection.
Otto Slater told judge he was lyingJ
"when he informed police he had been
robbed of $350 by men who sang "I
operatic selections in west side sa
loon. Fined $100.
Hyman Shuster found overcome
with gas in room at 1430 Edgemont
av., by friend. Our of work several
months. Condition' serious.
John Mikatum, Toledo, O., held to
grand jury on charge of burglary.
Caught in Bernhardt'B clothing store,
, 721 W. Madison, in search of hat
Trying on hats in front of mirror at
time. Said he was intoxicated.
O. L. Cotterell, Evanston, cut and
bruised when struck by Northwestern
"L" train. Deep snow prevented se
rious injury.
J. Katow, Japanese, arested by Ev
anston police as alleged forger. Al
leged to have forged nameof Edward
Hines, lumber merchant.
' Dr. A. T. Cramp fn address before
Woman's City club says manufactur
ers and agents for patent medicines
are protected by present law, full of
"jokers." Wants new one passed.
Mrs. Mary Wagner, 1721 Nelson,
met 2 young girls on shopping tour.
Invited them to home. They left with
her jewelry and clothing. Both under
arrest.
Dow Lewis, saloonkeeper, 114 N.
Dearborn, phoned police "Trilby"
Thompson, escaped convict and ban
dit, was in place. Not found.
Mrs. Charles Landberg, 7712 S.
Throop, allowed 3 young men to en- '
ter her home to get warm yesterday.
They attempted to attack her and she
screamed. They escaped.
Mrs. Sophie Dettling arrested by
Mrs. Mary Forster, 6213 Kolmar av.,
who said Mrs. Dettling lured son
away from home. Charles Forster,
son, has disappeared. Mrs. Dettling
denies knowing him
Mrs. Emerson Hubbard, 6501
Drexel blvd., to be examined for in
sanity. Mind believed to havebe
come unbalanced because of death of
grandsoji, who was killed by auto sev
eral weeks ago.
r Marguerite Foster and Alice Wal
ker went swimming among the ice
filled breakers off Wilson beach yes
terday.
Painters' Union, Local 194, holds
special meetingtonight at their hall,
Division and Ashland. Arthur Lewis
will speak on, "Why a Man Should Be
long to a Labor Organization."
Mrs. D. Dyk, West Harvey, III.,
granted a' divorce and custody of 10
children. Dyk charged with drunkenness.
THE QUESTION BOX
What kind of glue should I use
to make a yardstick? A. B. C.
Please tell me how to tighten a
hickory nut. F. M. F.
Why is it I cannot get any music
from a bandbox? Mrs. I. G.
Can you tell me why it is that a
fire breaks out at the start and goes
out at the finish? Helen M. t
How can I sharpen a nutmeg grat
er? Mrs. S.-
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