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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 26, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Marion, 0., complained of lost suit
Edward Pike, 5156 Union av., yard
master for Erie, ill at work, dead.
MichaeP Koska, Robertson, Ind.,
car inspector B. & O. R. R., broke leg
in fall at 103d st.
Owen Sullivan, 445 W. 63d, found
buried in snowdrift at 63d and Lowe.
Thomas, Preston, 4741 S. Wabash
av., shot three times, after argument
with Spencer Graves, 5365 Grove av.
Graves gave self up to police.
James Poliard, 46 W. 26th place,
found dead in barn at that address.
James Samuels, 5318 Federal, ne
gro coal wagon driver, arrested. An
nie Schumacher, 5266 S. State, says
he tried to hug her while delivering
Martin Eslinger, farmer, Lansing,
DL, lost two gold watches and small
change to holdup men as Canal and
Frank Cunningham, 4351 Went
worth av., slipped and fell at 64th and
Morgan. Head cut.
Christ Larsen, 2735 S. 58th ct., in
stantly killed by Burlington train.
Charles Barry, 628 W. Madison,
stabbed by unidentified man while
on stairway of home. ,Not seriously
Mrs. Mary Driscoll, 3237 Parnell
av., found dead in home. Coal gas
Anthony Silke, 2518 Ward,. shot in
leg by Mrs. Martha Mieschke, sa
loonkeeper at 2534 Southport av.
Mrs Mieschke arrested.
Joseph Kehofe, 72, 70 E.WaIton"pl.,
found in alley with hands and feet
frozen. County hospital.
' Albert Cross, 2028 W. Walton,
found dead in bathroom, of home.
William E. Carroll, 3427 W. Adams,
former president of Chicago Hojpe
shoers' union, dead. Hit by cai
Hugo Kane, 1415 W. Lake, hacked
pn head and shoulder with hatchet
John JBass, 1402- S. Racine av., ar
rested. Michael Fox, 643 W. Madison,
broke ankle dancing in saloon at
Mrs. Louise Anderson, 2308 Lin
coln, found overcome by gas. Re
vived. Henry C. Faber, 4209 N. Harding
av., found unconscious on Ashland
av. car, dead. Heart disease.
St Johns Cathoiic church, which
has stood at 18th and Clark since
1859, to have homecoming. Mem
bers of 20 years ago to attend.
Isador Weimer, 1309 N. Artesian
av., held up in store at 2321 Potomac
av. Lost $20, overcoat and box of
Michael Curry, Eureka hotel, State
and Polk, shot in abdomen by Harry
Payne, 1115 S. Wabash av., in sa
loon at 1101 S. State. Payne arrested.
Carl Linn, 507 S. Sangamon, jdead
in gas-filled room. No motive known
for suicide. '
Safeblowers eot $120 in store of
J-Louis Burfield. 1420 S. Halsted.
Mrs. Anna McKay. 2832 Wilcox av.,
dead in bed. Heart disease.
HE WAS WISE
"Go wan! They ain't no Santy Claus!
I know they ain't," said Johnny,
He got burnt up last year, by gee!
At pur First Baptist Christmas tree."
MRS. RAYMOND TO.TALK
Mrs. Josephine Raymond, lecturer
at the Northwestern "U," to talk be
fore the Sunday Morning Club at" the
Oak Theater, Western "and Armitage
av., 11 a. m., toihorrow.
c o "
For everv man" killed in battle one
ton of cannon balls is required. Al
though this is an old theory of the
days. of flintlocks an'd muzzle load
ers, it is a known fact today,:
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