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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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1 334 W. Monroe. Whlgcomb held for
inquest. k c -
Eight, people rescuedfrom burning
flat 'building at South Park av. and
24th st." by Detective Sergeants At
chison and Neilson, who turned in
alarm. Overheated furnace caused
fire. Damage $1,000.
"Arthur Schuettler, son of first
.deputy sup't of police, seriously ill
with typhoid fever.
Fred Bowles-found dead in hayloft
in rear of 4216 S. Ashland av.,"where
he had been sleeping by permission
of former employer.
Richard Curran, Jr., 4417 Drexel
blvd., held up by two men near home.
Robbers took most of clothing, $8
and gold watch.
Marie Turner, 116 E.- Superior,
robbed of handbag containing $12'by
J Donald Cleland, 6021 Kenmore ay.,
died of nose bleed.
Thomas Thomas, sought by -police
in connection with $700 jewel rob
bery, found with wife in St Louis.
To be brought back
Investigation into death of. Percy
Gould, caterer, 3400 Wallace, showed
he" died from skull fracture. 'Fell
twice on slippery sidewalk'.' I
Burial of Jacob Pocus, , supposed
killed by street car; delayed, by cor
oner, who received information that
Pocus was stabbed, to death and
thrown in frohtof street car. -
POSTOFFICE DID BIG BUSINESS
Washington, Dec. 28. Santa Claus
delivered 100,000,000 packages by
parcel post during the Christmas sea
son, 'according "to estimates at the
posto'fflce ' department "Department
officials estimated that as a result of
the .heavy 'Christmas business this
year "the total parcel post carriage for,
1914. will reach 800,00,0,000 packages.
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A few of the poor having been
handed Christmas baskets, we pre
sume their stomachs will'be full for
the coming year, their backs clothed
and'the- rent-paid. , . . -
POLISH - PRIMA . DONNA . AIDS
.New Yorjc-MmeMarcella Sem
brich, native pf Pqlandfis president
of. -the.' American-Polish: relief com
ftteejwlucji'is.collcting money and
clothes for war yi'ctims "inPoland.. .
The prima doifya" has already for
warded '$4,000 to "Warsaw, where jt
will be distributed'" to the? refugees
by PaSerewskf, Vfho'is-alsd a Pole.
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TROOpS'TC- LEAVE COLQRAD.O
Denver Colo.,1 ,Dec! 28. "With
drawal 'of 'federal'" troops "'from the
Colorado 'strike' zone' will begin im
mediately., ltf wfAbe gradual and
the civil authorities in "each district
'will be given ah opportunity to re
gain and maintaih'cOntrol of-the sit
uation." ". " '. " ' '
Gov. E. M. Ammons ma'de.this an
nouncement today ton His return from
Washington, .where -he .tand. Gov.
elect Carison'' conferred with .Presi
dent Wilspn ' regarding'' the' military
situation-In'thip state.. The,goyernor
said no definite dates for withdrawals
have been-fixed. ,The Routt" county
district will be evacuated first and
i the. Southern- Colorado; -district last'