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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 29, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
"M. A. Bradley." 500-foot . lake
f freighter, sunk by rock in Calumet
river with 285,000 bushels of corn
aboard. To be raised.
Prof. JamesH.-Xufts, U. of C.f says
municipal courts are modern im
provement. "Advance toward ideal."
Chicago & Western Indiana R. R.
given right to extend tracks of Dear
born station for five years in measure
sent to council by railway terminal
body.
New beach at 63d and lake in Jack
son park approved of by council com
mittee on harbors, wharves and
bridges.
John O'Connell and Andrew O'Con
nell, officers of Artesian Stone Works,
to be arrested for obstructing north
branch of river. Refused to move
barge which sank near plant.
Robert Rytelewski, 2, 2341 S.
Whipple, fell into tub of hot water
Christmas day. Dead.
Isabelle Garnecky, 7, 2313 W. 18th,
played with Christmas tree Monday.
Candles lighted dress. May live.
Changes-nn adult probation law to
be asked by Chicago Civic Federa
tion at next session of legislature.
Angered at failure to recover debt
from Joe Lemich, 8551 Green Bay
av., Nick and .Matthew Stimas, In
diana Harbor, started fight. Pined
$10.
Fire started in coal yard of Bishop
Hamlin Coal Co., 61st and State.
Firemen warned not to use water on
fire. Water damage greater than
blaze.
Over 300 Jews in neighborhood of
Stanford Park, Union and 14th,
contributed to keep up soup kitchen
for those who are out of work.
Mrs. A. F. Sherwood, 903 Edge
comb pi., complained of women
pickpockets on "L" train at Madi
son and Wabash av. Lost $60.
Seven west side women arrested
for buying turkeys stolen from Alton J
freight cars. Men caught confessed
theft. Named women. I
Leopold Rosenblum and Zebic
Hprwitz sought by police. Com
plaint that they collected cash for
German - Austro - Hungarian relief
fund and turned in nothing.
V. E. Kaminski, 4420 Dover, beaten
and robbed Christmas eve, identified
plumbers in saloon at 420 N. Clark as
assailants. Called police,.
William Olson, 6637 N. Clark, fined
$5 for keeping truck in track of Went-worth-Devon
car, obstructing traffic.
Coroner's jury in case of Paul
Crowe, mail man, killed when train
hit wagon at 115th and C. & E. I. R.
R., declared crossing unprotected.
Frank Driscoll found in hallway at
3501 S. Halsted with fractured skull.
Taken to hospital. Can't talk.
John Torpey, 5920 S. Ada, and
Hiram Penning, 6219 S. Honore, ar
rested for throwing snowballs at po
licemen guarding skaters in Ogden
park.
Benjamin Thompson, 576 N. Ada,
watchman in building at Ada and
Ohio, beaten by men surprised while
stealing lumber. Men escaped.
Thomas V. Salt, 418 Church st., re
ported loss of $212 in jewelry and sil
verware from home. Family on va
cation since Dec. 1
Charles M. Landin, 81, 4122 N. Key
stone av., tried to cook dinner. Turn
ed on two burners of gas stove.' Light
ed but one. Dead.
Anna Parti, sister of slain Joseph
Patti, shot in "Little Italy" gun bat
tle when two others were hurt, blarn
ed Charles Catteroni as slayer.
Six men brought up before munici
pal judges by First Deputy Schuet
tler's flying squad got large fines.
John J. Hickey, 20, 1842 Wolfram
st., apprentice at Great Lakes naval
training station,- fined for" flirting,
mav be discharged from service.
Women's Democratic organization
of 2d ward advertising to get fit can
didate for iob as alderman
Antone Mashcek, 13218 Houstoiv
ay., arrested for throwing brick.
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