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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 29, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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through boarding house window.
Complained to judge of too much
corned beef and cabbage. $10 and
costs.
Coroner's annual report shows that
5,591 deaths have been investigated
by men from his office; 4,153 in
quests held.
Unidentified man crawled into
empty moving van of William Hood,
6250 Michigan av. Frozen to death.
Body found by boys.
Reported in New York that Edward
N. Breitung of Chicago had purchas
ed liner to ship cotton to Germany.
Denied by him.
John Kotowski, bailiff in Judge Ja
recki's court, accused of drawing gun
in saloon fight' at 1502 W. Division,
says weapon was broken. Took it
from prisoner.
Lee Sing Dwo, Chinaman, 2215
Archer av., arrested in raid on home.
Three others escaped. Dwo charged
with making opium. $10,000 bonds.
Joseph Murphy, alleged burglar,
who made the mistake of entering
home of M. C. Meigs, 4035 Lake Park
av., former football player, got 6 mo.
in Bridewell and $10 and costs.
Harry Walsh, Dallas, Tex., stopped
in flight to Canada by federal men.
Wanted in Texas for Mann act viola
tion. Held in $5,000 bonds.
John L. Hughes sued for $5,000.
Henry Bleymenl charges attack that
broke legs on Aug. 18.
-'New cat on job at Maxwell st. sta
tion. Rats have been eating evidence
collected against criminals.
Circulars announcing sale of con
tents of wrecked ship "Rambling
Pavey" being sent around in Evans
ton. Police see possible fraud.
"We should help Jews in Pales
tine." Dr. S. Levin before conven
tion of Jewish women's clubs in Con
gress hotel.
Request of Aid. Cullerton before
health committee to repeal law com
pelling bakers to place, bread in case
turned down.
Four hurt by falls on icy sidewalks
Monday. Ellis Paul, police sergeant,
dislocated shoulder in tumble at Ar
mitage and Western avs.
Mrs. Mary Meyne, 1300 Nelson,
told police of kidnaping of son, Wil
liam, 3. Suspects estranged husband.
Mrs. Ida Moran, 1349 Berwyn av.,
saw intruder entering home. Drove
him away with poker. No loot taken.
Andrew Dallwig, harness maker,
3919 Milwaukee av., suicide. Gas.
Poor business.
Mrs. Mary McGookin, 673 W. 63d,
tried suicide. Despondent. Will re
cover. Flirting with girls on "L" trains
charged in cross bill for divorce of
Mrs. Alice Lewis against George
Lewis.
Unemployment given by coroner's
jury as cause of suicide of Grace
Walters, 16, 7134 Woodlawn av.
Turned on gas.
Dr. William Hermsen, 3534 Shef
field av., accosted by two robbers at
Seminary av. and Altgeld st Beat
them off.
Relatives of Mrs. Mary Shebielski,
103 years old will care for her. Old
woman need not go to poorhouse,
as reported.
Racing paddock of former Haw
thorne track to be used as sanita
rium for cattle with foot and mouth
disease.
"Old timers" to sell newspapers in
every important center in city. Many
prominent men to sell for charity.
Banks protest against federal de
ficiency tax of money used in banks.
Many complaints filed by bankers.
Second trial of Joseph Fish,
wealthy fire insurance adjuster,
charged with arson, put over "0 .
days.
Three men arrested after Alvin
Heitler lost $130 to holdup men in
offices of Best Laundry, 118 E. 43d
St., held to grand jury.
Mrs. Josephine Creighton suing
mother-in-law, Margaret Creighton,
for?25,000. Says she alienated hus
band's affections. .
R W RnYter Rnffaln HI., wrote to
1 Chief Gleason declaring' that George1
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