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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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solved that immigration into U. S.
should be restricted by literacy tests"
subject.
Baked lamb stolen from wagon of
Peter Kabagwoc, 4938 Wentworth
av., while at 51st and Wentworth av.
Thomas J. Doherty and wife re
turned to home at 6417 Evans av. in
time to frighten burglars from house.
Lost nothing.
Chas. W. Shenk, self-styled presi
dent of Mid-West Sales Co., sent to
BrideweH for beating hotel bill. Held
to grand jury for "con" game.
W. A. Roggenskamp, 5747 S. Her
mitage av., overcome by exhaustion
while driving through Blue Island.
Cared for by police.
Woman embraced John "Blazes"
Coleman, arrested as alleged pick
pocket, while on his way to jail.
Search disclosed box of cocaine tab
lets on person.
Joseph Domico, 2426 Lowe av.,
stabbed several times by two men
who called at his home. Leo Anza
lomi, 1029 Townsend, also stabbed,
identified as assailant.
Elsie. Johnson, 414 E. 76th, held
up by man near home. Clung to
purse until beaten with club. Rob
ber broke nose and several teeth.
Lost purse with $10.
Mrs. Joseph Wice, 5340 Greenwood
av., held up by two men at 54th and
Greenwood. Had only 10 cents. Un
molested. Boyd Hayne, contractor of Goshen,
Ind., cut throat at 90th and L. S. &
M. C. tracks. Had quarreled with
wife.
Police Operator Henry Berkowski,
3233 S. Michigan av., bruised and cut
attempting to stop runaway horse
and wagon of Ideal Laundry Co.
David R. Forgan, president of Na
tional City Bank, and wife, Evanston,
shaken up when autos crashed in
Stookton drive. Lincoln park.
Will of late Fred Matters, 72, gives
almost all of $150,000 estate to Anna
Matters, 32-year-old wife.
Fielding L. Marshall, owner of
Sheridan, road apt's, trying to get in
junction before Judge Sullivan of su
perior court against janitor's picket
ing in a strike.
John and Knut Anderson of Swe
den left fortune in native land. May
be in Chicago. Police searching.
Suit for $50,000 filed against Jo
seph Schack of Schack Artificial
Flower Co., 1739 Milwaukee av., by
Kate Reinhardt Complaint un
known. "Another woman" named in di
vorce suit against Hugh Herman of
Herman-Fisher & Co., commission
merchants.
Simeon King, appointed commis
sioner of deeds by Pres. Lincoln, des
titute, may have to go to poorhouse.
Over $1,000,000 in "deficiency tax
es" colelcted in city since Dec. L
Sales of war tax stamps average
$20,000 daily.
Philip Hoffman, 2005 W. Polk, ar
rested. Joseph Fink, 1543 S. Saw
yer av., identified overcoat worn by
Hoffman as one taken by burglar.
"U. S. exported $28,000,000 worth
of autos last year." Perry Steven
pson, U. S. agent of commerce bureau.
Earl W. Griffen held to grand jury
for passing bad check for $1151. Said
cashed them for friend.
Policeman Patrick Burke, Warren
av station, 2017 W. Adams, found
dead. Heart disease, i
Nine injured by falls to icy side
walks Thursday. People asked to no
tify aldermen of ice-covered walks.
Over 100 members of Illinois
Women's ass'n attended "swapping
party" in Stevens bldg. Useless gifts
traded.
Home of Clara Stewart, 8 E. Elm,
broken into by porch climbers. Got
$1,000 in jewelry.
Chicago public library spending
more than income. Unless private
subscription is forthcoming branches '
must be closed.
Quarrel between Trustees Clark
and Dailey nearly ended in blows.
Separated by friends
Man giving name "Frank Boyer,
i 4315 Drexel blvd," arrested as pursa
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