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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Called for army service in Russia. To
go rather than be called coward.
Frank Cucia, 876 Townsend, whose
house was dynamited Jan. 14 by
Black Hand, received another letter.
Police guarding house day and night.
Students of industrial organization
in U. of C. visited Vassar Swiss un
dearwear plant.
Paul Blick, butcher, 60 W. 31st,
robbed by 5 men of $60.
Norman Huxley, motion picture
operator, and Charles Raggio, horse
shoer, arrested. Identified as robbers
working in Englewood territory.
Hyde Park police received "fake"
telephone call that man had suicided
in Washington park by swallowing
poison.
Jacob Wertz, 8934 S. Halsted,
killed by Rock Island train at 83d st.
Hugh Smith, former minister, dis
charged on con game charge by
judge. Invested woman's money in
land company which failed.
Dr. M. Meinherdt held under capias
for failing to pay judgment of $383
entered against him last November.
Brita Matson paid him that sum.
wnue ne was attending her.
John Hageman, 2940 Racine av.
granted divorce when he testified
that he had not spoken to his wife
for 2 years.
Walter Kirkpatrick cited to appear
before court to show reason why he
should be cited for contempt. Wife
says he has failed to pay her $1,500
temporary alimony.
Mary Donnelly, 15 months, died at
County hospital. Mother lacked
money to call doctor. Neighbors
had child taken to hospital. Too late.
Seven rooms of Raleigh hotel, 648
N. Dearborn St., looted by burglars.
Loot worth $200 taken.
Eugene Brieux, noted French dra
matist, en route to fair with wife,
dined and feted by Chicago admirers.
Residents near Sheridan rd. pro
testagainst erection of billboards at
Aldine av and Sheridan rd.
Citizenship classes to open in Bur-
ley, Phillips and Lawson schools to-1
night. IS concise lessons and you
know how to become a citizen.
Judge Kohlsaat said that unless
Oak Park "L" could show that Mar
ket st. stub relieved congestion and
served a needful purpose it must be
removed.
Involuntary petition in bankruptcy
filed against Pox River Distilling Co.
Creditors set liabilities at $250,000
and assets at $20,000.
J. M. Judd, 948 La Salle, stopped
by 4 men who said they were detec
tives. Was running home with bot
tle of milk. Released.
10Oth anniversary of state's ad
mission to union to be celebrated by
erection of monument in Logan
square.
Jacob Abraham owns Molly, horse
with wooden leg. Abraham placed a
pail of frozen water on bonfire to
thaw. Molly attempted to get a
drink. Wooden leg burned off.
Guy Guernsey, recipient of "poison
pen" letters, to drop matter. Postal
authorities continue to investigate.
Coroner probing death of Mary
S,chorr, 3525 N. Irving av. Dr. Wil
helm Loeser, called In to operate, re
fused after examination.
Robert McGill fitted self with pair
of shoes in store of Toney Barrel,
3849 Lincoln av. Tried to run away
in them. Arrested.
Safeblowers wrecked store of Sam
Antonow, druggist, 1379 Blue Island
av. Got 98 cents in stamps.
Children's ward, County hospital,
under quarantine for more than
week. Several contagious diseases
found among patients.
Father Lanslots, St. Joseph's Cath
olic church, robbed of $150 by pick
pockets. o o
JOYCE, SOLDIER-POET, DEAD
Washington, Jan. 19. CoL John A.
Joyce, soldier-poet, who penned
"Laugh and the World Laughs With
You; Weep and You Weep Alone," is
dead here. He was author of a num
ber of books and poems, but the best
is that quoted above,
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