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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 25, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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Almost quarter of block destroyed
by $150,000 fire at Van Buren and
Wabash. Von Lengerke & Antione,
sporting goods, lost $75,000, Cause
Albert Pelinski and Charles Ber
enek, shot in saloon of Ed Berney,
2943 Lyman. John O'Gara, 2945 Ly
man, gave self up.
Thomas Bernard, Mendota, III., re
ported loss of $180 said taken by two
girl "friends." Police searched him
and found money in pocket.
Dr. Feigel of Syracuse, N. Y., found
dead from poison in Fort Dearborn
hoteL No purpose known.
James Crompton and family given
food and shelter by police of Hege
wisch when their home at 117th and
Muskegon av. burned.
Mrs. Maud Day, 727 E. 50th st,
took poison ten days ago. ' Dead.
Abe Cohen, 1718 W. 12th, defied
pair of holdup men who entered his
store. Slashed face with razor and
took $5 from cash register.
Albert Whiting, 37, of Toledo,
found at Laflin and Bermuda sts..
with head lacerated. Manner un
Amalgamated Clothing Workers of
America to hold open meeting at
Netherwood Kail, Marshfield and Tay
lor, Tuesday, 8 p. m.
Mrs. Maude Wetzel, 3655 Indiana
av., tried suicide with poison. De
spondent over separation from hus
band. Edward Spring, 72, civil war vet
eran fell dead in doorway of home,
1919 Warren av.
Two armed men held up Coldie
Rapaport, 1403 W. -Randolph, and
took her purse and $3.
Mrs. Mary Slaughter, colored, 4738
Federal, gave "possum" dinner which
ended in fight. Two guests in hos
pital, 6 arrested.
Two pickpockets got away with
with purse and'?"D of Col. Wm. Ray.
neAvspai e.'man, on Broadway car ai
Madison and Dearborn.
THE DA CONCERNING CHICAGO
Col. Coethals left for Washington
after two days in Chicago. Made five
addresses before clubs.
Marie Carroll, 17, 642 W. 49th.
missing. Police searching.
E. W. Dickerson, 6446 Kimbark
av., held up by two men at 25th and
Quarry av. Struck one in face.
Florence Van Husven, 208 E. 103d,
missing. Police asked to search.
Harry Brooks, egro, 2339 S. Mich
igan av., arrested as man who took
satchel from Mrs. J, H. Warren, 2419
S. Michigan av.
Minnie McCarthy, 3139 Lexington
St., robbed of pocketbook and $4 at
47th and Wentworth av.
Merritt Wilkerson, manager Bloom
Ington branch Cadillac Auto Co.,
brought to Chicago on wife desertion
Martin Clegg, 1218 Augusta, lost
pocketbook with, $33 to two dips on
crowded Ashland av. car,
Arthur Garlach, 1625 Girard, beat
en and robbed of $6 by two men,
who chased him into vacant lot.
Elmer Rosedale, 2, 3036 N. Albany
av.. dead. Turned pot of coffee on
self while playing.
Truck carrying huge iron girder
for Northwestern "U" building skid
ded at Hlnman av. and Sheridan road.
Knocked down telephone pole.
"Smallpox scare" averted at North
western "U," when doctors declared
that Hazel Crabill had only chicken
Mae Wood, 3235 Broadway, lost
handbag and $65 to man on Broad
way av. car.
Sam Bernacci, peddler, 1006 Sedg
wick, bitten by dog of Mrs. Mary
Gintell, 1133 Townsend.
Black powder bomb exploded in
front of home of Michael Ballagala,
827 Gilpin pi. Small damage. Police
blame "black hand."
Mary Kleimes, 19, housemaid of
Sam Balkan, 1147 Independent blvd.
said to have wrapped new-born baby