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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 01, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Lulu Mariner, 30, fined $100. Car
John Hickey and Walter Baker to
grand jury. Burglary charge; $5,000
bonds each. -
Oliver Tanrath fined $200. Wife
Chas. A. Edwards and Edw. Camp
bell to grand jury. $2,000 bonds.
Mrs. Frederick Winston, 150 E.
Superior St., hurt by 8-foot fall into
elevator shaft of home. Will recover.
Lewis Delco, in dance at 746 S.
Halsted, unable to get partner
danced with chair. Fell, cutting
Samuel Maltz, jeweler, 3745 W.
Chicago av., arrested in alleged at
tempt to pass box of uncut diamonds
rom African boat at New York.
Paul Schaefer, 634 W. 35th St.,
conductor, hit by car while fixing
Lewis Los, shot Jan. 21 in alleged
attempt to rob shoe store of Frank
Powyenski, 1713 W. Chicago av.,
Burglar interrupted in store of
William Lambrecht, jeweler, 1666
Milwaukee av., jumped through win
dow. Escaped with $150 watches.
Ex-Senator Lorimer, indicted for
La Salle St. Bank crash, to ask post
ponement of trial, up today.
John Dako, 9343 Lyons av., dead
from bullet wound self-inflicted. No
Three men with records held at
detective bureau as south side holdup
men. Attempt identification today.
Tavel Orr, 17, 3504 S. State st., and
Walcott Johnson, 2902 S. State, ar
rested after alleged attempt at hold
up. Snow plow on I. C. suburban train
tore off part of 22nd st. station.
Harry Goldberg, bartender at 12th
and Sangamon sts., shot in back
while trying to stop holdup men,
Reuben Anderson, 1360 Belmont
av.. tried to open window. Fell two
floors. Fractured skull.
Paul Keehnist, 2432 N. Ashland av.,
dropped dead in bathroom. Heart
William Meskowitch. 690 N. San
gamon, and two others, accused of
$500 burglary, arrested. Confessed,
according to police.
Anna McMahon and two couples
arrested in raid on alleged dive at 405
N. Robey st.
Mollie Somner and Gustave Sen
dor, 2519 W. Division st., arrested.
Sendor, married, eloped with girl, al
leged. Carlo Sangeiogi, 2509 Wilcox av.,
told police he received two "black
hand" letters demanding $500.
Charles Frey, printer, 207 W. Oak
St., found dead from gas. Small
burner in room leaking."
Henry Ruckdeschel, 709 Black
hawk, shot under left arm in holdup
attempt by two men at Blackhawk
anfl Frontier av.
Two families routed into rain when
fire started in clothing store of Irv
ing Levin, 3219 N. Clark. Loss
Police of Sheffield av. station seek
ing man who is accused of enticing
young girl into hallway at Clark and
Dr. Arthur Gravatt brought here
when released from jail in St. Louis
to answer charge of wife abandon
ment. Eloped, wife declares.
Joseph Plotke, 1063 Armitage av.,
robbed by 3 young men. Lost $18.
Plotke, who is jail cook, hopes to feed
Evanston "L" train caught fire at
58th st. Flames extinguished after
power was shut off". Little excite
ment. E. Fieldcamp found dead in bath
room at Northland Hotel, 34T N.
Clark st. Heart disease.
Charles H. Rounds, real estate
man, found unconscious near Hotel