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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 01, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Sherman with suicide note in cloth
ing. Denied attempt at self-destruction.
John Benetick, 629 Washington
blvd., held as suspect, broke nose of
cell partner, Albert Gleason. Booked
for assault.
Body of man run over by I. C. train
at 34th st. found by T. J. Cullen. Po
lice suspect murder.
John McLaughlin, 516 Rush st.,
and 7 others arrested in raid. Watch
es and silverware recovered. ' Police
await identification.
Alfred Kreider, "bad boy of Wood
lawn," arrested with grip full of
stolen meat.
Joseph Gotsis, 661 W. 14th st.,
broke hip of landlady, Mrs. Anna
Sherman, while acting out movie he
had seen.
Abe Frank, manager of Rector's,
resigned. Bought hotel in South
Bend, Ind.
Hamilton ParK Improvement ass'n
to hold mass meeting in Parker
school. To petition for more police.
"World growing better." Dr. A. J.
Mclvor-Tyndall. Knocked "Billy"
Sunday for pessimism.
Hundreds of Chicago society peo
ple journey to Cary to see ski tour
ney. Man giving name Harrison E. Mar
tin arrested with woman and her
child at 413 SL James pi. Eloped,
police say.
Grace Reformed church, only one
of creed in city, dedicated new build
ing at W. Jackson blvd. .and S. Wash
tenaw av.
Mrs. Polly Bucko, 23, at Wesley
Memorial hospital for appendicitis
operation, jumped from window six
floors to sidewalk. Dead.
State lifted embargo on raw milk
from "foot and mouth disease" dis
tricts. 'Allows shipment only to
dairies with pasteurization plants.
Rev. Herman Page, consecrated
bishop of Spokane, left last night for
Oregon.
Joseph Rutler, 4854 Wentworth
ar, arrested when Theresa Novo-
gratz, 22, same address, complained'
of beating.
Edward T. Higgs, arrested on child
abandonment charge. Wife, Nellie
Higgs, acquitted on murder of Wm.
Willis, I. C. conductor.
Mrs. Elizabeth Lackey, 69, 4418
Lowell av., overcome by smoke while
trying to put out fire in home. May
not recover.
John Derrig, 70, 832 Bishop st.,
dead from fall to icy sidewalk. Ten
others injured.
O O :
THE LATEST FORD YARN
tiarrySenbzoi
Harry Benham, the "Handsome
Harry" of the movie world, recently
won a Ford runabout in a popularity
contest. In a facetious mood he tel
egraphed to send the car by parcel
post and the senders acted on the in
structions. Benham is going to form a stock
company to pay the charges and re
lease the machine from the New Ro
chelle postoffice.
Then all he has to do is to put the
1,000,001 parts to gether and
Ziyp! Away she goes! .

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