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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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children in L. 0. O. M, home at
John Finsfield, 17, 2038 Waveland
av., caught by police in tree. Many
complained of "peeper" in neighbor
hood. Paul" Rautert, 3304 Fullertoh av.,
arrested in Morrison, Hi, for carrying
liquor into dry county, fled here.
William Thyroff, bartender, 1352
W. Lake, held up by 3 men. Resisted.
Shot in abdomen. May die.
Isidor Jamulski arersted for alleged
attempted theft of cash from till in
store of Wm. Gorenstein, 1008 W.
Thomas H. McNally, steamfftter,
and Joseph Kasper, 6427 Kimbark av.,
arrested for alleged thefts of radia
tors from unfinished buildings.
Edward Pavell, 1811 Church st,
Evanston, suicide. Poison. Despon
dent. Mrs. May Doolady, 6835 Wabash
av,. told police of Intruder whq beat,
robbed and set fire to house. Police
Flat, of Mrs. Margaret Lehmann,
924 Buena av., ransacked. Clothing
worth $700 taken.
Roswell Smith, "defective," con
iVicted of murder of Sadie Weinstein,
4, has 5 days to live.'
Joseph Siwy, contractor, W. Ham
mond, HL, held after death of wife.
Told police she had been beaten.
Dr. Rob't Good, dentist, formerly at
104 S. Michigan av., arrested in New
York when taking European boat.
R. A. Babcock, 6232 University av.,
and A. L. Soule.4650 Clarendon a.v.,
arrested because of Inability to pay
for dinner in Roma restaurant
' Raoul LeMat of New Y6rk cut ice
and 'took swim in lake. May die.
RIECK SIGNS WITH UNION
The Chicago, Cooks' and Pastry
Cooks' union announces that the
Rieck string of eight restaurants
have signed a union agreement and
thatiereafter in these restaurants no
cooks or waiters will w.brkmore? than
ten hours a.xlay or six days a week.
Union wages will be paid to all em
ployes. E. W, RiekC-thf head qf the
firm, wag formerly, aCmamber. "of the
Chicago Ft)od"Excban;ge. promoted
by the resjurant'ttusitbut has re
signed. " '. '
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WRITES ' MDVrES -AND v PLAYS
Ever since Ed,wm August -has been
a star in moUon-jjfcWes he 'has put
in his spare time- wHthfg scenarios
and playlets. At present he is mak
ing pictures for the'Kinetophote, but
he has other ambitions, principal
among which is that of' seeing Hol
brook Blinn in a playlet written by
Edwin August- t " t
Jim Watson has named 12 Repub
lican piepes of, 1916 presidential tim
ber, two or three of whom.-we know
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