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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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,NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
:iAlvi Ruesch, 19, arrested for smok
ingcigaret on streets of Zion City.
Jewelry and silverware valued at
$500 taken from home"bf-Fred Reed,
1528 Ardmore av.
eiHolice ambulance physician saved
Ulefsof baby of Anna Bokral, 15 S.
. Mflrgan. Born not breathing. Six
predecessors buried. -
Balky elevator trapped 15 visitors
igsQrand Pacific hotel.
-tT&ylor Anderson fined $50 for car
ryfoig suitcase full of liquor into'Ev
anstpn. -nbsMcNurney died, supposedly from
heart disease, in Chicago av. station.
Charles Seinor, negro, held to
gjwejl jury for robbery committed on
njgpt of his release from Bridewell.
(Unidentified man killed by State st.
cagiftt 12th.
ffF&eodore Duggan, 7, run over by
buggyi Playing near school. In hos
pital. Unidentified man found dead in hut
at Homan av. and 135th. Exposure.
Grand blvd. station of South Side
"L" robbed; $2.
ojtlpseph Phillips, 4809 Forrestville
awurobbed; $50.
4-grank Janda, arrested on charge of
stealing paper bags from warehouse
atri.12 W. Kinzie. Former employe.
Had duplicate keys
Robert Blair, owner of saloon op
posite Chicago av police station,
fined $50. Gamblings resort,
Vftrank Rose, foreman, shot in
mouth by Roy Lee, 1004 W. Adams.
Quarreled over woman.
iJFfrank Nelson dead. Tuberculosis.
Osae from Petrograd.
Chief Cleason warns captains of
old vice districts to keep lids on.
Mrs. Emma- Vlachos arrested hus-
bMHl when 2 detectives failed to find
Mm,
eVtidentified woman hit by Milwau
koeiav. car at Huron st,dead.
(0 0.000 damage by fire in admin
istration bldg. of S. Park commission
c&4t Washington park. '
David Strauss, pres. of bankrupt
millinery co., arrested in Detroit.
Charged with $10,000 swindle.
Burglars in home of J. Oppenheim,
4536 Calumet av. Stole rug. Recov
ered by police.
Eugene Watson, 3501 S. Wabash
av., arrested. Mail carrier says her
stole 40 letters,
David Korshak, confessed torch of
"arson trust," testified against Joseph
Fish, alleged head of "arson trust."
Earl Cline, Van Nuys, Gal., dis
charged in court of Insane. Arrested
when he refused to pay taxi bill.
Guy Tardo, 1068 W. 11th, shot in
hip. Refused police information.
Black hand suspected.
Frank Ramsey, 8"1 W. Washington
blvd., bitten on hand by supposed
mad dog.
William Fears, 65, found dead in
room at 1818 W. Grand ay. Door
locked. Thought suicide.
Policeman Edward Devaney, 2839
Lexington av., dead. Due to wounds
received in gun battle 2 years ago.
Samuel Lindsay, 60, traveling sales
man, found dead in room of Windsor
Clifton hotel. Pneumonia.
Stanley Lundquist, 6, 1036 Av. N,
South Chicago, bitten on leg by dog.
Chief Gleason told 250 members of
Chicago Police Sergeant's ass'n they
were key to efficiency of department.
Julius Smietanka, internal revenue
collector, at Washington, asking for
Lmore aid.
John Worthington, head of de
funct Am. Banking ase'n, rearrested.
Charged with Using maOs to defraud.
Frederick Ishmael's b6ndsman
withdrew. Told judge client was try
ing to get'out of town.
Council finance committee decided
interest on city bonds could only be
collected till date of maturity.
John Hogan, 1401 Fairfieldav., told
wife he was going electioneerkg.
Had skull fractured. Critical.
Charles Kirk, Jamee Salmon and
Mrs. F. H. Shofstall held on opium

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