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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 22, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Peter Kaitis, 1607 N. Ashland av.,
Lithuanian banker, left home. De
positors say $20,000 is also missing.
Max Solberg, keeper of livery sta
ble, 508 Polk, walked"lnto office. 3
men3 trying to blow safe. All pulled
revolvers and fired at him. Escaped
Auto pursesnatcher failed to get
away with pocketbook of Mrs. W.
Hurfbn, 6351 Greenwood av. Threw
it from machine when she screamed.
Thirteen packages of clean laun
dry taken from wagon of Emil
Mrs. F. Cadieux and Mrs. Rose
Cushing injured when stove at 230
W. Erie exploded. Believed unexplod
ed blasting powder was in coal.
Clement Brennan, 1232 Glenlake
av.; bookkeeper, victim of aphasia,
located in Colorado Springs. Missing
John Sullivan, 113 Ontario, fell in
T. Rasmussen, 2149 Bingham, ar
rested for throwing "stink-bombs"
in 5-cent show.
Frank Toupal, 1410 Lowe av., died
of .fractured skull. Fell from back
porckrin fainting fit
Minnie Kuhlman, Chicago Heights,
foufid dead in gas-filled room. Be
Suspected thief, who offered to sell
detectives auto tires, jumped 30 feet
froraiuRandolph st viaduct to I. C.
.Jobs Green, 1440 W. 46th, died
from fall down stairs. Neck broken.
Elks gave minstrel shows at
BlacSatone theater. Proceeds of
evening show to charity.
Police received report of 2 aufos
beittgcstolen. One later found aban
doned Articlesvworth $100 taken from flat
of H.aJohn, 5241 Winthrop av. last
WiWam Hardt, 6507 S. Hoyne av.,
sfrotojjff mother's finger with shot
3unyo Threatened brother.
Nine men arrested in room of
Queen hotel, 609 S. Wabash. Gam
State's Att'y Hoyne advised 180
new policemen sent to him by chief
for instruction to study state and
Chicago Bindery Co., 51$ S. Dear
born, partially destroyed by fire. Loss
Peter Mazaka, 3040 Leemis, died
suddenly. Heart disease.
Joseph Gorman, 3457 S, Halsted,
bitten on shoulder by neighbor's dog.
Daniel Carrick, 3408 Indiana avH
struck by street car in front of home.
Police still searching for body of
Daniel Phfuips, chauffeur, who
drowned when auto truck dived from
bridge. Friend missing. Think both
Mrs. Mae McArthur, 334 E. 55th,
living on celery diet, nearly reduced
to 125 from 155 pounds,
Ben Casey, commission buyer, shot
in left thigh by rifre on Santa Fe
train. Pyetrurning from hunting
trip with son.
Deering st. police received 16 com
plaints about stolen dogs. Probing.
Three men and 3 women taken in
raid on Temple hotel, Chicago av.
and Clark st
Filipo Clins, 3, 519 W. Division,
died of scalds. Pulled pan of water
from stove. 4
Hirschie Miller, 918 Maxwell, had
poolroom closed. Didnt have license.
Says real reason is politics.
West Chicago av. police investi
gating finding of head and hand of
boy, which was picked up in alley.
Medical students blamed.
Three alleged pickpoekgts arrested
at 1942 Vf, Division.
Wiley Riggs, Walden Shaw taxi
chauffeur, arrested when he drove
auto against chain of Washington st
Fred Kontenet, 2708 Arlington,
shot twice by policeman in. chase.