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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 05, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Albert Nunnelly, 1230 Washington
blvd., kidnapped by wife to prevent
divorce, according to Mrs. Bosworth,
Three attendants of Mrs. R. M.
Rigg's First School of Theocracy will
be arraigned in court today on charge
of beating Fred Cox, minister. Says
he invested $1,400 in cult
John Thiel, Joseph, Ore., out $40.
Claims man shortchanged him on C.
B. & Q. train.
Master Cleaners and Dyers Ass'n
raised prices of dyeing 25 to 50 per
Michael Patty, 2930 Princeton av.,
neck broken. Auto collided with ma
chine of Dr. Gary, 2026 Indiana av.
Jos. Velinski, 1361 Milwaukee av.,
stabbed in abdomen. Crawled mile
Dickson Woodward, 16, 204 E. 54th,
held at 50th st. station as burglar.
Police seeking companions.
Wojcicek Lorek, 1333 Wentworth
av., Chicago Heights, suicide. Rope.
r Dr. Walter Paully, Kahoka, Mo., re
covering. Bored hole in skull to re
lieve pressure on brain.
James Miller, 2546 Federal st., tried
suicide in cell. Suspenders. Revived.
Held for pandering.
Frank Winarski, 2025 Lubek st,
undertaker, and four friends hurt
Auto hit car at 69th and South Park.
Fire in restaurant of Hong Fong
Lo Co., State and Van Buren. Dam
John Mulvihill, 3410 W. 12th, dead.
Shot in home of Jas. Ryan, 1027 S.
Mrs. Jennie Burke, 4710 Federal
st., hit by auto of Dr. Hugo Traub,
521 E. 34th. Not serious.
Seven incendiary fires on West Side
Sunday. Police seeking pyromaniac.
John Curin, 1923 S. Peoria, shot in
leg by participant in Sweitzer parade
at 19th and Peoria Wore Thomp
Mrs. Helen Dirks, 27, 7231 Jack
son blvd., Forest Park, lulled. Auto
Sunrise. 5:26; sunset, 6:20.
E. S. Bee and Frank Peterson, who
escaped from Lake Bluff training sta
tion, sought here.
John Hayes, 6327 Cottage Grove
av., accused by police of breaking
window in hat store of Chas Nine,
153 W. Randolph.
James Hayes, 773 S. State, con
fessed stealing suitcase in La Salle
st. station, police say.
Chas. Hartley, Phila., arrested for
refusing to pay bill at Hotel Morri
son Francis Jones, 72, 115 E. 44th,
dead. Burned month ago while cook
ing Harry' King, 6107 Dorchester,
broke arm. Cranking auto.
James Larkin, 209 E. 44th st,
asked police protection. Father, in
mate of Elgin asylum, escaped.
Jack Dalton, 548 W. 63d, arrested.
Flourished two revolvers in C. & N.
W. R. R. station. To be examined.
J. E. Granlind Livinity Hall, "U. of
C'out $1.35. Negro holdup. '
Mrs. D. J. Campbell, 7100 Normal
blvd., hurt W. M. Graham, 6704
Union av., drove auto into curb to
Three false fire alarms from Broad
way and Wilson av. district. Police
Mary Butrosch, 4. 1212 S. 51st av.,
Cicero, hit by car. Foot crushed.
Man giving name of Michael Jock,
60, died at Oak Forest infirmary. Hit
Chas. Prorock fatally 'stabbed at
Chicago and Racine. Saloon fight.
Henry Lang, 2142 N. Oakley av.,
had leg broken, by auto.
Fred Waterstradt 3129 Devlin ct,
arrested for burglary of flat of Jens
Anderson, 3552 Wrightwood.
Englewood police seeking half
dressed "peeper." Miss Laura Jen
son, 538 W, 58th, complained.
John Reuterberg, 6232 S. Hermi
tage av., dead. Auto hit car.