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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 02, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:44; sunset, 7:08.
Mrs. D. M. Lord, wife senior mem
ber of Lord & Thomas, dead, 5474
Hyde Park blvd.
L T. Woodcock, manager retail
dept Marshall Field's, dropped dead
on Randolph st. bridge.
John Herman, 2917 School, and
Chas. W. Wanberg, 3138 Clifton av.,
collided on motorcycles. Both injured.
Wm. Healey, 2955 Arch, and Wm.
Murphy, 2842 Lowe av., fought in
cafe at 3837 Cottage Grove. Jailed.
John Brady, 7b8 W. 53d, stabbed 4
times at ball game, 21st and Morgan.
John Connors, 827 Johns pi., held.
Ira N. Norris, U. S. minister to
Sweden, rapidly recovering from op
eration. William Hadler, Covington, Ky.,
lost $47 to Chicagoan. Matched pen
nies. Aid. H. D. Capitain, 25th ward,
1540 Kenilworth av., ill. Stomach
trouble.
Burglars jimmied into flat of F. M.
Smith, 832 Crescent pi. Frightened
by Mrs. Smith. Got $40.
F. J. Brennon, 4642 Ellis av., lost i
$575 to burglars entering in absence.
Dr. CL L Hagenburger, Boston,
says he was arersted when he asked
Policeman Rice way to hoteL To file
charges.
Theodore Rocoff, pro$ietor Kostur
hotel, Gary, drowend at Miller beach,
Gary.
Jack Williams, 3223 W. Lake, dived
in shallow water at Diversey beach.
May have broken back.
Philip Fisher, 2019 W. 13th, bath
ing feet in gasoline. Dropped match
into pan. May live.
Three masked armed robbers driv
en from saloon of Charles Luenbe
burg, 15 B. Division, when he re
sisted. Col. Roosevelt in city yesterday.
Visited Lincoln park zoo in morning.
Spent afternoon In political consul
tation. I
Bandits got $22 from Philip Klein's
saloon at 853 Rush.
Henry Orfanelli shot by Anthony
De Carlo in saloon at 1102 S. Morgan.
Carlo fell four stories trying to elude
police. Both may die.
Dan Doody, 16, 614 W. 43d, caught
by mob chasing purse-snatcher. Says
they got wrong boy.
Mrs. Elizabeth Smith, 4124 Grand
blvd., says her building at 22d and
State is not used immorally. Sued
under abatement act
Frank Mandziara, 9, 1813 Haddon
av., hit by ax in hands of Wm. Heck
ler, 1128 Newton. Heckler drunk.
Leo Schmidt, 1807 W. 17th, shot,
probably fatally by Thomas Diamond
docks, 2252 Blue Island av. Drunk.
Agnes Kotal, 4, 830 W. 18th, hit
by car and carried half block on the
fender. Unhurt
John Burkas, 1423 Dickson, hung
self in pantry. Out of work.
Thomas Ryan, Milwaukee, em
ploye steamer Kansas, rolled off dock
where he slept Drowned in river.
Clarence Levi, 11, negro, 5344 Fed
eral, stole revolver and turned ban
dit Caught
Francis Barry, 10, 2345 S, Ridge
way av., had skull fractured by auto.
Frank Hajicek, 2330 S. Lawndale av.,
driver.
August Becker, 4024 Normal av.,
and Henry Flick, 324 W. 42d, arrested
for robbery. Albert Guba, 2739 W.
16th, says was beaten and robbed in
Becker's saloon.
Roy Swanson, 1909 Asbury av., Ev
anston, hurt when train hit grocery
wagon. Will recover.
John Wille, 3402 W. North av., pub
he chauffeur, arrested as auto ban
dit Auto has same license number
as robber's.
George Miller, 661 W. Madison st.
watchman steamer Alabama, arrest
ed. Resisted policeman at wreck of
Eastland.
Michael Kelley, 16, 4463 S. 5th av.,
shot in ankle by watchman. Caught

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