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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:04; sunset, 6:42.
A. H. Miller fined $10 by Judge
' Robinson for refusing to assist an
officer. Lieut John-L. Logan had ar
rested Loraine Wood's in front of
Yl ! 2452 S. Wabash av. He asked Miller
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fused.
Danillia del Carlo, 927 Milton av.,
peddler, dragged 3 blocks when auto
of L. A. Holman, 2601 Calumet av.,
hit wagon. Not seriously hurt
H. J. Schueneman, 440 N. Hermi
tage av., cut when 20-pound mould
fen from 12th floor of North Ameri
can bldg.
N. H. Protopapas, proprietor Gre
cian cafe, 215 N. Dearborn, bankrupt
Man attired in Charley Chaplin
costume drew such a crowd it
blocked State st Police broke it up.
Daniel King, 13, 404 E. 69th, and
Raymond Carroll, 12, 6770 South
Chicago av., missing. Believed to
k. I have run away.
Mrs. t. Burr, ozio rrame uv., at
tacked and robbed in home by man
who posed as health inspector.
Henry Wollensky, 823 S. Marsh
field av., found dead in bed.
Surnmerdale police looking for
auto men who lured Kate Tarnewski
and Mary Motyko, both 19, on auto
ride, then tried to attack them.
Alexander Rechnitzer, 5835 Prairie
av., missing with auto. Wife fears
kidnapers.
Trial of Cap't John J. Halpin, for
mer head detective bureau, set for
Aug. 24.
Charles Lidy, porter in saloon of
Alfonse Reber, 43d and S. State, shot
at RoBer's wife. Missed. Arrested.
Chief Henry Wendt, 5th fire battal
lion, and H. H Hanimerschlag, pipe
man, before trial board. Accuse each
other of being drunk.
Martin Korkpwidz, 1501 Dickson,
hit by Milwaukee av. car at W. Divi
sion st Fractured skull.
Abe Green, 840 N. Robey, beaten
by three men and robber of $100.
Charles O'Malley, 2220 S. Michigan
av in Bridewell for driving auto
while drunk, sawed way out Order
for release came later.
Patrol Serg't James Mcintosh ob
ject of charges filed by Cap't Danner,
Sheffield av. station Rode cars be
tween patrol boxes. 0)
Jos. Randa, 721 S. Morgan, shot in.
arm by robbers. ,
H. E. Armstrong, 1525 Winnemao
av., held to grand jury on arson
charge.
City National bank, Evanston, tried
new burglar alarm without warning
police. Every policeman in town re-i
sponded on the run.
Mrs. Gus Vogel, 3720 Ellis av., ac
costed by 2 mashers. Beat one with
cane.
Field Hospital Co. No. 1, Illinois
National Guard, returned from Camp
McCoy, Sparta, Wis.
Milton Hopkins, 1244 Morse av
and Jean Smith, 1026 Morse av., fined
$5. Arrested for argument with taxi
driver, over bill.
"Dr." Peter Krakowski, 2339 W
21st st, held by TJ. S. sleuths as vio
lator of Harrison law. Girl found
drugged in house.
Arthur Guesnier, 1932 Tripp av.,
fined $50 and costs for going 45 miles
an hour on motorcycle.
James Day, Ludington, Mich., ar
rested for unwelcome attentions to
Mrs. P. G. Kreitzer, 4618 Kenmore av. &
A. D. Hewitt Chenoa, III., matched
pennies with stranger. Out $16, told
police.
William Roskin, 7215 Emerald av.,
found three-day-old boy in market
basket on porch. tfH
Joseph Prendergast, state food in-
spector charged with taking $100
bribe from grocer, fired.
Rose Zock, 19, 2806 Milwaukee av.,
took poison. Love affair cause. May
live.
Serg't Enoch J. Moberg, Evanston,
clung to overturned boat with two
companions for hours. Rescued.
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