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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO ,
Sunrise, 5:35 ;sunset, 5:5Z
Melvin Conley arersted for selling
beer in houseboat in river at South
' Water sL No license.
Wm. Everett, St. Cduis, badly hurt
'by motorcycle on Jackson blvd.
Wachrin, Gauli, 331 S. Seeley av.,
' held by police.
Body of unidentified man found in
lake off Fullerton av. Mark "T. A. N."
on laundry.
Harry Bush, 3006 Butler, arrested
as burglar after police were called to
home of Charles Clark, 6902 Lake
wood av.
Nels Peterson, 3531 Fulton st, lost
$45 to pickpockets on street car.
Three holdups who pointed revol
vers at W. J. Corston, 1704 N. Troy
on Laflin "L" station frightened by
train. Got nothing.
Victor Vadza, 2554 S. Albany av.,
shot in leg by brother-in-law, Joseph
Dobosky, in saloon fight near home.
Body of James O'Brien, 3815 W.
Huron, found on prairie near home.
No marks of violence.
Michael Bucine, 1103 Newberry av.,
shot in leg. Refused to tell police
how or why.
Man with club held up John Dis
sler, 4780 N. Artisan av., at Western
and Tuohy avs. Got $3.
Kerina Lieber, 917 Sheffield av.,
missed last train. Started to walk
home from Bellwood on Aurora &
Elgin. Killed by third rail
George Entler, 3711 Cottage Grove
av., dead. Heart disease.
Auto of George Thorpe, 312 Pralrre
av.,"skidded into 47th st. car. None
hurt
Two men got $25 from Gust Mig
gos, 125 B. 11th, in his restaurant.
Negro sneak thief got $20 from
cash register of Joseph Lotesto,
grocer, 1420 S. Wabash av., when he
was in icebox.
John Stegge, detective at Grand
Crossing, used auto to sneak up on
boys shooting craps. Eleven cap
tured, r .
Unidentified body taken from lake
at foot of 8th st by police summoned
by Albert Hartke, 3250 S. Campbell.
"Sunday Rushing" of fraternity
bodies discontinued for first time in
years at Northwestern. Student body
frowned on practice.
Wm. J. Morgan, 45 N. Austin av.,
dead from heart disease, following ill
ness contracted while riding through
Evanston.
Motor boat Amy of Dr. M. B. Crav
en, 605 Davis, Evanston, disabled in
lake off 31st Pulled in by lifesavers.
Mrs. Herman Nau, 1341 Washing
ton blvd., suicide. Gas. No reason
known. ,
Two men in taxi of Joseph Burns
of Flynn Auto Livery, 1909 Humbbldt
blvd., held him up and took machine.
Wellington Brothers, 849 Ridge av.,
Evanston, arrested for throwing cat
into Fst Christian church during
services.
Stephen Zorel, saloonkeepe, 9301
yaughan av., shot in head. Resisted
robbers.
S. S. Paris, Princeton, W. Va.,
cashed" $25 check for nice stranger
whom he met in Grant park.
Mrs. Anna Miller and son Iman, 5,
burned. Fire attacked home, 714 S.
Laflin st Not serious.
George O'Urien, 11, 831 N. Hamlin ,
av., dead. Hit by auto of Joseph Me
tana, 5259 Melrose. Metana ar
rested. Three burglars surprised by Po
liceman Lee in home of Lester
Phillips, 3906 Sheridan rd escaped.
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DUMBA TO BE IGNORED
Washington, Sept. 20. Further
strain has not been upon Austrian
American relations by Ambassador
Dumba's letter to Sec'y Lansing.
Dumb. is to be ignored. His letter
defending himself and criticizing Lan
sing probably will go unanswered. Of
ficials consider it as affront, but his
speedy departure' will satisfy admin
istration1 and close incident. t
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