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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:08; sunset, 5:01.
Sidney Paine, 3710 Prairie av., hit
by street car at Van Buren and 5th
Margaret RyanT -5806 S. Peoria;
bruised about head and shoulders by
auto at Dearborn and Madison.
Eva Tanguay operated on in Hotel
Sherman Monday night Confined
, Chief Healey suggested taking
moving pictures of criminals as aid
to police in search if again wanted.
David Vollrath, 1943 S. Harding
av., held to grand jury. Forgery
charge $1,500 bond.
Clyde Carney, wanted in New
Florence, Pa., as burglar, arrested
here. To be returned.
Arthur Sargent, 4609 Magnolia av.,
escaped patient of Kankakee caught.
Roy M. Coniff arrested. Charged
with signing "Roger C. Sullivan" to
Charles Erie, 67, 1036 N. Western
av., turned on gas Rescued and re
vived by wife and daughter when
they returned home.
Burglars broke into flat of Mrs.
Rose Beranto, 2323 Rice. Got small
Tony Sekulsky, 5115 Lincoln av.,
and Andrew Jacobson, 1830 Welling
ton, injured when freight train, hit
wagon at Weber station of C. & N.
Charles Nelson, 6403 & Bishop,
killed by fall down stairs of home.
Ida Maserovitch, 6 mo. old, 1347
Hastings, bitten by rat which got
Frank Mitchell, 1042 W. Washing
ton blvd., stabbed four times at Ra
cine and Randolph. Result of saloon
Ian thought to be James Pickley,
742 W. 50th, hit by car near 523 S.
George Rodelius, 2683 Stewart av.,
held for death of Melville Int Hout,
2727 Woodbine av., Bvanston, killed
Wm. Dawson, 1155 W. Randolph,
arrested when he fired two shots at
negro to chase him out of poolroom.
Edward T. Noonan, state senator,
may be arrested for refusing to put
house number on dwelling at 1721
E. Jackson Casse Co., and E. J.
Casse, owner, architectural engineers,
Edward H. Peters, arrested in N.
Y., 'wanted here to answer indict
ment. Sold bonds of friend, charge.
Harry Schnick, 419 Wells, hung
self. No apparent reason.
Five hurt in crash between car and
auto of August Boberg, 9906 Ewing
av., at 72d and Wentworth av.
Mrs. A. A. Luttrell, 1466 E. 65th,
injured by maniac who attempted to
attack her near home.
Mrs. Marion Crawmgr,' 804 Oak
Park av., Oak Park, dajled fire de
partment to get into home.
Frances Long, arrested in raid at
414 E. 30th, sent to Texas home by
Fred C. Doerfefel, 721'ScoviIle av.,
Oak Park, credit man, tried suicide.
Gun. May live.
Joe Fitzgerald, gunman, and Ro
land Hulbert, burglar, escaped from
Joliet pen. Monday night
Jas O'Dea Storen, former captain
of police, paid $1,000 fine imposed by
Judge Dever for conspiracy.
Earland Hagerstrand, janitor, 4300
Ellis av., fined $1 for swearing at
Frank Henning, tenant
Lillian Swanson, 9, 4729 Fulton
bitten by dog believed to be mad Jn
front of Spencer school.
Mrs. Margaret Powell, 2545 Semi
nary av., tried suicide with scissors.
Louis Gottlieb, 1300 W. 14th, took
poison on steps of sweetheart's home.
May recover. .
Arvey Eustrum, 15, Highwood, III.,
killed by accidental discharge of gun.
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