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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 25, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:14: sunset, 4:54.
Fred Shook, 3512 Fulton, killed by
Northwestern train-near N. Central
Park av. Believed accidental
Joseph Byrkacz, 3, 2630 Hilcook
av., played with bonfire. Dead from
Mrs. Anna Boshelsta, 711 Ayers ct,
taken to County hospital by police.
Suffering from operation.
Nathan Krull, 11, 954 N. Califor
nia av., dead. Fell from tree at Di
vision and Artesian av.
Aaron Laskin, 878 N. Mozart, told
police burglars got $250 frpm grocery
Safeblowers tried yainly to break
combination of safe in offices of the
Royal Furniture Co., 3145 Lincoln av.
Walter Sokolinick, 9, 8813 Burley
av., dead. Crawled under freight
Adolph Hellman, 3606 S. Lincoln,
frightened away seven men who tried
to hold him, he told police.
Wm. Corguss, 4711 S. Ashland, ar
rested on complaint of Mr. Alice Mit
chell, 5000 S. Racine av., whose
daughter, 15, is alleged to have said
Gorguss took her to Gary, Ind.
W. H. Ball, 362 E. 59th, arrested.
Had mirror attached to golf club,
which it is claimed he" got too near
the feet of women golf players.
Murder of Jos. Osborne, Grand
Crossing miser hermit, still unsolved.
Mrs. Josie Cblosak, 9326 Bennett
av., choked by strange men when
she resisted attempt to embrace her.
Mrs. Patro Caro charged with sell
ing beer without license in her gro
cery store, 4858 Union av.
Mayor ready to appoint Ma. J. V.
Clinnin to head bureau to consider
complaints against police depart
ment Policeman John P. Furlong of the
Deering st station assaulted at Ly
man and Throop. Skull fractured.
Mrs. Guislppa Piaza, 939 Milton
ay., midwife, arrested for alleged ille
gal operation. Second time in month.
Body of unidentified man found
hanging to tree in Forest Park near
Desplaines "river. Pockets turned.
Police suspect murder.
Sixty negroes from Chicago ar
rested Saturday night in Joliet room
ing house. Violating dope laws.
Charles Larkask and Thomas Tor
troska asphyxiated in S. Clark st
hotels Saturday. Police blame drink.
Mrs. John Christopher, Joliet, III.,
killed by bullet from revolver in son's
hand. Didn't know it was loaded.
Jerry Matire, 1952 Fish, arrested in
stolen auto at 14th and Sangamon.
Tony Valentis, 1732 S. Union- av.
and 4 friends hurt when auto crashed
with that of C. L. Hendricks, 2908 W.
Walter Sokolinick 9, 8813 Burley
av., dead. Burt, by B. & O. freight
train, Oct 16 while on way to school.
James lonroe, 28 S. Honore,
slashed his throat with razor. No
Steven Sienikneylc, 5, 2452 High,
dying. Hit by auto of Everett Ma
jor, 1536 W. Jackson blvd.
Gun battle fought from speeding
autos when police chased thieves in
stolen car of George Kerl, 501 N.
Leamington av. Recovered machine.
Adolph Heilman, 3606 S. Lincoln,
told police four men attempted held
up at 36th and Paulina. Frightened
Home of Mrs. Anna Raha, 265 S.
Ridgeland av., Berwyn, raided as a
Edward Kelley, former playmate of
Judge LaBuy, given $2 by jurist for
new start when arrested for being
drunk. . In again.
John Strang, 81, 4855 N. Paulina,
.dying. Tried suicide. Gun.
George Oberton, escaped Joliet
convict, captured in Maywood where
he had just taken bride.
J. E. Cunnett, machinist, 5149 E.
72d, dead. Police. seeking assailant,