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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 03, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 1

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LAST EDITION
ONE CENT
REPUBLICANS GAIN IN EL
CHARITY IN WAR ZONES WA
THE DAY
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
VOL. 5, NO. 32 Chicago, Wednesday, November 3, 1915 398t
S ON
POLICE USE GUN
WOMEN STRIKER
Aid. Rodriguez Challenges Violence of Schuettler's
Men at Edelheimer Garment Shop Two Cops
Club Head of Ellis Pagoch.
Aid. Wm. E. Rodriguez went to the
city hall this afternoon to get the
names of policemen who yesterday
were Numbers 1989, 2600, 579 and
2748.
Not only strikers but passers-by
who saw it happen tell Ridriguez that
Officer 1989 on duty in front of Edel
heimer, Stein & Co. shop afKedzie
av., near 21st sL, yesterday afternoon
a few minutes before 4 o'clock pulled
his revolver on Ida Gold and Rose
Goodman and told them, "If you
come another step I'll shoot you,
t you."
And jointly Officers 579 and 2,748
slammed their clubs on the head of
Ellis Pagoch. Blood triqkled down
over the cheeks and ears of Pagoch.
The police grabbed him by the hair
at first and pulled him along the side
walk a few feet Then they hustled
him into a patrol wagon and threw
him on the floor, as limp as a sack
of potatoes.
"My evidence is positive and con
vincing," said Rodriguez. "Miss Gold
and Miss Goodman were half a block
from the Edelheimer shop. They
were -walking toward the 'shon, 7
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