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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:10; sunset, 4:19.
Charles Reinard, 2419 Indiana av.,
fell from fire escape of McVicker's
Mrs. Peter Ponstein, 1333 W. 31st,
suicide. Gas. Deserted by husband.
Raymond Flannery, 6448 Stony
Island av., held by police in murder
of "Jack" Wedlake, South Chicago,
Gerfield Sullivan, 17, arrested in
auto belonging to Rob't C. Ostergren,
3141 Calumet av.
August Barcus, 5228 S. Hermitage
av., robbed of watch and pin by five
men at 52d and Hermitage.
Police seek Raymond Halliday.
Stella Rogers, 1235 N. Ashland, says
he proposed marriage, got $135 and
T. M. Serbenski, 1048 N. Ashland
av., lost $46 to pickpocket on 12th st.
car at Blue Island av.
Lester Ravenot, 417 N. Elizabeth,
and Chas. Leahy, 1800 W. Grand av.,
arrested when police found quantity
of tobacco in Ravenot's barn.
Mrs. Mary Hart, 2244 W. Taylor,
beaten by husband, who returned
after year's absence and demanded
money. He escaped.
Erwin T. Pugh, 2643 Wilcox av.,
robbed of $35 by two men at Adams
and Washtenaw av.
Rob't Cayney, 2802 S. Union av.,
arrested. "Shot at Leo Lorin, 1110
W. Madison, in quarrel over woman.
Wm. Bradshaw arrested on com
plaint of mother, Mrs. Daniel McAl
len, 6752 S.. Union av., when she lost
Mrs. Fannie Shaefer, 1572 Maple
st, Evanston, hurt while trying to
alight from Sherman- av. car, Ev
anston. Three men arrested in connection
with murder of Wm. Venus, Oak
Park druggist, released. All had
Chas Carpenter, 221 E. Ontario,
arrested on forgery and bum check
charges. Bad busines deal.
Lighted match thrown in bottom
of car started fire which destroyed
auto of John Gerts, 626 Gary pi.
Jacob Handelsman, grocer, 449
W. 26th, got black hand letters.
Turned them over to police.
State board investigating death of
Fred Redmann, inmate of Dunning
asylum, who died after being burned.
Twenty-seven violations of Sun
day closing law found by police yes
terday. James H. Clifford, Clencoe, killed
when auto was hit by speeding elec
tric train near home.
E. B. Carroll, plumber of Sand
wich, HI., had leg cut off saving friend
A. J. Anderson, 60, 465 W. Chicago
av., hit by Bowmanville car. Skull
Charles F. Myers, 925 Windsor av.,
found dead in bed. Heart disease
Isaac Mahler, 4918 Indiana av., told
police he was robbed of $80 by pick
pockets on car at Madison and
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