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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:14; sunset, 4:21.
Wm. Schill, 1516 W. Harrison, ar
rested on two charger of confidence
game. Passed bum checks, police
Geo. Mueller, 4217 Emerald av.,
horse buyer for France, found dead
in bed. Heart disease.
John Chanecki, 904 W. Erie, beat
en on head with hammer in quarrel
with three visitors at home. Hospital.
Fred Stark, 1500 Fulton, and three
others arrested for breaking into
chicken coop at 413 N. Robey, police
Mario Parez, 2223 Orchard, who
disappeared with ?5 bill when asked
to make change, found with broken
leg on street. Arrested.
Body of two-weeks'-old baby found
in paper box in Calvary cemetery.
Taken to undertaker. Police seek
Chas. C. Shepard arrested for
passing several bum checks on West
Michael Walsh, 4648 S. Halsted,
set fire to nightgown while trying to
light gas jet Badly burned.
Dr. Etta Crary, 3412 W. 62d pi.,
arrested. Named as one who per
formed abortion on Mrs. Ruth Conn,
1540 E. 64th. Mrs. Conn ilL
Mrs. Mary Branch, 2215 S. Spauld
ing av., seriously hurt when Craw
ford av. cars collided.
Police asked to search for J. W. De
vine, 608 Oakley blvd., missing with
$300 of firm's money.
Sam Falconia, barber, arrested for
annoying Reah Lieb, 921 N. Leavitt,
cashier in drug store at State and
Thirty-six violations of Sunday
closing law reported to police yester
day. Mrs. Lullian Pfeiffer, 8 E. 43d, sui
cide. Gas. Despondent over disap
pearance of husband.
Giorgi hospital, Gary, Ind., burned.
Firemen found oil in basement. Po
lice seek incendiary.
St. Sebastine's Roman Catholic
church, Wellington and Dayton st,
burned by fire which started at noon
Frank Jolep, 11742 Indiana av.,
dead as result of fall to sidewalk a
Dr. John Nyman, 338 Home av.,
Oak Park, reported robbery of home.
Articles worth $50 gone.
Valentina Sebera, 1408 Center,
broke head in fall to icy sidewalk.
Franklin Mann, 1542 Taylor, ar
rested. Threatened B. B. Borg, ad
vertiser, when arrested on his com
plaint in former case.
William Wakefield, Detroit, jailed,
on bum check charge. Blames poli
Fire destroyed Western Brass Mfg.
Co.'s plant at 2007 Marshall blvd.
Suspect war plot
Mrs. Florence Patterson, 7321 S.
Union av., burned when she lit match
while cleaning gloves with gasoline.
Peter Lambos, peddler, arrested
for unwelcome attentions to Agnes
White, teacher in Mann school.
Carl Forze, 19, at hospital with bul
let in head. Andrew Johnson, bar
tender, 5118 Wentworth, arrested.
ROOSEVELT HAS POLITICAL
WISE MEN GUESSING
Washington, Dec. 20. Anybody
can have a guess, on what Col.
Roosevelt is going to do in the cam
paign. T. R. is the best dope upset
ter in politics. The colonel's attend
ance at the Gary dinner may mean a
powerful lot and, again, it may not.
Summed up, this was the politi
cians' view here today. The political
wiseacres were admittedly up in the
air over the matter. Candidates and
near-candidates were chary of opinion.
Cecil Holland, versatile character
actor of the Selig company, is a