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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 29, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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George Erickson, 815 S. State St.,
arrested. Alleged to have robbed
Louis Cuneo, 812 W. Madison St., of
$3,800 in jewels and $300 cash.
Window smasher raided Robert
Stader Co., 31 S. State st $100 fur
Body of unidentified man, 55,
found leaning against post at Madi
son and Desplaines sts. Heart disease
and exposure.
$13,434,069 internal revenue tax
paid bq. Chicago.
Louis Gardner, 248 W. 24th pi.,
robbed by 2 negroes. Watch and $16.
. .Dexter lunchroom, 34 E. Adams St.,
raided $16 taken from cash register.
$356,073.96 in fees and fines re
ported by State's Attorney Hoyne for
James Belch, St. Johns, B. C, be
came violently insane on West Side
"L." Caused panic on train. Detain
ed for investigation.
Charles Weiss, 1527 N. LaSalle St.,
strongarmed. Lost $6.
Christopher Yetos' cigar store, 331
E. 115th st, raided. 46 men arrested.
Christmas tree at home of J.
Hoven, 1340 W. 29th st, destroyed by
fire. No damage.
Body of man killed by C. & W. I.
train identfied as Albert Nalapka,
9027 Greenwood av.
Edward Dolen, 1123 Chatham st,
arrested. Turned in false alarm.
James D. Strong severely burned
extinguishing Christmas tree blaze at
home of P. Griffen, 1423 E. 65th st
Hyman Pawlinsky, 70, trusty at
Chicago State hospital, escaped.
Nathan Weiner, 17, 1013 Wells st.,
overcome by gas. Revived.
Meeting 'of 31st ward prohibition
workers will be held at home of R. K.
Hill, 5939 Wentworth av., Monday
Two barrels of beer for each Chi
cagoan, according to federal report
85,181,521 pounds of oleo manufactured.
Phoenix lunchroom, 424 Sherman
av. robbed by highwaymen. $18
oonn Tannon, 2043 California av.,
former ballplayer, charged with dis
orderly conduct at Desplaines st
Dr. Samuel D. Nixon, 7349 Stew
ard av., hurled from auto and severe
ly injured. Car struck by "B. & O.
Mystery of death of James K. Har
rell, 48, at N. Sangamon 'st, in 1913,
solved. Bitten by rats. Bled to death.
Patrick J. Conway, 37, 1220 W.
104th st, and John Snekutis, 25,
Steger, HI., ground to death by I. C.
train at 103d st. Snekutis stepped in
front of train. Conway tried to save
Jqhn H. Bush, 2978 Prairie av.,
driven from bed by 2 negro burglars.
Robbed $20.
Alfred Timm, 872 N. Paulina,
motorcyclist, seriously injured Jos
eph Czech, 9. Tried to escape.
Tony Martelli, 735 Sebor st shot
in neck and back. Assaulted by rob
ber when he had no money.
An ordinance to license mason
contractors up before council tonight.
Pee to be $100.
William Bates, 5624 Lowe st,
wanted by police. Alleged to have
swindled Miss Clara Foster out of
Safeblowers entered Albert Bol-
L vin's Jewelry Store, 2322 S. State st
Unable to force inner door of safe.
Got nothing.
Harold V. Green, 240 S. Oak Park
st, stopped by 2 robbers. $150 ring
and $18 taken.
Frank Simms, negro, killed by
Northwestern "L."
Judge Slusser refused to grant a
rehearing for new trial for Henry
Spencer, sentenced to hang for mur
der of Mrs. Rexroat
Committee of 15 wants jail for
levee kings. Would widen vice war

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