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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 03, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Home of Laurence J. Coffey, 3641
Colorado av., entered. $900 worth
of jewelry and silverware taken.
Meeting of the First Ward organ
ization of Woman's Party of Cook
County will be held at Emmanual
Baptist Church, 2320 Michigan av.,
Tuesday, Jan. 6, at 8 p. m.
Italian laborer, thought to be S.
Stenigeno, killed by auto at W. Mon
roe and S. Halsted sts. Driver got
away.
Bomb partially wrecked La Blanca
Italo Americano, 773 Forquer st
Black Hands suspected.
John Petritia, 4102 S. Campbell av.,
says living with wife is only occupa
tion when asked to explain why he
did not pay judgment of $65.
Roy M. Getchow, 4242 Beacon st,
fined $25, and Sylvan S. Kohn, 4815
S. Michigan av., $15. Speeding.
John Kellenberg, 70, died at Passa
vant Hospital; Struck by auto- Mon
day. Miss Grace Jackson, 3948 Langley
av., and Hattie Mathews, 1005 N. La
salle st, slightly injured when street
cars collided at W. Division and N.
Clark sts.
Robert Brown, 5912 Sophia st.,
struck by Wentworth av. car. Inter
nally injured.
Mrs. losaira Overssia, 66, 1035 Ra
cine av., struck by street car. Taken
to Columbus HospitaL
Chas. Kraper, 4313 Wentworth av.,
teamster, severely injured. Wagon
collided with car.
Waukegan flooded with spurious
nickels. Secret service operators
searching for counterfeiters.
Paul F. Beich, Bloomington, III.,
robbed of suitcase at Union station.
Contained $100,000 worth of papers.
Not negotiable.
John Barrett, 64 W. Erie st., ar
rested. Alleged to have taken $1,000
worth of jewels from Miss Dorothy
Herring, 6539 S. Wood st
Thomas F. Leslie, 726 E. 37th St.,
suicided. Gas.
Clerk at Anton Madera's grocery
store, 2339 W. Lake st, held up. $29
taken from cash register.
Mrs. Anna Cummings, 3839 Grand
blvd., reported $1,000 worth of jewels
missing.
Robber entered Dexter lunchroom,
34 B. Adams st Held up counterman.
Cook fired shot and robber fled.
Ernest Bloomberg, 3154 Seminary
av., jumped into lake. Body recov
ered. W. T. Smith, 1559 W. Chicago av.,
found unconscious. Gas. Revived.
Pulmotor.
Stanley. Bryzinski, S. Chicago, ar
rested, alleged '.'blackhander." Police
claim he tried' to extort $400 from
John Krajewski, 8818 Commercial av.
Lake front improvements started.
Billboards coming down along L C.
right of way.
Receiver appointed for States
Electric Co., 624 W. Adams st Lia
bilities $20,000.
Suit brought against Chicago City
Railway by Wm. Kuhnle. Wants $10,
000 for injuries received Tjy 9-year-old
son.
Total receipts at Chicago postoffice
last month, $2,531,655.40.
Bomb wrecked front of Samuel
Teranini & Co.'s private bank. Win
dows smashed within radius of 100
yards.
Lillie Lane, 68 E. 28th st, fined $50
and costs. Disorderly house.
Frank Galonski, 1014 W. 32d st,
held to grand jury. Charged with
killing wife.
Ten-ton tank of ammonia explod
ed at E, H. Vavra paper box factory.
Samuel Cooper blown 20 feet. Will
die.
Wm. Russell, weighing 305 pounds,
stuck in window when police raided
poolroom. Had to strip off clothing
to release him.
Saloon license of Joseph Sukzda,
2458 S. Oakley av., revoked.
Suit for injunction filed with (J. S.
district court against Raymond Hitch-

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