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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 09, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Sa'las Brothers' restaurant, 1032
W. Madison St., robbed by two men.
$103 taken.
Thomas Dowries, oldest member
on police force and 43 years on active
service, dead.
Two armed men robbed Dennis
Mahoney's saloon, li 1 E. 93d st.
Got $120.
Mrs. Margaret McNeill, 62, WW
Prairie av., found unconscious. Gas.
Thirteen more spitters arrested.
Fred Murphy, 2930 Indiana av.,
struck by auto truck belonging to
Aid. George F. Harding, Jr.
Wohen of First Ward to have
camera squad to catch repeaters at
Miss Julia Carle, fancy dancer, to
give up stage and uplifht movies.
Could kill evil on 50 stages, she tells
105 fires in last 26 hours. Firemen
badly frozen fighting flames.
Empire Molding Works, 316 Union
Park pi., destroyed by fire. Loss
St. Chrysostom's church, 1424 N.
Dearborn st., caught fire. Overheated
furnace. Damage $25,000.
Church of the Annunciation, 7814
Lowe av., damaged by flames. Loss
Mrs. Robert Portiere, 2131 Fulton
St., locked herself in closet when
slight blaze attacked home. Rescued.
Fire routed 2 families at 211 N.
Hoyne av. Building destroyed.
. Joseph Mack, 444 S. Clark st.,
-caught by rope trailing from Adams
jExpress Co. wagon. Dragged 50 feet,
lightly injured.
j Bruce Clark, night clerk Wychmere
Hotel, 1800 Indiana av., held up by
rmed men. Lost $7.
Rocco Nigro, 15, 533 Milwaukee
p.v.. died from wound from rusty nail.
r Women may "fib" on age, accord
ing to Charles H. Mitchell, attorney
for board of election commissioners.
Can pick figures to fit looks.
Mrs. Anna Pifer, 2316 Seminary
av., dropped dead in cab. Acute indi
gestion. Mrs. Agnes McMahon, 30, called on
John Sonnic, 524 Armour av. John
and his wife, Mary, were celebrating
wedding. Mrs. McMahon started
quarrel with bride. Both women ar
rested. Highwayman shot Nick Galaco.
Carried senseless man to undertaker
and fled. Galaco may recover.
Miss Edith Fish, 5465 Greenwood
av., awakened by burglars, frightened
them away.
Samuel Flosi, owner of fruit store,
861 N. Clark St., attacked and rob
bed. $12.
B. H. Pange, Democratic candi
date for alderman of 25th ward, ar
rested. Jerry Crotty. taxicab driver,
claims he refused .to pay bill.
Isadore Cohen, 1005 S. Paulina st.,
stabbed by Antonia Solenius, 90.9 S.
State st. Bystander saw knife. Sent
in riot call. Solenius arrested.
Cohgn slightly injured.
Woodlawn and Parkside citizens
alarmed. Afraid levee resorts will
move into district.
Walter Marlow, 671 N. Dearborn
St., grasped fainting girl. Lost $14.
Lillie Burgell, 710 Wells St., arrested.
Charles Johnson, 453 Milwaukee
av., stopped by two highwaymen. Got
Safe blowers looted Joseph Kohen
& Brothers' hay store, 4411 S. Hal
sted. $200 taken.
Mayor Harrison to attend council
despite illness. Has not missed meet
ing in ten years.
John Wolzko, 34, wanted to flop in
Rawson st. station. Searched. Had
$25. Locked up for disorderly con
duct. 300 out 316 names on ''Ed" Lewis'
petition for saloon in Englewood
found invalid.
Earnest Louis Gamier, Neuchatel,
Switzerland, sought here for $15,000

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