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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 21, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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nekes, 18, offering him home "when
hfe gets through this trouble. Fer
nekes up before Judge Scully on five
charges of robbery.
Ore steamer George F. Baker,
"which grounded in lake off Winnetka,
released. Part of cargo removed.
Mabel Bryan, 3, 1415 W. Adams St.,
dead. Fell in tub of hot water.
Five men and six women arrested
in raid on alleged dive at 2226 S.
Wabash av.
Michael Angelica's saloon, 115 E.
25th sty held up by two men. $50.
Fred Schoefield, Lake View Hotel,
internally injured while trying to
board Cottage Grove av. car.
Nicholas Tyle, 11733 Stewart av.,
killed by I. C. train.
Tony Guadtan, 4617 S. 5th av.,
stabbed in argument with Stanley
Pychunas, 246 W. 46th st
Stanley Garganski, 4027 S. Arte
sian av., hfting daughter, Helen, 12,
on Fullerton av. car. Conductor gave
signal to go ahead. Both thrown to
Keller, Salvation Army
worker, crossed Harrison st. between
two autos. One was towing other.
He fell over rope. Badly bruised.
William Fitzgerald, 2153 W. 21st
St., and Theodore Grew, 2040 W. Van
Buren st, who escaped from Chicago
Parental School Friday, arrested and
brought back.
Cutting match in dance hall owned
by Toney Bacca, Noble and Huron
sts. Three men hurt
Thos. Burns, 139 N. .Elizabeth st.;
Henry O'Keefe, 2523 W. Jackson
blvd., and Matthew Taylor arrested
when they tried to hold up Brown &
Daniels' saloon, 208 W. Madison st
James McDonald, 26 N. Curtis st,
badly beaten by two policemen when
he refused to obey orders and enter
his home early Sunday.
Joseph Levy, 1423 California av.,
robbed in front of home. Jewelry
valued at $225 and $8. Five auto
bandits did it.
Archie Johnson shot and killed in
his saloon, 1001 E, 75th st, by Ernest
Ehrenberg, 8345' Kimbark av., who
was locked up. Didn't know gun was
Melville Johnson quarreled with
sister, Mrs. Kate Booth, with whom
he lived at 225 S. Robey st Fired
five shots at her. One took effect
Johnson arrested. Mrs. Booth will
Henry Wille, 537 S. Clark st, grab
bed by William M. Bender, 666 S.
State st Watch and knife in Wille's
pocket identified by Bender.
Ten autos reported stolen in fast
24 hours.
W. L. Wilson, chauffeur for Edward
Chambers, vice pres. of Santa Fe R,
R., stabbed by three men in front of
Hotel Sherman. Men ran into City
Hall. No trace.
Resolutions offering to take refer
endum vote on proposed affiliation of
United Natl Ass'n of PostbffiCe
Clerks with the Am. Fed. of Labor
adopted by Chicago branch at meet
ing yetserday.
Edward J. O'Hara, who said he was
an investigator for Major Funk
houser, arrested.'
Mary Ellen, maltese cat, used as
weather prophet by police at Harri
son st station, where she is pet Cops
say if she washes with right paw it
means warmer and with left it's sign
it will be cooler.
Unidentified man found uncon
scious in front of 1480 Larrabee st
Nothing in pockets. Police think
that he was assaulted and robbed.
Ulrich Svoboda, 4664 N. Crawford
av., had leg brokep. Motorcycle
crashed into auto driven by Dr. J. F.
McKee, 5134 Pensacola av. Doctor
bound up leg. Took man to hospital.
Albert Speed, 4430 Elston av., and
Wm. Kinsberg, 4430 Keeler av., both
thrown to street when their wagon
was wrecked by Montrose av. car.
Speed dead and Kinsberg in hospital:
John Bugini, Gary, Ind., blew out
gas in hotel at 210 W. Washington st
Found in time to save life.
Cigar store of Karr & Kennedy, 946
N. Clark st, raided. No evidence,

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