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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 22, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Tuttle last night when he-seized Max homS with $2,000. Police searching
Judge'Goodnow, Morals Court, to
SDeak this evening at First Methodist
Episcopal Church, Clark and Wash
ington sts., on "Our System of
Robert Vluter, 4918 W. Huron st,
and Frankand Joseph Ward, 4015 W.
Lake st, charged with robbery.
Caught with stolen auto.
Coroner's investigation into death
fof Joseph D'Andrea, labor leader,
closed. Came to death from bullet
believed poisoned.
Harry Bossen, policeman, dis
charged from force. Miss Pauline
Richter, 209 W. Locust st, said he
had gone to her rooms and annoyed
and insulted her.
Negro burglars got into room of
Miss Dorothy Booth, Hyde Park 'Ho
tel yesterday. Escaped down fire es
cape with jewelry worth $700. Girl
aroused hotel with screams.
Chief Gleason issued order for po
licemen to be on watch for firebugs
.around Roman Catholic churches.
r Philip Devito, 1221 Larrabee st,
shot twice in abdomen by men in
front of home.
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Gordon, peddler, who attempted
stab cop.
William Carey, 7325 S. Peoria st.,
tried to sell horse for $5. Arrested.
Owner claimed property. Will prose
cute. v
Charles Swigert, sec'y Swigert
Paper Co., sued for $25,000 breaclrof
promise by Ruth Hayden, 6147 Evans
av.,' filed plea denying charges.
Herman Bordell and Frank Hept,
peddlers, seriously injured when
wagon was demolished by Western
av. car at 45th st.
Joseph Polamski, 8, and sister Stel
la, 7, playing street at 46th st. and
Marshfield av., trampled by 2 steers
which broke away from cowboys
when being led to slaughter house.
Coroner's jury fund that Arthur
Jordan, salesman, 708 Briar pi., found
dead in yard at 715 Belmont av., died
of heart disease.
Body of Tony Lamberto", 12, 612 S.
Racine av., taken from lake. Drowned
while fishing Sunday,
George Pansky, 646 N. OaklewaVijJ
placed on marriage license .laftc'B
blacklist About to marry widows
3 children. Has 3 of own in".
tihananp - . -.'
Charles Ferris fined $50 byVjtrdgJ
ior annoying Mary nuismaK,
Clay st. , - H
arrested, charged with being im
cated in murder of DeteCtiye Tronic"
Dealy. Case cont'nued.
John Pryzbylowski placed on trial
for murder of Fred Schwartz in lot
at Huron st. and Hoyne av. Case
given to jury.
Maurice Kravtz, 6, 058 W. 14thist,
killed by car in front of home. Run
ning across street to candy store.
Glenn Thomason, 329 S. Lafln st.,
held up by 2 men on Randolph st.
viaduct Attacked him, Got $3.
He jumped off viaduct. 'Badly hurt.
Ninety men given jobs on coroner's
juries yesterday.
Charles Anderson, 2612 NTTalman
ay., coal agent, disappeared from
Police and friends are today look-
tfng fqr Catherine Dee, 17-year-old
girl, who disappeared last night after
John Silinski, alias JohnSc&uJta j j making all preparations for a party
at her home, 4734 Wentworth av.
The girl was employed at Robert
O. Law's book bindery. Last night
her friends assembled at her home.
But she never came from work.
The girl is described as extreme
ly pretty. She is a blue-eyed blonde.
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English. Clergyman And when
you arrive in London, my dear lady,
don't fail to See St Paul's and West
minster Abbey.
Fair American Tou bet; I'll rattle
those off, sure; but what Fye been
hankering to see, ever since I was
knee-high to a grasshopper,, is the
Church of England. Dallas News,

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