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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 09, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Policeman Edmund Dorand. N. Ro
bey station, struck by motorcycle.
Badly bruised.
Samuel Romey-1350 S. Union av.,
pinched for having no lights on auto
after he had struck Meyer Leune, 5,
1254 Jefferson, and wrecked his
"pushmobile." Boy unhurt.
Carl , Hoffman, 416 Sullivan,
stabbed to deathjn quarrel over war;
2 assailants, escape.
John Lindbloom cut his throat with
a razor and jumped from 2d floor of
his hqnle, 4428 Thomas, yesterday,
when seized with temporary insane
fit. Serious condition in hospital.
William Wendt, 5167 Lovejoy av.,
injured when motorcycle was struck
by auto of L. Rosenberry, 1052 E.
43d, at Rush st bridge.
Mrs. H. G. Holt, pioneer resident of
Chicago, known at "fire angel" at
Chicago fire, died at home, 846 Ful
lerton av.
Two autos wrecked in collision at
Lake Shore drive and Goethe.
"Porch climbing" job netted a
burglar $4,790 in jewelry in raid on
home of Edwin Graff, 4907 Kim
bark av.
Church of the Assumption, Califor
nia av. and Marshall blvd., dedicated
by Archbishop Quigley yesterday aft
ernoon. A woman seldom makes a fool of
a man. She merely points the way
and he does the rest himself.
Charles Rose, 917 W. 12th, tailor,
shot at Forquer and Halsted last
night. Refused to tell police name of
assailant. Taken to bridewell hos
pital. Business men in Lake st, police
precinct, recently abolished, to peti
tion for its restoration.
Stockyards empty. All living ani
mals killed. Number of men laid off
not given out.
Two prairie football teams engaged
in free-for-all fight at 61st and Stony
Island av. yesterday.' All over when
police arrived.
Barn in rear of Chicago av. police
station burned. Crossed wires.
Horses saved.
John Casselby, stockyards employe,
found dead in room at 4253 S. Hal
sted. Thought suicide. Laid off from
Samuel Fox, 66, Arcadia, Mich.,
badly bruised attempting to board
street car.
Coroner investigating death of
Louis Artell, 819 Loomis. Died sud
denly at home.
Julius Vorak, 1726 W. Huron, dead.
Had arm torn off by machine Oct. 26.
Body of man with left arm and leg
cut off found on St. Paul tracks.
Mrs. Martha Crosby, widow, seam
stress, 717 Keith, dead. Out of work.
Swallowed poison.
Custave Blank, 5750 Bishop, ar
rested as auto thief. Injured 2 per
sons in attempted getaway.
Henry Esdohr, 5425 Higgons av.p
dead. Heart disease.
Five women arrested in raid on al
leged dive at 2629 Federal st.
Two holdup men arrested after
they had robbed Lewis Langlotz, 6419
Hamilton av., near home.
Three-story building, 2040 S. Mich
igan av., destroyed by fire.
Police asked to search for Harry
Fore, 14. Ran away from home, 6606
S. Michigan av.
Four women and man arrested.
Raid on alleged dive at 1912 S. Wa
bash av. ;
Raymond Behrens, Whiting, Ind.,
came to Chicago with 3 girls in auto.
Arrested for passing standing street
car. Girls deserted him to take train
John McKenna, ticket agent of Ro
bey station of Raveaswood "L", held
up by 2 men; $29.50.
William Hanson, 1107 W. Adams,
injured when struck by Madison car
crossing Aberdeen.
Paul Cornell, arrested as suspect
in axman murder of 4 persons in Blue
Islan don Sept. 5, to be released to-

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