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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 10, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Warren Caswell, carpenter, Burr-T
Oak, EL, nit by cement elevator in
building in Blue Island. Died.
A. W. Comdohr, naval station re
cruit, fractured skull in fall from
sleeping hammock. Dead.
Charles Thompson, son of coffee
merchant, 4812 Sheridan road, fined
$30 for speeding in Highland Park.
Edward Carey and Bessie Fallon,
companions of Charles Williams, held
to grand jury for murder of Police
man Rosenstratter, fined on minor
Christ Galla, 2219 Archer av., ar
rested for picking up coal on North
western tracks. Told police he was
penniless. They found $265 sewed in
lining of coat '
Edward Barrett, 5535 S. May, spe
cial cop for Wabash Railroad, died of
bullet wounds received in battle with
car thieves who escaped.
Judge Ryan fined Abraham Kanan
ke, peddler, $25 for selling apples
short weight.
Mrs. Anna Collins, 1745 Warren av.,
struck and killed by auto truck driven
by George Davidson, 1462 Bryant pi., J
at Ashland av. and Madison. Driver
Mrs. Jacobina Erk, 1840 N. Halsted,
who killed husband with stove shak
er, discharged by judge and exoner
ated by coroner's jury. Self defense.
Joseph Clancy, 324 W. Randolph,
business agent Truck Drivers' and
Chauffeur's Local No. 705, exoner
ated by coroner's jury. Killed Arthur
Johnson, 4; 448 W. Division, with
Copies of the county budget, con
taining all jobs and salaries in county
service, are at permium. All gone.
Mrs. Fannie Abrahams restrained
from interfering with management
of saloon at 2000 W. 12th, by brother-in-law,.
Morris, until court settle
ment. Joseph Kenney, 1726 Belmont av,,
pinched for wife abandonment. Told
judge he had walked down' town 2
Capt. Zimmer, Chicago av. station,
asks permission of Chief Gleason to
allow cops to subscribe fund for par
ents of William Rosenstratter, shot
and killed last Friday,
months trying to get job. Given. ill
NOv. 19 to find one or go to'taork
at bridewell.
During a certain battle the colonel
of an Irish regiment noticed that one
of his men was extremely devoted to
him and followed him everywhere. At
length he remarked : "Why, my man,
you have stuck by me well today."
"Yis, sorr," replied Pat. "Shure,
me mither said to me, said she, 'Just
stick to the colonel, Patrick, me bhoy,
and you'll be all roight. Them col
onels never gets hurted.' Pitts
burgh Telegraph.
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Mrs. E. B. Haskell of Cedar Falls,
Iowa, now one of the leaders in mis
sionary work in European Turkey.

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