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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 12, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Icy of Harry Huttig, former pres. of
bank. Premium held as asset.
Mrs. Anna Ricrik, 2416 W. Erie,
shot seriously by John Gernocik,
roomer. Both say accidental. Ger
nocik held.
James F. Woods, policeman, Des
plaines st. station, discharged for
neglect of duty. Let prisoner escape
while awaiting patrol.
G. T. Voelzko, 224 Erie, Oak Park,
robbed of watch worth $22 and $13
in cash by two armed negroes.
South End Public Service Improve
ment Ass'n of suburban towns adopt
ed resolutions against bad street car
Bella Garrett, 302 W. 29th, negress,
shot by Young Dandy, negro, 80.
Dandy escaped. Bella may die.
Joseph Magwood, butcher, 3982
Vincennes av., held up by four ne
groes. Lost $55. Olden Bryant, ne
gro, 4224 Evans av., arrested few
hours later with ham..
Clothing store of Herman Borov
sky, 1207 W.-69th, broken into. $50
worth of clothing taken. Four sus
pects arrested and booked as burg-'j
Helen Kutach, Muskegon, Mich.,
and Carl Krueger, contortionist, ar
rested in room at 619 N. Dearborn,
married by Judge Goodnow.
Truax, Greene & Co. creditors will
be paid in full, said officials of bank
rupt company.
Mandell Block and Barnett Rosen,
arrested for concealing assets of
bankrupt National Romper Co. Con
cealed $30,000 stock claim.
, Orlando Robinson filed declaration
in $100,000 against four church mem
bers who had him arrested for con
William Davis, 929 N. Springfield
av., found decapitated on St. Paul
tracks at California av. Police prob-ing.-
Mrs. Helen Sternby, 26, 3152 Ver
non av., suicide. Gas.
W. Vinklet made 5-year visit to Eu
rope.. Left wife $150 to live on.
Found her living with boarder when
he came back. Had her arrested.
Mrs. Vinklet said man supported her.
Case continued by judge.
Daniel Willard, pres. B. & O. R. R.,
to be questioned by council local in
dustries committee about building
new west side freight terminal.
Four Italians arrested in raid on
1900 W. 59th. Charged with stealing
$800 worth of rugs from C. F. Adams
Co., 1 N. Wabash av.
Mrs. Josephine Gasniak, 541 De
Koven, died from blood poisoning.
Scratched cheek with finger nail.
"L" roads obliged to put on extra
cars to accommodate Christmas
D. Flynn, 1377 E. 63d, robbed of
watch and $5 by 2 men.
Kost Naviskis, 2743 W. 37th pi.,
held to grand jury for shooting Mrs.
Cassie fichus. Claimed it was acci
dental. Jennie Schultz, 9212 Commercial
av., badly bruised when she slipped
and fell on ice.
N. B. Tailor, switchman, 8939
Brandon av., killed when crushed by
freight car of Indiana Harbor Belt
L. Heldag, 5215 S. Wood, asked to
be locked up in New City police sta
tion. Married and afraid to go home.
"L" roads tied up for 20 minutes by
defective car.
Valentine Oleymiski, 13, 8704
Houston av., is one of many boys be
ing sought after confession of 4-year,-old
boy, who told police he and oth
ers had been taught to steal. Vacant
barn searched. $1,000 in merchan
dise found.
Df. Grambow Thomsen Von Col
dita, 459 Briar pi., made sole bene
ficiary of $60,000 estate of brother.
Mrs. William Roberts, 6620 Justine,
told police burglars had entered home
last night and took $105 hidden in
Thomas Watts, ticket agent for
Northwestern "L" at Willow st. sta
tion, held up for 2d time in month,
$13 taken by 3 men.

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