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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 28, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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St John's Catholic church, 18th
and Clark, held homecoming jester
day. Bish,ap"-3IdCavIck,j:tofer pas
tor, preached' JhpUsands of old
Two'biirglars entered 'basement of
home of .'JudgeGemmill, 5406 Ellis
av. Judge went downstairs to tend
furnace. 1Men escaped.
Hermanv -Kruse, sup't of public
works, Desplaines, died suddenly.
Heart disease.
Burton Spangler, 844 Sheridan rd.,
overcome by gas while cleaning out
combination coal and, gas stove. Re
vived by liing motor.
Charles Chaplin, Keystone movie
star, gone over to the Essanay Co.
Jerry Dubsky had leg broken when
elevator he was running fell from the
2d floor in Hotel Bismarck.
Burglars attempted to force en
trance into home of E. Adams, 1217
Wrightwood av. Adams and wife
reading in parlor. Burglar scared
Clara Pavel, 9 weeks,, Evanston,
found dead in cradle. Coroner in
vestigating. '
Charles Grjgal, saloonkeeper, 1477
S. Jefferson, held up by 4 men. $403.
Jeremiah Flyrin, 845 W. 54th, in
hospital with spinal cord severed;
the result of fight with 2 students,
jyho told police he insulted girl
friends. Flynn may have students
Coroner to investigate death of
Maud Evans, 14, who died suddenly
vat parents'Jipme, in Congress park.
Tjxfe art "gallery of London brought
portrait of Chicago business man by
Glen Ehilpot Picture painted here
last summer.
William Becker, 820 Christiana
av', held up by 2 men. $2.
John Wickstrand, 1104 'Sedgwick,
resisted two negro highwaymen.
Stabbed twice, and seriously wound
ed. Men escaped.
Alfred Smith, 3251 W. Mad.is.on,
robbed of $14 by 2 men.
Charles Haight robbed in front of
1127 North Shore av. by 2 boys in
short pants. Jewelry worth $100 and
$18 taken.
Theatergoers and restauranteurs
-are complaining to police about
street beggars. Lieut McMahon
issued Orders for their arrest Teff;
locked up last week. ' ,
Harry ,Epstein, 1302 Turner av.,
robbed of $2-by 2 armed negroe"s. ,
George Kuzanoick, 2504 Went
worth av., stabbed by George La Gu
lich in saloon when latter was re
proached for beating up friend.
John Mahon, 5648 Winthrop av.,
held up by 2 armed men. $8 and
$20 gold watch,
- Oscar Klein, clerk in United Cigar
Stores branch at Van Buren and
Halsted, bound and gagged by 2 men.
$11 taken. ,
Three girls on way home from
church robbed of handbags by purse
snatchers on south side last jiight
Chief Justice Olsen compliments
police force. Berated judges who
"have it in for the force."
Chicago ministers to co-operate
with South Park board in building
Grand Park stadium to accommodate
10,000 people. Bandstand atone' endy
and pulpit at other.
Ministers of second congressional
district criticised Congressman Mann
for voting with wets in prohibition
fight in Washington.
Jacob Hea, night watchman of
Schaack's.,agen'cy, 746 N. Franklin,
shot by 3' men standing in doorway
of grocery at 610 W. Division, Men
f escaped. Hea seriously wounded.
James Fitzgerald,- 3012 James ctf
stabbed in shoulder by one of 2 men.
at whom he had been throwing snow-
balls. v '
Stewart apartment building, 1200""
Lake Shore drive, caught fire. Small
Zigmar Rouski, 1276 Marion ct.,'
killed while playing tag in street, by
auto driven by Cleveland Whigqomb,
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