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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 12, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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stepdaughter, who said he attempted
to attack her.
A. W. Homes, 6931 Eggleston av.,
robbed by 3 men of $21 on front
porch of home. Is collector for coal
Carl Bicker, 10, 5031 Federal, ar
rested by police, -who found him with
auto supplies. Suspected of having
robbed garage.
George Koch killed while at work
in Chicago Bridge & Iron Works,
South Chicago.
Will of Martin Schmults, made 22
years ago, approved by probate
court, leaves money to widow.
"Padded brick thief broke win
dow of jewelry store of Peter Miller,
2253 W. 22d. Got away with jewelry
worth 500.
David Grant, 1840 N. Crawford av.,
arrested while stealing-pig.
Thomas Barron, 6955 Wirithrop av.,
robbed of $20 near home by auto
Aram Asaslinieus, shot by his
brother, Setrak, 1312 N. Clark, died
of wounds. Brother ordered him from
house for refusing to work. Is being
held by police.
Otto Schwartz, 431 N. Clark,
struck by auto at Austin av. and
Clark. Badly bruised.
Three men overcome by gas in
rooming house at 745 S. Halsted.
All unconscious at County hospital.
Coroner's jury recommended that
police apprehend and hold George
Russe, 717 Mather, to the grand jury
for murder of S. Diagostino, 716
Mather, who was shot and killed Sun
day during quarrel.
Julia Donult, 16, and brother, Ed
ward, 12, returning to home, 1341
Grand av., after nickel show, at
tacked. Brother found policeman,
who arrested man after chase.
Nels ' Engiebicsen identified by
Harry Miller, chauffeur, as one of 3
men who had hired his machine Sun
day night and forced him to partici
pate in auto holdup.
William Hunke, 16, Blue Island, ar
rested for stealing furs from deliv-,
jery wagon. Said he had obtained
liquor at wedding night before and
that made him take them. Case con
tinued. Bruno Izan, 260 W. 25th, paid $145
for magic handkerchief which treb
led everything placed in it. His
money turned to waste paper. Two
swindlers got away.
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Mayor Harrison last night named
the members of two important com
missions. They were the morals com
mission and the commission on un
employment. The members of the former are:
Dr. Anna Dwyer, physician for the
morals court.
Dr. Emil G. Hirsch, Sinai temple.
The Rev. W. J. McNamara, St
Bridget's church.
John Koelling, United Societies.
Health Commissioner Young is an
ex-offlcio member.
Teh unemployment commission:
Prof. Charles R. Henderson, Uni
versity o fChicago.
r John E. Merrion, Deering Harvest
er works.
R. T. Crane, Jr., the Crane Co.
W. L. Park, Illinois Central.
Edward Tilden, Nat. Packing Co.
. Julius Rosenwald, Sears, Roebuck
& Co.
Albert H. Atwood, Western Elec
tric Co.
John Grunau, Brotherhood of Rail
road Trainmen.
Edward Nockels, Chicago Federa
tion of Labor.
Simon O'Donnell, Building Trades
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The Friendly Friends gave a din
ner to Bob Sweitzer at the Grand Pa
cific last night Judge Hanecy was
toastmaster. Many speeches. Din
ner was arranged before Sweitzer be
came a candidate for mayor. Organ
ization supposed to be non-political.
Sweitzer told what he would do if
elected mayor. Much applause
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