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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Dog of Thomas Pocock, druggist,
6219 Blackstone av., shot by police.
May have had rabies.,
Mrs. Amelia fCaShnrich, 85, 5131
S. Sawyer av., fell dbwn stairs while
visiting daughter, Mrs. Jos Laxow,
5112 S. Spaulding. Dead.
Thomas Miles, 1448 W. 61st, found
dead from cold in prairie near Mount
Carmel cemetery.
Michael Reese hospital physicians
call "twilight sleep" dangerous. Will
administer treatment but warn pa
tients. L. R. Wegner, 839 N. Keystone av.,
told police of futile attempts to get
doctor while child died.
Earl F. Cline of Los Angeles, self
styled millionaire, held at S. Clark
st station. Unable to pay taxi bill of
Over 28,000 "siwpeqt" notices sent
out from election board. Few an
swered. Fourteen men and boys arrested by
Officer Patrick Stokes at 5511 Ken
wood av. Dice game alleged.
Thief stole $200 from pocketbook
of Mrs. Helen Harms, 649 B. 44th,
after she had died .from heart disease
on Madison st. loop 'IT platform.
Mrs. SophiavZenik, 1229 W. Chica
go av., stabbed in back in wedding
fight at 1700 W. Chicago av.
John Botka and 11 cutomers held
up in saloon, 3031 Archer. Lost 65.
Public utilities commission to
spend week hearing complaints
against street car and elevated
Lake Forest city council to decide
big question of day, "To have Sun
day movies or not."
Intoxicated men brought into Cen
tral police station to sober up will be
booked in future. Have regular
bunch of "Sat. riight roomers.
Frank Anezock, 3109 W. 35th, stab
bed in back during fight with un
known man in saloon of John Bob
iasky, liberty and Jefferson sts. May
Emil Oangotte arrested here, taken
to Detroit. Charged with selling auto
sent here on approval.
Charles Calvin, 7144 Cornell av.fj
charged with attempt to sell "money
making machine," but on bonds.
William Humphrey and Harry
Keeley came to city to make fortune..
Picked cp freezing at 117th and Mich
igan. To be sent home,
Bromy Chorak, 8949 Green Bay
av., hit by molten slag in Illinois
Steel Co. plant Dead.
Bernard Ready, 5910 Indiana av.,
held up by two men. Loet $8 and
Charles Peterson. 6803 Champlain
av., fell ovecporch railing 20 feet to
cement sidewalk. May die.
George Burke, 1744 Chase av., rob-'
bed of $22 and gold watch early Co
day at 27th and Dearborn.
J.H. Griffith, 817 N. Dearborn, lost
$72.25 to pickpockets on Madison st,
Timothy J. Sullivan, att'y fire pre
vention bureau, 1319 Cornelia av., re
ported son, Arthur, 19, missing. May,
have enlisted. '
Alec Murry, 1600 N. Wells st., lost
$140 diamond stud to two women on,
Clark st car.
Fire at 664 Roscoe st routed two
families. Cause unknown Loss.
Coroner investigating death of Mrs.
Lena Swanson, 1067 Ainslle St., found
dead in bed with husband.
George Basos and 16 Greeks ar
rested in raid at 506 N, State st
Gambling charged. ,
'George Chaboz, 500 Cass st, left
woman customer in charge of store."
Over $40 aad checks gone.
Seventeen men arrested fn raid at
744 N. Clark. Gambling charged by'
police. . ;
Joseph. Fish? former ffre Insurance
adjuster, acquitted once' of arson, up
for trial again today.
To build $350,000 maphine ijjop
and' printing plant for education of
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