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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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Schreiber, 2423 S. Racine, where he
roomed. ' ' "'
Ge. Lill, 70, 5053 Sheridan rd.,
pres. coal company)civil war veteran,
wedded Miss Oharlotte Dalton in
Waukegan. -
Insurance company holding up the
payment of $12,500 to Midway har
dens until it can investigate robbery
in which that amount was lost-
Playing soldfer, Peter Miss, 5, stab
bed Christina Craiak, 5, 140 155tb
pL, with glass splinter. Dead.
School board is free from graft,
says Pres. M. J. Collins. .
Labor leaders indicted by federal
grand jury for alleged illegal restraint
of trade argue before Judge Landis
that there is no proof of conspiracy.
"Copy methods of the trusts in
conducting your churches and you
will have greater success," Rev. H. C.
Herring, Boston, told Christian En
deavorers. H. C. Logan, Chicago promoter, ar
rested in Seattle for misuse of mails.
Bert Clarke, comedian "Maid in
America," found dictagraphs conceal
ed in his room and in that" of a show
girl. Wife says she didn't do it
John Clark, 751 Sebor, told police
he was chauffeur for auto crew which
held up dozen saloonkeepers on West
Side Sunday morning.
John Drzerska, saloonkeeper, 1710
FuHerton, cashed six checks for la
borers, thinking them employed on
neighborhood buildings. Out $104.
Mrs. Mamie Arkins, 27, 5656 Lake
Park av., dead. Alleged illegal opera
tion. Died before she could divulge
name of physician.
Frank Graves, found shot in his
garage, Thursday, carried ?260.0QQ
life insurance, payable even in case
of suicide. Police know no motjye
for either murder or suicide.
Four youths in a black limousine
kidnaped Anna Adams from the cor
ner of Franklin st and Chicago av.
last night'
In the, fight inside the qar $he girl
was' knocked unconscious. Late last
nigbt she awolif on a prairje at W.
63d and Kedzie av. She crept to a
sidewalk and was found b ya man
who put her on a street car.
At midnight Anna told her story to
the police of the W. Lake st station.
Her face was bruised and her dress
was torn to shreds. At one part of
her story she collapsed in the arms
of her father who had accompanied
he rto the station.
All police stations have received a.
description of the car and tpday 2,000
policemen are on the lookout fpr the
Police say this is the most daring
assault in years.
The girl had been visiting friends,
in Evanston. She left the Northwest-"
ern "L' at Chicago av. to take a car
The Englewood prowler who has
attacked so many women recently at
tempted to add another victim to his
lengthy list last night
The Tyoman, Mrs. Anna Floss, 7515
S. Morgan st, was attacked by the,
man near ber home. He hit her a
glancing blow with a blackjack and
she screamed for aid. The man fled.
o o
"While Etta and I were going to
town on a train this morning the con
ductor came along and looked at us
as if we hadn't paid our fares!"
"Welli, what did you do?" .
"We looked as if we had." J

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