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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 01, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 6123; sunset, 4:44.
Henry Lubick, 17, 410 Armour,
shot by saloonkeeper or policeman
while being chased, in gang of boys.
Burglars got $1,000 in valuables
from home of F. Juergen, 336 S.
Grove av., Oak Park.
John Grlcum, saloonkeeper, 1057
Maxwell, arrested with five men. Sold
beer, police claim.
Irwin Herspich, 6, 743 Lockwood
av., burned when clothes caught fire
from Hallowe'en lantern. Dead.
Nellie Roach, 2628 W. 12th, dead.
Fell from auto of E. Maden, 5637 S.
Sangamon, at Marshall blvd. and
Frank Smith, colored, 313 N. Ar
tesian av., arrested. Paul Smoka,
1331 W. Division, says he was robbed
in alley.
Frank Jarnotsky, 2134 Hamburg,
robbed by pickpockets at Milwaukee
and Ashland avs.
Mrs. Pauline Gesse, 1645 Dickson,
Jead, Illegal operation blamed.
John Mellas, 1134 S. Canal, asked
police to seek wife. Says she left
with $25 and boarder.
John Bertell, Pittsburgh, Pa.,
dropped dead in home of mother,
4856 Ferdinand.
'Alfred Urion. Jr., 849 E. 40th, had
narrow escape when auto caught fire-
at Wabash av. and Jackson blvd.
M. Rudolos, owner fruit store, 487
E. 31st St., cashed check for fake
health inspector. Out $14.
Ernest Suttle, 1454 Hyde Park
blvd. held up by three negroes. Man
and woman arrested.
Anna Henderson, 14, 6203 Prince
ton av., seriously burned when spirit
lamp started fire at Hallowe'en party.
Wm. Monaghan, 4814 S. Ashland
av., dead. Crushed between cars of
Chicago Junction R. R. at 43d and
Police probing reports that walk
ing saloons loaded with beer bottles
T-e appearing in various portions of
"orth "Side on Sunday.
A. C. Huebner, Chicago business
man, killed in auto crash near;
Akron, O.
Frank Harker, clerk Consumers'
Co., committed suicide in offices of
company, 856 Division.
Ralph Schiveley, 1646 Wells, bar-,
tender, suicide. Gun. No reason
Two friends arrested after they
"kidnaped" brand new wife of Frank
Abraham, 28, 2935 W. 51st, on wed
ding night
Aid. Ellis Geiger, 21st ward, struck
milk Wagon with auto early today.
Slightly injured.
Bessie Arbor, 18, Valparaiso, lnd
found at 747 Rush. Taken home by
Frank Jenner, posing as English
army officer, arrested - on bogus
check charge.
Russell Rapp, receiving teller new
German bank, Clark and Division, is
missing. Examining accoutns.
August Bridessen, 464- N Artesian
av., dead. Crushed between two wag
ons week ago.
Mangled body of unknown man
found on I. G. tracks at Randolph.
Believed to have fallen off viaduct.
Thos. CQrrigan, 8, 1018 Larrabee,
killed by auto of F. G. Gehn, 1936
.Mohawk. Dropped from wagon in
ffront of machine.
Mark L CooTc, 3744 Lake Park av.,
left Hallowe'en party to return, home
and committed suicide. Gas.
Alfred Shanker, 848 W. Grand av.,'
suicide. Poison. No reason known.
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Police tried to-make suicide theory
stand up in case of Sipke Hoekstra,
teaming contractor, found shot with
clothes burned from bo'dy on prairie
near Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul
tracks at Division st Sunday. Later
police found clues indicating murder.
Mrs. Hoekstra blames business
rivals. "Hev was slugged several
weeks ago,' she Baid.
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