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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 26, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 6:53: sunset, 4:22.
John McDonald, 661 W. Madison,
injured when hit by auto of Peter
Maguire, 1108 Taylcnv ..
Lawrence Washington, colored
chau:eur of Dr. Lillian HobbS, 4035
Indiana av., arrested in hlidst of gay
joy party for taking employer's auto
without permission.
Fred KnUdson, 1435 N. Campbell
av., found unconscious, Walton and
Leavitt. Revived sufnciently to say
he had been hit on head with lead
Richard Rieger, 6, dead, West Side
hospital. Kicked on head by father's
"Short-change" men got 19.85
from Peter Buck, butcher, 4242
Wentworth av.
Man jdmped from auto, sized pdck
etbook of Mrs. B. W. Sardinian, 5614
S. La Salle, then sped away.
Purse sHatcher got that of Miss
Elizabeth O'Conhell, 5542 Drexel
blvd., but it only contained1 25 cents
and key.
Miss Josephine Schultz, 645 Lin
coln pkwy., robbed of handbag con
taining purse of $16.10. Police found
purse where thief had thrown it
away. , .
Three women took refuge from
rain in new Evansldn building. Floor
of loose bdards fell thrbugh, drop
ping them intb basement half filled
with water. Mrs. W. A. Beckingham
lost $125 diamond In basement
Edw. Davidson, who entered North
western Univ. btislness office as office
boy, made cashier, succeeding P. K.
Jackson, who was missed at the sable
time $19,000 was.
Thieves got $1,800 worth of sil
ver from home of E. C. Barnes, Ken
ilworth. Policeman E. P. EIHott, Central
station, arrested Fred Myer and his
dog on Lincoln av. and Irving Park
blvd. Dog tried to bite him. An
other officer shot dog, then Myer bit
Elliott on finger, says Elliot
John Baumgartner, 307 1V. North
av., shot after drinking by Max Herr
mann, it is believed. Dead. Herr
man arrested running away.
Mrs. Mary Foster and rriother, Mrs.
Anna Penn, negroes, shbt by Mary's
estranged husband, whd returned to
share Thanksgiving dinner of only
baked sweet potatoes, said mother
before she died. Both dead.
One cannot Have faith in human
nature and hold down a position as
manager df a loop restaurant at the
same time.
This fact was proven yesterday
whten H. R. Pow, manager of the
Delco lunchroom, 54 W. Washington
st, caused the arrest of Mrs. Beulah
Dean, because she was unable to pay
her check.
In vain Mrs. Pean jpleaded with
jihri for ah hour to go home and get
the moh6y she had left oh her bureau.
She even offered to leave her glasses
as security. Pow looked at the
glasses and called the police. The ar
rest wag made only after he had
promised to be on hand to prosecute
this morning.
The same wagon which hauled
loads ol striking waitresses to the
central detail station carried the old
woman to the South Clark st station.
The Delco lunchroom used to be
owned by Charles Knab, an anti
unionist restatirant owner.
D. F. Kihally, cigar store proprietor
and professional bondsman at 62 W.
lith, signed Mrs. D'ean's bbfad. She
thanked him with tears in her eyes
for his faith in human nature.
A reporter called Pow up last night.
"She tried.to pull off an old trick,"
Pbw said. "Hbwever, I won't appear
against her if ydu say so." Thfe re
porter wouldn't say so. He was cu
rious to know whether or not Pow
had the nerve to prosecute the case.

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