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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
John P. Foerster, Evanston, former
president of Real Estate Board, ar
rested on larceny by bailee charge.
Mrs. Maria Buttas, 4641 Monticello
av., complains of loss of $4,000 bonds.
Julius Kanenski hit when bullet on
car track was exploded by passing
ar. Wounded in lip.
Otto Mansfield, 542 Wells, freed on
nanslaughter charge preferred after
le shot and killed Tony Hahn, al
eged burglar, July 27.
Forty-seven per cent of firemen die
rom causes other than normal, ac
cording to enginemen before arbi
Simon Rubenstein, 9, 2029 Gren
shaw St., hit y auto of Hill Casket
Co. Skull fractured.
Mrs. Bessie Gallagher, Evanston,
risked her life in attempt to save
3ats when building at 1414 Hinman
st., caught fire. Stopped by police
nan. Cats burned.
Joseph Majesty, posing as detective
.rom Milwaukee, got into fight in sa
oon at 89th and Escanaba. Res
ued by real detectives. Arrested.
Mrs. Richard J. Oglesby, widow of
.ormer governor of Illinois, seriously
ill at Congress hotel Appendicitis.
Mildred Tweed, 6400 Dorchester
v., slipped on sidewalk in front of
'ome. Broke hip.
Chicago Woman's club emergency
iob bureau has procured work for 758
vomen. Costs less then $1 each.
Chicago Retail Druggists' Ass'n
went on record as opposed to coupons
and price cutting in annual meeting
it 31 W. Lake, yesterday.
J. E. McCulIom, 3427 Shubert av.,
and Harry McCarthy, 517 N. Dear
born, held as holdup men. Identified
by Harry Pierce, held up in United
Cigar Store, Van Buren and Clinton.
Rob't S. McCormick, former am
bassador to Russia and France, in
Cfiicago on visit.
Over 1,000 residents of Englewood
join in petition for new building for
Englewood high school.
t Mandamus suit started against
mayor to force license for Colisimo
cafe, 2126 Wabash av. Place closed
Nathaniel Ecklund, 4559 Vincennes
av., lost purse containing $15 after
fight with two armed men at 45th
and Grand blvd. '
Mrs. Celia Bushman, 1413 W. 62d,
taken to County hospital. Charges
husband beat her. He Is held pend
ing outcome of injuries.
Charles E. Bond, 3845 S.. State,
commission man, arrested on "con"
game charge. Bertha Seith, La
Grange, says lost money in business
Joseph Fitzgerald, 1312 Granville
av., arrested for flirting with Police
woman Riley in Orpheum' theater,
110 S. State. Fined $10.
Estate of Walter A. Daniels, pres.
National Waterproof Film Co., worth
$185,000, divided in five parts.
George Lance, 2935 W. 36th, went
to 3522 S. California av., where his
wife had committed suicide year ago.
Turned on gas. Dead.
Emmons J. Alden, 820 Cass, elect
ed president of Mid-West chapter, Al
den Kindred, in third annual meeting
at Palmer house.
"Aleph Yodh He Medic," Jewish
fraternity, organized with banquet at
Great Northern hotel. Takes in all
John Runkowski, 2602 E. 74th,
spent salary Saturday night. Tol4
wife and police was robbed. Con
Small fire in Lake Shore hospital,
4147 Lake Park av., drove 40 nurses
into street. Damage $50.
Morris G. Reiner, 5755 S. Michigan
av., arrested on swindling charge on
complaint of Louise Simon, freed.
Lack of prosecution.
Eggs up to 38 cents a dozen. Scar
city of fresh ones given by dealers as
cause. Four-cent jump in two days.
John Daniels, 1010 W. Jackson
blvd., arrested as robber. Held to