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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
James Walsh, 1548 W. Ohio, fish
erman, fell into lake from fishing
dory last night Rescued by lifesav
ers. Elizabeth Hinchman, 830 S. Mich
igan av., first in test for dietician at
County hospital. Job pays $150
month.
Thomas Gray received minor hurts
in auto accident at 723 W. Madison.
Treated at hospital and sent home.
Battery "B" 1st Cavalry, without
horses. Commander "Coursen asking
citizens for aid in securing animals.
Three daughters and two sons
named in will of Michael Naughton,
disposing of $100,000 estate.
Coroner's jury gave "pulmonary
tuberculosis" verdict in death of John
Carsons, 3344 Prairie av. Told
mother before dying that he was
poisoned by woman
Five men held1 up Lewis Strauss in
meat market at 620 E. 37th. Put him
in ice box. Took $15.
Two burglars discovered and put
to flight by hound of Dr. J. W. Was,
13 E. 111th. Got nothing.
A. E. Whitely, 515 E. 44th, drove
off negro holdup man after fight in
delicatessen.
Mrs. Mabel Comstock, 204 N. Cali
fornia av., dead from blood poisoning.
Dr. H. H. Vaupell, 228 N. California
av., physician, reported death to cor
oner. Nine hurt by falls on slippery side
walks in city. Mrs. Katherine Evans,
1452 W. Van Buren st., had shoulder
fractured.
Joseph Matrocomona. 720 S. Canal,
lost $270 in swindle by two men at
Clark and Polk.
Alfred B. Westrup, 76, 1305 Masonic
Temple, arraigned in night court on
charge of selling unmailable liter
ature. David Shapiro, convicted of mak
ing and selling brandy without
license and tax, paid $5,000 fine im
posed by Judge Carpenter. Starts
two-year term in prison today.
Boy scouts after $16,000 in sub
scription for new puilding and sum
mer camp. Work in loop today.
O. J. Cerber, no address, arrested
for theft of $1.75 cheese from com
mission house of C. W. Foster, 226
N. 5th av.
Herbert Moore, chauffeur for Sam'l
Bingham & Co., 636 Sherman, fined
$10. In loop auto accident which in
jured John Rainey, clerk circuit court.
Will of John Gerts, late of Bush &
Gerts Piano Co.. attacked by son,
John, Jr. Meaning of clauses in win
doubtful.
Chief Justice Olson issued order
to judges reminding them that min
imum fine for carrying concealed
weapons is $100.
Henry S. McAuley, attorney, whose
long sleep at the University club sent
him to St Luke's hospital, will re
cover, doctors say.
Three alienists named by County
Judge Scully as aid as advisory com
mittee on lunacy cases.
Mark Crawford, U. S. immigration
employment agency, had farm job
turned down by 200 jobless. Want
city work.
Saturday Evening Telegraph cred
itors ask bankruptcy judgment
Claim assets $1,000, liabilities $15,
000. Gordon Collier, son-in-law of David
Korshak, convicted "firebug," Wil
liam Murphy and Louis Jesuit fined
$10,000 each by Federal Judge Car
penter. Made opium was charge.
Sale of assets of Phillipsborn Outer
Garment House brought $95,000. Lia
bilities $300,000.
Herman Smith and two others ar
rested in raid on Room 1004, 532 S.
Sherman. Police took gambling
sheets. ' Smith booked as keeper.
Peter Chapis, butcher, suing An
nie Aluzus, neighbor, for slander.
Claims she told friends not to trade
with him.
Delegation from 13th ward asked
local industrial commission to vacate

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