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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 28, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wenel Zobal, 109 Austin av., ar
rested for sending threatening letter
to Mayor Harrison. Paroled from In
san asylum last June.
Michael Hayes, stenographer for
Ben Strauss, note broker, cited for
contempt after refusal to appear in
Charles Ledowski case.
Colosimo cafe, 2128 Wabash av.,
granted new license by Mayor Harri
son. Thomas Gardner and wife saved
self by flight through second-story
window in fire at 169 W. Chestnut st.
Gennaro Vicedomini. baker, 852 S.
Halsted, missing. Police asked to
Peter McKay, found partly frozen
in shack at 61st and I. C. tracks, dead
in County hospital Blood poison.
John Wigmore, dean of Northwest
ern School of Law, broke arm while
Rev. James Morrison Darnell said
to be on way to city. Refused license
to wed "Ruth Soper in Owatonna,
Leonard Busby, head of Chicago
Railways Co., held conference with
Hoyne. Asking indictment of Sidney
Ossosski, former claim agent, rumon
Score frightened from Drexel hotel,
606 N. Clark St., by fire caused by
crossed wires. Damage $100.
Officials of Harvey, III., trying to
tax autqs of Chicago department
stores which attempt deliveries in
town. ' , '
Leo Fisher, 534 W. Superior st,
shot in Back and seriously hurt by
companion after quarrel. Two boyB
Mrs. Edna KJemm, 4809 Evans av.,
arrested on bum check charge, said
to have confessed at detective bureau.
Municipal dancing school opened
at 443 N. Clark st. under direction of
L. Z. Meder of welfare bureau.
Twilight sleep discussed officially
at clinical congress of Chicago Med
ical society, 25 E. Washington st.
Many children suspended from
school as a result of order to keep all
exposed from chicken pox infection
home for ten days.
"If earthquake came to city with
vibration only one-fourth inch, an
buildings would tumble." Prof. R.
D. Salisbury of U. of C.
"God help the Serbians to finish
their old enemies." Prayer of An
thony Wolf at Serbian National club
August Kreuger, 75, 304$ S. Loo
mis, and Mrs. Elizabeth McClement,
57, 3614 Hamilton av., dead. Said
to be result of falls to icy sidewalks.
James E. Quan of public utilities
commission has called representa
tives of phone companies, to confer
ence at Springfield Friday.
Quarantine over Union stockyards
in hoof and mouth disease fight may
Rudolph Stepnaek and Frank Lack
ner, 1834 W. 22d pL. sentenced to
year in Bridewell for defrauding in
stalment furniture concerns.
Charles Haering, 7131 Prairie av.,
janitor, badly beaten in basement at
7122 Normal blvd. Assailant un
known. Marion Johnson and William
Davis, 1833 Wilson av., arrested on
complaint of Davis' wife, arraigned
in Judge LaBuy's court. Cases con
tinued. Michael Usilac, 10810 Hoxie av.,
fined ?3 and costs on complaint of
niece, Catherine Usilac, 10812 Hoxie.
Says he pulled handful ef hair out.
John P. Foerster, Evantton, real es
tate dealer, held to grand jury, charg
ed with larceny by bailee by Mrs.
Marion Buttas4641 Montieello av.
Policeman Thomas Bassatt, Raw
son st station, discharged from force
for intoxication while on duty.
Mrs. H. Goldsmith, grocer, 4121
Wentworth av., held up in store by
three men; ?30.
Eight jurors selected in Judge Do
ver's court for trial pf Father Mun,