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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 20, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Harry F. Johnson, 3025 Normal av.f
kiUefl wife Augusta, shot self twice
andsUt throat. Had quarreled.
A&b Nutt, 19V-4322 Park av.f ar
restedifor alleged theft of $100 from
Hart-nan Furniture Co 226 S. Wa
bash'lav. dhn Hinch and wife, Anna, 906 S.
Magnet, killed by gas. Neighbors
aroused tc late by- barking of pet
Widow of Erasmus A. Barnes, late
principal of Holmes Bchbol, won $80,
OOOifJait for estate.
Rase aids Louis Hochstadter, 208
E. -53d;. to overpower two armed hold
up men. One giving name "Wm.
Curry, 733 S. State," arrested.
Henry Porter of Joliet died in home
obrfetherJohn, 1738 N.Wells. Had
beencbeaten in saloon.
Six-Jstory building at Congress and
5th av. wedding gift from parents of
Pauline Porter. Worth $72,000.
Man believed to be Daniel Phillip,
30UZ Colorado av., drowned when
auto truck ran through open draw of
H&sted st bridge.
Home and store of David Wolinski,
1501 N. Campbell av., wrecked by
gafeg.8 Political troubles blamed.
"'Shun booze," watchword of Chief
Gleason in talk to 130 new policemen
graduating from police school.
Belle Looker, 3941 N. Oakley av.,
found dead in bed. Heart disease
MarianoMadkierniczny, 22, recent
ly ireieased from bridewell, suicide.
s GB.dc Despondent. No letters from
Hnry Soudeck, arrested for paint
iagUwer all tobacco signs on N. State
st.pftned $50 and paroled. Had been
paid by dealer.
Doris Vaughn, 4301 Oakenwald,
av., divorced wife of Rev. James M.
Darnell, summoned to appear before
,dK City Women's cfub to wage
hrisptJor fight to elect anti-Voliva
school trustee. j
Joseph Shadduck, pres. Clark Jew
elry Co., 52 W. Madison, arrested.
Sold ring to Dorothy Horstman, 6325
Kenwood av., for $50; worth $20, girl
Charles Lincoln, wanted for auto
thefts, arrested in Port Huron, Mich.
Jos. D. Blodgett also held.
Fire in Borland block, Federal and
Harrison, frightened prisoners in S.
Clark station. Damage $3,000.
Mrs. R. V. Burnell, 6247 Kenwood
av., swore out warrant for William
Geldorf, former roomer. Left phoney
ring to pay board bill.
Mrs. Mary Grun, 1924 Howe stl,
arrested for alleged thefts of silver
ware from Mrs. Anna Maremount,
520 E. 46th pi. Case continued until
One-eyed cat caused disturbance in
Judge La Buy's court at Hyde Park
Over $400 worth of jewejry and sil
verware stolen from flat of Mrs. Mary
Carey, 4809 Lake Park av.
Rugs and jewelry worth $200 taken
from home of Mrs. Martha Mulligan,
4213 Grand av.
Walter Shaefer discharged in auto
court on charge of assault Struck
son of policeman and broke three
Emanuel Goodman, 1411 S. Canal,
saloonkeeper and candidate for alder
man, asked jury trial. Disorderly on
Edward Henkler. 16, 816 Milwau
kee av spanked in W. Chicago av.
station. Found playing detective'"
with loaded revolver.
Mrs. Louise Brunker, 529 N. Wood,
struck on head with Iwatchet by hus
band when she refused to put 2 girl
boarders out of house. Serious.
Charles Lutz, 2405 Clyboum av.,
arrested. Charged with malicious
niischief by Ralph Berg, who -says he
tore up contract.
C. H. Matthiessen, former pres.
Corn Products Defining Co., suing
John Duntley, Duntley Pneumatic'