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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 24, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Viola Bamasco, 819 S. Mor
ganfound dead in bed. Gas. Acci
defe 'Clarence Sherwood held to grand
jmjyfh $4,500 bond. " Charged -with
robbing two rooms at 815 W. Lake,
where he roomed.
JA'rned negro held up Fred St. Ar
naufT Garfield Park "L" agent at
Hoyne av. station. Got $5.30.
August Jantzen, 63, 1240 Burling,
grappled wifh man attacking Mrs.
D?ha Hoffman in her. store, 1230
PeW st He is at Alexian Bros.' hos
pprobably fatally shot through
'Mrs. Mae McArthur, 32 days with
out food, broke fast. Lost 30 pounds.
Mass meeting held by residents of
Lafjfe forest to discuss substitute for
movies recently banished on Sunday.
Not treated well in millionaire's
Andrew Weiss, 1230 Miller, hung
himself in basement of house at 701
Sebor. Couldn't find work.
3fonard Busby to testify before
Public Utilities Com'n on complaints
against service by straphangers.
OlUf Meyer, Oak Park, 86, did not
return from daily walk. Found dead
9Mrs. Katharine Kahout, widow,
1911 S. Loomis, dead. Gas. De
spSndent HI health.
estern Union and Postal Tele
graph offices report storm has crip
pl&l service in Illinois and surround-ing'-states.
Police asked to search for Marie
JeVefl. May have eloped.
Barnes Steffey, 7, 658 Wellington
av., pulled revolver from mantle.
Virginia Karlson, 4, killed.
Representatives of 98 western rail
roads finished testimony before fed
eraPoard of arbitration.
Boulevard apartment building at
Hateted and Garfield blvd. destroyed
bv'fire; 100 persons driven to street.
'Fritl Zimmer, 3025 Wentworth av,
Carl Olsonr steamfrtter, saved by
coat tail. Caught in sash when he
fell from 10th floor Gity Hall window.
John Bower held at S. Clark st. sta
tion. Accused of robbing farmer of
$400 in taxi ride.
Locker room of NichoPs bathing
beach pavilion, on lake, destroyed by
fire. $1,000 loss.
Arthur Jacobs, saloonkeeper, 3258
Princeton av., hung trousers on gas
jet. They turned on gas. Dead.
Richard Simons, negro 2581 Lin
coln av., shot in thigh while resisting
arrest Charged with annoying
Mrs. Blake Ozias, 129 N. Sacra
mento blvd., robbed of $59.
Mrs. Elizabeth Herman, 67, 5036 S.
Robey, fell from bed. Dislocated
hip. Died in hospital.
Marcus Nelson, saloonkeeper, 1901
N. Francisco av., held by police pend
ing inquest over Andrew Olson. Ol
son died after quarrel.
Occupants of building at 815 S.
Halsted aroused by 4 shots. Build
ing on fire.
John Kruse, 60 Desplaines, killed
by tree he was chopping down.
Eugene Breed, 4, Desplaines, died
in hospital. Played with matches.
Creditors in Peter Kaitis bank to
run his stationery store at 1607 S.
Ashland av., in effort to get money
Mystery in praecipe of $25,000 filed
against John CKeefe by Winnifred
Albert Dunn, collector for Paris
Laundry Co., 2330 Prairje av., shot
in arm. Refused to teH 3 negro rob
bers combination of safe.
Dr. C. J. Sutterle answered wife's
divorce petition by saying he never
married her. 'Wife Banee adopted
daughter in suit
Zowel Rosenberg filed petition of
bankruptcy. Has $310 wardrobe and
furniture worth $7.50.
Income-tax and drug registration
reports must all be filed my March 1