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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 01, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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NEWS OF THE' DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Elmer Fanter, 16, confessed to
murder of August Jantzen, 12l8lcNi
Burling, according to police. '
Cora Warren, 6248 Drexel av., cotrji
mitted suicide in rooming houseax
1637 Michigan av. Reason unknown
Daniel O'Keefo, 3724 Emerald av.,
jkilled by CM. Junction train. "
John Hill, 135 N. Lockwood av., hit
by auto. Scalp -wounds. Auto didn't
stop.
Charles Henderson, chairman,
called meeting of industrial commis
sion. To ask legislation for unem
ployed, Russell JMcDaniels, 1350 E. 73d, ar
rested for disorderly conduct and al
leged attempted arson.
Fire attorney investigating blaze in
H. A. Born Co., 3201 Shields av. Oil
and waste on floors.
Allan Pittard, 3604 Indiana av.,
robbed of watch at Harrison and
Laflin.
Three boys robbed Milo Smith, 12,
136G K. 54th st , of 15 cents in Jack
son park.
Rob't Krause, 1515 E. 63d pi.,
broker at 39 S. La Salle St., fell dead
in fruit store at 201 W. 61st St.
Heart disease.
Barney and John Cunningham ar-;
rested in an attempt to enter saloon
of Otto Gnesman, 1967 W. 63d. Po
liceman saw them going through
transom.
Erhardt Fritz, 78, 3162 Cambridge
av;, dealer in brewer supplies, dead.
Hit by car.
Louis Berman, 1618 Fulton St., ar
rested for alleged theft of two
pair trousers from John Bell, 2003 W.
Austin av.
James Tynan, 143 Jackson blvd.,
beaten and robbed at Van Buren and
Ashland av. Lost $150 stickpin.
James Saman, 66 W. Van Buren,
robbed of $5 by five men at Liberty
and Jefferson.
Two youths "stole pocketbook of
Mrs. A. L. Wright, 840 N. Crawford
av. Escaped in auto. $3 in purse.
Mothers checked babies while at
tending services at Christian church
of Evansfon.
Philip Platandes, 10, 951 W. Erie,
dead. Fell four stories. Looking out
window for mother. Lost balance.
"Girls of today unfit to marry. -2-A
Mrs. E. R. Snyder, Illinois Women's
Press ass'n. ' "'"
Frank Rutzen, 3649 N. Sawyef'jiv..
threatened suicide. Coat andnac
found on river bank. '?
Mrs. Amelia Malinska, 55, 3005 X(A
len av., dead. Heart disease. "'
Chicago Jews to raise $500,000 to
aid suffering Hebrews m Palestiiffii
D. B. Martin and wife, Evansioti,
suicided after quarrel over carryirfg
of beer into house on Sunday. .
Mrs. Lena Hellen, 2411 LincolnjajH;
and several neighbors joined in vain
chase of man who tried to attack
daughter, Christina, 16,' in hallway. ,
Clara Fulton, 3636 Pine Grove aVif
hit by auto at Broadway and SlawA
thorne avs. Autoist laid her onefcf 6
and fled.
Gec.ge Ulaszek, 3630-S. MarshfiefoJ
av., shot in temple by Jos Ganciaitfe:
3639 S. Marshfield av., while showin'g
revolver. ,Wv ,' t
Auto of Roscoe Marine, 688 frViiig
Park blvd., hit stake in Lincoln ,parjc
and overturned. Marine arrested.
Woman with him escaped unidenti-
fied. "lltx
Seveial had narrow escape wmlft
2,000-lb piece of Wellington hotel jfijr
nice fell to pavement on Jackl&fe
blvd., near Wabash last night. I,'",c
Part of cheek used to make ifew
mouth for Justice W. H. Timlin "tfg
Wisconsin supreme court, at PresHy?
terian hospital ,
Charles P. Whyte, actor, faring
dpad in hallway next to Revere hpUfefr,,
Clark and Austin. Mystery. f ,
Two men and woman held"'' up
James Ptacek, 2017 S. California av:
$l8and watch. '"';
Lawrence Kornfind, 659 Blacks
1 hawk St., dead. Burned Feb. 22.

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