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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 25, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Marie Johnson, 1719 Con
gress, attacked husband in Judge
Robinson's court room. Saw him
Sunrise, 5:45; sunset, 6:07.
U. S. inspector recommends that
new postoffiice be situated on block
bounded by Madison, Clinton, Canal
Andrew Ludington, Stockton, Cal.,
matched pennies with 3 friends.
T. W. Schoenberg arrested for
passing bad checks. Says ne was for
merly editor of Minnesota Staats
Detectives gone to Milwaukee to
bring back J. R. German. Said to
have passed bad checks on Peacock's
21 applicants took amateur wire
less examination. 5 failed.
Wireless telegraph rates on great
lakes reduced from $2 to 25 cents.
Lake boats to co-operate by keep
ing in touch with U. S. wireless sta
tions to be located at lifesaving sta
tions. Old Friends' club, theatrical organ
ization, changed name to Stroller's.,
State's Att'y Hoyne asked to un-J
ravel mystery of set of false teeth
found on desk of Chas. McCall, ass't.
George Maniatia, 1637 Indiana av.,
asked police to look for Albino goat
Family pet Disappeared.
Case of Dr. Ed. Luehr, 9141 Hous
ton av., charged with hugging Anna
Klimaszewski, 221 Marquette av.,
continued until today.
George McHugh, 4820 Indiana av.,
knocked down May McMahon, 5489
Lake Park av., when she refused to
kiss him good night Fined $100.
Stanley Skrzynecki's saloon, 2600
W. 23d, robbed. $23.
Two weeks' old boy found in wom
an's lavatory in Washington Park.
Mother left note saying she had been
deserted. Taken to St. Vincent
Otto Moese, saloonkeeper, 1100 N.
Halsted, died from slugging received
from 4 young robbers. Police after
with woman. Case continued.
Carlo Vallica, 1061 Polk, had fight
with Peter Carlotte over money. Hit
on head. Serious. Carlotte escaped.
Residents near factory of Chicago
Nipple Man. Co., 910 W. Lake, arous
ed by broken gasoline engine. Sound
ed like revolver battle.
George Kokenes, 1627 Hastings,
arrested for threatening life of Mary
Cremo, 1033 W. Congress.
State charities com'n to hold meet
ing at Hotel La Salle to discuss care
of feeble minded persons.
Educators met at Art Institute.
Want Spanish taught in public
Northwestern sophomores finally
held banquet under difficulties. Fresh
men kidnapped three, two escaped.
Butcher's truck killed Mabel Ras
mussen, 8, 1214 N. Hamlin av. She
was playing tag in street. Driver not
Movers of St. Sebastian's Catholic
church cut trees. Threatened by
crowd. Will be replaced by others.
Church to move from Bissel to Hal
sted and Wellington.
Joseph Kamfle, 2002 Maple av.,
Bvanston, suicided. Had been ar
rested by neighbor.
Albert McRae, editor of Stana Fe
magazine, candidate for president of
Glencoe village board.
Episcopal church's home for young
men at 943 Washington blvd. to be
made permanent. Is success.
Ignatz Mihalk, 12, stabbed in arm.
Tried to stop fight between 2 other
boys. Stanley Rajinski, 13, arrested.
Jacob Rehm, pioneer resident, left
$15,00 Otb charity out of $625,000 es
tate. Ed Cummings, sec'y to Chief Glea
son, resigned. Says he's beating
Chief Gleason to it.
Police of La Grange, Naperville and
j other towns near Chicago looking for
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