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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 26, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Woman thought to have been
Helen Staropitsch, 1446 Park av.,
killed by Northwestern train at Ro
gers Park station.
Fire from electric charging ma
chine of Flanders Etectric Co., periled
many auto concerns ln-building 916
1004 S. Michigan av., today.
Wm. J. Lindsey, Democratic alder
manic candidate in 7th ward, arrested
for speeding in auto through Wash
Wm. Keyes, Rantoul, III., farmer,
told police he was robbed at 27th
and La Salle. Held for examination.
Wm. Tobin, 706 Wells, member of
Iron Moulders union, 239, dead. Fu
Six Chinese arrested by poliqe for
smoking opium, turned over to fed
Stephen Vician, 912 Hermitage av.,
suicide. Gun. Quarreled with wife.
Charles Felston, 1236 Oakdale av.,
suicide. Gas. Out of work.
Dr. R. T. Vaughn, ass't warden
County hospital, opposing use of
John Worthy school for dope fiend
cure. Needed for boys.
Mrs. Blanche Schneider, 6101
Stewart, found unconscious with gas
tube near mouth. Revived. Reason
Mrs. Robert Willis, 2036 Wabash
av., dead from gas taken Tuesday.
Names of 15 successful lieutenants
seeking captains' jobs posted by civil
Illinois State Bank of Chicago to
pass out of control of Lorimer and
Ernest Eichenlaub, 406 Schiller
bldg., freed of fraud charge of Jas.
Haley, 5209 W. Lake. Suing Haley.
John Cionovico, 1643 N. Oakley av.,
cut throat. Out of work.
Christie Sweetman escaped from
Desplaines st. police station.
Frank Smith, 2059 W. Lake, found
unconscious from poison. Has made
John M. Hartnett. 1222 Pratt blvd.,
appointed receiver for North Shore
News by Judge Sullivan.
Philip Barnett of Barnett Bros., 104
W. Jackson blvd., freed on charge of
taking $1,500 in jewelry. Suing Fred
Abels for false arrest.
Roger Sherman, 126 E. Grand av.,
arrested for stealing auto of J. A.
Schroeder, 3535 Ellis av.
Mrs. Mary Haverlik, 1632 W. 14th,
found dead by husband. May have
tried suicide with match heads, po
Schools of Gary, Ind., to close early
this year. Board unable to raise
Home of David Dangler,.61 E. Oak,
broken into by burglar. About $1,200
in loot taken.
George Washington, negro, failed
to support children, arrested. Told
judge he was truthful and denied
John Kosakavage and Mrs. John
Kileen, who eloped from Luzerne, Pa.,
arrested when they called at express
office to claim suitcase.
Judge Jarecki warned motorists he
will fine chauffeurs who do not have
new 1915 license.
Mrs. William Carey inherited $200,
000 estate of husband.
Property owenrs near W. 63d ct
and Halsted ask injunction against
Chicago Railways Co. to stop stor
ing and unloading cars there.
J. S. Hotten nominated for presi
dent of River Forest by postal card
Peter Mayer, 6142 Ellis, clothier,
suicide. Poison. Financial troubles.
Suit of Mrs. Statia Brouix, 1142 E.
55th, started against Chas. A. Stan
dish, former landlord. Says she was
John B. Watson, real, estate deal
er, 6310 Kenwood av., arrested for
forfeiting bond on embezzlement
charge in December.
Charles Johnston, 1224 Burling st,
.suicide. Gas. Reason unknown.