Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 29, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
iptpyWBipplwii iiftji tmtsHfmm'mm9.m''--- "
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Arthur Lang and Sam Keller in
court today. Arrested for sending
letters to rich asking aid for widow.
Mary Stephens and Mrs. Clara Kit
tridge, sisters, 1126 E. 54th pi., taken
to hospital as deranged.
Louis Leuer, Highland Park, dead,
and brother Frank dying from hurts
when C. & N. W. train hit auto at
Police .seeking Thos. Warburton
and another as assailants of Sam
Lowenson, jeweler, 1133 Argyle av.,
robbed Sat night.
Alfred Arendt, Milwaukee machin
ist, entered detective bureau by mis
take. Asked for room and bath.
"Women of Political Equality
League touring dance halls say con
ditions best in months.
Sunrise, 5:38; sunset, 6:12.
John Wagner and John Miller ar
rested on roof at 623 S. Dearborn.
One had razor. Top floor is massage
Elizabeth Peebles, 8, 1377 E. 53d,
hit by auto. Roller skating in street
Frank Wisnewski, 16, told police he"
will lose job as a messenger unless
they recover his stolen bike.
Sam Goodwin, 462 E. 69th, struck
by auto at 47th and Champlain av.
Maurice O'Connor, 18, disappeared
with $50 collected from Wm. Reckas.
Emil Raduenzel, 64, grocer, 9002
Exchange av., found dead in bed.
Mrs. Christianna Zesch, 7844
Chauncey av., found dying in bed be-
i side dead husband. Gas. Accidental.
Ida Ray, found unconscious at 35th
and Halsted, is patient who wandered
away from Oak Forest home.
George Zink, 8141 Exchange av.,
dead. Fourth victim of explosion in
111. Steel Co.'s plant, March 17.
Philip Clarkson, 4476 Kasson av.,
son of Rev. Nestor Clarkson, White
Cross Mission, missing. Blames
Overheated gas stove caused fire
in apartment at 4167 Lake Park av.
Francis Keating, 14, 5156 S. Union
av., arrested with bag of chickens.
Jesse Johnson, paroled from court
of domestic relations, arrested for
Chauffeur of auto truck which,
struck Herman Magnuson, 2111
Bradley pi., escaped. Magnuson
Chas. Matthesen, saloonkeeper,
615 Fullerton av., arrested. Wife in,
hospital with fractured jaw.
A. Rudberg, 1936 N. Clark, lost 4
diamond rings worth $650 on N,
Clark st. car. Offers $200.
Police seeking for Jas. De Stefano,
14, 1014 Newberry av. Left home
Ls. Julia Mangold, 3079 Bonfield,
IjHd dead in bed by husband. Rea
Oscar Apelt, Oak Park, found dead!
in bed. Hear disease.
Cream City Amusement park at
Lyons destroyed by fire. $15,000 dam
age. John Bengeski shot and captured
with companion as burglar in vacant
flat building at 217 S. Robey.
Mrs. Mercedes Fullenweider, 5324
Kimbark av., widow, beaten and
robbed by two male companions after
dinner and taxi ride. Gems worth
Mrs. Mary McGarr, 54, 3921 Gladys
av., dropped dead entering Church of
Presentation, Springfield av. and Lex
ington. Heart disease.
Attorneys for 65,000 employes of
western railroads begin arguments
before arbitrators today in federal
Four burned when man touched
match to bunch of balloons held by
Angelo Digliglio, 2633 Superior St.,
in Chicago av. car. Panic.
Arthur Hellig shot in shoulder, Ed
ward Murphy, 1555 W. 14th St.. cap-