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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 30, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 30',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:36; sunset, 6:13.
Fred Hug didn't live up to name.
Wife wants, divorce. There is one
Federal Judge" Landjs ordered as
sets of Fountain Inn, 17 S. Dearborn,
sold at auction. Place is bankrupt.
Frank Donkowski, 8604 Marquette
av., came home drunk. Threw brick
through window to wake wife. Hit
son. Arrested. Paroled.
Police asked to search for men
robbing alms boxes of St Bride's
Roman Catholic church, 78th and
Coles av. $2 taken.
Boleslaw Jenkat, 4, 1649 W. 38th,
played with lighted stick he took
from stove. Burned to death.
Mrs. Lillian Black and Mrs. Etta
Giuse, mother and daughter, 6248 S.
Sangamon, taken to hospital. No
dope. Became frantic.
Bessie Manion, 4350 Shields av.,
arrested for not paying $19 taxi bill.
Lydia Wortmann, 15, filed $5,000
suit against Dr. A. Cowin, dentist.
Says drill slipped.
Two more boys missing. Police
asked to search.
Ruth Meyers, 7, 401 Rush st,
bruised by auto.
Arthur Lang and Sam Keller fined
$25. Begging. Posed as fathers of
Edward Johnson and Jesse Warner
arrested. Shot at bartender when he
refused to serve drinks. Missed.
J. W. Watt, 680 Lincoln parkway,
drove family from house with revolv
er. Arrested. To be examined for
Good-looking tramp fed at home of
Alfred Hamfl, Lake Forest. Later
Neighbors' chickens tore up gar
den of Mrs. Lizzie Tinsky, Maywood.
Wanted them arrested. To confer
with village board.
Man killed by Burlington train at
Berwyn Sunday night identified as
Victor Nygren, landscape gardener,
Evanston. Had attended funeraL
Judge Newcomer in small claims
court ruled tailor must pay customer
$7. Pants shrunk when pressed.
Joseph Ziegervounded in hip. Mo
torcycle cop shot at speeding auto.
Bertha Winkel filed suit for $25,000
against Christian Peasch. Breach o'f
III. public utilities com'n to arbi
trate on 9-year fight over rates of
Lake Forest Water Co. Town claims
they are unjust
Sec'y of Cyrus McCormick denies
report he has deserted ranks of I1L
Man. ass'n. Says he isn't going to
Springfield to held woman's 8-hour
Att'y representing Public Defend
ers' ass'n tried first case in boys'
court yesterday. Boy discharged.
Robert Koske, 70, 687 Milwaukee
av., dead. Gas. "Playmates" found,
George Setter and wife, divorced
recently, to be re-married. He re
formed. Safe in office of General Furniture
Co., 11155 Michigan av., blown. $415.
Burleigh Billig, structural iron
worker, arrested as suspect in Auro
ra murder. To be turned over to
Aurora police today.
200 Armenians visited Lake Forest
in search of jobs. Chased away. Told
to come back to work a dozen at a
Myrtle Jones, 10, 2163 N. Clark,
killed by auto as she stepped from
car. Driver not arrested.
May Hayes, 5112 S. May, strgck by
auto which had collided with wagon.
John Nehlson, chauffeur, arrested.
Chicago Motor club sponsor for
meeting held in New Southern hotel
last night to boost for good roads
Police holding Elmer Hall because
he sent Minneapolis woman $9 to
come to Chicago.
Little Burlington, Dekoven and Ca
nal sts., to be raised. Work on new
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