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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:17; sunset6:25.
A. A. Tubbs, promoter, arrested for
con game. FeUz Schwandner says he
gave him $10 for worthless stock.
Chicago Ass'n of Commerce passed
resolution opposing "fifty-car freight
train" and "full switching crew" bills
now before legislature.
Visiting Nurses Ass'n last year
aided 31,981 persons among poor of
Rock Island train carrying $1,000,
000 worth of silk rushed through
Chicago on way to New York. Guard
ed by 20 armed men.
Muarice Dunne, son of governor, is
classic dancer. To appear before the
public at Orchestra halL
County board to protest against
number of new laws passed by legis
lature. Fearful of effect on taxes.
Finance committee of council held
executive session last night Dis
cussed demands of unions for more
Mrs. Isabel Schroeder, 4619 Calu
met av., suing for divorce. Does not
Women employes of Western
Union Telegraph Co. to have hour
less at work.
Directors of Chi. Athletic ass'n to
present Mayor-elect Thompson, with
life membership at banquet
Eva Graham, 345 E. 43d, taken to
police station when she caused dis
turbance in front of home of former
sweetheart, Herbert Illing, 3840 Wil
T av.. recently married.
Sir Thos. Shaughnessy, head of
Canadian Pacific railroad, stopped in
Chicago on "trip to coast Predicts
peace and prosperity.
1,245 persons obtained employment
through federal bureaus in last two
months, says report.
Paul Fuchs fined $100 for posing as
physician. Had offices at 4303 Cot
tage Grove av.
Money order business in postoffice
shows Si.OQO.OOO increase over same
period last year.
Clarence McMurray tried to escape
from Bridewell. Caught. Had drawn
6 mo. sentence for vagrancy. ?
Arthur Quinn, son of 21st ward
boss, fined $5. Speeding. gk
William Joyce, 2800 Archer av.,3
stone mason, dead. Fractured skull.
Mrs. Ida Ruetter, S. Chi., dead.
Grieved over husband's death. Killed s
by train 4 months ago. ,
George Walsh, 3115 S. Ridgewayi
av., hurt. Motorcycle ran into wagon. "
Otto Link, 4628 Cottage Grove av, 1
arrested on complaint 'of girl. Says
he annoyed her. Refused to tell her 1
William Weibolt, 60, grocer, beaten 3
in store by 2 negroes. Police prob
ing. Charles Heide, 3312 Osgood, fined''
$10 and costs. Beat aged mother.
Steven Kornienko arrested rn N. Y.
while boarding boat for Italy. Dr. W. -J.
Sieminowicz, 4105 N. Avers av., &
lost $2,350 in jewelry. -
Wm. Greve, 5123 N. Ashland av.,
fined $10. Speeding on cycle. First '
time on machine. s
Spyros Papasirides, 22, 1445 W. 1
Taylor, and wife frfeed on charge of .
stealing her father's trunk. 2
Seven janitors arrested in raid on 3
Janitors Social Club, 4624 Clifton av.
Auto of C. J. Garrison, 549 Rush, h
started off in loop when he cranked
it. Several autos damaged. -v 3
Diamond Canell filedsurt against
Gust Batsakis for $25,000. Says he
turned his daughter's heart against a w
Police looking for man 'Who -shot 4
Carmia Catrona, 932 Orleans, yes- a
terday on Belt Line railroad tracks.
May die. C
Judge Heap of morais court in-
dorsed Public Defenders' League for -Girles,
recently formed with Nellie
Carlin as president. ' i
W. H. McCullough, River Forest,
two jiLrefusedi ttupay avater-taxibecaas hes