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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:12; sunset, 6:28.
Union bakers will not ask for high
er wages. Businessconditions do not
permit, they say.
Chief Cleason ordered close watch
be kept on all poolrooms.
Amendment of budget deferred by
council. Was to raise scale of wages
for different unions.
Chicago Methodist Ministry passed
resolution .condemning boxing bill.
""Those favoring it think it will pass.
Frank Comerford. attorney, today
will have right leg broken that piece
of bone may be used for left.
Chicago having epidemic of meas
les. 1,080 cases reported to Health
Commissioner Young since April 1.
Edward Moxiey, expert accountant
who helped convict Chas. Morse of
violating federal banking laws, died.
Virginia Caldwell, 2523 Warren av.,
jumped into lake at foot of Walton pi.
Rescued by 2 young men. Refused to
Police looking for Antoinette
Haase. 16. 5836 Wentworth av. Par
ents fear elopement.
Max Klein, 924 N. La Salle, at
tempted suicide. Gas. Dying. Left
record of sensations while being over
come. Three auto bandits held up saloon
of Joseph Nieman, 3501 W. 12th.
Nieman's dog attacked robber saving
$500 diamond stud.
Painters boosting "Paint Up and
Clean Up Week" of May 2.
Leslie Dunlap, 18, played "hookey"
from high school for month. Ran
away from home to go west and be
With his heart on right side and his
liver on left, Chas. Schuppel is living
in County hospital. Getting betteV
from vertigo attack.
Joseph Nowak, delirious, jumped
from 4th story window qf County
David Peterson made first rescue
of season when rowboat capsized.
Helped Harold Kendricks ashore.
Michael Maowski, shot by Jas. But
ton, watchman for Indiana Harbor
Belt road, dead. Suspected as thief.
Roger C. Sullivan rented summer
home in Hinsdale. Denies he's re
tiring from politics.
Leo Tamillo, 2740 Lawndale av.,
told judge wife took all his pay. Did
not give him carfare to get to work.
To get allowance.
Hyman Miller, 1540 S. Homan av.,
real estate, arrested on charge of
forging William Brandenburg's name
to $20 coal bill.
Clarendon beach to be opened in
July. Owned by city. Bridewell pris
oners making suits.
John Lizars, saloonkeeper, Grace
and Broadway, bankrupt. Liabilities
$15,000, assets $3,000.
Dean Jas. Weber Linn, U. of C, de
nies he had diphtheria. Later exam
ination of throat showed another dis
ease. Chas. Lon, Chinese laundrykeeper,
1812 S. Halsted, fined $100. Annoyed
W. J. Burkhardt, 4555 S. Halsted,
arrested while pawning stolen watch.
Says he was once Funkhouser inves
tigator. Philadelphia company to ask per
mission to start electric jitney bus
line in Chicago. Buses to be given a
Att'ys for Chicago Opera Co. to sell
assets of bankrupt company. They
are scenery, costumes and music.
Mrs. Timothy Cram, 4536 Green
view av., fined $5 in auto court for
calling policeman names.
Wife's suit against Dr. Stuart
Shurtz dropped. Agreed on property
Elite Head Waiters' Ass'n of
America to hold ball at Hotel Sher
man Monday evening.
Frank Bender, former city clerk,
caught Lloyd Osterholt stealing auto.
Mrs, Elizabeth Leckie, 5747 Drexel
av., suing. Dr. Leslie Schwab,Xor$20,-i