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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 27, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO '
i Sunrise, 5:41 ; sunset, 6:44.
Sophia Yanich, scrub woman,
Blackstone hotel, died taking cold
plunge after bath in servants' quar
ters. Heart disease blamed.
W. Muvihill, att'y Chicago Law
and Order league, outlined election
Jaw reform to prevent frauds before
Chicago session of legislature com
mittee on elections.
Mrs. Margaret Murphy, 122 N. Kil
bourn av., had John Sapnok, 44 W.
Lake st, arrested because he failed
to return $20 bill left in shoe. Sajo
nok discharged.
Alice Heenan suing Max Guggen
heim for $25,000. Says she was hurt
by his auto.
Committee representing public li
brary board to appear before legisla
tive committee on park consolidation
to defend branch library idea in small
parks.
F. E. Suegner, 14 W. Austin av.,
driver of auto truck which ran away
in loop, badly bruised when truck hit
car. Police stopped it.
Henry Krug suing Wm. Gabriel for
$25,000. Autos of both collided Sat
urday night. Both blame the other.
Yearly report of State's Att'y
Hoyne's office shows 763 convictions
in felonies and 1,081 for misdemean
ors. $67,000 funds collected turned
over to Judge Scully.
Fire truck removed body of Steph
en Dobrosky, 6001 Wabash av., from
pole he climbed to fix arc light Elec
trocuted. Geo. Osborne, Denver, representa
tive of Farson, Son & Co., pleaded not
guilty to using mails' to defraud. Out
on $5,000 bonds.
Joseph Oczko, 8, 2418 W. 24th pi.,
throwing coal from Penn. freight
train, fell under cars. Right leg
crushed. May hve.
190 of 200 "bums" arrested by Des
plaines.st police fined $5 and sent to
Bridewell for spring bath. 10 dis
charged when they showed means of
substance.
Four alleged pickpockets, held at
50th st police station, booked when
att'y threatened to get habeas corpus
writ
Eight retiring council members of
Lake Forest stayed away from inaug
uration of new mayor. Places have
been taken by 4 commissioners. "
Wife and 5 children of Fred Nelson
pleaded for him in speeders' court He
was discharged.
Margaret Hartnett, 2119 Calumet
av., choked by robber, who escaped
with purse containing $55.
Helmer Fandell, 19, 5326 N. Ash
land av., badly burned when gasoline
he was pouring in motorcycle tank:
became ignited.
Stephan Yoman, 113 E. Illinois, ac
cidentally shot self in left hand. Ex
amining revolver of friend.
Man who gave name of Dr. Fred
Bisdom, 66, 559 Fullerton pkwy.,:
fined $100 by judge on disorderly
charge. '
r Police probing fire which destroy-J
ed barn at 1141 W. 14th pi. House of
John Greenberg, next door, robbed of -$85
when family was chased to the
street by smoke.
Mrs. Florence Grim, 65, 105 S. Cal-
ifornia av., killed herself because'
"friend" to whom she loaned $100 5
had left city. Saved money for5
burial I
Coroner's' jury found that Mrs.1
Annie Jeiusahnski, 3515 Forrestville,
took poison on grave of husband
while temporarily insane. 1
Sup't of Dunning asylum investi-
gating how Louis Jensen, a patient,1
obtained razor with which he killed3
himself.
West Hammond pojice hunting fort
man who shot and killed two farm-..
ers Sunday.
Police sav Burt Aikman. delicates-1
sen owner found dead in store atl
3659 Indiana av., Sunday, took poison
to escape blackmailers.
Body taken from lake at 9th st
Supposed to be that of John Lapinsio,

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