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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 30, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:47; sunset, 6:47.
Mrs. Antonia Cuzielik, 1638 Mc
Reynolds St., killed by Armitage av.
car at Milwaukee and Wood. Walked
from behind another car.
Mary Kratoczil, 19, employe Illinois
Home for Blind, badly beaten by man
who stopped her under "L" structure
at 18th and Marshall.
Factory owners at 63d and West
ern av. petitioning Comm'r of Public
Works' Moorhouse for new pumping
J. A. Olson Mfg. Co. in hands of-re-ceiver.
Assets, $66,030; liabilities,
$85,470. Made picture frames.
Maurice Givin, 1839 S. Kedzie av.,
fined $15 when Margaret Hartigan,
1050 N. Long av., told judge he in
sulted her on car.
Frank Parmalee Transfer Co. de
fendant in $1,782 suit of Myrtle Mit
chell. Says suitcase with $1,000 in
jewels not delivered
Sigrid White, 18, 4500 N. Keystone
av., fell from Milwaukee ay. car. Se-
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Mrs. Kaymona rryor, jii cms
av., received deep scalp wound when
bottle from 12th floor, Mich. blvd.
bldg., struck head.
Frederick Tillson found guilty of
using mails to defraud. Offered seven
piano rolls for dollar. Failed to de
liver. Joseph Dochtermann, defeated Re
publican candidate for alderman, 22d
ward, filed petition for recount.
Firemen's pension board reorgan
ized. Eugene R. Pike, city comptrol
ler, named president.
Postmaster Campbell planning to
replace horses and wagons for mail
collection with autos.
Bruno Ball, 4147 S. Michigan av.,
left for Evanston, Wednesday. Failed
to return. Wife asked police to
Amos J. Winslow, 73, Michigan
capitalist, who obtained release from
Michigan insane asylum by habeas
corpus, freed by Judge Scully,
Burglar carried plate glass window,
8x12, from store of Sam Kovler, 1732
W. 18th st.
Alexander George, one of Morgan
Park's finest policemen, appeared for
inspection with wrist watch.
Daniel Duchay, milk dealer, fatally
injured by kick of horse in barn at
2049 W. Superior.
Acute gastritis, not ice cream as
reported, caused death of Genowefe
Wiater, 1, 711 Ayers ct., according to
coroner. Edward Lakomecki, 3, 123S Noble
St., fell from 3d floor porch of home.
Julius Straube, 1617 Mohawk st
sent to Bridewell for year. Mrs. Han
nah Fischer, 806 N. Dearborn, says
he got $300 after fake marriage.
Mrs. Johanna Lisberg, 26, 6503 S.
Marshfield av., missing since Wednes
day. Police asked to search.
Two badly hurt when Common
wealth Edison truck hit Wentworth
av. car at 57th. Ed Brennen, 34L4
Parnell av., chauffeur, injured.
Engolf Hansen, Chicago, died in
Kenosha, Wis., after severe beating
by unknown assailants.
Thomas Moran, who disappeared
after three weeks of married life 40
years ago, found living. Divorce and
Welfare Bureau to open employ
ment office at 166 N. Union st. today.
Mary Grabarski, 14, 3517 N. Clark
st, reported missing after preferring
serious charges against Nick Kuhlas,
watchman, returned home.
..European war to lower price of
butter, says J. A. Walker, pres. Blue
Valley Butter Co. More imported for
Health Com'r John D. Robertson
elected chairman morals commission
Anatole Klintz in court fighting at
tempt of sons of former owner to use
name "Zero Marx" for rival sign com
Open verdict by coroner's jury irj
Qeath oX James Yiasek, 2245 S. Cen,-
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