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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 04, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 5

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Bt court. Sent to Bridewell to work
out sentences.
John Panegasser fined $200 and
costs for throwing "stink bomb" into
theater of George Zouzoneas, 1151
W. 18th.
Four auto bandits got $5 from cash
drawer of Spangenberg's Market,
1404 W. 14th.
Julia Novak, 1012 N. Marshfield
av., booked for larceny. Charged with
shoplifting.
Joseph Velaska, 5107 Lincoln av.,
dropped dead on steps of Polish
Catholic church, 2551 Carmen av.
Heart disease.
Anna Worisek, 7, 6469 Newark av.,
dead. Hit by auto Sunday. Wm.
Szopinski, 1140 N. Paulina St., book
ed for assault
Body of man about 30 found on the
Northwestern tracks at Maywood.
No means of identification.
Patrick Riley, 2027 Lewis st, and
Ed Wangelien, 2714 Florence av., es
caped from Dunning Asylum. Made
a key.
One hundred and fifty employes' of
federal building to take an 8-day va
cation in May. Congress failed 'to
appropriate.
Recent decision rendering wheel
tax law invalid applies only to
pleasure vehicles. Truck owners are
warned.
Wm. Andres, 122 N. May st., found
dead. Gas. Accidental.
Neal Scarrtt smashed window of a
jewelry store at 325 W. Madison. He
threw jewelry away when captured.
Some returned.
Competition with big manufactur
ers caused Theodore Gross, maker of
fountain pens, to go out of business is
claim. Bankrupt.
Mayor to have corporation counsel
attack law creating public utilities
com'n if fight for home rule fails.
William Jensen, 17, 1905 Cuyler
av., hit by auto. Left leg broken.
Driver arrested.
jyiontague Ferry, commissioner of
public works, says Chicago is going
to have population of 5,000,000 in'
1940! Now finislung municipal sub
way plan.
Friends of Alexander Kaminsky,
Russian violinist, borrowed all his
salary. Bankrupt.
Maxwell Dorsey, coal dealer, 3613
S. State, fined $100 for selling 1,620
pounds of coal for ton.
Frank Witty, 5749 S. Carpenter,
fined $100 for annoying Mrs. Mabel
Moody in Jackson Park.
Police raided flat at 6061 Went
worth av. 40 womeu found playing
cards for prizes. Fred Cross, artis
booked as keeper. Fined $25. Women
freed.
Auto of George Hines went into a
ditch near South Bend. Turned tur
tle. Collie ran to farmhouse and
brought aid. Nobody hurt.
Michael Graham, chief of Interna
tional Harvester Works' private fire
department, shot Belf at plant. No
motive known.
Sub-committee of the judiciary
committee instructed to take up re
commendations made by crime and
vice committee.
Ticket scalping probe still being
carried on by council.
Alleged 'defects in construction of
municipal pier to be probed by Build
ing Commissioner Ericson.
Franklin Wood named as receiver
for Hyman & Co., bankrupt State st.
jewelers, who failed for $75,000.
John Hoglund refused to live with
wife because she smoked cigarets
and didn't wear petticoats. To pay
her $6 a week.
Coroner's office to probe and see
what really killed Phil Brinkerhoff,
gas or poison. Dead man was fdrmer
clown.
Suit of Joseph Lloyd against H. J.
Goebbels, St Louis, for $50,000 for
taking affections of wife, thrown out
of court. He didn't prosecute.
W. B. Voliva, head of Zion City,
wants injunction to oust drug and to
bacco stores.
Mrs. William McKinney granted a
divorce. Told court how husband put
on Sunday clothes and deserted her.
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