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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 11, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 11',
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Star, 1415 Fullerton Av.
States, 3509 S. State
Washington, 3440 S. State
Wiley's, 2153 Lincoln Av.
"Mavis of the Glen."
Winchester, 1936 W. Chicago A v.
"The Black Box." No. 10.
White Rose, 1420 S. Crawford
"New Exploits of Elaine." Nos. 1-2.
Yale, Mayw'd, 5th Av. and Madison
"New Exploits of Elaine." No. 16.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise,.4:33; sunset, 6:59.
Judge freed 14 men arrested in raid
on alleged handbook in cigar store at
614 N. Clark.
Mrs. Chas. Olson, wife of head
waiter in Green Mill Gardens, wants
husband arrested for abandonment.
John Floss and Sam Maybrick
booked at detective bureau for mur
der. Alleged to have shot John
Slomski, banker, May 4.
Three boys took purse containing
35 cents from Anna Turek, 1735 W.
Comptroller Pike has abolished
municipalwaerhouse which cost city
$1,700 to take care of $300 worth of
stock for year.
300 lodging-house keepers filed af
fidavits with election board stating
how many lodgers they had 30 days
A. Seligman to be brought back
from Detroit for embezzlement of
$1,100 from Bismarck Garden, where
he was cashier.
Mrs. Eva Cudworth granted di
vorce. Husband said he .went with
other women to "keep down trouble."
'First Deputy Schuettler went to
Springfield to fight against bill pro
viding state supervision for private
Wife left John Museritis, 2722 Em
erald av., because he didn't bath for 7
months. Sentenced to bath every
South' Chicago police captured two
girls who were going to run away
with circus to learn oriental dancing.
Sent them home.
Curtis Brooks, negro, arrested try
ing to steal handful of fountain pens
from Knox's store, Quincy and State.
Hundreds left Republic bldg. when
fire started in tailoring establishment
on 3d flood. Damage $1,000.
Corporation Counsel Folsom began
negotiations to get Clearing town hall
and school buildings.
Thirty-eight money order blanks of
Adams Express Co. taken from drug
store at 63d and Racine. F. D. Hal
Ian arrested passing one.
Violet Oensheski, 18 months, Mel
rose Park, choked to death eating
Fourteen men arrested in raid on
cave at 43d and Lake. Residenta
complained of petty thefts.
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iand av., killed by Ashland av. car.
Emma Klecan, 18, 4926 W. 22d,
tried to drown self in flooded lot at
32d and Kedzie. Rescued. Despon
dent over mother's death. ,
Ed Grossman, 7028 Hildale av., told
police he was held up by "beautiful
blonde" and escort Monday morning.
Ernest Pethmann, 2629 Emmett
st,, took poison. Had quarreled with ,
Alex Rubenstein attempted suicide ,
in station because wife had him ar
rested. Hold judge how he worked j
18 hours day for her. Discharged.
William Phillips, 18, left his wife j
because she was always dancing. Or
dered to pay her $5 a week. j
Desplaines st. police arrested 10
vagrants last night in their campaign j
to clean up W. Madison st
Council finance committee may
create board of estimate and control
to get efficiency.
Pickpockets when arrested gave
J 1044 V. Madison as their address.
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