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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 13, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 11',
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Star, 1453 Milwaukee Av.
"The Goddess." No. 1.
Star, 1415 Fullerton Av.
States, 3509 S. State
Washington, 3440 S, State
Wiley's, 2153 Lincoln Av.
Winchester, 1936 W. Chicago Av.
"The Girl of the Night."
White Rose, 1420 S. Crawford
Yale, Mayw'd, 5th Av. and Madison
"The Voice From the Taxi."
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise,'4:31; sunset, 7:01.
Arthur Anderson, 14, 3011 Parnell
av., climbed to top of electric! light
pole and touched wire on dare. Killed.
Three boys arrested for shooting
craps at 75th and Halsted on side
walk. Old man with boy robbing stores in
Brighton Park police district. Chas.
Mattas, haberdasher, 3059 W. 39th,
Two negroes want $500 apiece
from James Poulos, keeper of restau
rant at 455 W. 43d, whose employe
refused them meals. Case continued
Bernard Morris asks writ of man
damus commanding city to reinstate
him as patrolman. Fired on charge
of taking fee from undertaker. De
Dr. Louis Wineburg, convicted of
violating Mann act, to be sentenced
or granted new trial today.
John Hazard, son of Kansas farm
er, arrested in I. C. yards for flipping
freight. Discharged by judge. Look
ing for work.
Mrs. Louise Langerdorf, 2451 W.
Division, lost head while learning to
drive car. Auto struck and bruised
Meyer Silverstein, 63, and two chil
dren. First letter received by Capt P. D.
O'Brien in new job as head of de
tectives is request to look for Frank
Widerich. No trace found.
John Quincy Adams, salesman, 123
S. Hamilton av., dropped dead of
heart disease at 2002 W. Adams.
Michael Grishuk, found dead in a
rooming house at 1117 W. 14th pi.
Police piobing. Face discolored.
Mary Cornell told judge she put
whisky in aching tooth. Judge dis
charged her to have it pulled.
Five men arrested by police. They
robbed flat of Sam Sigel, 1300 W.
14th. Trailed to another house by
feathers which dropped from leaking
Frank Edwards arrested with pack
age of stolen jewelfy. Denies he
Mrs. Delia Held, 5112 N. Long av.,
stepped through hole 'in sidewalk. '
Suing city for $25,000.
Edward Mertz, 2, West Chicago,
rf(jll into tub of water in yard. Dead.
Joseph Fedele, 5, 1104 S. Sanga- 1
.mon, killed by Bartholomae & Roe- d
sing brewery wagon. Driver did not
Chicago will probably have revenue
cutter. Funds to be provided.
Mrs. Emma Wenfield, 52, 5030 S.
Michigan av., and daughter, Rose,
bruised when latter drove auto into
Lincoln park giraffes and elephant '
transferred to summer suarters.
Col. Wm. Judson to open bids for J
removal of hulk of steamship Iowa, -sunk
3 miles off Grand av. in March.
Fred Keller and Harry McGarr sen-
tenced to 30 days for attempting to J
steal baby buggy. ,
Triplets whose total weight is 4
pounds, brought to Riverview incu- ,
Former U. S. Senator Mason to be -appointed
to board of local improve
ments by Mayor Thompson in next
few days, is report.
Chicago may take care of Angelo
Lunardi, Highland Park's leper. He