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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 15, 1915, MOVING PICTURE EDITION, Image 11',
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States, 3509 S. State
Washington, 3440 S. State
Wiley's, 2153 Lincoln Av.
"The Fifth Commandment"
Winchester, 1936 W. Chicago Av.
Mary Fuller in "The GirhWho Had
White Rose, 1420 S. Crawford
"The Blood of Their Children."
Yale, Mayw'd, 5th Av. and Madison
"The Goddess." No. 1.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:29; sunset, 7:03.
Gov. Dunne to talk on deep water
ways before Iroquois club.
Mrs. Owen White wants mandamus
writ to compel firemen's pension fund
to pay her pension. Husband died.
City officials of St. 'Paul, Minn.,
come here to study Chicago's method
of street paving.
G. Drebler, real estate, arersted by
Fillipi "Rem, 1008 Montana, who
charges him with taking name of his
Health Commissioner Robertson to
ask council to appropriate $1,500 to
run municipal lodging house through
Walter Johnson, Michigan farmer,
matched coins. Lost $150.
Coroner probing death of one of
twin babies of Mrs. Roy Loff, 3517
Reta st. Died without medical at
tention. ' r . ' - -
think him one of three men who shot
Sergeant McGuire in thigh on May 4.
Herman llgner, 1243 Roscoe, had
skull fractured when compressed air
tank burst in Topp Tire Shop, 110 E.
Ontario. Condition serious."
William Bergstrom, 1911 School,
droped dead in saloon at 1025 Bel
mont av., watching pool game.
Delegations from Hyde Park wom
en's club visited Chief Healey to pro
test vice conditions in 2d, 3d and 6th
Joseph Sordelinof, 452 W. 28th, ar
rested for firing shot at Gustav Mil
ler, 2943 Wentworth av. Refused to
Fred Lyon, 6816 Cornell av., ar
rested on complaint of father, who
said he forged name to check.
Mrs. Alfred Buchbinder, 1444 Wash
ington blvd., swore out warrant for
husband for abandonment Quar
reled over religious differences.
Patrick Sheehan arrested for steal
ing revolver from Maxwell st police
station. Sent back to Joliet for vio
100 brands of cigarets analyzed at
Rush Medical college. Some brands
found to contain opium and cocaine.
Lieut. Miller, Maxwell st., who
donned citizens' clothes to break up
sidewalk crap game, arrested one
boy. Judge scolded and discharged
Joseph Bumba, former deputy sher
iff, sent to jail for beating wife. Had
been paroled for stealing letter from
W. R. Johnson, Lake Bluff justice
of peace, fined $5 for speeding in Chi
cago. County board decided to advertise
for bids tor nursing contract of Coun
C. D. Blachly, head of survey bu
reau in dep't of public welfare, dis
charged. Civil service appointee.
Probation period nearly over.
Mrs. Rose Meyer, 3408 W. 16th,
took poison while despondent over
death of husband, coroner's jury de
cided. All Coppersmith murder suspects
released. Police found two more
witnesses who saw "shabbily-dressed
Chief Healey and J. J. Foster, sup't
south parks, approved Chicago Motor
club plans for Grant park auto park
ing space. To make inclosure.
Dr. Otto Budde, 3104 S. Michigan
av., arrested for alleged violation of