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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 24, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 29',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:31; sunset, 6:12.
Oak Park school board met in ex
ecutive session to reconsider expul
sion of 14 "frat" members. No
Loss of $10,000 caused by fire in 2
I story flat building at 1552 W. Chi
cago av. Cause unknown.
Andrew Jarvis,- 6356 S. Union av.,
arrested, for alleged annoyance to
Margaret Gebert, 633 W. 63d pi.
John Robinson, 5050 S. Dearborn
st, and two companions arrested
after rugs valued at $1,000 disappear
ed from delivery wagon.
Sixty-five taken in cleanup of Cot
tage Grove av. district by squad of 18
Elmer Mann, 624 Englewood av.,
caught after chase. Accused of tak
ing purse of Mrs. E. Schuman, 4628
Cottage Grove av.
Mary Ciro, 11, 265 W. 23d st, hit
by auto of John Bang, 2458 W. Van
Marajah of Karpurthala arrived in
city today with wives. Leaves to
night for Pacific coast.
Sneak thief got trousers of Charles
Hall as he lay in bed in room at 1921
W. Adams st
First motor bus for crippled chil
dren in operation today at Spaulding
school. Board bought six.
Oscar Carlstrom, 84,' taken to Deer
ing st station when found wander
ing about at Archer av. .and Loomis
st Has forgotten address. '
John Johnson, 1642 N. Park av.,
shot by daughter month ago for beat
ing wife, arrested for repetition of
Jay Ferron, 129 S. Sangamon, and
two boy friends arrested for stealing
7,300 cigars in raid on store of h.
Rosenberg, 14 N. 5th av.
Four ducks held at Fillmore st.
station without owner taken to dog
Two arrried men got $55 in grocery
of Jos. Casey, 12 S. Laflin. Met John
Kirby, 2345 W. Washington, $4.
H. A. Brown, 3655 Calumet av.,
roused tenants when fire attacked
building. All safe.
Sylvester Murphy, 5494 University
av., robbed of $36 and watch at 62d
Blaze in store of Falmaro Bros.,
2520 Lowe av., caused $1,200 dam
age. Under investigation.
Joseph Masinter, 4814 Calumet av.,
reported loss of $350 diamond to
"clipper" in Sox park.
Mrs. J. D. Morrell, 4751 Magnolia
av., told police of being drugged and
robbed after party in her home.
Arthur Michau, 6, 2823 E. 93d st,
shot in face by Averill Martin, farmer,
99th and Calumet lake, while tres
passing. Martin arrested.
E. A. Coney told police he believed
missing daughter Grace is still alive
despite suicide threat
Fire Marshal Tom O'Connor to
hold job temporarily at least, was an
nouncement of mayor.
" Frank Welter and Lewis Juneless
of Orland badly injured when buggy
was hit by Chicago & Joliet electric
car at Lemont
Autos of J. E. Webb, 6557 Aberdeen
st, and Tom Chamales of Green Mill
Gardens crashed at Michigan and
Frank Maypole, barber, 1325 La
Salle st, cut throat in suicide at
tempt. Will die.
Viola Leibskin, 1714 N. Central
Park av., drowned when canoe upset
in Desplaines river.
Little Review, of Lake Bluff, lit
erary publication, suspended. Printer
suing to collect
Karl Mitchell, business manager of
River Forest, leaves for new job in
Sherman. Tex., today.
Several arrested when band of
gypsies clashed at 2631 Addison st
Lars Larson, 1632 W. Adams st,
had foot fractured stopping runaway
team which endangered two boys on