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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 25, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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? NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:21; sunet, 7:13.
Thomas Johnston, 2342 Fullerton
av., fell while trying to alight from
Western av. car at Gladys. Dead.
Louis Dura, 1815 S. State st., shot
in attempt to enter drug store, dead
W hi County hospital.
Adolph Magnisson, 2331 N. Ridg
way av., put hand on cage of pet bear
at liberty theater, Lawndale and Ful
lerton avs. Bitten.
Mrs. Mary Huyer, 4440 Thomas,
had skull fractured by auto of Dr. Jos.
Kaiser, 1678 Milwaukee av.
Rudolph Ledncr fined $100 for as
sault on Mrs. Ann Ftidnik, 1434 Wel
lington. Matteo Steffano, said to be wanted
for murder in Blue Anchor, N. J., ar
rested. Morris Goldstein, 1625 S. Ashland,
arrested for selling Mrs. Harry King,
5637 S. Morgan, crate of strawberries
with six empty boxes.
Francis Birchmeyer, 18, 1144 Alt
geld st, held for theft of wrist watch
from Casino theater dressing room.
Warrant out for Harry Friedman,
poolroom owner, 1957 W. 12th. Base
ball pooL
Mrs. Bertha Hines, Chicago patient
in Elgin insane asylum, escaped and
jumped into Fox river. Rescued.
Sneak thief got $400 from Kasimir
Janosik, 3156 Mosspratt, while he
slept in room.
Herbert Winn, discharged attend
ant in Elgin insane asylum, indicted
for murder of Wm. Asche, patient, on
March 22.
Lloyd Anson, 15, and brother Ben,
4? 10, 535 W. 40th st, missing. Gone
west to fight Indians?
Body of unidentified man, tatooed,
taken from lake at 33d st. Believed
to be sailor.
Sophia Plusczenski, 7 weeks old,
4723 S. Elizabeth st. died in mother's
arms. Cause unknown.
Mrs. S. B. Hummel refused to pay
another fare after Cottage Grove av.
car had looped. Fined $1 and costs.
Three men attacked C. Crocker,
5639 Shields av., when he refused to
buy beer. Badly hurt Two under
arrest.
Olga Swanson, 21 mo. old, 8028
Marquette av., ate tablets prescribed
for mother. Dead.
Elmer Thiele, Cushing, Okla.,
wanted for alleged embezzlement, re
turned of own accord.
Associated Advertising Clubs of
World distributing 500,000 posters
advertising convention.
Lillian Mileztki suing Abe Cohen
for $5,000 for breach of promise. Says
he borrowed $200 from her in small
sums.
Judge Carpenter vacated jail sen
tence of Dr. Louis Wineburg, con
victed under Mann act Raised fine
to $1,000.
N. Heldt Hendriksen and Jens
Hendricksen, sculptors, filed indi
vidual petitions in bankruptcy.
Elmer Keil, 20-year-old son of St.
Louis' mayor, eloped with Marie
Budde. Married here. Member of
contracting firm.
47 spectators in morals court ar
rested. Ordered out of court room
by Judge Heap.
Western Notroglycerin Mfrs. ass'n
met at Hotel La Salle to discuss gly
cerin shortage. War burning it up.
Mrs. Bessie Smith, 7947 S. Car
penter, suicided with gas. HI health.
Two jurors accepted for trial of
Capt Storen and 2 detectives on graft
charges. Judge Dever overruled mo
tion to quash indictment.
George Keckeisen, 2303 W. 21st,
brewer, suicided by shooting. No
reason known.
Police looking for Ethel Wasmund,
3535 N. Oakley av. Went away with
girl she met coming home from work
Saturday.
M. Sable, 55 E. Chicago av., found
in lake off South Water st Disap
peared May 21.
Models and patterns of modern
methods of garment making shown,
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