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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 28, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:19; sunset, 7:15.
Harry Mudson, former examiner of
motor vehicles for city, reinstated by
civil service commission.
Honorat AntonowiGZ. member of
American Bitter Wine Co., arrested
for operating distillery without pay
ing government tax.
Edward G. Johnson, suing for di
vorce, says wife Lucy has another
husband living.
Rosenbaum Bros. & Co. suing In
ternal Revenue Collector Smietanka
for $3,600, alleged overpayment of
taxes.
Louis Laird, Aurora, held by U. S.
sleuths for attempting to sell can
celled revenue stamps.
Coroner's jury decided Hugh Finu
cane, killed by 3-story fall from win
dow at 226 W. Madison, had no safety
belt
Ass't corporation counsel sent to
Chief Healey's office to try false ar
rest and habeas corpus pickpocket
cases.
Safeblowers after vain attempt to
crack two safes at 59 E. Randolph
st got $6 in stamps.
George Stalder, 1013 Newton st,
hurt when motorcycle was hit by
auto of W. G. Leininger, 125 S.
Seward av., Oak Park.
Fire in composition bed under
bowling alleys of Louis Bensinger,
Madison and Clark sts., caused heavy
damage.
. Clerks at coal yard of W. P. Rand,
J019 Grand av., held up by four men
jn search of pay, which had not ar
rived. Pres. Harris of Northwestern U,
made commencement speech at Ar
mour Tech Institute, 33d and Dearborn-.
. Felix Zrotkowski, 8847 Escanaba
av., accused of serious offense by
Mazel Tienz, 15, surrendered. Held in
'$2,000 bonds.
Workman Mfg. Co., 1200 W. Mon
roe, suing Thos. Halpin, 542 S. Dear
born for slander. Ask $50,000.
Mrs. Alice Cousins, 6232 -Jngleside
av., arrested. Mrs. Charles Carpen
ter, 6229 Ingleside av., says she took
cat.
Dr. J. C. Gill chosen president of
Chicago Neurological society at an
nual dinner.
Henry Brinker's saloon, 1223 S.
Ashland av., held up. Three robbers
got $20.
Mrs. Jennettse Smessart, 4119 Lake
Park av., made fire with gasoline.
May recover.
Ap't of Warren Edwards, 910 Lafay
ette Pky., entered by prowler. Got
$500 ring.
Exhibition of shooting and drilling
by policemen to be given at White
City next week.
Frank Williams and Jas. Smith a'r
rested ringing doorbells at Leland and
Clark. Burglar tools found.
Pocketbook containing $65 left by
Bertha Rosowsky, 412 12th av., May
wood, in Proviso high school vaults,
taken.
Fred Carlson, 1432 Wilder st,
Evanston, had leg broken when it
caught in motorcycle he was riding.
Abduction case, against Earl Reed
er, 150 N. Cicero av., put over until
Juije 10. Caught with Marie Young,
16.
Homer Sackett, former pres. Scan
dia Co., arrested for making oleo
without paying government license.
Property owners near Chicago av.
and lake to protest against proposed
site for armory in neighborhood.
Health Comm'r Robertson to ask
Chief Healy to enforce law requiring
muzzles for dogs.
Dr. Richard Lentsch, 2400 W. Mad
ison st, sued for $10,000 by Frank
StahL Details not revealed.
Sidney Eastman, referee in bank
ruptcy, says creditors of John W.
Worthington may receive little. "
Will of Mrs. Lula G. Knorr attacked
by mother, Mrs. Mary Knox, Spring
field, DL Undue influence used, is
claim.

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