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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 29, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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In the swift and widespread advance
of government ownership the great
est industrial revolution of our times.
Old standards are being knocked to
pieces by this -war. When readjust
ment comes the workingmen will
have to be considered, or there will be
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:18; sunset, 7:16.
Cap't Jas. Storen and Detectives
Roth and Weisbaum to be tried Tues
day for graft Jury completed.
Officials of municipal tuberculosis
sanitarium invites members of Chi
cago Medical society to inspect insti
Will of John Cudahy, packer, dis
posing of $1,500,000 estate, approved
by I. P. Dankowski, ass't to probate
Frederick McKay, theatrical pro
ducer, wants injunction restaraining
Blanche Ring, actress, from perform
ing with others. Claims she signed
Bertha Benson wants $25,000 dam
ages from Dr. Merritt O. Hoover, who
she charges did not cure her properly
U. S. Comm'r Foote issued war
rants for 3 Italians for misuse of the
mails. They wrote Black Hand let
ters. Jury gave $5,500 verdict to Mrs
Mary Bradley, who sued Dr. George
'Ward, beauty doctor, for $15,000. Al
leged he injured eye in removing
Cof. Geo. Essex and John Van Os
tran shot each other in civil war, 51
years ago. Met yesterday on Board
Ceo. Mulligan, public defender in
'boys' court, defended 32 boys. Only
2 found guilty. Were probationed.
Police searching for Geo. fy'ch
ards, 411 E. 60th. Left home de
pressed over husiness matters.
Antonib Wakefield suing Sanford
Huston for $10,000 for alleged slan
der. Alleges he circulated rumors on
which wife is suing for divorce.
Nettie Fulton, 118 W. Huron, freed
of larceny charge when Duffy Ca
dotti, actor, failed to apear.
Oak Park school board refused to
tell what they had found from ques- y
tioning 9 girls who had been expelled Q?
for entering sororities.
Temple hotel, 755 N. Clark, and
Metz Hotels, 535 N. Clark and 517
N. La Salle, raided. Got 14 women
and 13 men.
Edward Gierman, 5706 W. Supe
rior sk, suicide. Razor. Despondent
Out of work. f
James Kotrba, 1404 Komensky av.f
shot wife and killed self after quar
rel. She may die.
Charles Stevens, 22, school princi
pal of Gurnee schools, missing after
quarrel with mother.
Fifty choristers of Moody church
joined in fight on fire which attacked
church last night
Isaac Block, 4252 W. Harrison st,
tried suicide in Garfield park lagoon.
Catherine Sustovich, 2346 Blue
Island av., had Ladislaw Renkowitz,
boarder, arrested for violent love
making. Then married him.
Walter Sinkiewicz, 3314 Mosspratt
st, shot by two robbers when he re
sisted. May live. Assailants escaped.
Sam Hessler, 8, 2839 E. 79th st,
held up by two small boys, who stole
his toy auto and escaped. Police no
tified. Ande Jarvis, 6356 S. Union av., put
under $500 peace bond when arraign
ed for trying to flirt with Margaret .
Gerbert, 633 W. 63d pi. P
Joseph Salat, 78, asphyxiated by
gas in basement of son's home at
1854 S. Troy. Believed accidental.
Matina Guerss suing Hiram Zum
baugh for $25,000. Didn't keep al
leged promise and wed her.
Board of County Commissioners
thinking about hiring special train to
visit San Francisco fair.