Newspaper Page Text
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:16; sunset, 7:21.
Motion to vacate case held up in
case of Sam Lee, Chinese laundry
man, 2737 22d, who-kissed and pro
posed marriage to 12-year-old girl.
Chicago Bar ass'n holds annual
Council license committee approved
Aid. Kennedy's scheme to appoint a
commission of five aldermen to find
spots in city -which need dance halls
and social centers.
Chief Healey commended Police
man Curran of Stockyards station
for killing Nicholas Finley, who
robbed street car conductor May 22.
National suffrage will be a reality
in 1916, according to Doris Stevens,
nat'l sec'y of Congressional Union
for Women Suffrage, on ;yay to
Walter Thompson, Michigan farm
hand, lost $150 to another Thomp
son. Pointed him out in Harrison st
Sam Bowerstock, 9338 Cottage
Grove av., ran in front of Chicago,
Lake Shore & South Bend electric
car to recover paper. Dead.
Ben Newmark, 3711 Vincennes
av., found burglar trying to enter
home. He fought and escaped.
Four South Chicago saloonkeepers
arrested for selling drinks to minors.
Russell Pethrick, confessed slayer
of Mrs .Ella Coppersmith and son,
pleaded Jiot guilty to murder charge.
Trial in month.
Woman auto burglar robbed home
of Peter Schuttler, 508 Fullefton
John Long, 703 N. Dearborn, ar
rested f dr stealing jewelry from home
of Mrs. Ella Hubbard, 4339 Oaken
wald av., while doing housework.
William Hayes, 15 S. Racine, and
Harold Flynn, 3730 N. Sacramento
av., arrested after chase. Held up
man who called for help.
Steel freighter Tuscarora rammed
Carter Harrison crib in fog. Towed
Russel Bassham wants $100,000
from Chicago, Indianapolis & Louis
ville road. Lost both legs in acci
dent month ago.
Joseph Crupka, U. S. army cor
poral, retired because of ill health,
shot and killed self. Had tuber
John Villum, 2037 Indiana av., ar
rested sympathizing with woman
whose pocketbook had been taken,
Identified as con man.
Mabel Lauer, 16, 1543 Orchard,
tried to suicide with gas. Mother
blames love affair.
Clement Yore, ad writer, and Mrs.
A. M. Plonke, wealthy widow, 1435
Greenleaf av., reported to have wed
in St Louis.
Albert Hugh suicided in third at
tempt Turned on gas in home 2240
Lincoln av. No work.
Am. Guild of Violinists exhibiting
Stradivarius worth $12,000 in Hotel
Sherman, where they are convening..
John Gill, 5241 S- Racine av., dived
in Sherman park lagoon. Stuck in
mud. Rescued by Andrew Nolan, 14.
Nicholas Pleimling, former sales
man for Perry Pipe Co., 118 W. Mad
ison, wants receiver appointed. Says
firm owes him money.
Emil Larson took poison at home
of father, 1535 N. Keystone av. Out
of work. i
Geo. Thompson, 2600 N. Racine
av., motorman, beat wife. Probation
Quartermaster Serg't G. E. West to
go before Fort Sheridan court mar
tial because 20 cords of firewood are
Henry Petit, 959 Altgeld, shot self $
in head 3 times. Ill health. None of
25 liquor gagers to be eliminated
from jobs in internal revenue office
$35,000 saved annually to govern
ment. Sam Gold and Sam Brown, 951 W.
Madison, arrested for following man
who drew money from Greenbaum