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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 05, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:21.
Thomas Higgins, 1301 Wells st,
hit by one auto and run over by an
other at 55th andTBrafrie av. Seri
Mrs. Winifred McGill, 249 W.
Adams St., suidice. Gas. Husband
Dr. Eva Shaver, 1120 Sedgwick st.,
indicted in death of Anna Johnson
by abortion and bullet, granted bail
Frank Dolan, 2646 W. Van Buren,
painter, killed by gas in bath tub.
State's Att'y Hoyne and Prosecu
tors Duvall and Bell had pockets
picked in criminal court elevator.
Dr. Milton B. Titus, 1065 W. Madi
son, held for trial for violation of the
Harrison drug act.
Skeleton of unidentified man found
in basement of vacant house at 645
S. Clark st
Fifty pupils from eighth grade of
Francis Willard school visited Mayor
Thompson in his office yesterday.
James Hibbert, 208 N. Hamlin av.,
insurance agent, suicide. Gas. Fear
ed loss of sight.
Vincent Durry, 5032 W. 22d pi., and
Frank Touth, Cicero, badly hurt
when biplane fell on Cicero aviation
Judge Trude in night court found
Metropolitan "L" Co. guilty of 6 vio
lations of ventilation ordinance; Oak
Park "L" two.
Thirty-two cases of tomato pulp
taken from warehouse of Griswold &
Walker by federal officers. Impure
Donald Dawson, charged with
transporting Ethel Smith, 15, to Chi
cago, pleaded guilty to violation of
County board's inquiry into office
of county agent to start Tuesday
Unidentified man rescued from
drowning near mouth of river when
he fell off pier. Coxswain A. F. Tay
lor, naval reserves, went to aid.
Twenty-one horses saved by po
licemen when incendiary fire attacked
W. H. Bowers Ice Co. barn, Evanston.
Jacob Falk, 1250 N. Rockwell st,
locked in ice box by "ice box in
spector" who visited butcher shop. a
Lost $19. "-J
Policeman John J. Hayes broke leg
stopping runaway team of Spiegel
Co., 127 S. Wabash av. Geo. Roth,
driver, 1736 N. Clark, held for leaving
Barney Axelrod sought by police.
Girl told of being held captive in
house until place was raided by the
Herman Pfeifer and two others
held up in store at 2531 N. Halsted.
Three robbers got $300.
William Ketcheson, 16, errand boy
for C. L. Freeman, druggist, 3420
Sheffield av., missing with $100.
Chief Healey and Aldermen Mur
ray and Healy to speak at anti-vice
meeting at Lewis institute, Robey
and Madison, tomorrow at 3 p. m.
Five men arrested as bums in va
cant lot at Illinois and Senaca sts.
sentenced to clean up Chicago av.
Wm. B. Prescott, 1030 N. La Salle
st, former head Typographical
union, suffering with apoplexy.
Mrs. Mary Barth, 906 Geary, asked
police to find husband, missing six
months. Baby born.
Suit for $10,000 filed against Wm.
J. Ryan, saloonkeeper, 904 Larrabee
st, by Nellie Flaherty and children.
Owners and drivers of autos with
glaring headlights to be arrested in jj""
future, Judge Jarecki announced. U
Mrs. Fred Mueller, 3326 N. Clark
st. taken to insane as'vlum. Rpf- a
to oil in kitchen.
Theodore Herkert. manager Har
rison Leather Co., won cross bill for
divorce and got child. To pay -wife
$7 a week.
Ernestine Mack, millionairess,
eloped from Congress hotel witii O.