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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 05, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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T. Follansbee of Hyde Park hotel.
Ludvika Ginetis, 15, 805 Bradley
pi., whose father advertised for hus
band, doesn't want to marry.
William Edens of Central Trust Co.
indorsed for 3-year-term in executive
council of American Bankers ass'n.
John Chicoocki, 2044 W. 19th st,
booked on two charges of robbery
as "spectacled bandit"
Barnett Parsky, 3408 Calumet av.,
fined $10 for distributing cards bear
ing "P. Stenley, 3408 Calumet av."
Violet Stuart, arrested over $34 bill
at Hotel Grasmere, fined $1. kicked
to judge. Assessment raised to $10.
Clasped together, Leo Kaminski
and wife, Rose, 510 S. Ashland av.,
suicided. Gas. Feared tuberculosis.
William T. McClay, charged with
passing bad cheqk, missing. Wrote
intention to jump in lake.
Bartanush Agababian, 18, 3815
Rokeby st, lost mind when she heard
of two brothers killed fighting Turks.
Body of George Richards, 411 E.
16th st, found in lake at 59th st
Jewels valued at $2,000 stolen from
home of Arthur Aldis, Lake Forest,
Charles Swanson, 5917 S. Peoria,
tried suicide. Cut throat and turned
on gas. May live.
Estate of Plamondons who went
down with Lusitania filed for proba
'Man caught in attempt to attack
Lena Jaeger, 34, 126th St., cut throat
May die. Blamed for several attacks.
Man giving name Charles Hart ar
rested as third member of "con" gang
now held at Desplaines st station.
Woman's City club leading fight to
put C. D. Blachly and Valeria Mc
Dermott back in public welfare office.
Cashier John O'Brien, city collect
or's office, fired. Others may go be
cause of saloon license scandal.
Clifford W. Barnes re-elected pres
ident of Sunday Evening club.
Saloon license of John Peterson to
operate in Hyde Park, "dry" terri
tory, taken away by appellate court
Suit for $20,000 damages filed by
Augusta Hynes against Robert Por
ter. Details unknown.
Frank and Donald Aves, Kirkland,
111., arrested when detectives found
two stolen autos in their possession.
John Balzell, South Park motor
cycle policeman, broke shoulder in
crash at 35th and Michigan. Chas
Fred Dreher, 4, 221 D. 24th pl.f
found dead in basement of home.
Natural demise, said coroner.
Skull dug up by A. A. Landen, 5820
Grove av., at 59th and Fafayette,
taken to county morgue.
Two padded brick burglars broke
window in jewelry store of David
Holtz, 4738 S. Ashland av. Got $200
George Hunter, 9513 Ewing av., ar
rested on complaint of father of
Agnes Swanson, 16, 10012 Ewing av.
Mrs. Mary O'Brien arrested when
caught setting fire to building at 51
E. 53d st.
Thomas Williams, 1419 W. Garfield
blvd., escaped Kankakee asylum pa
tient, caught To be taken back,
William Foley, La Grange, and
brother, George, arrested in attempt
to flirt with Policewoman Walsh at
Clark and Erie.
M. C. Walsh will address the Indus
trial Open Forum at 644 W. 12th st
at 8 p. m. Sunday on "The American
Press and Its Relation to the Amer
Third Ward Civic league precinct
captains and supervisors will meet at
home of chairman, Mrs. Judith Loew
enthal, 4339 Michigan av., Wed. aft
ernoon, June 9. Board meeting will
On special trains, 500 Chicago del- i
egates will go to Rock Island to at
tend 12th convention of Illinois Cath-
alic Order of Foresters, which meets I