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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 07, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:23.
Movie censors to report on "The
Birth of a Nation" today.
Katharine Stinson, 21, practicing
at Cicero: ayiaQoiufleld. Wants to be
first woman to loop the loop.
Dis't Att'y Clyne to start suit
against Metropolitan "L" Co. for fail
ure to comply with war dep't's order
to remove bridge called menace to
navigation.
Two boys attempted to hold up G.
H. Hawkins, butcher, 1365 W. Erie.
Hawkins picked up cleaver. They
fled.
Eight Chicagoans arrested in Zion
City. 1 speeding, 2 making too much
noise with, motorcycles and others
for driving bikes on sidewalks.
Joseph Hostlek,, 2640 S. Sawyer,
stabbed in fight with Joseph Bray
back, 1828 W. 21st Cause unknown.
Mrs. Dora Tajkowska, 69, 1641 W.
20th, slipped carrying boiler full of
boiling water. Scalded tb death.
Unidentified man badly hurt. Fell
washing windows on second floor of
1355 W. Taylor. County hospital
Fifty boys ran away from home last
week and are "bumming" way round
the country. Police asked to look for
them.
Body of unidentified man found ly
ing on prairie at N. Central Park av.
and north branch of river. Police
probing.
Crowd threatened driver of wagon
which knocked down and bruised Je-r-rema
Garaffo, 1, 859 S. Morgan. Baby
w unhurt. Police saved driver.
Russell Armstrong, 5751 Drexel
k av., walked into Evanston hospital.
Said he took poison. No work. Will
live.
33 horses burned to death and 2
Jauto trucks destroyed when barns of
t Walldren Express Co., 2306 W. Divi
sion, burned, $30,000 loss.
I Julius,Borker, 1736 W. 12th, found
ron ground beneath 3d-floor window
rof County hospital May live. Hos
pital heads probing.
Seven special trains carried mem
bers of Chicago Growers' and Butch
ers' ass'n to Glenwood park. Annual
picnic.
Three strikebreakers in Zion City
lace factory beaten. Factory owned
by Marshall Field & Co.
Thos. Gibbons picked up $5 in
crap game. Captured by policeman.
Matthew Lahey, who was "fading"
Gibbons, arrested.
John Swar'r, Bradley hotel, said
$400 and watch had been taken from
room. Negro porter arrested'.
St Gabriel high school, Wallace
and 45th, dedicated.
Milwaukee av. car wrecked auto of
R. R. Nay, 1352 Winona av., which
stalled on car tracks at Foster av.
Body of 40-year-old jman taken
from lake at 14th st Not identified.
Police looking for Andrew Miller,
44, 6205 Woodlawn, who disappeared
Thursday.
Body of unidentified man found by
boys, in Calumet river at Wentworth
av. Initials C. G. H. on hat.
McKenzie & Co.'s drug store, 6838
Sheridan rd., visited by padded brick
thief, who got $300 from secret
drawer.
Mrs. Ruth Lighthall, 8800 Loomis,
arrested on warrant taken out by Isa
dore Greenbaum, who says she
slapped son, Dr. Fred Greenbaum.
Quarreled over case. "Case" a mys
tery. Leo Hirsch, 1817 W. Taylor, shot in
hand by robbers at Polk and Lincoln.
Lost $20 and watch.
Police received fake report that
man had cut throat and jumped into
lake at foot of Kenilworth av.
Mrs. Gonarth Wilson, 3059 South
port av., saved baby from being run
over. It was playing on ca tracks.
She was knocked down and bruised.
Officers of First cavalry, I. N. G.,
to attend school of instruction at Ft.
Sheridan to study war.
Judge Hugo Pam arrested when
Max Klee, chauffeur, drove on the

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