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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 08, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:23.
William Schurz, 9, 1011 Willow st,
stole ride on C. M. & St P. R. R.
train at Willow st Slipped. Dead.
American Society of Brewing
Technology to hold-5th annual ban
quet at Germania club tomorrow eve
ning. Burglars drilled through brick wall
into saloon of Ward & La Rose, 137
W. North av., and got $500 in jewelry
n and liquor.
Judge Landis suspended six
months' sentence on Emmanuel Mid
dleton, negro, charged with fraud in
civil service examinations.
Employes of Adams & Elting Co.,
paint makers, to be given banquet
and theater party as celebration of
25th anniversary.
Harry Williams of St Louis, 77
years old, arrested on Belmont av.
car as pickpocket.
George Ransdell, bartender for
Barney Grogan, arrested on charge
of selling beer without license.
Samuel Hall, 60, 6949 Lafayette
av., turned on gas in bathroom. Dead.
-Despondent over lack of work.
Joseph Brown, 849 Willow st,
scalded to death by hot water from
"broken valve at Wilder & Co., leather
works, 1038 Crosby st.
Dr. James J. Reid, dentist, 4712
Dorchester av., lost $300 diamond
stud on interurban car. Pickpocket
, Friendly "tug of war" between
laborers at 4401 Drexel av. caused
woman to turn in riot call to police.
Alex N. Miller, Rockford, III., miss
ing. Wife fears foul play.
Mrs. Margaret DeYoung, 17, 6553
W. 61st pL, swore out warrant for
husband charging abandonment
Weak from hunger.
Mrs. Emma Watts, 6919 Princeton
av., stricken with heart disease. Died
-on way home.
Arthur Woodbury, 115 S. Racine
av., arrested for passing bum checks 1
alleged stolen from Kellogg Switch'
board Co.
Petro Mecca and Paul Menito, con
fessed Black Hand note writers, held
to U. S. grand jury.
Ludvika Ginetis, 15, 805 Bradley
pL, who advertised for husband, still
seeking candidates.
Federal Judge Landis denied peti
tion of druggists to allow use of prop
erty in Zion City for drug store. Is
against Zion laws.
Harry Minnich, chauffeur for
State's Att'y Hoyne, smashed auto
against phone pole in Hammond, Ind.
Body of Charles E. Hughes, 6704
Cottage Grove av., taken from Calu
met river. No motive known.
Unknown youth rescued by Abel
Brown, crib caretaker, when canoe
overturned 6ff Wilson av.
A. E. Morris, 4903 Gladys av., lost
$30 to pickpockets while riding on
loop "L" train. ,
Adam F. Weckler, head of Weckler
Boat Co., appointed harbor master
by Mayor Thompson.
Pickpocket got $9 from A. D. Mise,
803 Michigan av., Evanston, in "L"
train.
Man found by body of Mrs. Gladys
Locasto in rooming house at 417
Plymouth ct, with gas on, identified
as Earl Oliver, waiter. May not live.
North Shore towns to ask im
provements from Chicago & Milwau
kee electric road in return for rate
increase.
City's lawyers to appeal case lost
against "Birth of Nation" film. Movie
censers decided against picture yes
terday. Margaret Kennedy, arrested for
having cocaine in possession, given
preliminary hearing yesterday.
Bonds $500.
Mrs. Harriet Risinger, 2317 Sem
inary av., missing from home, found
by husband.
Julius Levy, 1137 S. Central Park
av., shot in elbow in racial fight at
12th and Kedzie av.
Samuel Horwitz, part owner of the
Globe Hosiery works' store at Moat
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