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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:24.
Policeman August Zimmerman,.
Desplaines sL station,discharged by
civil service commission.-
Fred Bruder, 4810 West End av.,
and Policeman Frank Shea had scrap
in Judge LaBuy's courtroom. Par
doned by judge.
Joseph Guido, 829 Forquer st, held
to grand jury for killing Rob't Wal
lace, Melrose park, by stray bullet
"John Doe" sought by police. Stole
cab of Fred Geiss, 1751 W. Washing
ton blvd., when left standing at Bre
Dominick Paserocouchi, 1016 S.
May st, arrested with bag of stolen
Andrew Gaewski, 2213 N. vRobey
st, instantly killed by Northwestern
John Schroeder, 80, asking circuit
court to set aside quitclaim deed in
favor of daughter, signed by mistake.
Fire prevention bureau asked
movie show owners to paste litho
graphs on solid backs. Fire hazard.
Policeman John Armstrong, negro,
exonerated for killing of Jewel Jones,
negro, in attempt to break into drug
Frank Ehnkert, 8748 Colfax av.,
played, in front of moving team. Run
over: Dead. Police seeking team
ster. William Miller, named "Peter Pan"
because he slept in box on top of tree
at Grace st and lake, to be sent home
to Johnston, Pa.
Police received letter from author
ities of Philadelphia that jewels of A.
T. Aldis, Lake Forest, had been re
covered. Flag put over grave of Lieut. John
Barrett in Mt Olivet cemetery stolen
John Strobl, who shot and killed
Fohn Hefferen in European war quar
el. sent to Chester asylun for insane.
Man giving name "Jacob LeRoy,
Hotel Sherman," arrested for annoy
ing woman. Fined $5 in night court
Verdict of murder returned over
body of Mrs. Maude Comomo, 1200
Wolfram st, shot by husband. Po
lice seeking him.
Abraham Markos, 1407 W. Su
perior st, fined ?25. Wife met girl
he had promised to marry.
William Wieboldt, 1279 Milwaukee
av., suing G. B. Laubenheimer Co.,
2908 Carroll av., for $112,000 on un-.
Morris Rubin, 3177 Lemoyne st,
and Rose Lang, 1254 N. Hoyne av.,
ran away to become movie stars. Po
Body of baby boy found on drain
age canal in Evanston by Joseph Os
enke, 1209 Ashland av.
Whereabouts of Fred Bogdonovic,
1605 S. East av., Berwyn, unknown
to police. Kidnapped by three men
George R. Gillespie, pastor Popu
lar Mission hall and official of free
job bureau, has hundred berry-picking
jobs in Michigan.
Elmer Behnke, 9, 3128 E. 92d st,
killed by auto driven by Geo. Adams,
3223 E. 92d st.
Jacdb LeBosky, at'ty brought into
court when he did not appear to de
fend speeding charge.
County hospital patients died ask
ing for drink, charge of Mrs. Jo
hanna Downes. Wanted beer, reply
of hospital head.
Thomas Rudd, 4230 W. Madison
st, and Clayton Malloy, 6, hurt when
auto hit by Lake st car crashed into
Daniel Dunn, 2936 Lexington st-
asked for passports second time. First
set went down with Lusitania. Missed
Health Comm'r John D. Robertson
will ask police aid to keep alleys
Mrs. Susan Stapleton, 19, mother
of few days, jumped into river at 21st
Three hundred witnesses sub
poenaed in police graft trial of Capt,
,. A -r k,