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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 12, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14: sunset, 7:25.
Man believed to be George K. Ton
jas, 113 E. Chicago av., killed by bul
let while walking up'alley near home.
Mistaken for burglar.
Judge Heap in morals court started
investigation of case of Bessie Hol
lings, negro, Burmingham, Ala., who
said she was held in barn.
Myoyo Tani, secretary Japanese
Christian ass'n, 3850 Lake Park av.,
suing Jitsuzo Hrada for $10,000.
Slander alleged.
Nicholas Nable, 5, set out from
Dorcas Home in Evanston to walk
home, 9 miles. Taken back.
Henry Ericcson. building comm'r,
resigned job and left for California.
Mayor Thompson to appoint suc
cessor.
Pauline Palmer, artist, broke arm
in studio at Lincoln and Seminary
avs. Tripped over board.
William Jones, 6205 S. Halsted st
charged as keeper in gambling raid
at address. Betting sheets and rac
ing forms taken.
Father of Kazuny Lillikis, 8, 1815
S. Union av., killed by stick thrown
from top of building at 18th and
Canal, got $6,000 verdict.
Wladislaw Kaminski, 1050 N.
Paulina, fined $100 for beating
daughter, 8.
Harry O'Neill and two companions,
wanted as auto bandits, arrested by
Detective Chris Sloier after gun fight.
June 14 set as "Rag day" by proc
lamation of Mayor Thompson.
Mrs. Elizabeth McCowan, 664
Blackhawk st, charging the parents
of husband are holding child until she
pays funeral, asked for writ. -
Special hearing on ordinance limit
ing billboards to be given by council
building committee Friday.
L. L. Reid, 4159 Drexel av., suing
landlord. Interfered with work on
flower box being built on porch.
Peter Catalanotto, 320 W. North
av., bondsman, killed at Division and
Sedgwick st Black Hand duel.
Wm. A. Taetrow filed suit for an
nulment of marriage. Says wife left
him for another.
Samuel Blodgett, manager freight
dep't Hamburg-American line, asked
$60 alimony be cut in half.
Mrs. Helen Larson, 1873 Orchard QT
st, got divorce. Says hubby liked
only pork chops and dog.
Tillie Grossman and parents freed
by Judge Wamsley. Charged by Sam
Sklar with conspiracy to defraud.
Mrs. Margaret Waterman 1920 W.
Superior st, missing. Police asked
to search.
Paul Sandberg, 5438 N. Ashland
av., knocked from motorcycle by fire
engine at Sheffield and Addison. -
William Heller, 26 & Aberdeen st,
held by police. Stolen property of
Fred Belford, 5000 Prairie av., found
on person.
Andrew Uhlmann, 5, 3158 S. 5th
av., died from phosphorus poisoning,
coroner's physician decided.
Olaf Noreen, 517 E. 35th st, sui
cide. Gun. Despondent
Edwin Razall, secretary for H.
Channon & Co., 150 N. Market st, ar
rested as forger.
William Miller, 17, who came to
Chicago to earn fortune, on way to
home at Johnstown, Pa.
George Quentin, 4325 Wilcox av.,
suicide. Gas. No reason known.
Coal gas from furnace killed Mrs.
Emma Oas and daughter, 8 years'
old, at 4743 Grace st. Boarder over
come. Mandarin Inn Co., 414 S. Wabash
av.. trvine to nrevent C. F. Foin from
disposing of interest in firm. Busi-
ness not run right is claim.
Mrs. Thomas Bull, 6041 Eberhardt
av., suicide. Poison. Temporarily
insane, coroner's jury decided.
Jack S. Plant, Houston, Tex., ar
rested at .Great Northern hotel.
Charged with embezzling $184 from
Loose-Wiles Biscuit Co.
Harris Cohen, jewelry salesman,
held in contempt of court and sent'to
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