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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 14, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset. 7:26.
Police called to 1012 S. Sangamon
where Sam Folisso was threatening
to shoot wife. He escaped.
Louis Gertel arrestedfor robbing
rooms of guests in downtown hotels.
Says he stays at Grand Pacific.
Unable to earn a decent living, Leo
WalkosM, tailor, 1108 N. Hermitage,
chased wife and baby from home and
suicided with gas.
Valuable' oil paintings damaged
when lightning wrecked living room
of Mrs. W. A. Day's flat at 142 E.
Mother dropped contents of boiling
pot on baby. Ray Buso, 18 months,
642 N. Rockwell, scaldedto death.
Chas. Heejs, 9390 Stewart av.,
drowned off Calumet av. pier. Fell
Five people bruised when street
car struck auto at Wells and Ontario.
Machine wrecked. fpf
Chief Healey may not reinstate for
mer Chief McWeeny in police dep'L
State's Att'y Hoyne threatens to take
legal steps if he does.
119 doctors and nurses left at mid
night for war zone. Called Chicago
Unit for service in England and
Life savers rescued two boys who
drifted out on lake when motor at
tached to row boat died. Were off
Chief Healey canceled engagement
to speak before S. Park Av. Metho
dist church because of strike.
Edward Hasler, chairman polo
committee of Onwentsia Club, killed
when thrown by polo pony. Skull
Joseph Mitzger cutthroat in home,
1215 S. Ridgeland av. Second at
tempt Leaves two boys, under 12,
Manager prevented panic among
900 patrons of Palace movie house,
12th and Blue Island. Fire in build
ing. Ordered orchestra to drown
sound of apparatus.
Three autos collided at Garfiejd
blvd. and South Park. Mrs. Frances
Tiefo, cabaret singer, killed. Several
others hurt Chauffeur arrested.
Drys open Chicago campaign to
kill possibility of nomination of Jas.
A. Mann for president on Republican
2,000 Italians paraded from Harri
son and Halsted to Polk st. station.
800 left over Wabash line for New
York on way to war.
Capt P. D. O'Brien, head of detec
tive bureau, and State's Att'y Hoyne
shook hands at meeting of detective
sergeants. Hoyne recently criticized
III. Bar Ass'n, convening at Quincy,
approved Wilson's policy.
Ad men from all over world to
come here for convention starting
Will Hunt, former Chicago banker,
sued for divorce in New York. Sent
to jail for misusing funds. Wife pro
cured his pardon. She alleges un
faithfulness. William Oberbeck tried to get mar
ried in Evanston without a license.
"Fixed up" by County Clerk Sweitzer.
Matthew Martin, 10518 Calhoun
av., died in chair of John OvMalley's
saloon, 110 and Orange av. Heart
Walter Burgess, 3, 1804 Clifton
Park av., disappeared on way to Sun
day school. Mother prostrated.
Metropole, Majestic and Windsor-
Clifton Hotels closed bars yesterday.
Two autos crashed together during
storm at 5th av. and Washington. No
A. A. Hamilton, insurance agent, i )
70, died in rooming house at 3024
Lake Park av. Supposed heart dis
ease. Five youths arrested, 3 more in
Bridewell hospital following cutting
scrape in fight at wedding at 1368 W.
Commemoration services held in
art institute on 25th anniversary of
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