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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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Seven seriously hurt when auto of
Earl Brown, 906 Wrightwood av.f
crashed into "safety isle" at Diversey
Mrs. Anna Burnett, 58, 1106 Ayers
pi., Evanston, dead, after being
caught in crush at Davis st. "L' sta
tion. Six Northwestern U. students went
to work as ticket agents for C. M. &
Custave Howe, 1853 Humboldt, hit
by mail car at California and Cort
land. Not serious.
Deputy City Collector Jerry Mc
Carthy and John O'Brien, cashier col
lector's office, may lose jobs. Were
suspended for inefficiency.
Eugene Purtell, promoter of trans
portation projects, discharged in
court Paid his hotel bilL
Joseph Gagman, seaman steamer
North American, fell into Calumet
$35,000 fire damaged plant of Wm.
Bunge Co., 313 N. Ann. Firemen
periled by exploding yeast barrels.
Judge Rooney continued four base
ball pool cases until June 29. No
more pools running in Chicago.
Judge Windes ordered Ashland-
, Twelfth Bank dissolved. Directed all
creditors to file claims before July 6.
Prof. Kingsford, sup't of W. Aurora
school, claims he is victim of political
plot Accused of annoying women.
A. J. Low, motorcyclist, helped po
licemen to stop horse which ran away
with Mrs. Dora Johnson, 906 N. ICar
Graft cases against Capt Storen
and two detectives to go to jury to
day. Attorneys making closing argu
ments. Will disposing of $2,200,000 of
Julius Lowenthal probated. Left $30,
000 to charity.
Phone calls again down to normal.
Jumped from 2,000,000 to 3,000,000
Joe Brunner, saloonkeeper, 420
JJanaL shot and Mlled by. Herman
Miller when he refused to serve him
United Shores, new lake steamer,
hauling thousands to homes via lake.
Runs between Jackson, Grant and
Sam Wiesberg, paroled convict, ar
rested running a jitney bus. Paroled
from Joliet month ago and passed
many bad checks since.
Railroads ask employers to re
lease their help early to lessen con
gestion. I. C. sets example by clos
ing offices at 4 o'clock.
Six policemen and two plain clothes
men on duty at each downtown sta
tion. Cashiers on the job. Less than
1,000 people rode on trains.
Dr. Arthur Price suing Charles
Bosch, paint man, for $15,000 aliena
tion of affections. Refuses to discuss
Members of Chicago Equal Suf
frage ass'n urged todevote autos sev
eral hours each day for jitney service
and give proceeds to cause.
Gustave Howe, 1653 Humboldt av.f
had honor of being only person struck
bystreet car yesterday. It was a mail
Auto speeding out of Diversey blvd.
crashed into cement light post1; 6 '
hurt Lyman Regal, 833 Wrightwood
av., may die.
Thomas Kelley, 10, 6214 Evans av.,
killed when he flipped from auto and
ran in front of another.
Verdict recommended that police
catch slayer of Edwin Willits, shot'
and killed in his grocery on May 15.
Four safeblowers robbed safe of1
Blue Valley Butter Co. Got $1,534 in
stead of $200, as first reported.
Michael Romain, 549 W. 12th, ar-J
rested at Madison and Desplalnes,
wearing 2 coats and 3 pairs of trous-.
era. Stole them in cheap hotels.
Negro shot while breaking into Al- .
ton freight car at Summit Condi- i
Henry Johnson, 2504 Thomas, one
of two alleged robbers shot in battle
with police Thursday night, died in
County hospital. A , ,