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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 17, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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. Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:28.
. E. A. Forbes, U. S. chief of account
, ants, arrived for inspection of ac
. counts in internal f&venue office.
Warrant issued for Carl Bush, Del
aware cafe, 10 W. Randolph. Billie
Manchester, cabaret singer, says he
Inquest over Wanda Korten, killed
by fall from 8th floor at 5 N. Wabash
av., opened today.
Frank D. Novak made defendant in
$10,000 damage suit filed by Otto
Kerner, alderman 12th ward. Libel
Hobart Emmart, 13, 7139 Went
worth av., who ran away, found in
i Laporte, Ind.
. Casna Kobaras, 18, 2403 W. 45th
pl.,-dead. Fell from 2d floor of home.
Frank Rattner fined $25 and costs.
Carried poison, threatening suicide
unless given money, relatives allege.
Body of Frank Frantzen, 1413 N.
.Halsted, missing since Thursday,
found in river.
. Irene Andrae, 1834, Lincoln av.,
,gave W. Suberg, 534 W. North av.,
.$250 to Btart saloon. Regretted ac
tion; caused arrest.
Mark S. Hing, laundryman, 1502
.W. North av., lost $15 to two holdup
Burglars who broke glass door of
drag store of H. B. Herzberg, 1000 N.
Clark, frightened away by janitor.
Auto of Mrs. C. E. Isbell, 4155 Ken
ewood av., crashed with that of Mrs.
Jos. Downey, 6205 Sheridan rd. None
. Chief of Police Healey ordered in
vvestigatjon of two policemen accused
of insult to Mrs. Pike, wife of comp
troller. 2,500 policemen on reserve allowed
to go home for first time in two days.
Ordered to stop influx of undesir
ables who were coming to be strike
breakers. Hand's band to start concerts in
Uncoln Park Sunday at 3. John
Hand, veteran bandmaster, still ilL '
THE DAY CONCERNING
Lyman ,Regalf 833 Wrightwood av.,
dead; six others hurt when auto hit
"safety isle" at Lincoln and Diversey.
1,200 school children of Forest Park
to hold picnic near Desplaines river.
Holiday in village.
Petition asking reappointment for
Ernest Micklisl, former sup't River
Dog playing with four children of
Mrs. P. J. Harmon, 7443 Bond av., bit
all of them.
Citizens in mass meeting at Nettel
horst school, Broadway and Aldine,
upheld anti-bill board ordinance be
Chicago police asked to hunt C. A.
Matthews, promoter of fake corre
spondence school, by dep't of jus
tice's bureau of investigation.
Convict confessed he buried plate,
used to make $10 bills, in sand north
of Wilson av. Supposed to have been
Since Nov. 1, 39 teachers have
been married. None resigned, ac
cording to Sup't Young's report to
the school management committee
Mrs. Barbara McDermott filed an
amended bill asking to have grand
father's will set aside. Calls grand
Wilbert Clasen, tile manufacturer,
suing Cole Motor Car Co. for $100,
000. Bought car on time. Failed to
pay for it Was arrested and dis
charged. Prof. Harry Pratt Judson, pres. of
Chicago U, proposed funds to Rush
Medical college at alumni banquet.
Geo. Devine suing for divorce. Al
leges wife got him intoxicated and
Mrs. Sarah Burke, 6 N. Winchester
av., overcome by gas from leaky
Joseph Kosman, 5030 W. 25th, kill
ed by gas in his delicatessen store,
where he slept during strike.
Nathan Brood, 1740 W. 12th st.,
"staked" to $1 for fruit stand when