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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 22, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:29.
Edward Pazall, 4452 Washington
blyd., arrested for second time yester
day for forgery. Amount alleged to
Epidemic of diphtheria in Knox
school, State and 104th sts. Six pupils
dead and 22 sick. "Now under con
trol," says health department
Only 2 out of 22 children bom to
Mrp. and Mrs. Anton Svette have
lived. Sunday they buried their fifth
pair of twins. All died in infancy.
Det. Bullard, West Lake st sta
tion, jumped into Garfield Park la
goon to arrest Chester Meyers, sales
man, who attempted to steal clothes
from estranged wife.
Horse attached to Wells-Fargo
wagon ran away between Adams and
Monroe on State. Mounted Police
man Clark stopped him.
Henry Boyd, former gen. mgr.,
elected pres. of Armour Leather Co.
Succeeds H. B. Darlington, who died
Lieut-Gov. O'Hara last night signed
65 bills recently passed by legislature.
Secretary now taking them back to
John Moran, 942 Lawrence av., and
Arthur Jones, 822 Eastwood av., res
cued from lake by J. W. Patterson
and Patrick Biggins, keepers Lake
Dr. Lester Mee and H. K. Snider,
druggist, defendants in $10,000 dam
age suit of Mrs. Estella Whitcomb.
Hinsdale police department after
Black Handers who wrote Ed Histz,
painter, note demanding $300.
Theo Griffith, U. of C. co-ed, at
tempted to start tango parlor. Bank
rupt Liabilities, $8,600; assets, $53.
Geo. W. Kleiser, Portland, Ore., and
Walter Cherry, Syracuse, N. Y., tes
tified in "anti-trust" suit against the
American Posting Co.
Auto wrecked near Dyer, Ind., in
attempt to pass another machine.
Occupants unhurt Refused names.
Alfred Jage, poolroom owner, 1025
W. Madison, exonerated by coroner's
jury probing death of Henry Ober
chau, shot during fight
Mabel Rogers, 17, and Fern Good
win, 18, 2333 Kimball, disappeared.
Employed as solicitors by 2 men week
ago. Police probing.
Margaret Altman, 1429 N. Dear
born, and Thomas Peckenham, 971
Eggleston av., found guilty of depart
ment store fraud. Paroled.
Damage suit of Mrs. Mollie Mabs
against Dr. P. D. Paul, for malprac
tice, dismissed. Case settled.
Four investigators appointed by
state board of examiners to look after
interests of barbers in Illinois. To
aid in getting jobs.
F. S. Maxwell, Northwestern U,
has discovered spots on sun.
Confidence game charged against
Harry H. Graham, distiller, dropped.
Pplice say man caught at Board of
Trade after chase is Wm. Mattram,
503 N. Western av., alleged pick
pocket Health Commissioner Robertson
proposes to establish post-graduate
school for midwives in Iroquois hos
Man killed by Black Handers at
Huron and Halsted Saturday night
identified as Salvatore Russo, 1225
Mrs. Helen Burnett, 2204 S. State,
shot through arm. Attacked by beg
gar she let in kitchen to feed.
Man believed to be R. D. Barker,
Utica, N. Y., suicided, Great Northern
Albert Kingsford, sup't of schools
of West Aurora, exonerated by board
on charges made by two women.
Flat of Harry Askin, theatrical
manager, 114 Walton pl.f ransacked.
New lightweight cap with white
patent leather visor tried out on po
Chas. Kietel, 2185 S. Campbell av.,
in reply to wife's divorce suit, says