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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 23, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:29.
Delegations from 14th ward peti
tioned West Park board for new
park at Ashland and Chicago avs.
Mrs. Helen Ctrtlergranted divorce
on statutory charges when 12-year-old
daughter testified she had met
father with other woman.
Goldie Silverman, 6, 111 Blue Isl
and av., lost right leg. Blue Island
av. car.
Two drug fiends, released by gov
ernment on promise to appear and
help prosecute Dr. A. L. Blunt, have
disappeared, according to govern
ment officers. Another witness has
been slugged.
Frank Urban, address unknown,
struck by Ogden av. car. Skull frac
tured. Richard Wellington, 4201 Union
av., robbed by two negroes at 38th
and Rock Island tracks. $38.
Home of Cornelius Trowbridge,
Lake Forest, entered. $360 worth of
silver taken.
Peter Heinen arrested by Police
man Connelly in act Of robbing saloon
at 2200 La Salle st
Walter Hendricksen, 2043 Wilmot,
killed by shot from detective's gun.
Sleuth was firing at escaping pris
oner. Jenkin Lloyd Jones, pastor of All
Souls' church, to marry Mrs. Edith
Lackersteen, sup't of Abraham Lin
coln Center, today. Bride, 59; bride
groom, 71.
Man believed to be J. A. Sheery
suicided in lake. Refused to grasp
life preserver.
Jacob Loeb, vice pres. of school
board to try to abolish $5,000 job of
ass't sup't of schools. Elizabeth Mur
phy to fight for it
Comptroller Pike has turned over
10,000 bonds for mayor to counter
sign. He signed 500 yesterday morn
ing. Fire in 5 and 10 cent store at 6306
S. 'Halsted caused $500 loss. Resi
dents of building fled to street '
Men in auto threw three iron bolts
through four windows of North Side
shop Tuesday.
Wife of Dr. Ralph Hayden again
filed suit for divorce. Charges cru
elty. A. L. Stevens, armless, arrived in
Chicago yesterday. Is driving auto
from Schenectady to Fair.
Frank Zawricki, 4, 8440 Burley av.,
dead. Hit by Frank Pomeroy's auto.
Mayor Thompson awarded scholar
ship in advertising at Printing and
Allied Trade show at Coliseum.
Name handed in by joker.
Cy DeVry bitten by 28-foot python
in Lincoln Park zoo. De Vry was
pumping meat into stake's stomach.
It refused to eat
Stolen auto abandoned when three
policemen pursued trio of auto ban
dits. They escaped. Had robbed
peddler of $17.
Mrs. Margaret Davis, 66, fell dead
at church entertainment. Heart dis
ease. Joseph Turek, formerly mgr. ex
change dep't, American State bank,
held to grand jury for embezzling
$750.
Judge discharged Thomas Dawson,
arrested by Policeman Flynn, 1839 N.
Marshfield av., who say he disturbed
sleep.
Mrs. Anna Haut, 1529 Crin, arrest
ed for telling Mrs. Carrie Durband
she would kill her. Mrs. Durband re
fused to pay board bill.
Government continued case against
Pierce Underwood, Oak Park, alleged
to be using mails for fraud.
David Julian, chauffeur for Francis
Farwell, Lake Forest, fined $10 for
speeding.
Judge Thomas Scully recovered
from illness which doctors said was
brought on by job hunters.
Board of Directors of Chicago
Lying-in hospital announce gifts by
many rich Chicagoans.
Lifesavers re.cover body of Geo.
Leege off Columbia Yacht club.
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