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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 26, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:16; sunset, 7:28.
Two hundred Servian reservists on
way to war stopped by federal offi
cials at Polk st depot Twenty held
as disorderly. - ,
Gustave Seessle, Wheaton, on rear
of motorcycle when it hit auto of
Otto Hjornson, 2847 W. Van Buren,
John and Michael Catalanatto
charged with murder of Mrs. Antonio
Locascio, 1104 Cambridge av., by po
lice. Black Hand war.
Judge Landis denied motion to take
Louis and Joseph Goldberg, accused
of white slavery, to Wisconsin for
West Side parks opened their
swimming pools yesterday.
Grace Potter, who recently disap
peared for several days, sent to Ke
nosha sanitarium. Nervous.
Mrs. Sarah Foster pleaded guilty to
charge of operating lottery in mails.
Sent invitations to card parties in
which prizes were given.
George Wool, Jr., awarded $200
damages against Arthur Glantz,
owner of dog which bit him.
Detectives left for New York to
bring back Chas. Gablo. Wanted for
passing bad checks on hotels.
Special parks committee of ten
citizens appointed by mayor for first
time. Aid. Block outlined work. In
crease small parks.
Philip Hoffman, Glenview, arrested
on warrant charging larceny. Col
lected bills for printing company and
kept money. Denies charge.
Clarence Bowman, cigar man, ar
rested for selling cigars without rev
Health Commissioner Robertson
asks $10,000 of finance committee to
spot breeding places of mosquito.
Congressman Madden to speak at
annual picnic of St David's Catholic
church, Gerdner's park.
Morris Nash, engineer, killed by
Lake Shore train in South Chicago
on way to work on motorcycle.
Martin Bahazek cut throat on May
26. Silver tube placed in throat He
removed it last night and bled to
Mrs. Frederick Wedd, 1617 Devon
av., asked Cy De Vry if his ostrich
had escaped. Found egg 8x9 inches
in chicken coop. "No," said De Vry.
First Deputy Schuettler sent out v
message ordering arrest of three men
in murder of Banker Slomski. Stan
ley Stacl, member of gang, con
fessed. Sophie Svonik begged policeman
to let her jump from Halsted st
bridge and die. She was arrested.
June an abnormal month, says the
weather bureau. Too cold by 3 de-.
grees and "over rainy."
Chief Healey instructed men to see
that alleys are kept clean.
Emil Pilensky, 65, 1746 Melrose, hit
by bicycle of Henry Schraeder, 10,
1837 School, 'at Melrose and Paulina.
Rudolph Binka, 14, 10605 State, ar
rested for breaking into store of H. J.
Hartzell, 11055 Michigan av.
Warren Stephens, Benton Harbor,
Mich., held to grand jury for robbing
patients while working in several
Mrs. Hattie Wilson, 293 Poplar av.,
bound and gagged by robber who got
$60 and jewelry.
David Wise, 4355 Greenwood av.,
witness in pickpocket cases before
grand jury, guarded by detectives.
Owls interrupt sleep of Evanston
ians. Policeman assigned to shoot at
Ingar C. Volquartz, motorcycle po- .
liceman W. Chicago av. station, killed J
by auto driven by Elmer Anderson,
5033 Chicago av. Elmer held.
Policeman McCormick, who has
patrolled Graham & Morton dock for
25 years, slipped on iron plate and in
jured spine. Taken home.
Bungalow of Wm. MacGlashan,
2920 Neenah av., destroyed 'by fire.