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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 29, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Joseph Piocyske, 73, 2708 Kolin av.,
dead in bed. Gas. Manner unknown.
Police investigating death of Peter
Fidler, 65, 1214 W. 15th.
Samuel Flack held-;to grand jury
for con game. Wanted in Pittsburgh
also.
Lillian Barb, 15, attacked by tramp
while picking berries at Bryn Mawr
av. and river. Assailant escaped.
Cus Lorico, rear 1109 Milton av.,
ambushed by man with shotgun. 23
slugs in leg.
Mrs. Elizabeth Butler, Wisconsin,
tried twice to hang self in Desplaines
street station cell.
Lee Smith and Lloyd Erwin, Waxa
hachie, Tex., walking to Chicago, dis
appeared. Five boys arrested after attempted
raid of Chas. E. MacCauley's drug
store, Oak Park.
Bryant Hammond and Miss Wilhel
mina Burton wanted to wed. Didn't
have price. Justice J. P. Boyer,
Evanston, married them on credit
Four-legged chicken hatched by
hen belonging to Mrs. M. A. McGurn,
Oak Park.
Katie Jendrzaki, 4837 S. Winchest
er av., killed by Grand Trunk train.
J. T. Clark, 6932 S. Michigan av.,
complained to anti-noise council
committee. Bullfrogs keep him
awake.
"Will live with my husband in a
hovel, but not in his mother's apart
mene," Mrs. Julia Hartz, 8752 Mar
quette av., told Judge Gemmill. Hus
band, J. Hartz, 10752 Mackinaw av.,
ordered to pay her $23 a week.
Death of Mrs. Gertrude Conley,
Lyons, June 24, caused by arsenical
poisoning, says coroner's chemist.
Suit of Miss Isabella Patton, 7359
Kenwood av., against P. Schleuter,
6220 Kenwood, for Angora cat, dis
missed. Kasimir Kumingo, 1850 W. 45th,
recommended held for murder of
John Winiarski. Pleads unwritten
law. I
David Hull, Marshalltown, la., fell
for shell game. $90. Blames Ed
Hall, "Eddie the Immune."
Dr. W. H. Taggart, 538 S. Clark,
sues 400 dentists for using his teeth
filling process.
"English suffragists are doing their
share in war," said Miss Virginia Lee
Postlewaite, England, visiting here.
Wm. Schafer, 700 S. California av.,
lather, fell off scaffold. Legs broken.
Eugene Flitcraft, 12, Oak Park,
missing since Sunday.
Former Pres. Taft declined invita
tion to address Security club.
Final action postponed on proposi
tion to erect $3,000,000 Chicago Ath
letic club home.
John Zebroski, wife and four chil
dren, evicted from 8927 Muskegon
av., given shelter last night in South
Chicago police station.
Daniel Wagner, saloonkeeper, 540
W. Madison, bankrupt
John Pasconellos, 17, Chicago,
drowned in Mississippi at Davenport.
Jas. O'Dea Storen, Michael Weis
baum and Frederick Roth, policemen
convicted of graft, discharged from
force.
Two women told Mrs. Josephine
Lawrence, county social service head,
they were married to Jesse Gibbs. Po
lice seeking Jesse.
Albert Johnson, negro, fell five
floors in elevator shaft at 170 W. Ran
dolph. Seriously injured.
Rob't Boyd. 1060 W. Washington
blvd., arrested as pickpocket on "L"
station at Adams and Wabash.
Police have Michael and Harry
Morris, young Denver runaways. Say
parents beat them.
Detectives leave today for St. Louis
to get Mrs. Lillian Davis, wanted here
as aid to husband, under arrest as
burglar.
Mrs. Constance Piper, 67, 402 S.
Karlov av., dead. Bonfire.
Richard Jackson, 1931 W. Lake,
killed. Joseph Martin, 1904 W. Lake,
arrested for shooting. Both negroes.
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