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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 30, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:18; sunset, 7:29.
Joseph Srymankoski, 4543 S. Kil
patrick av., suicide. Rope. Domestic
troubles.
Open verdict irjdeath of Walter
Henrickson, 2043 WHmot av., shot
accidentally by Serg't H. B. Murray
in battle with burglars.
Walter F. Bloom defendant in
$10,000 suit filed by Nora Willough
by. Reason unknown.
Bill seeks to prevent Att'ys A. L.
Weber and Marshall Gallion collect
ing rent from sub-tenants in Brede
bldg. Not paying rent themselves,
claim.
Metropoliton "L" Co. filed demur
rer in U. S. court declaring sanitary
board blocked removal of Van Buren
st bridge.
Plea of not guilty returned by Ar
mour & Co. to indictment for ship
ping bad eggs.
Four men and women arrested for
holding taffy pull on speeding motor
cycles. Adolph Johnson, evangelist, fined
$50 for annoying women in Lincoln
park.
Mrs. Elnora M. Rice, 1427 Berwyn,
divorced H. P. Rice. Desertion.
Ida Hirsch, 10, 1341 S. Halsted, hit
by car. Injured.
Mayor Thompson received a let
ter from Mrs. Prank Vogt, Mingo
Junction, O., asking clue to brother,
Peter Peterson.
De Witt C. Cregier, city custodian,
received through mail pocketbook
taken by dip. Left intact. Pound by
postman in mail box.
Mayor Harrison and Ass't State's
Att'y Malato won suit against them
for $73.50, brought by Tony Rossetta
for campaign work.
Mrs. Margaret Rundel, 5151 Pine
Grove av., got -$2,500 from father's
estate on condition that she did not
contest wiH
Henry Gunderlach, 1718 Summer
dale av., private detective, locked up
on charge of larceny by bailee.
Nicholas Hannon, Canada, drown
ed. Engineer started yacht he was
painting.
Judge Horner ruled to allow co
administrator be appointed to collect
for $200,000 estate of Fred Matters.
Edward Sherman, 62, 161 W. Schil
ler st, dead after jump from,3d-story
porch. Despondent over ill health.
Francis W. Taylor, former alder
man, once ass't ec'y of U. S. treas
ury, suing for divorce. Desertion.
Eugene Flrtcraft; 12, Oak Park,
missing since Sunday, found by ailto
searching party at Cedar Lake, Ind.
Was biking it to grandma in Michi
gan. Teutonic Sons of America met and
criticised Wilson and Bryan. Will
form German-American political ma
chine. Twenty-six detectives summoned to
appear in Judge Mahoney's court to
day against Jos. Carroll, alleged con
fidence man.
240 German-born naturalized be
for Judge Carpenter yesterday.
George A. Anderson, wealthy far
mer of Minnesota, saved by police. '
Intended to give $40,000 to "con"
men to bet on fake races.
Benjamin Hewlett, laborer, 2953
Haynes-av., turned on gas. Deserted
by wife week ago.
Mayor Thompson and cabinet
guests at luncheon of Hamilton club
yesterday.
John J. Stack; 117 S. Kilbourne av.,
pipeman Co. 67, killed when engine
hit Marshall Field auto truck.
Glen Coake12, Morocco, Ind., miss
ing. Police of Chicago asked to
search.
Policeman Jphn Proney, W. Chica
go av. station, shot by robbers when
he neglected to take gun from one in
search. Men escaped.
T. A. Gross, presi'dent West Park
comm'rs, wife and daughter, hurt
when auto was struck by 22d st car.
Aid. Cullerton asking ordinance
repealing permit for new Union Sta-

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