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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 21, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:33; sunset, 7:20.
Bertano Constantino, blind pig
owner at 377 Monroe av., Glencoe,
pleaded guilty. Fined $25.
James McElrose ...75, Arlington
Heights, stricken with"heart disease.
John Daily, 5649 S. Leavitt st,
freed on charge of killing goose of
Mrs. Edna Schulursky, 921 W. 14th.
Paid for fowL
Safeblowers got $50 in offices of
Matchelss Metal Polish co., 840 W.
David Adamson, sailor, South Chi
cago, bought booze for two other
sailors. Beaten and robbed. Pair ar
rested. Water 72 degrees off North Shore
Chicago band to play in Grant park
Policeman Dan K.eougn, tranic
squad, fell on slippery street. Iro
Joseph Phillipus found guilty of
making bad coins. Sentenced today.
Michael Kolassa resigned from
West park board. Succeeded by J.
K. Ankelbrandt, mill supply dealer.
S. J. Rosenblatt, chairman of bath
ing beach committee of small park
committee, said beach east of Chi
cago Beach hotel will open in few
Mair Shapiro, alleged owner of sev
eral Riverview park concessions,
sued for $25,000 by Rose Reiter. Sup
A. V. Miller, Denver, Colo., held tc
grand jury charged with stealing
jewelry from John Lynch.
Harry Kreiger, grocer, 972 Milwau
kee av., arrested for arson. Had sus
picious fire in store.
Mrs. Mary Scepin, 512 Osborne, ar
rested for shoplifting, probationed for
Pay $8.50 or prosecute says Judge
Sullivan at Maxwell st court Court
being used as collection agency. Most
cases settled outside. v
Sergt Charapota and Policeman
Martin re-elected trustees of West
park police pension fund.
Walenty Lukeshite, 2019 String,
had fight with wife. She left home.
Police searching. . (-
Richard Zunt, 17, 3046 W. 22d, sen- " '
tenced to Bridewell for 30 days for
trying to steal auto.
Thomas Fink, 134 S. Sangamon,
arrested for enticing little girl into
John Hurr, taxi chauffeur, 1130
Washburne, married. Drove bride
to church. Later reported for work
in front of Hotel Sherman with signs
"newly married" all over machine.
August Einfeldt, former president
of Oak Park, presented with special
gold star by police.
Two young men, who robbed Tony
Violo", grocer, 4201 S. Maplewood av.,
of $27, escaped from mob after chase.
"Billy," educated monkey of John
Veloti, 1117 S. Wabash av., freed on
charges of mayhem. Bit Bessie Hine,
10, 1253 Rosemont av. Owner ar
rested. Lawndale police seeking man who
attacked Bertha Bewersdorf, 14, 1437
S. Kostner av. Escaped from crowd;
Unclaimed, abandoned and ware
housed good held by U. S. to be auc
tioned off at appraiser's stores- at
Harrison and Sherman sts.
Newly elected circuit judges ask
ing county board for windows in 11th
floor courtrooms. Not enough air.
Thousand fox-trotting couples on
Garfield blvd. stopped by police. Cele
brating carnival night .-
Serg't Edward Goggin, central sta- J
tion, head of squad of five appointed
to clear loop of undesirables.
Patrick Murphy, bartender, Mc
Healy's saloon, Rush st and Austin
av., held up by two women and man.
Raymond Martin, 2001 Michigan
av.. suicide. Gas. Broke.
Body of man with 10-pound stone,
attached caught by undertaker's net