OCR Interpretation


The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 11, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1915-08-11/ed-1/seq-6/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

wmsmmmmmmmmmmmmm
t
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:54; sunset, 6:56.
James Vincense, peddler, 535 Ved
der, fined $100 and costs for carrying
revolver.
Burglars got $1,(0O valuables from
home of Att'y Wm. Gallagher, 607
Wrightwood av.
Jack Muscra, 1144 Larrabee, trim
mer, fell 20 feet when tree on which
he was working broke. May live.
Mrs. Celia Vorburg, 2149 Ogden
av., suing for divorce. Says hubby
beat her three days after marriage.
Chang Te Hsuan, director Chinese
bureau of engraving, bought 100
counterfeit detectors from secret
service department.
John Kosnik, 2038 Haddon av., hit
by Milwaukee av. car at Robey. Skull
fractured. Dead.
Bartholi Letak, 1013 Fry, pulled
mustache of George Sebian, 1062
Fry. Fight Judge freed Sebian.
Three held to grand jury for $29
holdup of James Windsor, 4602 Lake
Park av., beer wagon driver.
Autopsy over R. R. Post, 7512
Evans av., revealed tumor as death
cause. Police suspected poison.
Glenn R. Cleveland, 870 W. Mar
quette road, phone collector, robbed
of $150 by two armed robbers.
Raymond Hogg, 55 E. Oak, fined
$10 and costs on complaint of Mrs.
Nellie Niederstatt, 165 W. Grand av.
Adam Focht, 1150 Townsend, stab
bed wife 10 times while 'drunk. Ar
rested. Wife may recover.
- Elevated pillar knocked James
Lahey, 1425 W. Grand av., from Lake
st car. Head cut
Godfrey W. Staves suing for di
vorce. Alleges wife beat him severely.
Suit for $50,000 started by Willis E.
Wright of American Banking Credit
Co. against G. A. Lytle. Libel alleged.
Rob't Cleary, 817 W. 63rd, crush
ed at bottom of elevator shaft at 170
W. Randolph. May live.
Adolfo Luria wanted in Washing
ton for theft of $500 in stamps. Ar
rested here. To be returned.
Henry Wilson, 8607 Lowe av., and
Ed Patterson, 8723 S. Racine av.,
fined $200 and costs. Beat girl's es
cort Policeman Edward Grimm, bitten
on hand by Edward Daley, 737 E. 42d,
while making arrest.
Victor Bergstrom, 4820 Lincoln av.,"
swore at Judge Ryan. "One hundred
and costs," judge answered.
Cat which bit Elizabeth and Mar
garet Gardella, 958 N. Hoyne av., not
rabid, city chemist says.
Five alleged blind pig owners, dis
charged when arraigned before Jus
tice Harrison in Evanston.
Anton Christiansen, 1502 N. Craw
ford av., suicide. Rope. Wife's death
recently cause.
Jed W. Pearson, speculator- in
stocks, missing. About $10,000 of
clients' money also said to be gone.
Exchange seat forfeited.
George Wright, 6 W. Superior, ar
rested for annoying Mrs. J. W. Will
more, 832 N. State. Second time.
Fred Lang, 6602 Justine, lost $10 to
con man who offered to sell auto tires
cheap. Left with money.
Joseph Glick, 4232 S. Talman av.,
stabbed twice by brother-in-law, Jo
seph Kruml. Family quarrel.
Dr. Theodore B. Sachs, pres. board
of trustees municipal tuberculosis
sanitarium, reappointed.
Max Lapidus, 19, drug clerk, 2000
W. Division, sent to Briedwell for one
year for pandering.
o o
IN PHILLY! WHY NOT HERE?
The Ass'n of Commerce has plead
on bended knee for the Pennsylvania
railroad to electrify its road into the
new union station. "Impracticable"
has been the Pennsy's one-word
reply.
Yet, in Philadelphia, where condi
tions are identical to those in Chica-
go, the Pennsylvania is completing
the electrification of 20 miles of road
and speaks of electrifying three com
plete divisions entering that city.
u
iaAdSZ

xml | txt