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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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alleged robbing of bodies of Eastland
victims, again arrested. This time
for beating man he had nearly run
Coroner's physician found Gath
arine Gardner, 26, 641 N. Dearborn,
died of natural causes. Died in short
stop hotel while with man companion.
Methodist ministers will be taught
how to use movie machines for Sun
day evening services at next camp
meeting at New Lenox, 111.
De Lloyd Thompson, aviator,
looped loop at Cicero flying field with
Etta Pillard, dancer at Columbia the
ater. Donald Matthews, 5, Chicago's
youngest cop, transferred from East
Chicago av. station to Humane soci
ety. Police and firemen to be paid to
morrow as usual. Comptroller Pike
says payroll trouble has been
Policeman Joseph Zak, 11, trans
ferred self from West Chicago to Cen
tral Detail station. Cleaned bad boys
out of former. Now guards Eastland.
Robert Bensen, 33, 435 S. Clark,
overcome by heat. Dead.
Rose Vanderheyden, 19, 2122
Greenwood av., rescued when she
became exhausted while swimming
at Wilson beach.
Health and fire insurance men to
hold convention here starting ton
Henry Walker, former member of
sewerage disposal and water power
commission of sanitary district,
criticized action of board in abolish
ing commission. Say they mean to
hide valuable report
Garrison Hildebrand, negro stew
art of Wilmette Country club, dodged
two shots his wife fired at him when
she decamped with $400. He's still
on the job.
Chicago police asked to search for
Fred Axil, tailor, by telegram from
Iowa City, la., where brother, is dying.
Thomas Mullally, sup't Chicago
branch of Armour car lines, left for
East St .Louis to bring back bodvo
son found dea,d in hotel with empty
poison bottle. Seeks to solve mystery.
George Shelley Hughs, Herald
proofreader, 66, to take long walk
through Alabama to look p relatives
and playmates. Raised in Coffee
Body of unidentified man taken
from river at Van Buren st bridge.
Edith McHennon, maid employed
at Union League club, injured. Hit
Frank Fiske, Grant hotel, arrested
for con game.
Three men booked on charge of
larceny at detective bureau. Robbed
women in .department store.
Police looking for burglar who
stole $150 worth of shirts from stock
room of Bedford Shirt Co., 5th floor,
23 E. Jackson blvd.
Fifty boys and girls lost yesterday
in Chicago parks. All recovered.
Mrs. Paulina Danchinski, 712 N.
Clark, invited detective into home
early Sunday morning. Taken to
station with daughter.
Policeman Casolbery beaten up by
father and friends of John Pernards,
621 S. Morgan. Later arrested boy's
Jessie Holt 4, 2270 Lincoln av.,
bruised when struck by auto while
playing in street Driver escaped.
Daniel McGrath, 6401 St Law
rence av., struck by auto. Driver held.
Julius Shemansky, 2, 10540 Mus
kegon, played with matches. Dead.
John Kugac, 414 S. Ashland av.,
had both legs broken by auto.
Clarkson Young, 1263 Ardmore av.,
arrested for embezzlement Blames
love for good time. Wants new
Albert Stange, 43, 1544 Belmont
av., locked in room, by wife. Jumped
out of window, 15 feet Broke both
Heart-shaped Beauty patch bear
ing picture of lover is latest fad
among girls unfortunate enough to
have sweethearts in war.
William Hartnett, 326 E. 42d pL,
stabbed. Police holding two mens