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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:01; sunset, 6:46.
George F. Drummer, 1504 E. 53d,
arrested for making noise in hallway
of flat building when coming home
got $18 and important
letters from pocket of S. Green, pres.
American Sharpening Machine Co.,
at "L" platform, Adams and Wabash.
John Clark, 1820 W. 21st, threat
ened R. D. Livingston of 2307 S.
Morgan, when he lost job. Fined $25
Sibley Cottrell and Charles Lutes
of Terre Haute, Ind., arrested in auto
believed to have been stolen at 67th
and Cottage Grove av.
Mary Riley, 167 Institute pi., po
licewoman, bankrupt Liabilities
$1,652; no assets.
Mrs. Carson Green, 210 W. Erie,
suicided because of loneliness, cor
oner's jury decided. Husband army
Julius Stahmke, 3725 Christina av.,
found dead in room. Gas.
John C. Miller, 2858 S. Keeler av.,
arrested. Came to detective bureau
looking for nice wife. Didn't want
to work, he said.
Burglar who looted office of Dr.
Oscar L. Hanson, 3400 Lawrence av.,
of surgical instruments, apologized.
Looking for dope.
Minnie Barko, Muscatine, la.,
thought to have been drowned in
Eastland, found living at 2145 Fulton.
Lucille, 12, Charles, 10, and Harry,
8, children of H. G. Kennedy, 1239 N.
La Salle, kidnaped. Police search
ing. Frank Hamick, 4554 Laflin, suicide
by rope. Reason unknown.
Patrolman Hugh Sand back on the
force. Suspended when it was dis
covered he was policeman by day
and fireman by night
Carl Nordell, 6040 S. Morgan, fined
$100 for carrying gun.
Dr. Adolph Faulbaum, 112 S. Hal
sted, arrested for charging $63 for
two bottles of medicine, discharged.
36 postal clerks placed on substi
tute list because of lack of work,
making full pay in other job, accord
ing to E. L. West, head of the local
branch of railway mail service.
18 men's bathing suits stolen from
Evanston's municipal bathing beach,
Policemen to guard dressing room.
Judge Prindiville discharged 30
"boes" found sleeping in Grant park,
To send campers to Bridewell here-
Mrs. Mabel Pinkard and Max Gat-
ter, builder, arrested at 52 W. Huron
on warrant sworn out by woman's
Carl Bylund introduced Frank
Dickersin to woman he later mar
ried. Now accuses friend of burglar
Frank Liepfeldt, bricklayer, dead.
Fell 3 floors in plant of Columbia
Malting Co., 105th and Penn. rd
D. Wooldridge, collector for Sulz-
berger & Sons, brought back from
Mattoon for larceny. Failed to turn
in $1,500 collections.
Burglars entered 3 homes in
Evanston. Total loot amounts to $27
Othmar Janson, engineer, Morgan
Park, arrested for obtaining goods on
false pretense. Alleged to have rais
ed 10-cent credit slip to $10.
Loretta Doyle, 2008 W. Ohio, held
in connection with death of Adolph
Carlson, exonerated by coroner's
jury. Cause, alcoholism.
Police of Canal port and Maxwell
st stations arrested 30 owners of
autos and wagons who failed to take
out vehicle tax.
Mrs. Henry Reilly, 7473 Stewart
av., swore in court that Policeman
Peter Cleary attacked her in home
Mrs. Rebecca Cuttles, fortune tell
er, 1355 Y. 13th, arrested for con
game. Alleged to have taken ring
from woman. Discharged.
Judge Gibbons, Pontiac, III., and
Mrs. Smith, pres. Mothers' ass'n