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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:02; sunset, 6:45.
Interurban car held up at Lake
Geneva so Harry Overton and Grace
Tihak, actors, could get married.
Emil Meyer, miningTJromoter, 1423
N. La Salle, in sight of big deaL Died
from joy. ' .
William Collins, tango dancer, 2671
Colorado av., arrested for stealing a
diamond lavalliere from Edith Wil
son, 928 N. State.
Frank Johnston, Hoyne's ass't
irnsfieutine alleged police grafters,
Wedded on judge to try Capt Halpin.
rTdpntitv keDt secret
Mrs. Theophil Cleys, wife of owner
of two bathing beaches, wants di
Bids for 102,000 square yards of
asphalt opened by board of local im
provements. American Asphalt Pav
ing Co. got 11 out of 21 jobs. Ex
Chicago police asked to look for
relatives of A. E. Brooks, dead in Tu
lare county, Cal.
Len! Notter, 161 E. Ohio, held to
grand jury for attempt to murder
John Oughton, Jr. Locked up. De
fault of bail
Mrs. Grace Thampson, 503 Wells,
dead from heart disease. Widow of
Spanish-American war veteran.
William Peske named many cor
respondents in suit for divorce.
Joseph Becker, 331 W. 42d, dead.
Hit by auto. Police probing.
Watchman called police when he
saw door of safe in Safrican Co.'s
office, 3950 S. Union av., off. Man
ager said safe was being repaired.
Accidental death verdict of coro
ner's jury probing death of Harriet
Blakeslee, 6022 Woodlawn av., and
Mrs. Alice Randall, killed when car
William Epps, negro, held to grand
jury without bail for murder of an
other negro in crap game.
Jury being selectedto try Joe De
barzo for murder of Pasquale Bru
,(10. Quarreled over woman.
80 ousted employes of city garbage
plant appointed committee to wait on
Mayor Thompson and ask him to
give back jobs and retain other old
Rough roads caused death of A.
Schermerhorm, 3541 Cottage Grove
av. Killed when auto struck rut and
overturned near -Elgin.
Joseph Becker, chauffeur, killed by
own truck. Delivery boy assisting
him fooled with gears. Backed over
Geo. Drummer, 1504 E. 53d, ar
rested for disturbing literary work
of Mary O'Sheridan, aged poet, dis
charged by court.
William Billings, 1014 Lincoln,
asked W. 13th st police to take care
of savings, $34. Afraid of banks. To
make more deposits.
Mrs. Sabetha Rajah, 769 Bunker,
fired shot at neighbor during quar
rel. Discharged by judge.
Policeman William Bower, Max
well st station, has station post Ar
rested 40 evaders of vehicle tax law
Burglar visited home of Anna Web
er, 46 E. Pearson. $400 gone.
G. De Milliano, 2074 W. 12th, ar
rested with wife for quarreling. Wife
ran away with boarder, he claims.
Refused to return.
Frank Zaremba, 2404 W. 16th,
hung self. Out of work.
Edith Wheeler brought before
Com'r Mason, charged with using the
mails to defraud farmers with book
scheme. To be taken back to Louis
ville. Body of J. J. Maguire, carpenter,
1274 Washington blvd., taken from
lake at DIversey. Despondent over
Chief Healey and Chief Justice
Olsen to start campaign against
thieves who systematically rob va
cant houses of fixtures. Loot worth
$100,000 taken every year.
Beatrice Allen, actress, sued by
chauffeur, who claims reputation
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