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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 24, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Thieves smashed window of Acme
Camera Co., 21 N. Wabash av. Got
$1,000 worth of cameras.
C. C. Walker sues E. J. Pennypack
er, charging latter found ?339 and ?e
fused to return it
Buckner Bros. Lumber Co., 332 S.
Michigan av., in federal court on pe
tition for involuntary bankruptcy.
Bailiff in Judge Kersten's court
found "jimmy" and file in "bull pen."
Believed prisoners intended attempt
When house detective, J. Abrams,
ftotel La Salle, refused to let Joseph
ine Nabick visit her chambermaid
friends, her companion, Rob't Sham
bon, bond salesman, beat Abrams up.
Philip Bolando, 724 S. May, booked
on murder charge in connection with
shooting of Vito DeLio, 843 Cam
bridge, in Santo Vantimiglia's saloon,
'876 Cambridge av.
" Josephine Meyer, 12, 1062 Fry,
bruised when hit by auto of Dr. J. R.
"Lavieri, 1323 W. Ohio.
" Frank Zalewski, 841 N. Kolin, hit
by auto driven by P. W. Simpson, 522
N. Monticello av.,is he alighted from
car. Leg broken, skull fractured, se
rious internal injuries. Simpson held.
Mrs. Ida Davis, 519 W. 28th, found
dead from escaping gas. Believed ac
cidental. H. W. Lovejoy, 6153 South Park av.,
failed to appear in court to answer
to wife's charges of disorderly con
duct Two kids, 4 and 5, picked up on the
street while hunting adventure, re
fused to give police names. Finally
father, John Lifkus, 4522 S. Marsh
field av., reported they were lost and
took 'em along.
More than 100 men have volun
teered for membership in the civilian
soldier camp to be established at Ft
Sheridan for a month from Sept. 20.
Chief Healey to be called before
council sub-committee to explain
why he ousted veteran members of
Evanston police dep't will start a
Louise Wilson, actress, reappeared
in Chicago after disappearance of 2
weeks. Won't explain mystery.
S. Maukus, 2227 W. 24th, shot self
in attempt to suicide. Will recover.
Frank Volk, 15 W. Ontario, drown
ed in Desplaines river near Willow
Johan Jolin, 60, 3511 Sheffield av.,
suicided with gas. Separated from
Mrs. Louise Rowe, head of dep't
public welfare says there will be no
municipal dances this year. No
John Burnell, 4718 N. Racine, who
shot self 3 times, will recover. Sorry
he bungled job.
Lincoln jubilee opened by colored
race at Coliseum. Orators laud Lin
16 members Chicago Ass'n of Com
merce to cross lake in attempt to
restore people's confidence in lake
F. G. Airy, representing express
co.s of DL, wants rate increase from
public utilities com'n.
Al Jones, negro, arrested at Ven
dome hotel as man whom Mrs. Eve
lyn Romadka left home to become
burglar. Stolen articles found in
Evelyn Stocks, 16, 6306 Drexel av.,
disappeared with man posing as re
porter. Police probing.
South Side real estate men pro
tested to police of plumbing thieves
whose loot totals $730,000 yearly.
Aurora's health commission in
formed citizens they must take bath
once a week.
III. State Society of'Optometrists
almost same as oculists in conven
tion here. , Blame Lake Michigan for
eye and nasal troubles.
Members Chicago Athletic Club
have raised $1,000 fund for defense
of Chas. Williams, bellboy, who shot