Search America's historic newspapers pages from - or use the U.S. Newspaper Directory to find information about American newspapers published between 1690-present. Chronicling America is sponsored jointly by the National Endowment for the Humanities external link and the Library of Congress. Learn more
title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
meta: 'News about Chronicling America - RSS Feed',
Image provided by: University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL
All ways to connect
Inspector General |
External Link Disclaimer |
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO '
Sunrise, 5:25; sunset, 6:09.
C. A. Rossow, Cedar Rapids, la.,
charged with bigamy by Herman
Bjfck, 2125 W. 21st, who says Ros
sow married his daughter while hav
ing wife in New York.
Michael Rayrnond, released from
Bridewell 2 weeks ago after term for
pandering, rearrested on charge of
violating Mann act with Frances Dal
tillo, 19, Milwaukee.
Cats should be licensed, same as
dogs, says Judge John Stelk.
Michael Kowaczyk, 3144 53d ct,
charged with breaking government
seal and taking $486 worth of copper
wire from L C. box car.
Jos. Sakup, Neenah, Wis., arrested
on charge of J. J. Patterson, business
agent for Beer and Liquor Drivers'
union, that he selicited ads for year
book and pocketed $300.
Aug. Nibbe, 12032 Normal av.,
found- dead across gas stove. One
burner open. Believed accidental.
Louis Lribsohn, 8940 Cottage
Grove av., asked police to search for
Louis Schwab, who, he says, escaped
second time from Elgin insane hos
pital. Fire attorney investigating blaze at
4554 S. Rockwell, occupied by J. Du
kowicz and J. Janshowski.
i Will be no live stock exhibit at state
fair, Springfield, account hoof and
Mrs. Louise Manis, 3612 Calumet
av., saw 2 men pick up pocketbook on
State st Promised to "diwy" if she'd
keep quiet Gave them $300 as evi
dence of good faith. Gone.
Thos. Burns arrested with 14 men
for gambling at 725 E. 39th.
Friends of father caused arrest of
Gerald Blee, Cherry, 111., who passed
' Geo. Barbertson, 3210 S. State,
killed by auto at Vincennesand 71st
38 tons of coal, alleged to have been
stolen from freight cars, recovered
by South Chicago police. To be
given to destitute families.
John Rodowski, 8243 Brandon av.f
arrested for having stolen property.
Girl who died at County hospital
identified as Laura Sincox, South
Bend, by her brother. Illegal opera
tion. Patrolman Anderson, who killed
John Lebrock, alleged burglar who
tried to escape, exonerated by cor
Harry Ramsey, cartoonist, awoke O
everybody in neighborhood trying to
get into home. Tried to eret into thP
John Smith held on $30,000 bonds.
Identified as chauffeur of auto ban
dits who robbed Franklin Park State
Michael Zimmer, new Joliet pen
warden, and family may oecupy
quarters in which Warden Allen's
wife was murdered.
Federated Orthodox Jewish Char
ities, facing financial crisis, appeals
for aid. Needs $11,000 this month.
E. J. Reid, 2334 W. Austin av., ar-
'"lcu ao uuns or youthful swindlers
nuv are saia to nave i
cleaned up $15,-
Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Clemes, 727
Foster, Evanston, will go to India as
Woodlawn merchants will issue
monthly list of people who don't pay
bills, so other stores can refuse
S. L. Kelly apartment, 946 Argyle,
ransacked by taxi burglars, who got
51.000 in jewelry, silver and clothing.
Mayor Thompson lost his big cow
boy "good luck" hat at the Chicago
Yacht club banquet last nieht
Chicago gained 50,000 population
last year and now has 2,550,000. Gain
not considered as great as gain made A
C. B. & Q. Ry. confesses it violated
law forbidding car confinement of
cattle for more than 28 hours.
Woman, believed Anna Finore,
found with fractured skull nn ctroof
I by Sam DuVries, 2349 Cleveland av.