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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 11, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunsire, 5:26; sunset, 6:07.
Henry Barrett Chamberlain and
Aid. Smith and Rodriguez appointed
"' as subcommittee of council to inves
tigate Chicago liquor trade.
Municipal Judge Stelk wants night
court open all night
i Charles Williams to be tried second
; time for murder of Detective Rosen
' .strater. Jury disagreed first time.
I Mrs. Kate Farrell, charged with
r perjury in testimony in second trial
?' of James Franche, "Duffy the Goat,"
f before grand jury. Indicted,
f' Louis Foire, 1700 W, Monroe, tak-
. en to County hospital. Beaten by 10
1 men. Police probing for cause.
EdwrdReid, 2334 W. Austin av.,
"held at detective bureau for passing
"' bad checks.
) Mark Grass, who deserted wife four
.j years ago, sentenced to Bridewell for
j six months.
i- Elinore Sage, 8 months, 3343 N.
J Hoyne av., died from infection on
J-" arm, believed to be caused by insect
Antoine Gaich, secretary of French
consulate, given two dog licenses by
city. Treaty exempts him from minor
Mrs. Elmer Jewell, 316 W. 59th,
wants husband released from Bride
well so he can support her and attend
funeral of daughter.
Ernest Lorschner, former ticket
agent Cuyler station on Northwest
ern, to be brought back here from
1 Iowa for $900 embezzlement.
r Gustave Heik arrested for fraud.
Had teeth filled with gold. Took
out metal and sold it
Several steeplejacks made members
of painters' district council. To form
John Brejcha, 1848 W. 18th, to be
wedded Sept 18, missing. t Believed
.Victim of accident
Chicago stenographers laugh at
f idea of Boston reformer who says all
stenographers should work in wire
cage:, .in piotection.
Mrs. Nestor Clarkson, 4504 Vin
cennes av., reported two children
missing. Blames Rev. Clarkson, for
Frank Nyberg, 18, first defective de
linquent to be sent to state institution
under new law.
Special Park comm'n took action
toward establishment of beach be
tween 75th and 77th sts.
Mary Csontes held to grand jury.
Stole $1,500 ring from sweetheart
Gave it to friend who pawned it
Otto Meyer, one of group of four
burglars being held in Jail, told of
plan for jail delivery which included
plot to kill Jailer Davies.
Walter McGuire made chief of po
lice of Lake Forest Is crack shot
400 detective sergeants heard
speech of Ernest Payne at meeting of
their ass'n yesterday. "We are free
from politics, so let's get to work,"
Chicago police looking for "Sonny"
Yerabek, 9, Forest Park, who disap
peared Aug. 17. Think tramps kid
Joseph McGuire, who knows a half
a dozen judges and who calls himself
& 1st ward repeater, sent to Bride
well. Votes several times.
Mrs. Herbert Bowen wants divorce.
Says husband tried to rob his child's
Mariano Martino, 949 Crosby, shot
at Didn't reply to Black Hand let
ters. Mayor's finance committee approv
ed plan of Red Cross to distribute
Eastland fund to families:
Joseph Nazak, 1146 S. Loomis, ar
rested for trying to sell stolen motor
cycle. John and Frank Romiskes, 4 and 3
years old, 1428 S. Union, badly burn
ed when fulminating cap exploded. .
30th years' existence of Moody
Bible Institute opened yesterday by
Charges against Pipeman Harnoi3
of fire dep't dismissed by trial board.