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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 14, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:29; sunset, 6:02.
Rob't Kelly, life guard, says Gor
don Carveth, 5223 Ellis av., threat
ened him when warned not to dive
from pier, 51st st- beach, because
water was too shallow Carveth ar
rested. Disorderly charge.
John Beineler, 2406 Wabash av.,
dead. Slept on fire escape to keep
cooL Rolled off.
Waukegan Commercial club has
written Wilson and Dunne to save
Mrs. Scott Durand's $51,000 head of
milch cows.
M. J. Sheehan, mail carrier who
pleaded guilty to stealing letters from
mail, given suspended sentence until
stork arrived. Reported to Judge
Carpenter yesterday that baby was
born and he was ready for jaiL
R. I. Deegans, 4334 Calumet,
TOatf.hman. savs Doliceman who ar
rested youths who fired shots at him
released them on receipt of money
from gunmen.
Wm. Hall, negro, 955 Carroll av.,
in hospital. John Dpodiyo. Italian,
'640 S. Sangamon, under arrest Both
city hall laborers. Hall shot result of
race feud.
Mercury sauntered up to 88 yester
day. One degree cooler than Sun-
rfav hnttp.Rt nf Vfiar.
Aldermen are peeved because copa
ies of city payroll, oraerea prmtea
months ago, have not oeen given out.
If Comptroller Pike don't soon come
across council may take direct action
when it meets next month.
Chicago Chinese are boycotting the
Japanese. Discharge Jap workmen
and won't buy at Jap shaps.
Miss Isabeile Ross, Lake Bluff
postmistress, lost job because of
seeming shortage in books.
, J. D. Cahill, Peru, III., to bury
Katherine Cahill, pauper, just be
cause her name's CahilL
Coroner's jury exonerated Rob't
McAllister, 824 Woodbine av., Oak
Park, whose auto fatally injured Carl
fichultz, 304 Circle av.
Fred Nye and Alfred Shulz, 659
Wells, injured when scaffolding col
lapsed in Practitioners' hospital.
Were painting ceiling.
Chief Healey called up station and
found desk sergeant in command.
Says commanding officer must be at
all stations at all times.
T. Inaba, inspector of schools from
Japan, and wife visited mayor. In
terviewed Theodore Gross, sup't of
playgrounds.
City Clerk Siman turned $282 over
to treasury which might have been
kept by him. Is fourth of hunting
and fishing licenses which he is en
titled to keep.
Safeblowers entered plant of the
Pabst Brewing Co., 3056 E. 95th.
$100.
Edith Colby, 3141 Calumet av., lost
diamond pin worth $700 in loop.
Patrolman McVeigh, Englewood,
bitten by mosquito. Has blood poi
soning .
Warrants issued for Hattie Sattler,
South Chicago's vice crusade leader,
and Mrs. Mary O'DonnelL Anna
Smith, 9026 the Strand, say they as
saulted her.
Mrs. Margaret Cunningham, 41 W.
60th, arrested for 100th time for dis
orderly conduct Annoyed neigh
bors. Delegation of South Side business
men called on mayor to ask issuance
of saloon license to John Lynch and
Achie Cochrane at 2000 S. Wabash.
Mayor to be advised.
Marie Cousins, 5, 1452 S. Racine
av., cut about face and hands. Swing
broke. Fell through glass door.
Doris Pour, 14 months, 2547 War
ren av., fatally scalded by mother.
Let pan of hot water slip.
Cornelius Wieringa,. 1207 N. Cen
tral av., beer wagon driver, fined $50
for selling 13-year-old girl beer.
Maywood village board to put up
gates at all grade crossings in town.
John Holler, released from pen on
Sept 8, robbed two houses in Keno-

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