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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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.NEWS OF THE. DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO..
Sunrise, 5:31; sunset, 5:58.
John Byrne, ass't U. S. dist att'y,
resigned to enter private practice.
Judge O'Connor-to hear arguments
Oct 2 for new trial fcrWrn. Egan and
Walter O'Brien, convicted police offi-
T. P. Garland, chief examiner
county civil service commission,
resigned to enter business.
Bankruptcy petition filed against
Mutual Manufactured Ice Co.
Woman arrested charged with lift
ing pocketbook of Mrs. D. "M. Wilson,
6028 Jackson blvd., pleaded near
sightedness. Combination went wrong on safe
city treasurers' office. Called safe
crackers to open it
Grace Barnett, chorus girl "Tango
Queen" company, Gayety theater, ar
rested, charged with stealing silk
stockings and tights.
Herman Wiseman, 6365 N. Paulina,
charged with bouncing crockery off
P. W. Oberg, 2707 Potwyn pi., and
Mrs. H. H. Belz injured when West
ern av. car hit their1 auto.
Wm. Lewis, Hotel Morrison, and
Thos. Hughes, 1624 Campbell av.,
fined for operating handbook.
Scotch collie frightened away bur
glars at home of Otto Follette, 239
Charles Williams freed of blame in
shooting of Policeman Wm. Rosen
stratter, Chicago av. station. Mistook
officer for burglan
Three arrested after "odor" bombs
drove audience of Regent theater,
6746 Sheridan rd., to street.
Jack Grimsley, dapper young man,
arrested by Janitor Prank Brench
borger of 5931 S. Michigan av., who
says he is burglar. "
Florence E. Suits, 4229 Ellis av.,
sued for divorce. Husband says she
is not satisfied as wife of clerk.
Frank Elhenicky, 5440 S. Lincoln
and Jos. Polka, 2103 W. 51st, injured.
Auto hit motorcycle.
Frieda Nelson, believed member 'of
"Inside gang" working Evanston
homes, taken before grand jury yes
terday. Morris Bilinkis, 1232 Wood, said he
was cuffed by police and kicked out
of Maxwell st station when he ap
plied for warrant
Jos. Sednis, 2 3322 S. Morgan,
dead. Fell from window.
Mrs. Annie Kraatz, 4234 Indiana
av., dead. Heat
Mrs. Fred Busse, widow former
mayor, recovering from operation.
Wm. Killsen, 8r 6245 S. Sangamon,
seriously injured. Hit by street car.
Mrs. Nellie Grace, 7052 S. Win
chester av., robbed, $33, by man who
represented self as Peoples' Gas re
Mrs. Wm. Walsh, widow former po
lice lieut and Jolietvass't warden,, re
ported to Grand Crossing police $500
jewelry robbed from hime.
Henry Porter, negro, attempted to
mistreat Marie Downey, 16, 510 W.
39th, on way home. Dragged her in
dark doorway. Negro beaten by mob.
Police saved him from lynching.
Jas. Britton, 62, janitor, 6900 Har
per av., found overcome by gas. Re
vived. Alberta Howard, singer, 744 Wells,
rescued Alberta Markopolis, infant,
when fire attacked Markopolis fiat
Civil service employes vote today
for member board of trustees of mu
nicipal pension fund.
Pres. Peter Reinberg of county
board ordered all departments to
accept lowest bid for county work.
One man held for murder andeight
as accessories in killing of .Edward
Laux, 1545mS. Harding, beaten to
death at party.
John Backley, 2716 Wallace, con
fessed hitting Thomas Healey, 5420
Maryland av., with gas pipe. Healey
i Mat Quail, saloonkeeper, 710 E.
39th,"sued by Gray G. Wick, actress.