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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 02, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO '
Sunrise, 5:48; sunset, 5:30.
Peter W. Ford arraigned, charge
stealing $4,171 worth of silk and auto
tires from NY. Central freight car;
G. B. JanseiTaTid Feliv Ziolowski on
charge of receiving stolen goods.
Fed. civil service commission to
hold exams Nov. 2-3 for positions
paying $3 a day to $3,600 a year.
Dispute over estate R. E. Ismond,
who left $448,000. Granddaughter
Ismond White complains.
Still another injunction petition
filed by Yellow Cab Co. against man
who owns yellow taxi. Wants to keep
all yellow colored cabs out of hiring
service but its own.
Chas. Simmons, special policeman
convicted manslaughter for killing
Hyman Jacobs, denied new trial.
Mrs. Julia Muster, 68 E. 59th, suing
Wm. Steinhoff, who lives above her
$50,000. Charges he beat her.
Granville Shaw, 1522 E. 65th pi.
fined $1. Disorderly.
John Backley, 2716 Wallace, held
on manslaughter charge. Says he
hit Thos. Healy, 5420 Maryland av.,
over head with gas pipe In self-defense.
Bale of hay killed Julius Ziehmann,
75, 2718 EUston av., stable U. S. Brew
ing Co.
15 batches smoked out of bachelor
apts., 4525 Broadway. Slight flre New
Sheridan theater.
Sam Solomon, 517 Wells, thinking
himself private detective, ordered
four on corner Division and Halsted
to "move on." Real police rescued
him before seriously injured.
John Dadakovis, owner bakery
1458 S. Racine av., charged in wife's
divorce bill with taking her picture
and shooting it full of holes.
Chas. McAuliff, 348 S. Homan,
charged with giving $100 check to
Majestic hotel, then stopping pay
ment Wm. A. Brewerton, Oak Park, sec'y
CGara Coal Co., has adopted Robert
Schaefer, Johnsburg, HI. J
"Thought all policemen were Irish,"
said crestfallen Oscar Lund, 209
Wendell, when arrested by Swedish
policeman. Charge "borrowing" $55
from sweetheart, Minnie Johnson,
1114 Wesley av.
J. M. Gitles, 3122 2W. 19th, robbed
of $50 in synagogue, 1216 S. Sawyer.
Helen Bartosiak, 5, 2414 W. 25th,
dead. Played near bonfire.
Dr. Adolfo Luria, 3611 Lexington,
freed stamp violation charge.
Theo. Arazin. 45. 1508 N. KeHvale.
dead. Fell 175 feet down shaft nf
new water tunnel, Wilson and Lawn
dale avs. Was ridine dirt hnoket
hoist Lost balance.
Judge Fred Smith nullified manv
trust and auiclaim deeds against 9.R
Evanston lots, valued S3.000. left Art
Institute by Mrs. Catherine Wright.
C. E. Jaeger, salesman D. B. Fisk
& Co., found 11 pearls, worth $275,
in an oyster.
Madison st bridge will be closed
from 8 a. m. to 3 p. m. Sunday. Street
cars will run on Adams between.Clin
ton and Franklin. 9
Armour & Co. will install new style
automatic stoker to try to lessen the
smoke and coal-burning expenses.
W. W. Marple's home, 4642 Drexel
blvd., robbed $1,000 worth of stuff.
Postal erperts and ass't sec'y of the
treasury coming to ChL to inspect
proposed West Side postoffice site.
After Jan. 1 auto trucks will sun.
piant street cars in handling Chicago
mail
A. C. Loebe, federal grand juror,
found $5 bill en route to lunch.
Bought 10 cents' worth of eats.
Mrs. Lyman E. Cooley, wife of for
mer sanitary board consulting engi
neer, underwent serious operation at
Evanston hospital.
Since 1892 Ch'icago university has
received $32,563,00 in gifts and is
promsied $5,000,000 more.
DictasrraDh record mav be intro
duced in Fred Matters' estate case in
attempt to prove Att y S. A. Bnstown '
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