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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 06, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:52; sunset, 5:24.
Robert Parker paroled "to mother
when he promised not to violate Har
rison drug act again.
Willoughby Walling "made defen
dant in $8,000 tax suit filed by state's
attorney. Hasn't paid since 1907.
Dr. C. S. Drake, sec'y state board
of health, left for Frisco convention
to explain operation of embalmers'
act.
Verdict of $45,000 returned against
B. & O. railroad. Jas. Wilson, brake
man, wash crushed between trains.
Dis't Att'y Clyne halted on trip to
California. Must go to Washington
to talk over pending cases with att'y
general
Judge Sabath placed safety first
sign below top of bench in speeders'
court.
Superior court dismissed Mrs. Eva
Devnes' suit for annulment. Ane De
Vries married opera singer so she
could break contract.
Woman's Party of Cook county
congratulated mayor on his closing
Sunday saloons.
Federal grand jury again convened
after five-day recess.
Appellate court upheld in opinion
right of city to dismiss civil service
employes to curtail expenses.
Warrant out for Geo. Harding
Schmidt, 1308 S. Harding av who
disappeared with $230 of Dodgers'
Athletic club.
Wm. Rodiger left personal property
amounting to $291,012, according to
estate filed in probate court
Isadore Rabinovitch, actor, stopped
in middle of act jn Magnet theater,
12th and Kedzie, and had wife ar
rested for bigamy and robbery.
Last-words of Will Flaherty, 1843
Maud av.,was appeal to police to find
son who ran away night before he
died.
Rob't Cade, 2029 N. Avers av., dis
charged on complaint of Mrs. Minnie
Baer, 3019 Eastwood av., who claims
1 s stole her chimney piecemeal.
Edward Robson, 2140 Milwaukee
av., left coat hanging on gas jet Kill
ed. Wife and baby overcome.
Patrolman Nicholas Simon, detail
ed at N. Halsted station since its erec
tion in 1887, handed in resignation.
Fell from "L" station in chase after
thieves. Hurt
Five new cases of typhoid found in
Oak Park high. May be quarantined..
Four rooms in St Charles school
closed when diphtheria broke out
Half of $165,000 estate of Ben
Cable, pres. of United Charities, left
to mother.
Four more girls selected by South
ern club to represent states through
which Dixie highway passes for 'part
in Grant park tableau.
Chas. Fitzpatrick, 1550 N. Clark, in
critical condition. Burned by boiling
oil which exploded in Nielsen Bros.'
factory, 2727 Quinn st
Theo Lyons, tango dancer, fined
$300. Pandering.
Saloonkeeper passing fire at 13331
Baltimore av., which made Mrs. Em
ma Colon, widow, homeless, gave her
$50.
Frank Mordon, 9747 Commercial
av., sent to Detention hospital. Sent
false tips to police.
Detective Wragg raided crap game
at 1410 E. 63d. Claris Brent stole his
coat and shoes, which he took off to
climb fire escape. Fined $25.
Members Wilmette village board
postponed consideration of request of
85 youths who want to use 2d floor
of city hall for clubhouse.
Adam Webster, Evanston taxi driv
er, arrested for driving away with
Mrs. Fred Wagner's handbag con
taining $500 in cash and jewelry.
Appellate court upheld decree of di
vorce of Mme. Schumann-Heink
from Willjam Rapp, Jr.
Moy Dong Hoy held christening in
Chinatown for son. William Thomp
son Moy, named after mayior.
Probate Judge Hornerehtered or
der allowing Mrs. Josephine Busse to
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