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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise,6:00; sunset, 5:12.
Peter Dudinsky, 3, skull fractured.
Hit by swing at Holden Square play
ground. "
Coroner Hoffman to address citi
zens of Marshalltown, la., on "Safety
First" tonight
Federal appellate court failed to
reverse contempt ruling of Judge
Carpenter on R. R. Ricketts. Cited
for refusal to declare assets.
Five policemen to face trial board
today, charged with intoxication.
Pres. John Metz and 118 members
of Carpenters' union, left for Indian
apolis for funeral of Jas. Kirby, Int.
pres. of union.
Four generations celebrated 85th
birthday of JfiffSarah C. Flowers at
4844 KenmoreVav.'
Two robbers got two overcoats and
$36 from saloon of Sigmund Weis,
2200 W. Harrison.
Jos. M. Zazlaw, 1239 S. Kedzie a v.,
arrested. Hurled silverware when
discharged from job at Federal Sil
verware Co., Mailers bldg.
Oak Park police force of 26 men
to he reorganized today. To have
16 officers and 9 patrolmen.
Auto bandits got $180 from saloon
of Joseph Rapaczynski, 1800 W. Su
perior. Dr. J. L. Eisendrath stabbed by a
burglar whom he captured leaving
flat of Mrs. Anna Caplinger, 1733 N.
Halsted.
Walter Rakowski, 2, 839 W. 23d,
crushed to death by auto truck. Vin
cent Leracy held by police.
-Albert Burroughs, chauffeur, ar
rested for making faces at Traffic
Policeman Gall at Monroe and Dear
'born. Poisoned candy sent to Mabel
Briggs, 724 Austin av., Oak Park. Girl
unharmed. Jealousy over expected
marriage to Wilbur Moffatt of Crystal
Lake, believed cause.
Case of Morris & Co. against A. D.
T. Co. dismissed. Sued because mes-
Jge was not transmitted promptly.
Inquest over Anna Dinsford, Ke
wanee, III, continued. Probing illegal
operation circumstances.
Burt Lay, 436 St. James pi., bruise'd
by auto at Washington and 5th av.
Driver didn't stop.
Anton Osradowski, 1955 W. Huron,
burned to death. Gasoline exploded Qj
in garage.
Jos. Zmugg, 184&iFremont, follow
ed three con men who took $3,000
from him by trick. Had two arrested.
Judge Hugo Pam elected pres.
Young Men's Associated Jewish
Charities at Hotel LaSalle meeting
yesterday.
Mrs. John E. Wayman, widow of
former state's att'y, received check
for $171,404 fees due from late hus
band's position.
Leah Owens, 13, 723 E. 42d, miss
ing. Father says she eloped. Police
asked to search.
Wm. Simmons, 557 Bryant av., fell
from ladder while painting at 5709
Eberhardt av.
Wm. Schultz ot Desplaines missing.
Coroner and police asked to search.
Accidental verdict returned in the
death of family of Otto Hardekopf,
1954 Sedgwick. Four killed by gas.
u.Dr. A. C. Meyer, 3647 Indiana av.,
broke leg. Horse threw him under
wheels of .auto.
Adolph Nelson, janitor 4632 Prairie
av., arrested for beating wife. Bit
policeman's finger when taken into
custody.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Birthday musicale, auspices Esther
Falkenstein Settlement Woman's
club, Holstein Park, Oakley av. and tL
Ems, Thursday night, honor com-
memoration Esther Falkenstein. j t
Monthly meeting of the Alliance of
Protestant Women of Illinois in Red
Room, Hotel La Salle, Friday, Oct 15,
at 2 p. m. Open meeting. Mr. Mc
Gee, former pastor of St Joseph's
Roman Catholic church of Roseburg,
Ore., will speak.

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