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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 19, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Today is apple day.
Sunrise, 6:07; sunset, 5:03.
Government dredge at work closed
Wells st bridge for hours.
Police asked to find Mrs. Jane Mc
Dougal and Mrs. Ronalds of Saginaw,
Mich. Sister want&4nem-
Hearing of anti-trust suit against
Corn Products Co. on again in Con
gress hotel
Suit for $25,000 started for estate of
Prank Kable, against Goodrich Tran
sit Co. Kable had arm broken on
boat
Supreme court hearing today to
decide whether city treasurer has the
right to pay bills not provided for in
budget
Yellow Cab Co. got 13th injunction
against cabbies operating yellow
taxis.
John Cowles, said to be wanted in
Washington, D. C, arrested by fed.
officers here.
Sam Simons, alleged pickpocket,
arrested on "L" station at Adams and
Wabash av. Serg't J. C. Sloop hurt
in scuffle.
Wm. Kom, 739 E. 40th, got $10,
000 verdict against Chi. Junction R.
R,. for injuries.
Aid. Buck asked Corp. Counsel
Folsom for opinion on duties of City
Prosecutor Miller, who refused to
push blind pig cases in Buck's ward.
Estate of Chas. W. Baker, $80,000,
to be divided between widow," two
daughters and two sons.
Frank Doyle found dead in cell of
Desplaines street station. Heart
disease.
Harry Edelman, 1300 S. Jefferson,
lost $300 to "con" man, who induced
him to put money into envelope for
safe-keeping.
Mrs. Catherine Bastek, 163 W. Erie,
beaten over head with iron bar when
she chased strange man and woman
from yard.
13-year-old boy found drunk at
Dore school refuses to tell where he
got booze.
Street car service started on West
ern av. between Lawrence and Bryn
Mawr.
Albert Holm and Joe. Huert, 1818
19 N. Keystone av., ran away Satur
day night to go to Frisco. Got hun
gry at Wilmette. Got spanked last
night
Robbers stole costly chrysanthe
mums from yard in front of Oak Park
police station. r"1
Sam Mottkiwutz, 2063 Dekalb, v
fined $1 in Evanston for unloading
pipe from wagon at hour so early it
aroused sleepers. "T
Case against R. L. Sandwick, prin
cipal Highland Park high school,
charged with whipping boy, dropped
by Mrs. Theresa Bodner, mother of
the boy.
Miss Julia Opp, in private life Mrs.
Wm. Faversham and star of "The
Hawk," is ilL
Ignoring strife of fatherlands, Anna
Schmidt, Belgian, wedded Karl Eitel,
German.
J. E. Byrne, for eight years indict
ment expert U. S. atty's office, quit
job to enter private practice.
Peter Geltis, owner restaurant 1611
N. California, charged with forging
checks.
Miss May Hoyne failed to appear
tor studies at Austin high school yes
terday. Had eloped with B. S. Beel,
information clerk La Salle hotel
Granddaughter twins of Grandpa
Geo. Perrins, 4834 Washington blvd.,
attacked with scissors and candle
stick until grandpa came and shied
shoes at intruder's head until he fled.
Leonard Offarson, charged with
robbery, told jury he had become a
father since his arrest Acquitted.
Clean Food club on campaign to
have flour millers substitute heavy g
paper sacks for cloth ones. '
J. R. Palandech, prominent Serb,
says soon there will be as many wom
en as men fighting in Serbian army.
John Ryan, Benton Harbor, found
water too uncomfortably cold for sui-
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