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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 21, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:10; sunset, 5:00.
Aid. J. J. Coughlin fighting with
other relatives to get share of $250,
000 estate of George and Jas. Han
ley, killed in auto accident
Mayor Thompson toasted Bryan
with grape juice at Home Expo, at
Chas. Heatherington brought back
from Canada for con game. Swindled
men on promise to make daughters
51 public school teachers married
last six months. Names changed on
Natalie Herman, 18, 3905 N. Fran
cisco, arrested for swindling. Bogus
Mrs. Edward Fleming, wife of
state's attys secretary, speeded up
car and escaped bandits on South
Christ Woerer, 10117 Prospect av.,
picked his fall strawberry crop last
night Had several boxes.
It's Dollar Day today at North Clark
st business men's carnival on North
Sjde. $1 worth more than 100 cents.
Auto parade tonight
Colin Fyffe to. be att'y for election
Helen Rodak, 1, 13406 Houston av.,
burned to death. little brother play
ed with matches.
Federal judge started to investi
gate alleged intimidation of witness
against Dr. A. L. Blunt, charged with
Mrs. Earl Hanley, 4610 Vinceryies
av., turned on gas after husband left.
L. Basch & Co., State st jewelers,
sued for $25,000 by Ignatius Barnard,
former manager, who charges non
payment of salary and commissions.
120 bottles Russian vodka arrested.
Charged with being made in Brook
lyn and falsely wearing "imported"
Jas O'Dea Storen, former Maxwell
st police captain, paid $1,139 fine Im
posed f-fH" conspiracy in graft
14 barbers fined $10 each for not
having 1915 license.
Thos. O'Connor, owner saloons
Van Buren and State and Van Buren
and Fifth av., bankrupt. Once was
loop saloon king, owning four.
Rev. Thos. F. Burke, rector Paulist
Fathers, given dinner, Hotel LaSalle,
by former members Paulist chorist- J'
Photograph for first time admitted
in XJ. S. circuit as evidence.
Jos. Dvoracek, 1924 W. 21st, de
layed street car by keeping his wagon
on tracks. Fined $5.
Edw. Danub, 10, 1206 W, Austin
av., dead. Tried to steal ride on lum
ber wagon. Fell under wheel.
Michael Coyne, 1257 S. Crawford
av., released by Judge LaBuy when
he sang song in courtroom.
Olaf Larson, 360 W. Oak, found
dead in street vestibule.
Aid. Ceo. Pretzel, presented with a
diamond-studded star by business
men of 26th ward.
Alleged negligence of Northwest
ern railroad watchman caused Carl
Heinig to be killed at Glencoe, says
John Murphy, Gary, drug victim,
broke into office Dr. Edw. Otto, 1337
Larrabee, in attempt to get morphine.
Again aldermen will discuss subr
way problem. Public hearings to be
held. Much opposition expected.
Residences worth $2,000,000 go
ing up in Lake Forest Taxes are
"lower" in Lake county than in Cook.
Lloyd Sherman, 17, 937 W. Adams,
stabbed -in quarrel in Jefferson park.
City Pros. Miller filed $37,500 worth )
of suits against traction companies.
Charges franchise evasion's.
John Leach, Nashville, Tenn., left
Bridewell after 6 months' term for
larceny. Arrested at door on charge
of using mails to defraud.
Sunday Evening club was "at
home" last night In Caxion club