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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:27; sunset, 4:41.
Detective Serg't Wm. Cairns fired
by civil service comm'n. Refused to
do reserve duty, charge.
Charles WhitehalJ, employe Argo
Corn Products Co., found dead in a
gas-filled room in Argo.
Frank Moriality and Roy Atkinson,
suspects in the Phillips murder, re
leased by coroner's jury.
Suit for $25,000 filed against Dr.
Arthur E. Price by Fred Dobratz, a
bricklayer. Malpractice charged.
Frank Beeck, 1140 N. Franklin,
cook, dead. Shot by Sam Johnson,
negro porter in Jeffrey Tavern, 83d
and South Chicago av.
Arthur Dougherty, 3839 Vernon
av., fined $25. Caught looking into
windows of women, Congress hotel.
Joseph Roseneowsky, 2425 Poto
mac av., electrician, arrested for
throwing shoes through store win
dow at State and Randolph.
Mrs. Jessie Beck, proprietor res
taurant, 913 E. 63d, filed voluntary
petition in bankruptcy.
John Dacey, 7, and Fred, 5, of 1135
Hanna st, Forest Park, came into
city on coal wagon to see sights.
Taken back by police.
Harry Billering, 1012 Wells, arrest
ed as vagrant. Police found $320 in
bills in his clothing.
New trial denied Dr. Arthur L.
Blunt in hearing before Federal
JUdge Landis.
Police hear that Bolaslaw Chore
manski, 6, 1331 Julian St., was
thrown into river by older boy. In
quest continued.
Otto C. Christen, 821 N. St. Louis
av., exonerated in death of Leona
Taylor, 5, killed by his auto.
Judge Thos. Taylor entered judg
ment of $75,000 against American
Fidelity Co. on bond of defunct La
Salle st bank.
Verdict of accidental death return
ed over Rudolph Sebastian, 9, 1353 S.
Fairfield av., who hung self while
playing circus-
Frank Heinioke, bartender, and
four customers in saloon at 1961 W.
Van Buren held up. Minus $59.80.
Federal government seized 41,250
lbs. beans. Afflicted with plant dis
ease. Charles A. Peck won $10,000 suit
filed by Mrs. Ella Julian, artist, charg
ing personal injuries.
Three assistants and Cy De Vry,
head of Lincoln Park zoo, bound and
manicured "Kitty," jaguar.
John M. Kantor, city real estate ex
pert, sued Aid. Rob't Buck for $25,
000, alleging slander.
Mrs. Laura Grobel, 6328 S. Racine
av., got divorce today. Statutory
charges.
Fred C. Boorman, indicted for al
leged graft against railway compan
ies while claim agent, arrested in Mil
waukee. Adelina Borgia, 11, 1335 S. Karlov
av.. frightened burglar from home.
Mrs. Alma Scott, 3820 W. North
av., got divorce. Husband threw
water at her mother.
Woman registered as "Mrs. C. M.
Silton, Detroit," tried suicide in Wil
ton hotel, 4516 Clifton av. May live.
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SEAMEN'S LAW AT WORK
New York, Nov. 4. The LaFollette
seamen's law, by which congress at
tempts to extend American standards
to all shipping plying to our ports re
gardless of nationality, goes into ef
fect today. A canvass of shipping
centers yesterday failed to reveal any
concrete damage. Agents were lo
quacious over iniquity of measure,
but could not point to any special in
jury it had worked.
Steamship companies yesterday
sent squads of men to the local board
of steamship inspectors for examin
ation under new law.
Ants have the faculty of crossing
water by means of the surface ten
sion of the liquid, but they resort to
it only under great necessity.
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