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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 09, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:33; sunset, 4:35.
City Prosecutor Miller had liquor
selling charges against Otto Kasch,
5540 W. Chicago av., and Harry
Moyer, 5756 -W. Chicago av., non
suited. Federal grand jury has resumed
hearing Eastland disaster evidence.
Waiters' club, 118 S. Clark, raided.
Six arrested, charged with playing
$50,000 suit against III. Surety Co.,
result of failure of LaSalle St Trust
and Savings bank, some of whose
funds it guaranteed.
To get $25 fee Chas. Tittier signed
$1,000 bond for Michael Deluso in
federal court. Deluso gone. Bond
Western Newspaper Union and the
American Press ass'n charged with
violating anti-trust restraining order.
New sort of rogues gallery estab
lished at detective bureau where daily
movies of those arrested on criminal
charges will be taken for exhibition
at all police stations.
Henry Stevens, 80, 3019 Eastwood
Carl Levy, 12024 Indiana av., beat
en up, robbed of watch by man who
did not take $400 diamond. Done by
jealous rival, say police.
Report that human leg was lying
on prairie brought police ambulance
to 47th and Morgan in jiffy. Was
John Salmon, 6152 S. Morgan,
salesman New York Piano Co., 3128
Lincoln av., held to grand jury on
charge of operating confidence game
with piano sale to Mrs. Mary Klott,
2346 N. Racine av.
Dr. Carla M. Chmatal, 1109 N. Sac
ramento blvd., in $2,500 suit against
Shi. Railways Co.. says fall from car
partially disrobed her, causing her
iuch mortification before crowd.
River Forest village board to open
negotiations with sanitary district
unless Public Service Co. lower its
rate for electricity.
Postmaster W. A. Hutchinson, Oak
Park, to retire Dec. 31 with record of
18 years' continuous service, longest
time for first-class postmasters. R. C.
Sherrard, 1912 opponent of Congress
man McAndrews, may be his suc
cessor. Roger Sullivan back from east.
Predicts Chicago will get Democratic
presidential convention and Wilson
will be swept into nomination.
Martin Hanrahan, 1111 Lytle,
chauffeur, refuses to tell who shot
him. Another taxi sped along side
his and fire was opened on him. He
was hit three times. May die. Be
lieved result of taxi war.
John Gardner, musician, divorced
by wife for second time. She says
she will not marry him again:
Board or education finance com
mittee plans new school houses for
Albany av. and 19th, and Beacon and
Montrose av., to cost $225,000 each.
Policeman Jas. Davin seized Mrs.
Suzanna Watson, 1510 E. 62d, 45, as
she was about to leap into Jackson
"Don't sneeze in books. It spreads
disease" is new order of Chi. Public
Poliseman Thos. P. Feeney, 3525
W. 22d st, who was called to appear
before trial board to answer charge
of inviting woman to nave drink,
missing. Police believe he may have
Mme. Aino Malmberg, Finnish pa
triot and Russian exile, predicted in
speech at Fine Arts theater that labor
war will sweep world after European
City club committee charges that
school trustees approved pay of em
ploye who had been dead a year.
She sat on the steps at eventide,
Enjoying the balmy air.
He came and asked, "May I sit by
And she gave him a vacant stair.