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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 11, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:36; sunset, 4:33.
Brick hurled through window of
Mrs. Hattie Sattler, 9014 Green Bay
av. Blame laid on vice element
Mrs. Elizabeth" -Bjiluncko, 4345
Honore, arrested as disorderly, freed
on promise to care for children.
Edward Balltazore, accused of bi
gamy, did not appear in Judge Broth
ers court Bonds of $1,000 forfeited.
Otto Runde, 274 Pine Grove av.,
son-in-law of circuit court judge, ar
rested for larceny and bond forfeit
ure. R. W. Crawley, 142 W. 71st pi.,
street inspector, accused before civil
service comm'n of grafting. Denied
charges.
John Kamicki, 3008 Parnell av., an
rested for driving past car -while load
ing, told judge he couldn't stop his
horse. Freed.
Mrs. Mary Neville awarded $15,
000 damage against city. Hurt on
defective sidewalk at Ogden and Har
rison. Ralph Salerno and Andrew Insula
to, both 15, released on bonds. Ac
cused of sending threatening letters.
Letters from other women to hus
band signed "Dearie" won divorce for
Mrs. Marjory R. Tull, 4234 Grand
Blvd
Mayor Thompson, before Chicago
Medical society, declared for larger
appropriation for child welfare work.
Mathias Probsdorfer, Steger, III.,
rolled between cars at Polk and
Clark. Dead.
Frank Duboise, 315 W. 22d, arrest
ed in Voorhees murder, freed. No evi
dence against him shown.
Petition for injunction to prevent
boost in assessments for Woodmen of
-America filed before Judge Baldwin.
John D. Berkey, 116 E. Walton pi.,
reported loss of $2,500 in jewels to
thief. Police on case.
Negro took handbag of Mrs. N.
Daniels of Aurora, HL, while she stood
on Ellis platform of Kenwood branch
-L." Contained $5.
Harry Gillbright, 70, 41 Long av.,
broker, run over by wagon as he left
his office, Insurance Exchange bldg.
Several ribs broken.
Wm. E. Martin of Martin & Martin,
manufacturers of stove polish, sued
for $25,000 by Mrs. Hattie Talley of
St Louis, who says stove polish ex
ploded and burned her.
Walter O'Brien, former detective
sergeant, spent night in county jail
while attempt is being made to get
stay of pen sentence from Judge Car
ter. Judge O'Connor overruled mo
tion for arrest of judgment.
Thirty carriers of the News-Jndex,
Evanston, on strike. Want more
money.
A. B. McCord, 121 Wesley av., Oak
Parki under arrest on "con" game
charges. M. B. Hart, 223 W. Jackson
blvd., complained.
Coroner's jury over body of John
O'Brien, killed in Chicago Heights
in gun fight with police, decided he
was bank robber.
Judge Smith, circuit court, issued
injunction against Chicago Heights
to prevent giving of contracts on al-"
leged nnfair bids.
Animals of Lincoln Park zoo .re
moved to winter houses in prepara
tion for cold weather.
Mrs. Beatrice Schrieber, saloon
keeper, 130 W. Erie st, shot at by
robber. Screamed for aid when
holdup entered saloon. Intruder
frightened away.
Charles Sunrise, stableman, 1326
State, slugged and beaten by two
men for $2 and watch. Robbers
threw watch away.
John Kiley, 19, 373T Parnell av.,
found at Root st and Emerald av.,
Buffering from three .stab wounds.
Refused to talk.
Mrs. Mary Ruffallo, 22, 944 Loomis,
beaten and robbed of $35 by well
dressed young man who posed as a
prospective roomer.
Joe Smith, Hudson hotel, 435 N.
Clark, found dead with handkex-
-t.

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