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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:44; sunset, 4:27.
Lieut. Enright appointed acting
chief of detectives while Capt
O'Brien takes week's furlough.
Duncan McKay told- detective bu
reau he lost diamond ringand $1,000.
J. H. Godfrey, Englishman, lost
$32 matching pennies in Lincoln
park.
Mount Greenwood now in Chicago
territory according to postal dep't
Edward Zimmer, corporation coun
sel's secretary, 50 years old, given
watch by office.
Edward McGuire sued for $10,000
by Geo. Matthews. Assault charged.
Over 150 employes in election
commissioners' office didn't get pay.
Money tied up in legal tangle.
Coroner's jury found Joe Gasperic,
5, 112 W. 108th, died of exposure.
Lost picking mushrooms. First
thought murdered.
Sam Kee, laundryman, 6614 S. Ra
cine av., reported robbery to police.
Northwestern U. students signing
petition granting extra 6-day Christ
mas leave.
Margatet Mooney, 2209 W. Monroe,
booked for larceny. Charged with
trying to steal coat from L. Klein's,
14th and Habted.
John Rosso, 1010 Aberdeen, arrest
ed for manslaughter in death of Isa
dora Schwartz, 825 S. Hermitage av.
Mr. SteHa Worcester, 305 N. Long
av., dead. Clothes caught fire while
burning rubbish in alley.
Emerson B. Stoddard, 426 S. Clin
ton, filed bankruptcy petition in fed
eral court. Assets $2,467, liabilities
$38,308.
Sam Mandel, 1433 S. Trumbull av.,
arrested in fuss over rooster's crow
ing, freed, Neighbor gave bird away.
Adam Mozdis, 2049 W. 20th, given
$10 verdict Sued John Osak, 2033
W. 19th, because he pulled out mus
tache. Harry Corp, 17, 1458 Emma, dead
after gun fight. Police seeking
Lliarles PinkowskL
Anna Ostaland, 3, 1944 Washburne
av., killed by auto. Car owner, Chas.
Rempert, 3242 S. Harding av., not
held.
Mrs. May Kowalski, 510 S. Kedzie
av., bound and beaten by burglar.
Man fled without loot when her hus
band returned home.
Wm. Fries, 9, 6038 Justine, hit by
Ashland av. car at 61st. Right leg
broken.
Three negroes who robbed Peter
Korzuicki, 12335 Parnell av., escaped
on Penn mail train. Got $14.
Annie Boelter disappeared from her
home in Ripon, Wis., Nov. 8. Found
at 3422 Flournoy st.
John Nuehl, 2939 W. 25th, dead.
Cranked auto truck in C. B. & Q.
freight house. Truck started. Crush--ed
against wall
Franklin H. Jackson, missing cash
ier of Northwestern U, indicted in
criminal court
Well-dressed, unidentified boy,
about 10, brought to County hospital,
dying. Hit by motorcycle at May
and Huron sts.
Bulk of estate of Moses F. Ritten
house, lumber merchant, amounting
to $950,000, goes to widow.
Seymour Rose, 8, 1558 Edgemort
av., run over by auto of Ben Brown,
3457 W. Jackson blvd. Internal injuries..
Policeman John F. Mitchell, 50th
st station, dead. Shot Tuesday while
searching two negroes.
Body of unknown youth found at
75th and Lincoln sts. yesterday. Two
bullets in breast
Marcus Schultz, 9, 5952 Augusta,
hit by auto of Jacob Kraf, 1483 Far
ragut av. Collar bone fractured.
Tony Mustral, 440 N. Wood, ele
vtor operator, freed. Held on suspi
cion since Mollie Kahn lost $1,100 to
robber in his elevator.
David Biagi, 19, 1960 W. Van Bu
ren, sicide. Gas. Reason unknown.
Albert Malmquist, 3916 Halsted,
freed of manslaughter charge. Kflled
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