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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 30, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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er with the mayor to set down a def
inite tag day policy.
Chief Healey asked council for
1,292 new patrolmen, 150 motorcy
cles and 25 high-powered autos.
COUNCIL AGAIN ASKS CHIEF
HEALEY TO EXPLAIN
Chief Healey has been asked for
another explanation by the city coun
ciL An order introduced by Aid.
Buck last, night demands a reply
from the chief at the next meeting of
the council as to
Why he hasn't revoked the special
police licenses which he is allowed
to do under the ordinance creating
Why he hasn't compiled a list of
private guards and sluggers who
have been granted these license's;
Why he hasn't procured a list of
detective agencies who are supplying
Why he hasn't prevented guards
from congregating outside of the
And whether or not he has sent
out an order to enforce all laws
against the employes of the clothing
bosses that are being enforced
against the strikers.
The last time the chief was asked
to explain he "passed the buck" to
the corporation counsel.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:58; sunset, 4:29.
Jqs. Selig, 545 Rush, fined $25 for
'running punchboard in cigar store.
Louis Waterman, 1732 W. Lake,
fined $25 for threatening' witness in
Judge LaBuy's court.
Harry Martin, 1140 W. Jackson
blvd., errand boy, injured when street
car hit wagon on which he was hitch
ing. Dr. P. C. Madison left $66,000
estate to widow, Mrs. Sarah Madison,
2236 W. Jackson blvd., and four chil
- dren. I
Body dressed in woman's clothes
and wrapped in flag taken from lake,
foot 54th, found to be that of dog.
Frank Webb, 6327 St Lawrence
av., broke neighbor's fence and-let his
chickens loose. Fined $25.
Leo Jesserl, 5036 Calumet, found
dead, supposedly of heart trouble, in
Grandville hotel, 3801 Grand blvd.
W. W. Joeson, 6417 S. Paulina, real
estate dealer, dead, result of being
hit by street car.
Repair work on Market st stub of
Oak Park "L" permitted to continue
L under supervision of S. J. Fisher,
Igchief street engineer.
Otto Jacobsen, 2653 Evergreen av.,
lAfound dead in washroom of office
Eftuilding. Gas. Despondent
Arguments of war department to
compel Metropolitan "L" to remove
bridge over river between Van Buren
and Jackson and to pay $30,000 fine
begun before Federal Judge Landis.
County board petitions Gov. Dunne
kcsave $2,000,000 good roads bond
issue for Cook county by letting spe
cial legislature session act on it
W. B. Smith, Illinois hotel, fined
$25 for. selling whisky on Sunday.
Peter Koncieki, Evanston, horse
whipped wife when she refused to sell
watch he had given her on birthday.
Surprised when fined $25. "In Rus
sia I could beat her," he said. "That's
how we keep peace in families."
Richard W. Sears paid back taxes
to Lake county, totaling $91,165.
Nick Castellante, 16, 836 Miller, ad
mitted, police say, that he crawled
through a 7-inch hole in transom of
Gus Caro & Co., 351 W. Madison, and
took $227 in jewelry. Says he can
crawl through any hole he can get
Miss Santina Farlana, 55 Forquer,
broke engagement with Jos. Rittd,
1134 S. Morgan. She has had him
arrested for making threats to kill
Mounted Policeman Arthur Friberg,
Eastland hero, dead. Horse slipped