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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 11, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:08; sunset, 4:19.
James Grant, driver Brinks Ex
press Co., started fire under horse
when animal grew balky, police say.
Arrested. " -
Stephen Miller, Aurora factory
hand, arrested as suspect in "gas
pipe" murders of Jennie Miljer and
Question of proposed sit for new
Evanston high school to be voted on
by citizens today.
Aaron Caplan, 1231 Hastings,
found dead in bed. Heart disease.
Had $514 in bag under bed.
Anton Ragowski, 2034 Lubeck,
sentenced to eight months in Bride
well. Sent improper letters through
Andro Gryszcyszyn, 1021 W. Erie,
applied for citizenship papers.
Frank Doyle, 1161 Townsend, ar
rested for stealing duck. Given 30
days on probation.
Ralph C. Acers, 5210 Dorchester
av., fined $25. Punched Harry M.
Adams, 1527 E. 53d, in fight oyer
Five men who "kidnaped" new
wife of Frank Abrahams, 2235 W.
41st st, and were arrested, freed
when he forgave them.
Fines totaling $800 entered by
Judge Geiger against violators of
federal pure food and drug act who
38 saloonkeepers who violated the
Sunday closing law last week warned
by Chief Healey. To lose license next
Song Kee, Chinese, killed by es
caping gas in room over restaurant,
27 N. Clark. Accidental.
Fire on roof of Iroquois bldg., 21
N. LaSalle, caused excitement, but
little damage. Cause unknown.
Annual police auction of stolen and
lost jewelry brought $3,000 yester
day. Record sales.
Helen M. Owens, saleswoman,
suing for $2,000 lost when Harry
Hughes & Co., jewelers, went broke. l
Frank F. Healey, contractor, start
ed a suit for $110,000 against sani
tary district. Says they did not let
him finish work.
Wm. Densmore, 1837 S. Michigan
av., killed when scaffold collapsed at
636 W. 22d.
Coroner's jury found that Mrs.
Paulina Jesse, 1645 Dixon, died of
Crew of Kankakee interurban car
which killed Fred Coe and Roy John
son of Dixon, m., censured by coro
. Israel Kaplan held to grand jury by
Judge Setlk. Alleged he testified
wrong in civil suit heard by judge
Anthony Caminnetti, federal com
missioner immigration, suggested
low fares for unemployed to work
centers would relieve poverty.
Gray coat found by police in va
cant lot may be clue to slayer of Wm.
Venus, Jr., Oak Park druggist, shot
All of Cook county except Union
Stockyards and spot in Lyons town
ship freed from foot and mouth dis
Mrs. Ida Learned, 4018 Wabash
avl, lost two pocketbooks to sneak
thief who attacked her in hallway of
'Fourteen purses among long list of
property lost on "L" trains yester
Bernard J. McDonough fined $25 in
federal court for beating up John Mc
Kenna, mail man.
Charles Green, Toledo, arrested
here. Wanted in Cleveland for al
leged theft of $17,000 diamonds.
Hyman T. Dennis, Obling, III., lost
$35 and draft for $250 to robber who
held him up near Logan monument,
Second-story worker got into the
home of Henry C. Lytton, 2700
Prairie av., Got $100 gold watch.
Mrs. Fred Miller, 7352 Perry av., at
tacked by negro at 74th and Went