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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 23, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:16; sunset, 4:23.
Grace Ayers, 4438 Cottage Grove,
bitten on hand by horse at 47th and
Indiana.
Jas. Woods left home. Couldn't
stand wife's snoring." ""She wants
separate maintenance.
Chicago Garment Makers' ass'n to
continue making short dresses. Even
grandma's won't reach ground.
Jas. Simpson, vice pres. of Mar
shall Field & Co., improving from ap
pendicitisirperation. Woodlawn to celebrate sane New
Year by having a community dance.
Every bachelor to be requisitioned.
Leap year.
Judge Windes started to hear
charges of mismanagement of Riv
erview park.
George Pardee robbed of $150 tak
ing mother's body from Chicago to
Kewanee.
Declaration in suit of John Kantor
against Aid. Buck filed. Alleges rep
utation was injured by charges Buck
made.
J. J. Kelly, switchman Penn. road,
killed. Foot caught piece of ice and
he fell from front of engine.
Police probing how Vurcan Bul
lock, 1759 Indiana, died. Found with
skull fractured on sidewalk.
Fire attorney investigating fire
which destroyed bldg. 3436 W. 65th.
J. J. Kane, 5957 Prairie, arrested
for assault on wife in quarrel over
supper.
Evelyn Lejman, 18 months, 2940
Augusta, died of burns. Fell into pan
of hot starch.
Charges filed against Patrolman
Michael Hutchinson for attending
nickel show on beat.
Nearly 100 members of Garden
club, headquarters Midway Gardens,
want fees back. Funds loaned to
gardens. Gardens bankrupt Charge
loan illegal.
Percy Knaggs, candymaker, 3006
Lake Park av., arrested. Stolen fem
inine apparel found in room.
Richard Cosgrove, 429 W. Madison,
charged with obtaining money by
false pretenses. Said he was garbage
collector.
Jos. Opolski, on trial for murder of
Jos. Stan'ezak, 2651 W. 25th. Claims
self defense.
Charges filed against Policeman J.
H. Wilson, 50th. st, says he was too
friendly with his landlady. He de
nies them.
Shower bath, soap and towels in
stalled in Evanston jaiL Action
taken when Northwestern "U" stu
dents got arrested to write up condi
tions. William Moyneus suing John Wil
liams for $5,000. Both fans and had
argument last summer. Moyneus
says William hit him in face with bat
No new developments in murder of
Mrs. P. Januszewski and Paula Can-tanio.
Rumors of war plot caused Stand
ard Steel Car Co. to probe death of
Luther Butler, one of their workmen.
Judge Smith granted Harry Huttig
separate trial in La Salle street bank
wrecking case.
600,000 pounds of tea and coffee
hauled through loop byReid, Mur
duck Co.
Everett Jennings, Chicago, reap
pointed head of legal department of
public, utilities com'n.
Second regiment finished moving
into new home, 2653 W. Madison.
Best equipped armory west of New
York.
Mrs. Policeman Ed Flynn, 522 N.
Claremont av.. chased hnrtrio- ,.,
home.
Arthur Friedman freed on charge
of robbery. Capt. Alcock admitted
promising Leonard Davis, on trial
with Friedman, not to oppose parole
plea if he'd confess.
Police investigating mysterious
shooting by woman at 73d and Cham
plain av. last night
Engineering committee of drainage
board to hear the 'steenth committee
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