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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 07, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:18; sunset, 4:35.
Nicholas Lazoria pinched while
walking barefooted through ice and
snow, Van Buren and Halsted.
Youth looking at diamond engage
ment rings in stpre of vIouis New
mark, 1607 W. Chicago, av placed
three on finger as if to compare them,
then dashed out Jeweler out $390.
Mandus Dever, 901 Orleans, shot in
thigh when he refused to throw up
hands while John O'Boyle's saloon
was being robbed.
Bill providing U. S. district court
judges outside of Chicago circuit may
sit in Chicago will be introduced in
senate at behest of Dis't Att'y Clyne.
Health Commissioner Robertson
asked council committee on health to
make distinction between certified
and inspected milk. Says certified
milk is entitled to higher classifica
tion.
Old Newsboys' ass'n planning an
other "old newsboys' day," when the
newsies who have become old and
wealthy will sell papers for charity.
Det. Serg'ts Patrick Loftus and
Gregory Moran, who have headed de
tective efficiency bureau list for
months, led again for December.
Employes of Grand Crossing Tack
Co., 118th and Calumet river, on
strike. Police playing usual game of
harassing strikers.
Frank Schmiht, 631 W. 16th, .took
mother, 70, to Psychopatic hospital
and father, 74, to County hospital
Could not properly care for them.
Thos. Sanger, 1212 S. Lombard av.,
Oak Park, brought from Detroit to
face charge of embezzling $5,000
from T. W. Caldwell & Son Co., 17th
and Western av.
Unidentified man hunted for spot
where Eastland sank, then plunged
into river. Rope thrown to him, but
he refused jto be saved.
Officials of B. A. Eckhart Milling
Co., today will be subpoenaed to ap
pear before federal grand jury in con
nection with railroad rebate charges.
Chas. Davis, 2963 Prairie av., book
ed for manslaughter. His auto caused
death of Edw. Laughlin, 671 N. Car
penter, j
H. J. Uteg, 3028 N. Lincoln, found
dead of paralysis, caused by exces
sive worry over wife's "death week
ago.
Three youths who deserted from f
Great Lakes naval training station
recaptured and sentenced to two
months' imprisonment in naval brig.
Fred C. Headington, manager the
Haynes Auto Co., divorced by wife,
who charged desertion.
Girl fainted while she and 15 others
were being rescued from American
Wall Paper Co. building, 11 E. Lake,
while fire raged next door.
Mrs. Effie Polombo, 17, 2500 Home
av., Italian girl-wife who had quar
reled with husband, died from poison
after drinking coffee. Stepfather and
mother who drank coffee may die.
Kitchen door opened while they were
out.
Robert Herrick, Chicago U. profes
sor and noted novelist, sued for di
vorce by wife who, it is said, objected
to being used as uncomplimentary
subject of his novels.
Geographic Society of Chicago
will present Maj. Gen. Wm. C. Gor
gas with gold medal for work against
disease at Panama. Will banquet '
him Saturday evening.
Board of education laying plans to
clean up shady districts around
schoolhouses.
Mayor closed saloons of Eli Jacob
son, 531 W. Madison, and Jos. Gav
rilowicz, 225 E. 115th.
Consumers' Co. gave $390 to des- -v
titute family of former yard clerk, w
Wm. Kyle.
Jas. B. Forgan elected president of
St. Andrews Society of Chicago.
Sam H. Come says Albert F. Ham
mand called him liar. He's suing
Hammand for $10,000.
M. B. Morris, lawyer, found guilty
in U. S. court of suborning perjury.

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