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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 12, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
August Schultz, slipped carrying
200-pound piece of ice into basement
Died on way to hospital
Policeman Sullivan dragged Mrs.
Frances Lapjima, 1440 Plum st, from
beneath car at State and Adams.
Blinded by snow.
Many brought to hospital suffering
from injuries from falls on icy pave
ments. Downers Grove holding holiday.
Dexter Stanley is 100 years old. In
good health.
Northwestern co-ed s dug two
graves on campus to call attention to
their campaign to get money for new
women's Bldg.
More druggists being quizzed by
Health Com'r Robertson in effort to
find manufacturers of fake aspirin.
Highland Park city com'n to vote
next meeting on abolishment of cor
poration counsel.
Federal authorities p'robir.g charge
against U. S. com'r that he collected
too much for issuing passport.
t Residents of Englewood held mass
meeting. Want new school
Hyman Epstein, lost fight in cir
cuit court of appeals to reverse Judge
Landis' order disbarring him.
Matter of horse flesh as food
brought before state board of agri
culture by Health Com'r Robertson
of Chicago.
Pat Walsh, 3136 Normal av., killed
wife and cut own throat yesterday..
In .hospital
Judge Scully favors plans of Judge
Pinckney and Jifdge Fisher to appoint
commission to study welfare of boys.
Jimmy Walsh, 8, ran into his house,
3136 Normal av., from play. Found
mother dead in pool of blood, father,
Patrick Walsh, lying unconscious
with razor-slashed neck. Father ac
cused of crime.
Douglas Todd, 14, Salt Lake City,
gave self up to police because hun
gry. Said he ran away from home
with father's check book and lived by
forging checks tfll they were gone,
Sunrise, 7:17; sunset, 4:40.
Chi. Retail Druggists' ass'n went
on record against patronizing any
dealer guilty of selling impure as
pirin. J. J. Chawatal elected presi
dent Auctioneer appointed by Judge
Landis to dispose of assets 6t Truax,
Greene & Co., wholesale druggists.
Jos. Augustine, 9024 Ellis av.,
robbed by men who fractured his
skull in Overpowering him.
Wm. Foley, asphalt foreman,
charged with overseeing private re
pair work for which city paid, or
dered discharged from city's service
after brief hearing before Commis
sioners Geary and Frazier.
John Sullivan, 18, 1414 Fullerton
av., locked up on charge of getting
money under false preiense by prom
ising to get boy job for $1.
John H. Hood, 4658 Ravenswood
av., driver of the Marshall Field auto
truck which killed Miss Catharine
Goggin, exonerated by coroner's
jury. Coroner Hoffman refused to.
seriously consider the fact that truck
had no fender.
Patrolman Richard Dinan, Brigh
ton Park station, before trial board
for intoxication. Hasn't made an ar
rest in four years.
Chicago Medical society to debate
on whether or not it is grippe epi
demic in Chicago. Say it is old-fashioned
pneumonial colds.
Boys rioted in Lexington theater,
715 S. Crawford av. Lottery of skates
didn't please them. Weren't enough.
Phillip Phillips, colored porter,
being sought by police. Went to work
to clean Mrs. Ada Cramer's boarding
house. He cleaned them all right.
Joe Gerzner, 55, skilled machinist
couldn't find work. "Too old." Sui
cided with gas.
Ramona Borden, called "poor little
rich girl," engaged to Cola G. Par
ker, att'y.
Hundreds delayed in getting to
'work by sleot and rain storm.
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