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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 17, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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NEWS OF
Sunrise, 7:15; sunset, 4:46.
Thirty-three conventions scheduled
for Chicago this week.
Safe broken in L. A. Bensinger's
poolroom, 73 W. Monroe. Nothing
stolen.
Chas. Chucka, 227 Alexander, re
leased from S. Clark station on bail
after fighting charge, rearrested in
20 minutes on same charge. Tried
to lick a policeman.
Eddie DeNoyer, vaudeville actor,
Clarendon hotel, told police suitcase
containing $1,500 worth of gowns
was stolen from street car.
Owen Finan, 4550 Wabash av., kill
ed by Rock Island train. Was special
officer for road. Was walking along
track with cap over ears.
Chief Healey has had all telephones
but private police wire removed from
home. Reporters bothered him too
much- Would always find out his
secret number and call him out of
bed on stories.
Ignatz Berger, 26640 Crystal, and
12 others arrested in raid on his res
taurant, 120 N. Dearborn, last night.
Disorderly house charge.
Geo. Walton, 817 W. 63d, and five
others arrested on gambling house
charge.
National auto show opens at Coli
seum Saturday.
John Parks, 4603 Wallace, found
dead in bed with gas jet open. Believ
ed accident following drinking.
C. J. Myer, 4009 Calumet av., in
dicted Dec. 13 for robbery, arrested
on charge of forfeiting $2,500 bond.
R. M. Green, 6302 Stony Island av.,
switchman, standing near open
switch. Didn't know it was 'open.
Engine hit him. May recover.
John Kruzinski in hospital; Jas Hill,
Hill, 3752 Federal, negro, in jail.
Fought over pair of gloves.
Policeman Wm,. Campion helped
carry patient to County hospital on
stretcher. Leaving hospital he fell on
icy sidewalk. Carried back to hos
pital on stretcher he had carried.
THE DAY CONCERNING
John Dwyer, 60, juvenile officer.
Grand Crossing station, on police
force 29 years, dead from stroke of
apoplexy.
Jos. Boshewsky, 1115 S. Sanga
mon, bridegroom of few months, kill
ed by Burlington engine. Blinded by
snow, stepped in front of engine.
Two white men and two mulatto
women arrested at alleged disorderly
house, Archer road, Sag Bridge, kept
by Jas. Rucker, negro.
Ruth Cate, 8 E. 25th, shot and kill
ed Geo. Kolakas in his lunch wagon,
2462 S. State. Says she thought gun
was unloaded and only pulled trigger
as joke. Arrested.
Chas. Rath, "mild" patient, Dun
ning, dashed to roof and jumped to
death. Lived at 3312 W. 23d. Rath
had been given liberty of institution.
Policeman Leonard Kramer and
companion, Jacob Pochron, 11858 In
diana av., wounded in battle with coal
thieves in I. C. yards, Pullman.
"Many churchmen are taxdodgers
rarfd once I knew an elder who did not
vote because he was afraid he might
he called for jury service," Judge C.
N, Thompson told West Side Sunday
Night club.
Dry Chicago Federation legal com
mittee meets today to consider plans
for securing, without violating law,
100,000 signers to petition to get dry
vote in Chicago.
Mrs. Andrew Charleston frozen to
death while attending husband who
had fractured skull on ice. Both 83
years old." Lived in mean quarters,
1036 Orleans St., on man's scant civil
war pension.
When smoke poured into Pano
rama theater, 5110 Prairie av., from
basement fire organist played lively
march, operater flashed "Good night"
sign and audience marched out with
no disorder.
C. J. Debring, 9335 South Chicago
av., and Geo. Malcolm, an actor,
each arrested as burglar. Afterward,
J deeyjoped. .they, were breaking into,
CHICAGO
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