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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:12; sunset, 4:52.
Twentieth Century Club, organ
ized 27 years ago to make visits of
famous men pleasant in Chicago, will
pass out of existence next Wednes
day when few remaining members
will hold requiem banquet
Mrs. Margaret Cooley, 2101 Hud
son av., thrown from auto which po
lice were chasing. Seemed to be in
drugged condition. At Sheffield av.
police station muttered "Two men
Lincoln Patk," then collapsed.
C. B. & Q. engine ran wild, 16th st
roundhouse. Crashed through wall.
A. Schmidt's motorboat "Bud" li
beled by government because of in
sufficient number of life preservers.
. David Clink found guilty of serious
charge in morals court. Probationed
Laborers tell civil service com'n
they never paid political assessments.
Thos. Healey, fireman, answered
phone when man called wife. Got a
Judge Uhlir wants farm colony
where "he can send feeble-minded
State's Att'y Hoyne and Att'y Gen.
Lucey to be asked opinion on propos
ed prosecution of druggists for selling
Senor Arriago, dancer, in jail for
failing to pay Hotel La Salle, wants
to get money to telegraph Grand
Duke Michael of Russia.
Louis Lewis, broker, discharged
from court. Girl who said he flirted
failed to show up.
Mrs. Helen Smith, 63, 6550 Evans
av., killed by gas. Defective jet.
Boat house, Washington park, rob
bed of $150 by three auto bandits.
John Montgomery, druggist, 26th
and State, charged with peddling
dope by government Has been con
victed by city.
Mrs. Agnes Clocowitch granted di
vorce and $100 month alimony till
she weds again.
Jas. Gibbons told judge wife stab
bed him. Granted divorce.
Att'y Ab Masover suing Hyman
Blitzstein for $10,000.. Slander.
State Representative J. C. Mc
Gloon, 3627 Colorado av., had house
robbed while attending legislature.
$400 worth of clothes.
Marie Haynie, Presbyterian hos
pital nurse, suicided while despon
dent, decided coroner's jury.
Reinhold Kroeber, 1612 Cleveland
av., 'waved passport at Judge Landis
and said no one respected it Locked
up for examination.
Capt. Westbrook, Maxwell station,
got another "black hand" note. To
Bessie Cooper, cabaret singer, rob
bed of $800 worth of diamonds -by
men who'took her for auto ride.
Ass'n of Commerce protesting
against government dropping pneu
matic tube mail service here. Postal
dep't considering use of auto trucks.
Mrs. Alvira Rutherford, 3723 Lake
Park av., had five saloonkeepers ar
rested for selling son booze.
Marvin Barn hart, ass't state's att'y,
investigating charges that Percy
Coffin and Joseph Geary have violat
ed civil service law.
Nathan Goodman, jeweler, 1245
Taylor, arrested on warrant sworn
out by Jacob Bernstein, who says he
bought ring which sweetheart found
to be worthless.
Finance committee of council gave
health com'r $7,500 to take care of
scarlet fever patients who can't get
in County hospital
Prowler attempted to enter home
of A. B. Neelands, 2130 University
av., next door to Chief Healey's resi
dence, last night Scared away.
Mrs. Mike Overrick, North Chicago,
refused to have tongue cut out to
cure cancer. Rather talk and die.
Frank Stopka, 14, found in Palmer
house. Says he wanted to steaL
Al Cole, 752 E. 39th, found dead in
gas-filled room. Supposed accident