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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 28, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:07; sunset, 5.
John and Charles Czarnecki, broth
ers, 2029 W17th, Tield to grand jury
on nurder charge. John Kosmala
shot to death Novi--2L
Clinton Avery and 'Daniel Walsh,
Dunning insane asylum, held In con
nection with death of patient, Peon
ard Noll.
Wm. Markel, thistle comm'r Thorn
ton township, found guilty of ma
licious mischief. "Burned load of hay
to kill thistles in it
Michael More and Dr. E. J. Ches
row, 829 Miller, held to grand jury on
story told by Miss Anna Casale, 17.
Mrs. Catherine Sche.-s, Wilmette,
reported missing to police, returned
home. Was visiting friends. '
Wilbur Glenn Voliva, Zion City
head, denounced vanity and wearing
of jewelry in lecture to children.
Nathan Goodman, 1245 W. Taylor,
freed on larceny charge. Jacob
Bernstein, 833- S. Irving av., said he
sold bum diamond ring.
Ben Balin, 3106 W. Madison, phon
ing from W. Chicago av. station, grew
impatient and broke phone. Locked
up.
Capt G. W. Streeter, District of
Lake Michigan, on trial for assault of
detectives sent to arrest him.
Loving note to mother read at in
quest over Frank Gulbert, teacher,
Chicago Latin school, suicide.
Mid-year graduation at the public
schools today; 1,374 finished in high
schools, 7,860 in elementary schools.
J. J. Halpin, former chief of detec
tives under conviction for bribery, re
leased, after five days in jail, on writ
granting stay of execution.
Citizens' traffic committee wants
park board to prohibit vehiclestand
ing more than a minute on Jackson
blvd., east of river between 4:30 and
6 p. m. Would facilitate rush-hour
traffic.
Saloon license of W. Pschlithe,
6001 S. State, revoked. Police re
ported Sunday violation.
Capt Collins, Central police sta
tion, wants J. H. Kennedy, manager
Waiters' club, Madison and Clark,
sumir -ned to court to answer charge
of violating 1 o'clock ordinance. i
Coroner's jury ordered Pat Walsff,
3136 Normal av., held to grand jury
on charge of murdering wife with a
razor. Walsh tried to take dwn life jk)
but has recovered, say police.
Jos. Lateco, 528 N. Robey, jumped
off Milwaukee av. car for hat which
had blown off. Fell. Skull fractured.
Grand jury investigation of the mu
nicipal court probation system by
which old offenders gain freedom
started today. Hoyne put responsi
bility for crime on court's probation
ing of gunmen and crooks.
Several hundred members attendee!
dance of Rothschilds' Social club, at
New Morrison hotel, last night. Club
plans big ball for Feb. 22.
Delay in getting diagnosis and de
lay in starting treatment after diag
nosis responsible for more deaths
tthan disease, Dr. J. B. Murphy told
.fjiysicians club.
C. C. Griswold, Evanston man who
two years ago went to New York to
be $100,000-a-year manager of Wool
worth's 10-cent stores, dead. Started
as clerk in Evanston store.
Mayor restored license to Cadillac
hotek. 2136 S. Wabash, one time no
torious resort.
Council committee on gas directs
corporation counsel to start 144 suits ,
against People's Gas Light and Coke
Co. for not furnishing gas that came
up to required standards:
Standard Oil Co. raised price of
gasoline another cent m Chicago ter
ritory, making wholesale price ny2 A
cents a gallon. "
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Providence, R. I. Duelling dead
liness of cream puffs at 40 paces is
supposed to be a joke, but Almand
Vade-Boucosur died, here today after
getting one at shorter range than
that Puff was poisoned.

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