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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 01, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:03; sunset, 5:05.
Arthur Brattehaw, 505 S. 5th av.,
dead of blood poisoning, result of
pricking finger on metal curtain pole.
Att'y J. H. Poage appointed master
in chancery, Superior court.
Seven real estate brokers fined $25
each for operating without licenses.
County board spent day listening
to wails from department heads
whose appropriations have been cut
as part of economy plan.
City Prosecutor Miller to ask Judge
Uhlir to dismiss disorderly conduct
charge against Ruth Christ that she
may go back home. Says her testi
mony not needed against fox trot
Miss Caroline Redmond, 18, 1850
W. Lake, knocked down by delivery
wagon of E. J. Vogel, 1611 S. Califor
State's att'y investigating story of
Jos. Novak, 4821 W. 28th, that he was
bribed by Wm. Gilhooley, pickpocket,
to drop prosecution.
"I don't want to die a British sub
ject," said Miss Ellen Heillier, 73,
1320 N. La Salle, in applying for na
Frank Zonzoni, 9717 Av. M., fired
five shots at Frank Sculzetti, 9550 Av.
M., in Sculzetti's saloon, say police.
Sculzetti wounded in neck.
Mrs. Minnie Nesbitt of Nesbitt &
Co., real estate dealers, 800 N. Clark,
and T. P. Keyes, 7024 Eggleston av.,
arrested on con game charge involv
ing $500, made by Mis Louise DeVar
ney, 5850 S. Park av.
John McNally, dancing teacher, or
dered to pay $4 a week for support
of wife, Mrs. Carrie McNally, 6936
Lake county, Ind., grand jury tc
vote indictments against strikers and
strikebreakers implicated in E. Chi
cago strike riots of Edwards Valve
Howard Arndt, 11, 7421 Emerald
rv., fell under train while flipping
its on Belt Line. Will probably die.
Hattie Hardeke, 6, 1442 N. Paulina,
played at gas stove. Clothing caught
Albert Larson, 2605 Grand av., ill,
hit by street car while on way to the
county hospital. Died when he got
Lillian Bowden, 4620 Vincennes
av., and Ethel Hogan, Marquette,
Mich., played detectives to see if de
tectives were watching room of Earl
Loveday, E. 42d and Calumet. Real
detectives arrested them. Pined $25
Dr. C. F. Leavitt, 14 W. Washing
ton, "absent treatment" specialist,
left $100,000 in will of former patient,
Mrs. Sarah Paul, who died in San
John Walthruf, 8045 Colfax av., re
turned home unexpectedly. Had wife
and Wm. Zink brought into S. Chi
cago court. Wife left courtroom while
awaiting trial. Swallowed poison,
say police. May recover.
Norwood Park M. E. church badly
damaged by fire.
Last January broke all January
records for local rainfall. Precipita
tion for month was 4.84 in.
C. T. Palmer, att'y representing
Ohio brick company, insisted at civil
service commission trial board hear
ing that "a brick trust exists in Chi
cagoJ' Was squelched by the board.
Two thieves who got $26 and watch
from grocery store of Abraham
Freedman, 3229 Cottage Grove av.,
engaged in running pistol battle. Es
caped. Jos. Egerter, 3155 Fulton, left for
bank to draw out $1,000. Not seen
since, wife reported to police.
E. H. Dark, 936 Leland av., insur
ance broker, arrested on complaint
of wife after he had told- her he lost
$9,000 while speculating.
While family was away, home of
Frank Gassella, 1259 Monticello av.,
damaged $600 by fire.
Policemen guarding plant of Hart,
Schaffner & Marx, 35 S. Franklin, fol-