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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 02, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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. NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise. 7:02: sunset, 5:06
Fred Hrodrek, sent to "pen" for
killing Pat Condon on joyride, par
doned. Firebug started twpblazes in Bush
Temple theater while "performance
was on last night. No damage. He
Groundhog comes out today. If he
sees his shadow six weeks more of
Burglars took silverware and jew
elry worth $1,000 from home of Cal
vin Corbin, 20 W. Burton pi.
Mrs. Ed Dark, 936 Leland av., had
husband arrested. Says he lost in
stocks and tried to start row.
Judge Ktersten sent meanest man
to jail Geo. Gorham had refused to
pay wife's $4 week alimony, her hos
pital bill or her funeral expenses.
Emilv Lamed. Virginia hotel, again
trying to organize a bus line to oper
ate through Chicago's park and
John Borden, Chicago sportsman,
to take another Arctic trip in spring.
Dr. Wm. Burmeister, discoverer of
blood transfusion cure for asphyxia
tion, wants healthy men to give blood
when it's needed.
Four detectives watching safe
blower with gunshot wound in knee
at Sheridan Park hospital.
Hereafter through route No. 1 to
run from Howard av. instead of De
von for convenience of Rogers Park
Stanley Wardonak, 3446 W. 46th,
started on jaunt down street with no
clothes to cover his manly beauty.
Taken to Detention hospital.
Coroner Hoffman's public safety
aom'n shows table of figures proving
youths have more accidents than old
Inquest over Mrs. Ida Epstein, stab
bed by Meyer Brandt, 70, continued.
David Pfaelzer, former Cook coun
ty assessor, left property worth $480,
according to will filed in probate.
Richard Breitung, former police
man, now watchman for McNeill pa
per box works at 1726 Chester, killed
by gas fighting fire.
Bishop G. W. Mundelien to be in
stalled archbishop of Chicago Feb. 9.
Sigmund Wisniewski, 2011 Sedg
wick, released by U. S. secret service.
Had tried to see president. Super
abundance of patriotism.
Policeman Wilcox exonerated by
coroner's jury for shooting Bob Hord,
shot while trying to steal case of
Criminal court verdjct finding Att'y
Dan Donahoe guilty of conspiracy,
affirmed by appellate court. Fined
Mayor turned transportation com
mission ordinance over to corpora-"
tion counsel for examination before
Pinkerton officers captured Edwin
Thacker, alleged forger, at Barba
does. Detective McGinnis leaves to
night to bring him back.
Wm. Waclowski, 648 N. Paulina,
found dead in basement room by his
Council committee on streets and
alleys recommends changing Loyola
av. to Arthur av. ,
Fire Chief Kerwin said violation of
building code caused death of three
Kaplotftz children at 1104 W. 14th,
burned to death Jan. 23.
Carrie Redmond, 1850 W. Lake,
died in County hospital. Run down
by horse of E. Vogle, 1611 S. Cali
fornia, alighting from car.
Mrs. Catherine Trube, 3121 S.
Ridgeway, lost $105 and two rings.
Thinks she lost them in street car.
Two men held up Ernest Guggor,
2116 Armitage av., grocer, $15.
Leo Phillips, 2845 Burling, held Jo
grand jury. Josephine Krause says
he hit her on head with wrench.
Carter Harrison recovering from
ptomaine poisoning and grip.
130 bluejackets at Great Lakes
training station leave for service on