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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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.NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:46; sunset, 5:23.
The Day Book thanks "A Mother"
for her contribution-pf $1 to the Ray
mond Goethals family.
Girl, 14, made such serious charges
that following are under arrest: Louis
Goldiaro, 3136 W. 15th; Louis- Shan
field, 1239 Hastings; Sylvester Du
ranty, 2030 S. Wabash; B. Slaski,
1541 W. 17th.
B. F. Dalton, 6551 Cottage Grove
av., killed when head was crushed be
tween coupling of two cars of C. W.
P. & S. Ry.
Solomon Goldsmith, 5652 & Park
av., bought 45 cents' worth of flour
and paid $4.71 to mail it to Germany.
Parents are in want there. It may
be confiscated.
Hilda Anderson, 19, employed for
week as maid in home of E. W. Meek
er, 4409 Beacon, disappeared. Two
rings and brooch of diamonds miss
ing. Burglars got jewelry, clothing, old
coins and contents of three children's
banks from Att'y Louis Ziv's home,
2525 N. Sacramento av.
Half hourly night car service will
be started on Lawrence av. line to
morrow night
Three-ton core of sand and iron
fell on Paul Richter, Crane Co. In
stantly killed.
Patrick Harding, former police
captain, discharged in police shakeup
during Harrison administration, has
filed mandamus suit asking reinstate
ment Charges politicians got his
discharge.
Very few valentines sent in Chi
cago, according to Postmaster Camp
bell, who says Monday's mail was
normal.
Oscar Bendig, saloonkeeper, 229 N.
Michigan av., looked up shaft to see
if elevator was coming. Skull crush
ed. Instantly killed.
Frank Lattick, 727 S. Clark, and
Rosi Guttilla had battle. Lattick got
knife wound near heart Guttilla
plashed on. neck and lips. ;
Jas. E. Joyce, diamond broker, 6414
W. Harrison, accused by Mrs. A. H.
Carroll, 4003 Sheridan rd., of selling
diamond she pawned.
"Laughing Leonora," who escaped
from police m New York and San
Francisco by innocent giggles, want
ed in Chicago, under arrest in Mil
waukee. Three men and three girls arrested
in flat, 2831 Burling, held to Morals
court Wm. Hutchins owner, police
say. His nephew arrested in raid.
John Hanzie, 2904 Wallace, sawed
cap off gas pipe. Put nose to hole,
then laid down on floor with six chil
dren around him, thinking he was be
ing asphyxiated. Police found no gas
was escaping;
Mrs. Mary Gregg, 55, found dead
with gas jet open in room, 4103 Cari
roll av.
Frank Kelley and Tony Camparti
arrested as suspects in shooting of
Spacemen Bror Johnson and John,
Aylward.
Jacob Schwartz of Schwartz Bros
held up in doorway of his home, 5639
Michigan av. Got $1,100 in diamonds,
watch and $54.
Mrs. Keene Addington, Lake For-
est society woman, fainted at Audi
torium last night while watching
Russian ballet.
Grand Crossing police station
Scream outside. Girl, 17, found ia
snow. Had fainted, physician says,
from hysteria caused by her condi
tion. Not yet able to tell who she is,
Movie committee, Political Equal
ity League, reports that less than 62
per cent of movies shown in city's
theaters are morally .good.
Michael Weisbaum, convicted de-v
tective sergt, out on $10,000 bond;
pending his going to Joliet to begin,
sentence.
Engineers of-Chi. and Eastern 111,
Ry. have petitioned for Increase in,
wages. '
Housewives' League decides that
dish rag .and dish towel are- most in
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