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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 17, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:43; sunset, 5:25.
Joseph Cholewa, 4, 452 N. Lincoln,
fatally scalded. Mother tripped and
spilled pot of lye and. hot water on
Carl Karnuth, 80, 2021 Willow, slip
ped and iroke hip while putting on
shoes. Dead from blood poison.
Carl Nimtz, 2621 Cortez, freed on
contempt charge when he agreed to
pay wife and children $15 per week.
Mrs. A. Woszcznski, 730 Bunker,
robbed of purse containing $30 by 3
men at Augusta and Robey.
Wm. Mang, cobbler, 5257 Justine,
overcome by gas when wind blew out
Victoria Dandys, maid, Kenwood
hotel, 47th and Kenwood av., hit by
car. Nose broken; internal injuries.
Harry Morgenthal, hod carrier,
5255 S. Paulina, found dead in bed.
Gas. Reason unknown.
Ernest Crull held to grand jury on
murder charge at coroner's inquest
over George Adams, shot in fight
W. E. Cooper, 169 W. Elm, lost
watch, diamond pin and cash to two
holdup men. Shot at when he re
Twenty-two robbed persons iden
tified Tony Campagni and Prank
Kelly as holdup men.
Federal grand jury discharged.
New one to take up stamp, robbery
and rebate cases.
Supreme court decided Att'y Ed
ward Seymour should pay $50 con
tempt fine. Advised client to act
against orders of court.
Clarence O'Malley fined $50. Bran
dished revolver in Lake st. car; then
drove family from home with it.
Three men and woman fined on
disorderly conduct charge at Des
plaines st. court. Said by police to
Corporation counsel suggested tak
ing expenses for widening Michigan
av. out of $3,800,000 bond issue.
Six saloon licenses revoked by the
mayor. Bars kept open on Sunday, j
Gustave Roehr, saloonkeeper, 2025
W. 35th, held by federal commission
er. Accused of stealing carload of
Serg't Olsen, Cragin station, fined
two days' pay by civil service trial
board. Played cards in station.
Martin and Isadore Marks and
wives, 2217 W. Polk, held by U. S.
comm'rs as white slavers. j))
Number of advance applications
for lake freight inspections forecast
big lake trade, says Inspector Nich
olas. George Rubich, Indiana Harbor,
sent to penitentiary for 14 years.
Stabbed man who married sweet
heart Boy of about 11 killed by ice wagon
at 25th and Michigan av. Police try
ing identification. Driver held.
John Murphy, 6348 Greenwood av.,
shot seriously by Policeman Hugh
Redly of Hyde Park station. Had
quarrel. Reilly held.
Ashton Colvin, 92, 442 S. Sheridan
av., Highland Park, missing from
home. Police asked to search.
A. Frederick, machinist, 604 W.
60th, electrocuted when he picked up
live wire at Diversey pky and Ward st.
The Day Book acknowledges con
tributions of $1 each from H. and
M. Y. for the Goethals family.
Tfiomas Courtney captured as bur
glar in home of Prof. Josiah Kletzing
of Ravenswood school.
Mrs. Pauline Tepski, 23, 825 VW
Monroe, shot by husband in family
fight Will live; saved by corset rib.
Wm. Lorimer, former U. S. senator,
on Jrial today for alleged conspiracy
to wreck La Salle Street bank.
Sarah Schneider, 17, 2125 N. Clark, A. .
found dead. Gas. No reason known. w)
Funeral of Henry Wind, member of
Web Pressmen's Union No. 7, from
his home, 1642 Byron, Sun., 2 p.m.
By auto to Mt Olive cemetery.
John W. Keder,.1534 E. 64th, sui
cide. Gun. Was veteran of civil war.