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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 19, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:40; sunset, 5:28.
Louis Cantor, booking agent, 25 S.
State, stabbed by supposed disgrunt
ed actor. -.
Mrs. Catherine Wenjeikowski, 2301
Lyndale av., fined $100 for selling toy
pistol win caps.
Purse snatcher got 45 cents from
Mrs. A. Knudson at entrance of
Chris Madsen, 878 W. Ohio, found
dead in gas-filled room.
P. A. Kilner, Clarendon Hills, III.,
found dead from gas in La Grange
theater. Believed suicide.
Laborers excavating for new Canal
st sewer found piece of 1850 wooden
gas pipe. Handed to Chicago Histor
Sam Grisanti suing sister-in-law
for custody of 5 children. Their mo
ther dead. .
Ed McClusky, 60, found dead in
tower shanty of Metropolitan rail
road, Oak Park.
New federal grand jury sworn in.
H. E. Meacham, grain dealer, Oak
Ruth Cate, 8 E. 25th, who shot and
killed Geo. Koloskos, lunch, wagon
owner, 2542 S. State, dismissed by
coroner's jury. Accident.
Joe Lesnieswski, 16, 8439 Bond
av., held with 2 other boys for steal
ing and selling booze to saloon-
Mrs. F. W. Schenk, 941 E. 55th,
was husband's speedometer. He got
arrested. She said 20 miles an hour.
Judge said $5 and costs.
Policeman 'Fred Kohler, Maxwell
station, halted runaway by jumping
from street car at 57th and Halsted.
Frank Howard, fisherman, caught
by west wind when taking in nets.
Rescued by Capt. Carland's coast
Dave Pitneyl, Maywood, got close
shave in barber shop at 737 W. Mad
ison. Sign blew down as he was com
ing out and scraped skin from face.
Under signature of President Cyrus
H. McCormick, International Har
vester company today issued denial
of Washington reports that ,it had
financed Yucatan revolution.
Mrs. Marion Marvin, 3850 Cottage
Grove av., freed of suspicion of being
"blond woman" in Patrolman Bror
Mrs. Johanna Graves, who lives in
a room in a barn at 4407 Wallace,
identified body of 5-year-old boy as
that of son. Asked reporter for
work. Deserted by husband five
years ago. ' Has two little girls.
J. Rasso, ticket agent for North
western "L" at Grace st, foiled 3
masked holdup men by shouting for
Rev. John P. Brusingham blew out
teeth while talking for mayor in Nix
on school halL Audience laughed him
Noel Rodman, 10, 123 S, 15th av.,
killed, another boy injured, playing on
tracks of Great Western Ry. in Oak
Postoffice reported city's growth.
Says there are 22,948 new families,
10,883 new birUdings and 373 new
Six veniremen tentatively accepted
as jurors to try Wm. Lorimer on
United Charities asked council
finance committee to enlarge number
of sanitary inspectors in health de
partment Jury decided Chas. Henning didn't
owe Henry Krug for 80 months' rent
Wives quarreled over trading stamps.
Pat Coughlin, Penn. rd. lineman,
fined $50 on testimony of little girl
who said he enticed her into alley.
New York. Millionaire debutantes
were chorus girls in "Melinda and
Her Sisters," produced for suffrage
cause by Mrs. August Belmont. Seats
and boxes sold from $5 to $150 and
programs for any old pdice.