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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:38; sunset, 5:30.
Jerrassius Meccetar, 1259 N. Ash
land av., fell down stairs. Neck bro
ken. Dead. .
Masked men bade Casper Johnson
"good night," after robbing him of
$70 in his coal office, 2332 Lincoln av.
Miss Helen Hitch, Hammond, criti
cised Aurora police for leaving ba
nana skin on pavement Went to kick
it off. Slipped on it. Leg broken; in
Jas. Moran, Thos. O'Neill and John
McPadden found guilty of blowing
safe, Standard Oil Co., Chicago
Wm. Reynolds, 57, 4820 S. Wabash
av., negro, held following accusations
of 10-year-old boy.
Louis Sosimra, 2417 Wentworth
av., stabbed by Dujo Blastelica, 2450
Wentworth, result of boyhood grudge
sustained in Austria, say police. May
Capt Stephen K. Healy celebrated
transfer to Stanton av. station by
raiding buffet flats at 3224 Prairie av.
and 3141 Dearborn.
Herman Rau, 10, 3622 W. North
av., killed by speeding racing auto at
Kedzie av. and Humboldt park.
Elias Boedanovich, 16, 2735 S. Ko
mensky av., slain by his brother
George in play with "empty" re
volver. Dr. Henry Balrd Favill, 56, well
known local physician, dead from
pneumonia in Springfield, Mass.
Two robbers got into Marshall
Field & Co. barn, 7009 Wentworth
av. Tied up 2 watchmen; frightened
away by another.
Helen Martin, 16, 2965 Lawndale
av., and Anna Blockus, 17, 1214 N.
Oakley av., runaways, found by po
lice. Woman and 2 men arrested.
Miss Mary Molinelli, maid, 1340
Birchwood av., attacked by a negro.
Fought him off.
Mrs. Maude Gallagher, 21, suicide.
Gun. Reason unknown.
Ceo. Kruska says he slew wife with
hatchet because she ran away with
Sen. J. A. Swanson says abatement
law could be used against the evil ca
Mrs. Frank Weatherley, 6307 Lake
wood av., choked by two burglers in
home. Men got $350 in valuables.
Blanche White, 24, 5850 Calumet
av., and Carl Swanson, 3045 Clifton
av., arrested. Flirted in loop, charge.
Selection of jury for trial of Wm.
Lorimer to continue today. May be
finished this week.
Dr. Jos. Demiani, 517 Milwaukee
av., attacked by relatives of Philip
Danato, 18 months, who died under
Every employe of County hospital
vaccinated in attempt to stop spread
Frank Andrews, 19, 3333 S. Hamil
ton av., choked to death by tight col
lar while in drunken sleep, police say.
Stanley Frenczkowicz, 1453 Dick
son, and family of five overcome by
gas. All revived. Accidental.
Henry D. Bricknerhoff, inventor
third-rail system, appointed en
gineer of traction and subway com'n.
Frederick Gansbergen, former
president Lincoln park board, dead.
Complication of diseases.
Agnes McGarry, maid at 9754 Mor
gan pkwy, missing. Police asked to
Charles Barickman, attorney, 30 N.
Waller av., died in Hotel Morrison.
Mary Keough, 311 W. 25th, found
dead in bed. Heart disease and old
Frank Brennan, 3504 S. Rockwell,
shot Feb. 14 by Serg't S. P. Moss,
Two armed men held up Casper
Johnson, 2332 Lincoln av., Sat. night
George Hesse, 645 N. Dearborn,
taken to Bridewell hospital. Tried
suicide by poison. Out of work.