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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 25, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:32; sunset, 5:35.
Capt W. P. O'Brien, Cottage Grove
av. station, denied that Serg't Wm.
F. Enright's activity, in raiding gam
bling dens had anything to do with
his being paired with negro sergeant
Jos. Wilke broke drink pledge. Be
came despondent Cut throat with
razor, 1815 S. State. Dead.
Coroner's jury exonerated Det
Serg't S. P. Moss for shooting G. P.
Brennan, 3504 S. Rockwell, in saloon.
John Rygh, 8039 Burnham av., held
to grand jury, manslaughter charge.
Drove auto which fatally injured wo
man. Fire attorney investigating blaze
in apartment at 5715 Prairie av.
Mrs. L. M. Ackley, 4918 Forrest
ville av., suing Mrs. Emma Whitson,
4152 N. Crawford av., $50,000.
Charges alienation of husband's af
fections. Jas. B. Bahanan and June Parks
broke engagement 50 years ago.
Wedded yesterday at Kenosha. He
is a widower; she divorced.
Wm. Muller, got in box car at Sa
vanna, I1L, to get out of rain. Some
one shut door. Got out again at
Highland Park. Nearly starved.
Checker-playing deacons will be
cast out of Zion church, says Over
seer Wilbur Glenn Voliva. Will also
censor graphophone records.
Giuseppi Benedetto, 709 Forquer,
and Angelo Santucci stood half an
hour chatting in street. Bendetto
turned away. Santucci shot him in
back say police. Will live. Jealousy.
Saloon licenses revoked: Wallace
& O'Brien, 437 S. Racine av.; Hen
ry Cannivet, 7015 Irving Park blvd.;
Ernest Tischer, 3758 N. Albany av.
J. B. Walsh, 6204 Langdon av.,
shocked while examining light. Fell
from ladder. Skull fractured.
Oscar F. Nelson, state factory in
spector, arrested on auto speeding
A. J. Jahnke, 525 Lincoln pkwy.,
who police say has attempted suicide
3 times in 3 months, found uncon
scious. Mrs. Jos. Grau, 1432 W. Erie, sent
to Elgin insane asylum. Told hus
band she had land in Dakota. Had
Stanislaw Leczinski, 1672 Wright,
shot in leg by Stanley Jaydenski,
Mrs. Grace Smith, Melrose Park,
committed suicide, rat poison, when
her attempt to give charity to neigh
bor was misunderstood.
Chas. Malachena, 4, 1725 W. 16th.,
played with fire in kitchen stove.
Clothing caught fire. May live.
Mrs. Bolilda Palmquist, 80, 2248 N.
Clark, appeared in Sheffield av. court
against granddaughter, Charlotte
Palmquist, University of Chicago
student, accused of taking $2 from
Charges by Ass't State's Att'y Sul
livan that poll books of 18th ward
have 1,500 fake names will be invest
igated by election board tonight
Will Orpet, held in Waukegan jail
on charge of murdering Marian Lam
bert, sent safety razor, books and
new clothes by parents.
Frank Blutcher drove team which
hauled body of lifelong friend to Mt
Olive cemetery. Horses ran away.
Blutcher thrown off on edge of grave
dug for friend. Neck broken. Dead.
Matthew Stark, 52 7059 S. Western
av., arrested as murder suspect, case
of Theresa Hollander, found dead in
Aurora churchyard year ago.
Fifth Ward Civic league has suc
ceeded in obtaining order from S.
Park board for $125,000 field house
in McKinley park.
Police guarding homes of Rob't
Kibbie, 7329 S. Morgan, and Mrs.
Anna Loftus, 7325 S. Morgan. Fire
bug tried to burn them.
Oak Park "L" passengers will have
to transfer to Met. or walk down
town for three days, beginning mid-