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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 07, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:15; sunset, 5:47.
Morris Sitvin, proprietor Mid City
hotel, 13 S. Halsted, arrested. Charg
ed by guest, Antonie Nurm, with
stealing $750. - -
Miss Antonia Plastina, 19, 4656
Rice, missing since Friday. Police
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John Tartmeir, 315 W. 52d, dead.
Grappled with holdup man last Sun
day. Robber shot him.
Peter Rausch, 9002 Exchange av.,
paroled convict, returned to Joliet
after complaint that he had again
forged check.
Mrs. Rosie Luto, 832 Garibaldi pi.,
missing since March 3, found in New
York.
$1,000,000 of forest preserve bonds
sold to Kissel, Kinnicutt & Co. for
$995,830. Were highest bidders.
$250 verdict favor of family of Mil
lard Horn, killed when jolted off step
of Frank Hoffman's auto. Was rid
ing there with Hoffman's permission.
Erie R. R. will move city ticket of
fice from 226 S. Clark to 7 W. Adams,
March 9.
E. L. Thacker, trapped on ocean
by wireless after fleeing with $30,000
of Cosden & Co., on way back with
detectives.
Sam'l Rabinovitz, arrested 1500 W.
13th, confessed counterfeiter, given
5 years in federal pen.
Mrs. Susan Henwood, 19 W. Supe
rior, thought she had burglar locked
in room. Burglar left through win
dow. Joas. Andricachi held in heavy
bonds following complaint of Mrs.
Jos. D'Amico that he forced her into
life of shame.
Vice President Thos. R. Marshall
spoke at Chi. Bar ass'n dinner.
Praised Justice Hughes for declining
to desert supreme bench to be presi
dential candidate.
Fred W. Upham possible compro
mise candidate in case Roy O. West
and Mayor Thompson play a tie for
Republican national committeeman.
M. B. Sterrett, ass't state's att'y,
criticised probation law and some
judges at luncheon of legislative anti
crime commission. J. W. Houston,
chief probation officer, upheld proba
tion. John and Stephen Jenicki, 8 and 9,
1426 Milwaukee av., run down by
auto driven by L. J. Carter, 4014
Sheridan rd.
Wedding fees to minister abolish
ed by board of St Paul's M. E.
church, Ashland blvd. and Harrison.
Pastor, Rev. Roy Smith, has refused
to accept wedding fees.
Five boys living in neighborhood of
Harrison and Robey have confessed
25 robberies in month.
Dr. E. R. Lewis, Blackstone hotel,
staged race in hotel parlor with "his
two pet alligators before society au
dience. Mystery of disappearance of E. W.
Staley, wealthy Woodlawn confec
tioner, cleared; wife said she ordered
him to leave after getting annulment
of marriage for wedding too soon
after divorce.
Louis Winebach, 1445 S. Spaulding
av., run down and injured by autoist
who then fled. Police searching.
Holders of Rock Island railroad
stock may be assessed $35 a share.
Thos. Ward and man named Lar
son in hospital. Shot while fleeing
from police.
Marcus S. Hill, special trade repre
sentative, told Trade Press ass'n
that we are neglecting wonderful
opportunities in Russia.
Judge Richard E. Burke, chief jus
tice of the criminal court, seriously
ill at his home, 421 S. Central Pk av.
Ate soup at the Archbishop Munde
lein banquet
Denied that there was opposition in
State Bar ass'n to inviting Col. Theo
dore Roosevelt to address the body.
Trial of Wm. Lorimer, indicted for
bank wrecking, will start tomorrow.
Judge Dever expects to be able to re
turn to court
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