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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Brindle bulldog with taste for rub
ber bit holes in eight bicycle and mo
torcycle tires, Lincoln park. Tackled
auto tires, but couldn't get teeth
through them. Now in pound.
H. E. Aitken, president of Triangle
Film Co., passed through Chicago.
Said Griffith, Ince and Sennett, of
the Triangle, are going to effect a
larger consolidation of their interests.
Catherine Harrington, 7, 715 E.
37th, seriously hurt by auto.
Estate of F. H. Gansbergen, former
Lincoln Pk. commissioner, valued at
Fashion Art League will conduct
spring fashion show under auspices
of Chicago Art Institute in institute
Harry Booth and Philip Molinar,
owners Park theater, 6916 N. Clark,
freed on charge of running raffle.
Ran popularity contest Losers got
peeved because Mrs. Louise Breit,
7455 Ridge, won.
Mrs. Gertrude Howe Britton re
signed from school board. Believed
she did so because of mayor's action
in forcing political friend into job of
school board statistician.
POLITICAL EQUALITY LEAGUE
Sunrise, 6:03; sunset, 5:05.
Thos. Clark, 640 N. Clark, booked
as keeper of alleged handbook in
room, 56 W. Randolph.
Andrew McCulloch,1460 E. 57th,
stabbed in hand by Sister-in-law,
Mrs. Nellie McCulloch, 1439 E. 55th.
Struck her, she said.
Tarkina Altunian, 19, 2408 Warren
av., turned down by Anna Paze, 4152
Kenmore av., committed suicide.
Ladislaw Kalecic, 2701 S. Kensky
av., shot in shoulder when he went
to call on estranged wife. Wife or
dered him ejected.
Wm. Bruff, 52 E. Illinois, fined $200
for driving auto while intoxicated.
Ruth Gleason, 2916 Broadway,
pleaded guilty to stealing waist in
Mayor requested city collector to
hold up any application for license to
garage just completed, azzu Broad
way. Is within 200 feet of Nettel
horst school, in violation of city or
dinance, citizens complain.
Jury granted verdict of $6,333 to
Carl Hartung, 8, two of whose toes
were crushed by street car.
Jas. Allen, 1232 Washington blvd.,
electrocuted while .cleaning tank,
Ravenswood Ice Co., 4722 W. Ra
Mrs. Helen Jax, 2921 Ellen av.,
dragged 50 feet when dress caught
in door of Milwaukee av. car. Cut
Richard Neifert, 4382 Elston av.,
held to grand jury on manslaughter
charge. Alleged to have struck Gus
Brandt, 4806 Milwaukee, on head
with whip handle.
D. K. Panas, Indiana Harbor,
found near railroad tracks, mur
dered. Stabbed 16 times.
Policeman J. R. O Neil, reinstated
by court order eight years after dis
missal from force, suing city for $19,
147 back pay.
Fuller-Morrison Co., wholesale
druggists, will erect 6-story, $200,000
' Jilding, Randolph and Clinton.
WANTS AUTO FENDERS
The Chicago Political Economy
league wants fenders on auto trucks.
In a strong resolution, the league
calls upon all aldermen to pass favor
ably upon such amendments as will
"insure a strong fender law for the
protection of the people of the city
In particular, the league asks sup
port of aldermen for Aid. Otto Ker
nels amendment to the ordinance re
quiring fenders on motor trucks.
which will be presentedto city coun
cil at its next meelng. This amend
ment, says the league, would make
the validity of the fender law unaues-
"The necessity of a valid fender
law is proven by the records of tb