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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:00; sunset, 5:57.
James D. Hunter, 229 E. Huron,
died in County hospital from frac
tured skull. Couldn't -explain inju
ries. Howard Hews, receiver for River
view park, asked circuit court for
$20,000 for services.
Miss M. Junius, manager National
Tea store, 4355 Lincoln av., robbed
of $25 by lone bandit.
Det. Serg't Boschulte, Sheffield
av. station, arrested for assault on
Albert Krauss, 2027 Evergreen av.,
housewrecker, arrested in quarrel
over dismantling of church. Tried to
burn pillars against -wishes of parish.
John Connell and John Winters,
19, held under four charges of rob
bery, two of larceny and three of as
sault David Muir, 6137 S. Wabash av.,
held to grand jury for shooting Jas.
Burke, 6969 S. Wabash av.
Civil service com'n closed investi
gation of Eaton-Rowe "petticoat
scandal." To report in few days.
Preparing petition to mayor to
close city offices on St Patrick's
day. Council forgot to do so.
Police unable to solve murder of
Win. Bindrim, 1106 Blue Island av.,
and his son George.
Wm. Handel, grocer, 1921 Carroll
av., had Ignatius Beckman, atty., Ft
Dearborn bldg., arrested. Worthless
23,040 eggs of Perfection Egg Co.
ordered destroyed by municipal
I. I. Lewinsky's store, 19 N. Wa
bash, robbed of $5,000 in laces and
Joseph Anselome, 246 W. 25th, shot
through lung by unknown assailant,
who escaped. No reason for shooting
How Wm. Lorimer is alleged to
have juggled funds of La Salle st
bank told by Ass't State's Att'y Hol
ly in trial of banker-politician.
Of 133 girls out on probation from
morals court, 13 failed to report on
"return day." They were fined $100
and warrants were issued for their
Appeal taken to supreme court on
case in which constitutionality of
act raising salaries of Chicago judges
and clerks of election from $5 to $7
a day is attacked.
Police asked to seek Wm. Rhyleen,
merchant of Geneva, HI. Came here
on business; missing.
Judge E. K. Jarecki delayed deci
sion on Sunday closing case against
Arsonia cafe, 1654 W. Madison.
Thomas Dillon, bartender, killed
by men who shot him as he answered
door bell at 113 W. Ontario.
Three robbers got $1,200 from
barn of Albert Pick & Co., 1111 W.
34th pi. Second holdup in year.
Mayor Thompson attended dedi
cation of Missouri Athletic club in
St Louis yesterday.
Sixty arrested in cleanup of six
alleged disorderly flats and hotels on
Cu'stave Pechmann and wife Fred
ericka became grandparents while in
trial of divorce case. Made up im
mediately. John Bain, president West Engle-wood-Ashland
State bank, made a
member of South Park board.
Grand jury may probe report that
money was paid by police lieutenants
to get jobs as captains.
Ex-President Taft stopped in city
few hours on way to Janesville, Wis.
LABOR INDICTMENTS UP
Fifty labor leaders indicted by
State's Att'y Hoyne for alleged con
spiracy, extortion and malicious mis
chief will be arraigned before Judge
Kavanaugh in the criminal court to
day for hearing. Ass't State's Att'y
Raber will not ask for immediate trial
and several att'ys for the defense will
ask that the cases be continued till