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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 20, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunset, 5:53: sunset, 6:0Z
Mrs. Theresa Gruber, 3257 W.
Adam, found dead from gas. Acci
dental. - -
Privates Roy Wheeler and J. B.
Shockley escaped from guardhouse
at Ft Sheridan. Seek them here.
Two plate glass windows in paint
store of Matt Franz, 1618 S. Halsted,
broken. Blame political enemies.
Joseph Kovar, 71, 1541 W. 18th pi.,
turned on gas in kitchen. Found
dead. Believed accidental.
W. R. Klemschmidt, 4030 Kamer
ling av., and companion rescued by
lifesavers. Boat caught in ice floe.
Trial of Wm. Lorimer for alleged
wrecking of La Salle St bank re
Max Menzel, 6258 Greenwood av.,
cut twice near heart in fight with
man in Transportation bldg. Assail
Wm. Mays, Acme hotel, 811 S
State st, held under Mann act An
nie Fisher, 2135 Michigan, com
plained. Englewood Law & Order league to
send mayor list of 35 saloons which
keep open on Sunday.
Geo. Hutman, 10, 13348 Av. N,
killed self with bullet through head
while "playing suicide."
Olaf Johnson, 3617 E. 80th pi., ar
rested after thrown off Cottage
Grove av. car three times. Beat up
Max Smalak, 2136 N. Robey st, ar
rested after holdup of couple in
Mrs. Henrietta Baach, 68, 5168
Indiana av., fainted and died on In
diana car at 47th.
Auto of H. M. Scott, 1411 N. State
st, smashed when he drove it into
Mrs. Bella McGreevey, St Regis
hotel, 516 N. Clark, tried suicide with
poison. Unsuccessful; locked up.
Walter Sanhamel, 4, 4414 N.
Springfield av., hurt when autos
crashed at Montrose and Ashland,
Fire started in storeroom of Olym
pic theater while crowd was leaving.
Put out quickly; small damage.
Body of Frank Macaluso, 1128
Cambridge av., found in hallway. Po
lice think he was shot as holdup man.
Patrolman Albert Horr will appear
before police trial board to answer
charges of intoxication.
Six families periled when gas pipe
broke in building at 5313 Blackstone
av. None overcome.
Louis J. Pierson, attorney, died
while giving address in Wilmette
Methodist church. Heart disease. "
Twenty-four saloons-violated Sun
day closing law by staying open
yesterday, according to police.
Chas. Bunworth brought 'here
from New York. Suspect in shoot
ing of Banker J. J. Slomski.
Harry Engel arrested as burglar
when found in home of Chas. Soelke,
5000 Washington blvd.
James Franche, alias Duffy the
Goat, held with four companions as
Burglar with case knife looted the
home of H. T. Gilbert at 5411 Hyde
Lloyd Sampson went crazy in Blue
Island saloon. Killed Andrew Pan
jak and shot another while "killing
Michael Aravols, 524 W. 81st, lamp
cleaner, dead. Hurt in attempt to
board moving train.
ASTRONOMY BACK HOME
The eclipse commenced on the
right under side of the sun and
passed across the lower section to
ward the left It was very indistinct
for a short time, but about 11 was
clearly in view. Smoked glass fur
nished a very good mea'ns of observ
ing the phenomena and many ob
servers claim that the eclipse was
caused by the passing of the moon
between the earth and the sun.
Gloversville (N. Y.) Leader-Republi-