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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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"NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:50; sunset, 6:04.
L. A. Gridley, La Salle st broker,
offers $250 reward for engagement
ring taken when home was burglar
ized. " -
500 railroad engineers in Chicago
attending their 17th convention.
Judge Landis took from jury gov
ernment's case against three men
charged with using mails to defraud.
Chas. Kinney has a lot of trouble
with the heads of the art institute
who don't like his actions. Arrested
yesterdaytrying to force way in.
Frank Orlando and Vito Mate
leone, 6 and 7, disappeared from
home. Believed kidnapped. Police
Geo. Burchard fined $1. Mrs. E.
Hately says he annoyed her while flat
Seven boys who were arrested at
7608 Marquette av. on tip they were
gambling, were organizing ball club.
Police seeking squealer.
John McCarthy, 17, confessed in
boys' court of setting fire to sheds to
see the engines come. Case contin
ued in boys' court
Mrs. Minnie Brown wants father
restrained from collecting rent on
house she lives in, which she says she
deeded to him for convenience.
Coroner's jury to try to find rea
son Geo. Gall, 302 N. Ashland av.,
shot self in front of mother. She
says he had no love affairs.
Edward Grace, pigneer deceased
hotel proprietor, left estate valued at
Much damage done in Kankakee
and Iroquois counties by storm which
hit Chicago last night
Michael En right, Oak Park, his
wife and chauffeur injured this
morning when auto was struck by
Madison street car.
Henri Hornbach, married, wanted
to elope with Esther Thomas, 15. Fa
ther wouldn't consent. He drank poi
oon; she tried to. He's seriously ilL
Fred Thieme, law student, be
came insane from overstudy while on
street car and stabbed Eliza Nelson
behind the ear. She will recover.
Two Chicago policemen broke
into the home of Mrs. Laura Taylor,
2113 S. 47th cL, to get her sister, be
lieved to be insane. Mrs. Taylor fired
two shots at the cops.
Thomas Wilson, newly-appointed
head of Sulzberger & Sons Co., de
clares America mustfeed world after
Two negroes stole three bottles of
whisky from Conroy's saloon, 4300
Wentworh av. Crowd thought they
had killed women. Detectives saved
John Ericson, city engineer, wants
$25,000 for survey of city's water
Joe Samil's cigar store, 3119 Lo
gan blvd., held up. $63.
Dr. F. P. Machler operated on Mrs.
F. Alexander for tumor of brain and
then performed caesarian operation
to save baby. Now think both moth
er and baby will live.
Michael Stelmaszek, 8338 Buffalo
av., died of blood poisoning caused
from pin prick.
Geo. A. King, who says he is a copy-,
reader for Daily News, fined $100
and costs by Judge Martin of W. 35th '
st. court on charge of disorderly con
duct preferred by Annie O'Brien, who
says King tried to flirt with her.
Peoria grand jury accuses Arthuf
McCoid, Chicago attorney, of trying"
to get $10,000 from saloon interests
to stop reform crusade in that town
COLE YOUNGER, LAST OF OUT
LAW BAND, DEAD
Lee's Summit, Mo.,- March 22.
Cole Younger, 72, famous Kansas
Missouri border day outlaw, James
boys' accomplice, and member o
Quantrell's guerillas in memorable
sacking of Lawrence, Kan., dead. De
vout church worker since 1913.