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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 24, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:46; sunset, 6:06.
Louis Lewis, 10146 Ewing av., land
broker, arrested. Mrs. J. R. Butts,
4416 West End av says he took
Morton Southard, St. Louis, in jail.
Confidence game alleged. Partner
says he offered bogus securities for
Frank Twombly, 13, 4060 5th av.,
arrested in stolen buggy. Second
time this month.
Michael Collins, 6922 S. Union av.,
battled with burglar in his building
at 657 W. 63d pi. Intruder escaped.
Mrs. Alice Harper, 4608 Indiana av.,
found unconscious from gas. Re
vived. Couldn't explain open jet
Harry Wuersinger, advertising
agent, 902 Lakeside pL, bankrupt.
Assets, $25; liabilities, $92,084.
Coroner's jury decided that John
Henrich, 6221 May St., kUTed wife
then self. Insane.
Joseph Jalovitz, 1541 S. Wash
burne av., held by police. Wife died
after kick 4n abdomen.
Fire Marshal O'Connor ordered in
vestigation of charges of Peter
O'Boyle that he was hazed in fire en
Thirty-five restaurant owners told
Health Com'r Robertson they would
examine employes for tuberculosis.
Geo. Natze on trial for killing of
Rob't Petzel, who died after fight fol
lowing interference in quarrel
Use of mails denied L. Bach, 64 W.
Randolph, jeweler. Said to have mis
represented goods in ads.
Two hudred guests of Berghof
cafe, 17 W. Adams, driven from the
place when grease fire in kitchen
filled place with smoke.
Louis Leon and Eugene Sassil, 154
W. Randolph, freed in court Had
been arrested in doubtful business
Eastern capitalists have secured
18 miles of lake front between Gary
and Michigan City. Believed backed
by armor plate interests.
Pleasant Jones went from Hogan's
flop, 659 Meridian, to County hos
pital, complaining "something was
wrong." He had smallpox. 250
roomers at Hogan's vaccinated.
In cross bill for divorce, wife of
Samuel J. Rosenthal, wholesale job
ber, Adams Express bldg., says hus
band is operating "fence" for so
called "million dollar burglar trust"
With all disputes over details set
tled, ordinance providing for con
struction of Franklin-Orleans sts.
bridge will be called up for passage
in city council tomorrow.
Hilda Oman and Mrs. Annie Ream,
9007 S. Union av., arrested. Girl
charged with abandoning her baby,
Mrs. Ream with aiding abandonment
Department of justice considering
whether it will accept Jacob Glos' of
fer to pay fine and penalty of $3,600
for not declaring proper income tax.
Jas. Thompson, 226 E. 43d, former
veteran minstrel man, "the man who
made Eddie Foy," ordered to psycho
pathic laboratory for investigation as
to his mental condition.
Capt Coffin, head of civil service
com'n, indicated petition of former
Lieut W. D. Ambrose for reinstate
ment in police dep't will be denied.
Discharged from force in 1911.
J. H. Murphy, 2440 N. Artesian av.,
and Rob't Susmarky, 2215 S. Whip
ple, arrested, charged with attempt
ing to blackmail Louis Kucki, 1925
S. Western av.
North Shore Review, publication
conducted exclusively by women, will
suspend publication March 30.
Det Serg't Michael Vaughn seems
to lead 14 aspirants for Harrison
Tree hero medal annually given the
bravest Chicago policeman. Cap
tured two criminals after breaking
down room door.
Mrs. Wm. A. Woodward, Des
Moines, deserted while in Chicago on
honeymoon, says she will banish hus
band from heart and go back to work
at telephone switchboard.