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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 25, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:45; sunset, 6:07.
White Rats met at La Salle hotel
last night as part of nation-wide cam
paign to lower booking agency com
missions. Miss Anna Francisetti, 18, awarded
$15,000 in suit against Spring Valley
Coal Co. Arm torn off by conveyor.
John Epper, Grant hotel cigar
counter clerk, arrested on charge of
gambling by running punch board
and "26" game.
Michael O'Boyle dropped charge
that firemen, 5th av. and Lomax pL
station, hazed him. Satisfied it was
International Hat Co., Longley
bldg., 115 E. South Water, damaged
$2,000 by fire.
Mrs. Frank Light. Mt. Morris, III.,
fled from home of nurse, Miss J.
O. O'Brien, 2919 N. Clark. Stood in
center of car tracks, holding up traf
fic until four policemen led her to
Miss Alice Johnson, 3329 Indiana
av., suing Saml Lyons, real estate
broker, Ashland blk., $25,000. Says
he struck her. Lyons denies.
John Jacobs, 508 Loomis, machin
ery mover, crushed to death by fall
of heavy machine, 944 N. spauldrag.
Nettie Marceollio, 15, who ran
away from 614 N. Sangamon to be a
movie actress, found in Milwaukee.
Coroner's jury decided Mrs. Aurora
Johnstone, 2660 Milwaukee av.,
found with knife in heart, killed self.
Adam Greschner, 60, who ran
away from Oak Forest infirmary,
found dead. Caught in storm.
Four men and woman, arrested in
alleged white slave plot in Gary, ar
raigned. Bonds set at $2,000.
Wm. Kerkering, Chicago Heights,
killed self with gun in saloon near
home. Tired of life.
Trial of Will Orpet, accused of the
murder of Marian Lambert, set for
April 10 in Waukegan.
Park Ridere srirl clubs Dlavintr Rati
Cross. Want to qualify for nurses. 1
Frank Koraleski, sec'y board of re
view, 1934 Evergreen av., had ner
vous breakdown over disappearance
Charles Cararro, poolroom owner,
Grand av., and Halsted, arrested on
Plans made to accommodate 25,
000 bathers at Clarendon av. munici
Prosperity of Chicago growing
weekly, says Dun's Weekly Review.
Judge Holdom named Att'y F. F.
Rush master in chancery for circuit
Policeman Gormley, sanitary dis
trict, died of bullets fired by one of
three bandits who held up saloon at
Division and Larrabee and escaped.
Geo. Natzke found sruiltv of man
slaughter in Judge Brothers' court.
tuuea unas. .retzei, mail earner, who
tried to protect Natzke's sweetheart
from beatine. Jurors recommended
Mack Carter arrested for nassintr
bad checks. Told judge he did it to
buy ring for wife.
Mayor Thompson to d Chief Healsv
to run down all men who were using
his name to sell protection to saloon
Four persons slightly hurt when
two. autos crashed near 95th and
Stony Island last night
Safeblowers ,got $150 and watch
dog from fish store of Chas. Halfpat
& Sons, 512 S. Halsted sL Dog didn't
Catharine Schwartz, 18, fought
with parents. Found drinking by po
lice. Opened wrist artery in police
station. Lost blood. Condition se
rious. III. State Medical college seek to
send representatives of the medical
profession to the state legislature.
Residents of Chauncey av. want
city to change name of their street
to Avalon av. Say it's too sissified.
O. J. Olson, watchman who shot
and killed Frank Macaluso. has