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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 06, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:25; sunset, 6:21.
James H. Wilson, 5340 Vernon av.,
fined $50. Impersonated newspaper
reporter when arrested.
Louis Ritzinger, 122 W. 49th, jan
itor, fined $25 because he hit deliv
ery boy in quarrel.
Ignatz Onchak, 4318 S. Halsted,
held by police. Wife died of blood
poison from broken leg. Think he
Joseph Kahout, 2423 St Louis av.,
held by U. S. Comm'r Foote for send
ing improper matter through mails.
Albert Hoover, 51 E. Grand av.,
found overcome by gas. Tube in
mouth, police say. Despondent
Four women and two men arrested
in raid on alleged dive at 706 N.
Charles Wehrman, address un
known, found dead on Northwestern
tracks. Hit by tram.
Carl 0. Wallace, 3253 Sheffield av.,
found dead in bed. Two gas jets on.
Modesco Di Marco, fruit dealer,
534 W. Division, ordered held to the
grand jury for shooting of Richard
Gormley, special policeman.
Howard Haynes, 3539 N. Jensen
av., and Fred Marberg, 3249 Herndon,
in morals court on complaint of-a
stenographer who alleges attempt to
Mrs. Eleanor Yates and Mrs. Maude
Burnshire, Hammond, struck by a
team of horses at State and Van
Books, pamphlets and engravings
worth $10,000 given to U. of C. by
Mrs. Geo. Eckels.
Octave Dua, tenor of grand opera
company, arrested. Mrs. Ethel Dee
gan, 1742 Barry av., says he insulted
her in movie show.
Mrs. Theodore B. Sachs, widow of
suicide, may be made business man
ager of Edwards sanitarioum, Naper
ville. Joseph Mangold, Portland, Me.,
i eld in $2,000 bonds by U. S. Com'r
aote. Used mails to defraud, charge.
Wm. Ehler, 4237 Ravenswood av.,
shot seriously by policeman when he
resisted arrest on suspicion.
Lillian Gimber, 6236 S. Troy, miss
ing from home since Tuesday. Went
to shop; didn't return.
Michael Heitler, levee character,
released on $5,000 bonds. Accused
of violating Mann act
Policeman Charles O'Connor, Stan
ton av., before trial board. Threw a
sponge at fellow officer.
Robert Moy, Chinese, appointed
school census taker for Chinese dis
trict. Serg't Boschulte, Sheffield av., be
fore trial boards Beat man he met
with divorced wife.
Bernard Reynolds, 5445 S. 5th av.,
suicide. Killed self with gun when
policeman tried to arrest him for
Ernest Wallace, negro, 3245 Wa
bash av., arrested as holdup man.
Two men arrested; two sought in
death of Mrs. Agnes Middleton, 3267
Armitage av. Found-murdered.
Louis Jacoby, 4809 Prairie av., sui-'
cide. Poison. Lost money in stock
WHY SIGN PAINTERS THINK
LIFE IS BEAUTIFUL
New York, April 6. Crocodiles
nestled between the milky-white
shoulder blades of some of New
York's fairest beauties last night and
early today. Lizards caressed bare
throats and a few of Col. Roosevelt's
nut-eating night birds perched upon
pink-powdered arms of debutantes.
All this happened at a fancy cos
tume ball at the Vanderbilt hotel,
where the stenciled beauty fad had
its first real tryout
They say, girls, that you put the
stenciled figures in in your bath.
Arising from the water the zoo is
discovered on your cuticle.
Bad housing produces bad health.