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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 08, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:21 ; sunset, 6:23.
American citizens of Luxemburg
birth have organized-into company
for service in Mexico if required.
Mario Maffi suing Mrs, L. A. Hip
pach for failing to pay for goods im
ported for her.
Judge Joseph Sabath, speeders
court, mailed notice to 32,000 owners
of autos in Chicago urging caution
in driving car.
$1,000 worth sample watches stol
en from delivery car of L. H. Schafer
& Co. jewelers. .
Henry Reitz found dead in room at
1248 S. Tripp av. Gas. Believed sui
cide. . . , .
Judge Fry ordered jury to bring in
sealed verdict in case of Chas. Car
rea, 452 N. Curtis, charged with
Ibrahim Thursky, 3219 W. 12th,
dead. Stood on auto footboard. Hit
Lodging-house inspectors to be
placed under state civil service. Ex
amination on May 6.
Accidental death verdict of coro
ner's jury sitting in case of Mrs.
Daisy Lilly, 5234 S. CampbelL and
baby daughter Rose. Killed by gas.
Frank Clark, Denver, out of work
and desperate, found by police with
gun. Said he wanted to be robber,
but didn't have nerve.
Roland Taylor, negro, held to the
grand jury in connection with death
of Henry Hasley, 5130 S. State,
found dead from bullet wound.
William R. Howard, Washington,
D. C fined $10 for tearing off pieces
of roof of Mrs. Marie Carr, 2507 Bel
Police trying to learn identity of
two men who were found sick and
who later died in hospitaL
Judge Walker dismissed proceed
ings of Northwestern rd. trying to get
back property taken from it by Mel
Stella Eituna, 6, 101 W. Huron,
dead. Burned Thursday by stove.
Wyllys Baird and William Bond
said to have been appointed to Chi
cago's traction commission to place
value-of reality held by Chicago "L"
H. R. Katanik, Chicago university
student, termed brightest boy who iQ
ever graduated from an Indianapolis
high school, killed self, 6118 Ellis av.
Feared he would not attain wealth.
Wm. Austreet, 2242 N. Avers av.,
accused tailor of stealing $22 from
pocket while he slept. Money found
bidden in Austreet's shoe. Austreet
arrested. Discharged with repri
mand. Leslie Carlstedt, 9, 839 Lakeside
pL, rescued sister, Viola, and Loraine
Mivelaz, whose raft went adrift in
lake off Wilson beach while playing
movie heroines. Threw clothesline
Planned to widen Randolph st
from Sangamon to Union Park.
Would be used for marketing.
Morris Kleiman, 1049 W. 13th, and
Meyer Mendelsohn, 1917 S. St Louis
av., alleged member of new burglar
Dr. H. M. Weinberg, 130 E. 29th,
told police negro cook had vanished
with $500 in valuables.
Houseman stole clothing and $2,
500 In jewelry from A. B. Steffens'
home, 5533 Kenmore av.
Two high school students of Evans
ton who attended dancing class have
been quarantined. Scarlet fever.
Mrs. Josephine Frontius, 1407 S.
Sangamon, died of burns in County
hospitaL Husband poured kerosene
over her. He's in jaiL ft)
Nice room to let beautifully dec
orated with German couple. Mex
He asked the government not to
muzzle the ox that laid golden eggs.
Demerara Daily Argosy.