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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF, THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:17; sunset, 6:25.
Raymond Hayden, 4742 W. Mon
roe, found dead fronugas. Despond
ent over HP-health. "
John Miketro, 1748" Allport av.,
stabbed In saloon row with John No
vak, 1847-Allport av., who is under
D. E. P. Rasmussen, 39J59 Armrtage
av., held by police. Accused by little
Edward Coppinger, 952 N. Clark,
held after Bertha Moore was removed,
to hospital suffering from illegal op
eration. John Beck, 916 Ernst -ct, badly
hurt Fell while working on bldg.
John FrankiewitzJ 1878 N. Robey,
drank wood alcohol because wife left
him. May die.
Herbert Carlson, 5143 Drake av.,
hurt when his motorcycle crashed
into auto at Drake and Belle Plaine.
Wm. Martin, 7, 3200 W. Monroe,
hurt by auto of Walter Hemme, 2158
W. Chicago av.
"Peter Ramackus, 9 weeks old, 142
Newberry av., found suffocated in,,
Ernest Guiles, 328 S. Sacramento
av., drove motorcycle into auto. Two
L. W. Hough, 6222 Harper av., re
ported missing. Think he went to
country for rest x
Frank Miller and .brother David,
172 E. Superior, brought from Padu
cah, Ky., where they fled after auto
Man about 45 found dead with re
volver by side in lumber yard at
Blackhawk and N. Branch.
Albert MueHer, 442 Deming pi., ar
rested. Policewoman saw him hit
Lillian Salnena, 1610 N. La Salle,
caught between cars at Clark and
Burton pL Seriously crushed. May
Jessie Robertson, 16, who left
home at 1246 W Congress, to go on
tabroiight back from SL LotOJ. '
Reported that friends of F. K.
Jackson, absconded Northwestern
"U" cashier, would make up $19,000.
Jackson recently returned. '
Twenty-five autos stolen Saturday
night Ed Fleming, sec'y to State's
At'y Hoyne, lost his. K
Sixty men and women arrested in
dozen raids made by Stanton av. po
lice to clear district of vice.
Henry OlSen, 17, 3973 Vernon av.,
shot in fopt by detective who arrested
him as alleged burglar.
Morris Browsky, jeweler, 2349 Po
tomac av., killed bjr burglar. Fought
duel before death, police say.
Burglar who used case knife clean
ed out several South Side apart
ments. Clarence Hosenfels, 6033-S.
Park av., lost $1,"000 in goods.
George P. Duggan, 3526 W. Con
gress, ran from one bandit into arms
of another block away. Out $16.
Helen Deggroazio, &, 944 W. Aus
tin, "killed by runaway horse at Grand
av. and Morgan. Brother and play
mate also trampled.
-Auto ambulance of Boydston Bros,
undertakers, killed Mrs. Minda Bu
shee, 71, 880 N. Clark.
Oscar Olson, 5355 Princeton av.,
and three women injured when auto
was hit by 63d street car at Carpen
ter. Newton Goodwin, 15, 508 Cass,
shot Chief Little Tendehoa, Indian
neighbor Arrested. Injuries not se
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Block,- 78 and
75 years old, found dead from gas in
home at 742 Wood. Accidental
Six hurt when Indiana-Lincoln car
jumped from tracks at Washington
and Wabash avs. and hit "L" pillar.
Louis Frank, 78, 3529 Lemoyne st,
killed by street car at Willow and
Mrs. Ella Wing, 4206 Indiana av.,
tried suicide. Poison. Despondent
over domestic troubles.
Mrs. S. F. Eckstein reported loss of
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