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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 13, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:12; sunset, 6:28.
Mrs. Morris Drozdowitz, 4823
Grand blvd., advertised for maid. Two
girls called, looked over flat and left
$75 in jewelry missing,.
Harry Smith, 8324 Exchange av.,
junk dealer, fined $25 for buying lead
from minor without consent of lat
Wm. F. Hummel, 632 Wellington,
found dying. Believed to have fired
two bullets into head.
Romolo Arnica, 1346 Larrabee, ac
cused of murdering Richard Gorm
ley, special policeman, held without
bail till April 21 hearing.
Burglars got $200 worth from the
home of Andrew Fischer, 811 Cass.
Missed $1,000 worth of jewelry.
Louis B. Grossman in court before
Federal Judge Landis. Charged with
concealing assets in bankruptcy case.
Louis Welzein and John Ryberg
sent to Leavenworth penitentiary.
Stole from freight car.
Chief Healey's report on crime
shows 46 arrests on election day.
Disorderly cases not included.
Frank Ryan suing Hubert Kilans
for $10,000. Says Kilans accuses
him falsely of taking political bribe.
George Reynolds, 500 S. Clark, had
skull fractured by auto driven by A,
W. Hempze, 10507 Columbia av.
Wm. Ewing and John South, negro
policemen, fired from force. Accepted
bribe from keeper of disorderly
Judge Leo J. Doyle, elected to fill
place of late Jos. Ryan, installed amid
John Gordon, 1037 W. Madison,
and two others arrested. Tried to
hold up store. Out of Bridewell two
Kanstantin Fraintus, 1407 S. San
gamon, held to grand jury. Accused
of pouring kerosene on wife and
touching match to her. Woman dead.
Boy told Mrs. L. De eter, 2848 N.
"obev. that husband had sent him to
" yr for $2. Got $10. Disappeared.
Frank Gage, 6721 S. Ada, held to
grand jury. Bogus check charge.
Two men escaped after attempt to
drag Clara Lucas, 16, 2215 N. Powell
av., into alley.
Abe Bostrom, 3501 Wabash av.,
surprised wife and man in room.
Took his clothes and called police.
George Neiman, 119th and Rock
Island tracks, shot probably fatally
in duel with two policemen. Sus
pected of robbing freight cars.
Pres. Wilson sent roses and card
to Jane Addams, Hull House head,
who is ilL
Chas. Wickserson, 1357 S. Lawn
dale av., assaulted in lobby of Lake
view bldg., 116 S. Michigan av. As
Chas. Davis, 1461 Michigan av., hit
by auto at 16th and Michigan av.
Seriously injured; autoist escaped.
Frank Michels, chief of police of
Aurora, resigned on pension.
Mrs. Caroline Carlson. 79. 730 N.
jjHamlin av., found dead from gas in
J as. Holmes, 633 S. Peoria, killed
in gun fight after card game at 703
Jas. Dunn, 1531 Komensky av.,
found dead. Gas. Believed accidental.
City won suit of S. D. Childs & Co.
May begin work on Monroe st
Mrs. Taatge Schluetter, 83, found
dead in home in Blue Island. Had
$74,000 in cash and stocks.
Wm. Hummel, 632 Western av.,
suicide. Gun. HI for years.
FINED FOR HUGGING WIFE
Winnipeg, Man., April 13. Sam
Buka today paid a fine of $5.35 for
hugging his own wife. Sam had been
at a party. Wine flowed freely. A
comely maid attracted him. He, fol
lowed her. Thinking it was sh,e
standing on the porch, he gathered
the form of a woman in his arms.
The woman was his wife. She beat
him up; then called the police