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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 18, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:05; sunset, 6:34.
While H. A. Meyer was in his office,
209 W. Lake, some one put an auto
tire, leather encased; - in his auto.
Turned it over to police.
Guests at Archbishop Mundelein
banquet will offer $10,000 reward for
capture of Jean Crones.
Hobo college, 17 E. Congress has
discontinued tri-week classes till
Miss Margaret Hennessy, 23, 2710
Armitage av., wedded J. P. Baumann
on her deathbed. Died from periton
itis. Dan Riley, who asked for new trial
after getting-sentence of 14 years for
murder of John Mozier in Mozier's
saloon, 4622 S. Western av., being
given new trial.
A. A. Lyman, 2355 W. Lake, arrest
ed when stolen brass cuspidor top
was found in his coat.
"Henry Ford is a fool, his peace ex
pedition was foolish, but the greatest
fools have accomplished the greatest
achievements," said Jenkin Lloyd
Jones at Baptist ministers' meeting.
Police asked to find relatives of Dr.
nnvMinnrt. Died in La Salle, HI.
Committee being organized to col
lect fund for Dr. Theodore Sachs' me
morial bldg. at Naperville sanitarium.
Dr. O. W. McMichael elected by
Chi. Tuberculosis Institute to succeed
Dr. Sachs as physician at Naperville.
Geo. Perkins, pres. Cigar Makers'
union, elected member of business
management committee of Naper
Jacomyne and Senna Szuel, 712 W.
Grand av., and Jennie Grandi, 416 N.
Green, all less than 10 years old, fell
through manhole into basement
State's Att'y Hoyne to investigate
TCton-Rowe decision which has been
held up by city civil service com'nj
Geo. Hagel, 9, 4802 Prairie av., fa
tally injured when struck by wagon
of Consumers Co. Roller skating.
Citizens' ass'n to give state's att'y
evidence of vote frauds.
Melvin Sykes, society photograph
er, remarried wife to protect chil
dren. Mrs. Carl Scholz, wife of president
of Rock Island Coal Mining Co., died
from overdose of veronal. Members A)
of family say it is an accident.
More testimony out in federal,
court of sprees in prohibition Florida
on Wine of Cardui.
Thos. Kelly must return to Canada
to face trial on charge of defrauding
Canadian government of $1,000,000,
supreme court decides. Now at Wau
kegan. Cases against 51 business men and
labor leaders, charged with extortion,
may be quashed.
Applications for pardons of Dr.
Haldane Cleminson and Mrs. Lucy
Hagenow, sentenced to life and 20 ,
years for murder in 1907 of Mrs.
Cleminson's wife through an abor- ,
tion, to be heard tomorrow.
Several commercial houses, includ- j
ing Sears, Roebuck & Co., will try
scheme of supervisor of commercial
education, letting boys work and go
to school on alternate weeks.
Wm. Beandry, 4501 Emerald av., j
fined $10 for pulling hair from horses
tails, Union Stock yards. Sold hair.
Countrywide search for Butler R.
Storke, "boy wizard of La Salle 4
street," now accused of embezzle
ment and forgery. 1
Geo. Harshaw Phillips, 4642 Mag- ,
nolia a&, who engineered a corner in 4
corn on Board of Trade in 1900 and
cleaned up millions, dead. Penniless. ,
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G. O. P. DEADLOCK UNBROKEN I
Deadlock in Republican county
convention unbroken yesterday. By
a two to one vote, Isaac Powell, De
neen man, Col. A. W. Miller of the '
Thompson wing and W. H. Weber
from the Brundage camp were turn
ed down for the chairmanship.