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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 20, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:02; sunset, 6:36.
Miss Harriet Winchell, Norwood
Park, Chicago's oldest school teach
er, dead. Taught 51 years.
Max BarrishpolskT, 1122 S. Lincoln,
and Chas. Rubin, 1557 S. Sawyer av.,
arrested by federal authorities on the
charge of concealing assets from
trustee in bankruptcy.
Nicholas Cirilla arrested in connec
tion with death of Morris Johnson,
2908 W. 12th, following election day
fight near 921 Blue Island av. polling
place.
Jos. D. Irose, 839 N. Dearborn, ac
cuses man claiming to be Frank C.
Clark of using registered name of
negro to vote in 21st ward.
Peter Stompfhouse, hostler, found
dead following $25,000 fire in barn,
2628 Berlin. Believed suffocated.
Four auto trucks destroyed.
Yuen Poon and another Chinese
ordered deported by Judge Anderson
in federal court. Here illegally.
Riot started in So. Chicago over
poor service of Chicago Surface
Lines. Crowd broke car windows.
Death penalty demanded against
Dan Riley, 18, on trial second time
for murder of saloonkeeper in rob
bery. Louis Lieberman, 1530 S. Spauld
ing av., killed by lightning bolt which
struck him as he lay in bed reading
paper.
Judge Cemmel, before Chicago
Medical society, demanded heavier
punishment for boy bandit
Roy Boltz, 18, 5024 Ashland av.,
thrown out of bed by lightning during
storm last night
Hyman Goodwin, Hotel Sherman,
arrested as forger in Peoria.
Judge Kavanaugh selected as trial
judge in case of Att'ys C. E. Erbstein
and P. H. O'Donnell and six others
charged with subornation of perjury.
O. E. Pagan, federal indictment ex
pert, in Chicago to confer with Dis't
Att'y Clyne. Believed to be investi
gating rise in price of gasoline.
Rob't Cairns, Zion City, dead. Hit
by car.
Robber with two guns took $40
from cash register in bar of John
Burns, 700 W. Van Buren.
Wm. M. -strom, defeated by 11
votes for 4th ward Republican com
mitteeman, wants recount.
Citizens requested by police, fire
and health dep'ts to clean attics, cel
lars and yards, particularly on April
23.
Dispatches declare Thos. Kelley
and Canadian government, which ac
cuses him of $1,000,000 steal, have
come to terms and that Kelly will
pay and go free. Now prisoner in
Waukegan.
W. H. Guithrie, 733 E. 47th, drug
clerk, pulled trolley poles from three
street cars, State and Adams, rush
hour. Arrested on disorderly con
duct charge.
Standard Oil Co. employes, Whit
ing, Ind., struck for raise.
Mrs. Wm. E. Muehlman says hubby
boasted of intimacies with other
women. Suing for divorce.
Irene Cavanaugh, 4, 8736 Buffalo
av., hurt by auto of Dr. John Baran-
cik, 8438 Buffalo av. Will recover.
Judge Thos. Scully denied that he
gave James Franche, alias "Duffy the
Goat," right to carry gun.
Corporation counsel's office in
opinion gave Chief Healey permis
sion to pass on movie films as censor.
Masked negro who escaped on mo
torcycle got $30 from saloon of D. J.
Toomey, 356 W. 45th, after gun fight
Adolph Kaufman, 223 N. Halsted
st, killed self in Muscatine, la.
John Patterson, 746 S. Ridgland
av., Oak Park, arrested. Accused of
taking daughter out of school to
work.
Thinking Victor Peterson. 1110
Wells, was dead, wife called under
taker. Man revived.
Nicholas Circilla, 19, arrested in
connection with murder of Morris
Johnson, 2908 W. 12th, rag man.
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