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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 28, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Children by first wife of Wm. Beier,
butcher, seek to break will leaving
bulk of $200,000 estate to second
wife.
Man who gave name of Wm. S.
Johnson, 1635 S. Central st, ar
rested as masher.
Burglars got $3,000 in jewelry
from Brandt Bros. & Co., 1225
E. 63d.
Chas. Niehle, 2106 S. St Louis av.,
guilty of pandering. Anna Kodindek
said he promised to get sweetheart
back if she would earn money im
morally. Coroner's jury yesterday returned
verdict on death of Policeman Bror
Johnson, murdered by Cook Agency
robber, State and Jackson blvd.:.
"Killed by unknown assailant."
Two men, believed burglars, enter
ed Mrs. C. E. Lalhle's home, 3936 S.
Marshneld. No thine taken.
Wedding of Harry Vanderberg to
Miss Helen O'Brien, 6420 St Law
rence av., delayed. Bridegroom ar
rested. Had to wait in jail for bonds.
Charged with selling mortgaged auto.
Policeman G. F. O'Connor, rein
stated year ago after discharge for
drunkenness, will face trial board on
similar complaint. Aid. Klaus says
he knocked oompanion down and
drew gun.
Warrants out for Dr. Leon Burgess
and advertising manager, J. B. Hig
gins, 422 S. State, 'charged with dis
tributing or having in possession
pahphlets on venereal diseases.
Fire, Anderson Art Co., Auditorium
bldg. Slight damage.
Members of Ass'n of Creek Com
munity of Chicago will go to law over
Its books.
Ceo. Zeman, 8, 5250 Indiana av.,
dead. Stole ride on wagon. Drop
ped off in path of auto.
Wm. Daniels, saloonkeeper, 601 W.
31st, held following death of Edw.
Quarrie. Said to have been fighting.
After gun chase, Harry Creen and
Morris Klineman, suspected of having
Sunrise, 4:50; sunset, 6:45.
D. W. Dorsey, 225 N. Maplewood
av., held up. $4.25.
Mrs. Wm. Krawscheuberg, 5212
Lawrence av., fell on stoye. CriticaL
Wm. Wavenski, 2141 Webster av.,
dead. Pile of lumber, Hedtler Lum
ber Co.'s yard, 2601 Elston av., col
lapsed. Mrs. Catherine Harris, Evanston
probation officer, resigned. No ap
propriation for salary.
South Chicagoans appeal to City
Hall to give Chris Columbus' statue,
S. Chicago av. and Exchange av., a
bath.
Guy Biddinger, accused former
Chicago detective sergeant, will not
be brought here for trial till he serves
as witness in public utilities com
mission bribery case, West Virginia,
Gov. Dunne decided.
Al. Lassen, Tama, la., advertised
for wife. Got license yesterday to
wed Effie McCain, 5709 Wentworth
Couple arrested. Lassen will be in
vestigated as alleged Mann law vio
lator. Chief Healey has issued permit for
showing of "The Little Girl Next
Door," which is O'Hara vice report
put into movies.
Chi. Fed of Labor sent mayor let
ter asking that Warden Whitman of
Bridewell be not discharged.
Mystery shrouds transfer of real
estate valued at $2,000,000 by Edw.
W. Morrison, aged recluse, former
owner of Hotel Morrison.
Rev. Augustine H. W. Anderson,
4550 N. Hermitage av., will wed Miss
Emma Powell in St Louis.
Chicago Chinese suspected of
maintaining school of perjury to as
sist in smuggling Chinese into U. S.
Lawrence Schwab, son of Louis
Schwab, wealthy retired glove manu
facturer, arrested on bad check
charge while dancing in Drexel blvd.
academy.
Northwestern U. co-eds held an
nual class fight No fatalities.
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