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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 01, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:46; sunset, 6:48.
I. Sandock, 6020 Harper av.,
robbed in home of $21 ancLfrat pin.
Emil Gras, 2426 Aubert av., robbed,
by negro. Said he was policeman.
Catherine Crowley, 4, injured by
auto driven by John Celba, 6454 Ab
erdeen. Earl Adams, 239 E. 37th, cut throat
of Mrs. Edna Robinson, 3600 Wabash
av. Slashed own throat. May die.
Irwin Certs, 1060 N. Dearborn,
beaten and robbed by four men.
Detectives Bullard and Ausenbaum
found 10 men drinking in Adam
Blasy's saloon, 861 Larrabee. Caught
Bronze statue of discus thrower, S.
Francisco exposition prizewinner,
stolen while on exhibit at Marshall
Mrs. Harvey Slater, 426 N. Lock
wood av., about to be sent to sani
tarium, suicide. Gun.
Mrs. Alvina Cordon, 127 E. Illinois
St., suicide, gas. Quarreled with
Wm. Erickson, 1525 Grace, ma
chinist, dead. Emery wheel burst,
Simonds Mfg. Co.
Twelve arrested in raid on alleged
poker game, St Regis hotel base
ment, 518 N. Clark.
Patrick Fitzgerald, 22 E. Kinzie,
slipped while climbing Northwestern
roal signal station ladder. Skull frac
tured. Fire 3647 Pine Grove av. damaged
S. A. Loeb's furniture $1,800.
Anthony Novotny, 3325 Lake av.,
"strong-armed" in front of crowd.
Lost $61 and $85 diamond.
Police seeking Louis Shapiro of
N. Y. on all ned fake bankruptcy
case. Wanted in the east
More than 200 women and men
arrested in raids on West Side dives
in West Lake st district
Theo. Becker, 2126 W. Division,
reported holdup to police. Lost $3
at Oakley av. and Iowa.
Robber got $173 from drug store
of Chas. Sells, 5300 Blackstone av.
Chased by crowd. Escaped.
Ex-Pres. Roosevelt returned to Oy
ster Bay last night.
Unsentimental robbers held up E.
J. Katz, 1450 Summerdale av., as he
was bidding goodnight to sweetheart,
Eleanore Schroeder, in the hallway
of her home, 2939 W. Walton.
Walter Hoffman dead in rooming
house, 25 N. Halsted. Gas.
J. P. Gallagher, Brookfield, dead.
Fell between train coaches.
Police saw strange shadows on
window shade. Investigation result
ed in arrest of Carl Anderson on
Police Chief Waino Paterson, Win
netka, given gold star by J. A. Haines
for able handling of Sam'l Greeley
Wilbur Glenn Voliva is out for
- R. C. Bacon, 452 Briar pi., editor
Harvard Lampoon, will undergo oper
ation for appendicitis.
Dr. D. A. Ferner, dentist, 7100 S.
Chicago av., lost two sets of teeth
and $75 in platinum to thieves.
Gustave Deutschmann, held since
murder of Agnes Middleton, 3267
Armitage av., on April 4, to be freed
Sam Babinec, 1947 String, dead.
Five hundred members of barbers'
and bootblacks' unions met to make
plans for getting Sunday off.
Walter Hoffman, 25 N. Halsted,
dead. No reason known.
John P. Gallagher, Brookfield, III.,
dead. Fell between coaches of Bur
lington train on way home:
Ike Jigsmith says his best girl
waved her handkerchief as he passed
her domicile last evening. In re
sponse Ike probably waved his coat
sleeve, which he uses as a handker
chief. Leipsic, Pa., Bugle.