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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 04, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:42; sunset, 6:52.
Frank Kempinski fined $25 by
Judge Landis. Sold "magic dollars"
by mail. Spend the money ; it returns
to you, he said.
Jos. Barrington, 3417 S. Park av.,
quarrelled with stranger at Aberdeen
and Madilson. Stabbed.
Steve Kore, 4830 Princeton av.,
teamster, fell from his wagon at 71st
and Wallace. Skull fractured.
Romolo Amici, 1346 Larrabee, ex
onerated of murder of Richard Gorm
ley, 1126 Chatham ct, shot by hold
ups. Wm. Novesck, window washer Wil
lard hospital, dead. Fell from 4th
story window.
Cigaret smoker in bed started fire
at 1753 W. Madison, rooming house.
Hugh Alderdice, 6, missing from
home at 4031 Colorado av. Mother
asked for search.
Coroner's jury, over Wm. Sanders,
1002 W. Monroe, asked t rooming
house keepers to tighten up gas jets.
Delayed burial of Norman Shotts,
6210 N. Central Park av., to find foot.
Shotts killed by train.
Harry Hoye, 753 E. 37th, lost job.
Suicide. Gas.
David Johnson, 310 Augusta, team
ster, slugged by man. Condition se
rious. Reason unknown.
Jas. Prickett, switchman out of job,
left wife at home, 4030 W. Lake st,
went to Garfield park and shot self.
May die.
Ass't State's Att'y Ernest Buehler
assigned to hear Eaton-Rowe case
facts. May give grand jury evidence.
U. S. att'y instructed by Judge Lan
dis to seek method to prosecute loan
sharks.
Packing house of Henry Guth &
Co., 3911 S. Halsted, being inspected
by health dep'L Unsanitary, com
plaints say.
Mrs. F. D. Crocker, 1936 S. Hal
sted, arrested. Sold one piano, de
livered another, Mrs. Elizabeth
Goundlach, 5613 Emerald ay., says.
Libby Viterna, 2157 Hastings, bit
ten about head and face by big dog
in sister-in-law's home.
Chas. Lepore, 1207 Harrison, in
jured by mysterious explosion and
fire.
Six art bodies petitioned mayor to
appoint municipal art com'n. City
unsightly, they think.
Wm. Bessey, 1510 Cornelia, took
mercury tablets. Reason and man
ner unknown.
Plant of Acma Asbestos Co., W.
Kinzie and N. Ada, damaged by fire.
Policeman Anton Calek made de
tective because he captured George
Williams, robber, in Virginia hotel
duel.
Many complaints made that men
posing as of Thompson 3d Ward club
are shaking down saloon and cigar
store owners.
Axel Johnson freed. In on com
plaint of Mrs. Amanda Carlson, 4520
N. Oakley av.; when he wouldn't pay
board.
Judge Landis investigating report
that Fred Home paid $200 to have
case against him "fixed."
Albert Macfertr, 4417 N. Hamilton
av., killed when auto truck hit Cot
tage Grove car at Van Buren.
Wm. Wisgiki, 3020 N. California
av., Iff years old, suicide. Gun. Lost
job.
The ill-fated Eastland on which 812
lost their lives, to be made naval
training boat
Wm. Kuzing and wife Martha, 9717
Commercial av., overcome by gas.
Revived.
Casimer Stopka, 11, 2144 N. Wood,
had finger crushed by C. .& N. train.
o o .
. SHAW AND THE REBELLION
New York, May 4. George Ber
nard Shaw, Irish playwright cabled
this comment to New York newspa
per on Irisr rebellion: "Silly, igno
rant, wrong-headed, but honorable
brave and republican."

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