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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 20, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Saloons of B. R. Brown, 4836
Broadway, and Ben Andrewskiewicz,
158 Cortland, closed for Sunday lid
Gov.. Dunne predicts in-Joliet that
DJ. roads will be famous rather than
notorious in ten years.
Orson Smith, banker, broke wrists
m fall in Northwestern depot Con
dition serious. He's-75 years old.
Chas. Muketus, saloonkeeper, 4445
S. Ashland, killed and Stuart Moss,
former detective, wounded, in mys
terious revolver battle. Joe Rvpirctf
part owner in saloon, being held.
lu crzmger, &yui Lakewood av.,
found dead in home. Was nivin
Anna Kesner, 19, 2835 S. Michigan
'., shot in shoulder whon 0v.a
sisted negro who grabbed her purse.
Muriel StaDles. 3. 715 H a woo 4 11
Oak Park, went to spend penny for
candy. Hasn't returned.
Mary Schurek, 15, ran away from
home m East St Louis to escape
tack56' Caught her To be taken
Coroner's office and police probin
death of Effie Graun, 3539 Race av!
found dead from gas. May have
Solomon Fish, South Water street
merchant, arrested for accepting ille
gal shipment of game from Wiscon
sin. High heels found advocate in Dr4
Paul Magnuson, who told 111. Med.
Soc. they support backs and mve.
women graceful carriage. '
New venire of iurors called fnr r;,i
of Att'y Chas. Erbstein and, others I
charged with conspiracy tfTiiW V
Harry Sullivan, 16 W. Chieao-n
went on first spree since Xmas few
days ago. Jumped into lav Tncf
Mrs. Edna Quick and Mrs. Hai
Quigley, sisters, carried chJWron
from second floor when their anart-
ment, 4150 Park av., burned
Sunrise, 4:26; sunset, 7:08.
John Frankiewicz, 1878 N. Robey,
died in County hospital. Swallowed
half pint alcohol - ...
Frank Sullivan and Nicholas Fan
nella arrested when stolen auto was
struck by car at Milwaukee and
Anton Rostutis', Blue Island, held
to grand jury for murder of Martin
Meskowski. Three others held ac
cessories. Four persons slightly hurt when
two street cars crashed in front of
Louis Victor, 1108 W. 61st, jewelry
salesman, brought back from N. Y.,
where police think he skipped with
Wm. O'Rourke, 4344 W. Monroe,
found dead. Gas. May have been
Rob't Ohlerich, 1603 W. Madison
piano marchant, fined $50. Accosted
girl and swore at her.
Nick Hae ring,, 114th and Yale av.,
dead. Thrown out of wagon as it
swerved around corner.
Woodfin ' Bowling, Benton, Mo
borrowed $3,500 from JSlrs. Anna
Blackmer, 849 Sheridan rd. Claims
he didn't return it Arrested.
Coroner's jury asked that Wm,
O'Brien, 4522 S. Union av., be held,
Thos. West, 613 W. 43d, killed in fight
over crap game.
Frances Hooper, 4649 Woodlawn
av., held for speeding. DrdVe auto
35 miles an hour, policeman says.
To starfwork on new Monroe st
bridge May 29. Residents in district
warned to boster homes to stand
strain. " V
Chief Healey ordered arrest of all
who have not bought 1916 licenses
and permits. I
City Treas. Sergei got $3,000,000
check from County Treas. Stuck
art, lor taxes collected.
John Kelker, Philadelphia, re-arrested
as he left Bridewell Wanted
for misuse of mails.