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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 22, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY tONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:23; sunset, 7:10.
Steamship men-. had moving pic
tures taken of wave's at municipal
pier to show it would be unsafe for
boats to tie there until south break
water is constructed.
Martin Backe, 2730 Sheffield av.,
killed by Montrose av. car.
After autos of' Jas. Higgins, 4227
W. Congress, and Samuel Levy, 1007
Milwaukee av., collided, drivers en
gaged in fist fight, report to police.
Christ Tamburo slashed after he
is said to have insulted wife of host,
Nick Rendye, 700 Taylor. Wound
Stanley Ford, 2214 W. Park av.,
and Chas. DeRose, 828 S. Bishop, ar
rested on strength of stories told by
three girls. Charges serious.
Mary Geirch, 3, 9022 Green Bay
av., played about bonfire. Dead from
Wm. Marcinovski, 263 E. 115th,
hung himself to bedpost with
clothesline. Despondent over ill
Body of man about 40 taken from
lake at 99th st Few marks of iden
tification. David Ex, 619 Vernon av., suicide
in Milwaukee by poison, according to
telegram to police. Relatives say ac
W. G. Voliva, overseer of Zion City,
organized society of "stinkpots" for
John McLain, 6159 Kimbark av.,
confessed theft of several autos, ac
cording to police. Implicated six.
Jos. Martin, 900 Sunnyside av.,
famous as "gentleman gambler"
Sam Doll, 1502 S. Campbell av., ar-
rested for deserting wife and three
Chicago Postoffice Clerks' Ass'n
indorsed proposed bill before Con
gress to retire mail clerks with pen
sion. Christ Calik, 2, 907 S. 51st av.,
dead. Fell into tub of hot water.
John Plunkett 6202 Dorchester,
collided with C. A. Selvig, 1115 S.
Clifton Park av., near home. Both
arrested after quarrel.
John Wohler, 2346 S. Throop,
drinking, chased wife from house
with revolver then shot self dead be
fore wife and daughter. t
Mrs.' Marie Eaton, 2216 Jackson
blvd., tried suicide. Gas. Rgvived.
Louis Renschler, 6439 Maryland
av., arrested with - plumber's tools
under arm. Confessed stealing while
Philip Skaczek, '1505 N. Paulina,
shot Police seeking Stanley Red
linski, 1641 Brigham, after fight over
Four men in auto robbed Rob't
Stanford, 2343 Cullom av., of $10,
near home. - ,
Otto Nelson, 4419 Bernard, arrest
ed. Wife's complaint
Several buildings damaged by
water. 36 inch, main broke at Ells
worth av., and Penn Ry.
Bomb exploded in bldg. of Hanisch
Harness Co., 123 N. Halsted. No
RODRIGUEZ AND LARKIN JOLT
Preparedness propaganda being
fostered by loop papers got jolts from
Aid. Rodriguez and "Jim" Larkin, or
ganizer of Irish citizen army, at
Grand Opera house mass meeting
yesterday. Meeting was held as pro-,
test against Britain for executions of'
Irish revolutionists. f )
Rodriguez traced hand of Business
and showed its power through fingers
of advertisements to- compel daily
ad-taking press to do as Business,
In middle of meeting, Larkin
jumped across from stage across the
archestra pit, grabbed man by collar
and threw him out of the aer. Man,
M. T. Newman, 437 Arlington pi., had
arisen in his seat and declared that
English executions were jus r