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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 31, 1916, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:17; sunset, 7:18.
Dep't commerce bureau standards
held last of conferences regarding
new nat'l electrical safety code in
Hotel LaSalle. "
Am. Co-Operative ass'n, 175 W. S.
Water, damaged $50 by fire.
J. C. Binnie, charged with attempt-,
ing to bribe inspector for favorable
report on cattle,, denies it
Chief Iron Tail, whose profile's on
Buffalo nickel, died on train of pneu
monia. Body shipped to Rushville,
Neb., for burial.
Jas Kardian, out of work and ill,
cut throat in home, 3639 Paulina.
Stanley Machinsky, 6, 3336 Mor
gan, followed soldiers. Found in
Mount Greenwood cemetery:
Ed Perkinson, 60, 5145 S. Bishop,
died of heart disease on duty.
Paul Budos' home, 11804 Peoria,
quarantined. He tried to break down
Jim Sullivan, displaying revolver
he wanted to sell, shot Floyd San
ford, 2108 W. 35th, in chest. Se
rious. Joe DeMars' saloon, 1133 Fulton,
held up by 3 negroes. $25 and
Mrs. Mamie Michaels, 4953 Monti
cello held up by 2 boys near home. $4.
Jewish Congress ass'n held con
ference in West Side Auditorium to
enlist aid of Chicago Jews for equal
rights for race all over world.
Ceo. Thompson, 8, 1377 Carroll
av., refused to take dare to climb up
partially wrecked bldg. Fell. Badly
John Jratochivil, 4619 Armitage,
had right arm broken. Motorcycle
Ernest Kott, and wife, son and
daughter badly bruised. Street car
Alex Skiba, Burnside, dead. Erie
John Sebek and John Simon found
dead at 849 N. Kostner. Gas.
Jas. Nelson, Lake Forest, hit by
Cottage Grove car. Bruised.
Expect mayor to revoke license of
Fulton cafe, 448 N. Clark, recom
mended by Chief Healey.
Tony Macheski, 3316 Auburn av.,
accused of cheating. Shot dead by
Gus Schlewocki, 2939 Loomis, in f
tailor shop at 1048 Loomis st
Cupid, horse which draws Con
gressional Unionists about city to.
talk on votes for women, laid down
in street Force used to make him
get up. Suffragists cited him exam
ple of male politicians.
Robber suicided Avith own gun at
end of chase to prevent capture alive.
Detected by woman in grocery store.
Fritz Hoffman forced Sol Lesoff
and wife into basement of their drug
store at 556 E. 67th. Took $61. Cap
tured because he delayed to make
sales to customers.
Jennie Asher, 1503 W. 14th, fought
with pursesnatcher to save powder
rag and 75 cents.
Serg't Sid Sullivan arrested Carl
Wendt, 152 W. Chicago av., for try
ing to take woman's pocketbook, and
Ben Benson for interfering with ar
rest. David Carlson, 6526 Lowe av.,
found with bullet in heart and with
letter from girl who was facing dis
grace. Mrs. Magdalena Pietrzak trans
ferred ownership of bldg. at 8228
Coles av. to Mrs. Leo Kittkowski, her
niece, in return for use of rooms and
$16 a month till she died. Now nieee
is trying ttJ-evict her.
John Roehrig, 3009 S. Crawford,
went to police and state department
to .see if there wasn't law to make
neighbor fly American flag above Bo
Branch of mint here says new de
signs on dimes, quarters and halves
will be issued at July 1.
Empress theater, 6228 S. Halsted,
in darkness last night when wiree