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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 01, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:17; sunset, 7:19.
Edw. Harhoefer, Walter Hanno
way and Ray Potter pleaded guilty to
having illegally colored oleomargar
ine. Sentence deferred.
Rock Island road on trial in Judge
Landis' court, charged with violating
Yesterday last day for filing per
sonal property schedules with board
of assessors without 50 per cent pen
alty. In 3 days it has been in existence,
"marrying court" has been scene of
Man who died after being shot 4
times by policeman and once by self
identified as Otto Paga, ex-convict
Mr. Ida A. Wilcox, 1214 Cornelia
av., hit by car. Arm, shoulder blade
and 3 ribs broken.
Michael Heitler, "Mike de Pike," on
trial, charge of violating Mann act
by transporting women to Gary.
tignt Nenosna Dusmess men sent
to jail for violating fishing laws. Will
be allowed to go anywhere in county
while serving sentences.
Eight jurors in box for labor con
spiracy trials after 38 days of court.
Att'ys say 3 more weeks needed to
Ohio society, 300 strong, put self
at command of Ohio convention
delegation as entertainers.
Body of baby girl found in drain
age canal, Central Park av.
Will Drake, 1716 W. Van Buren,
fined $100 for voting illegally.
Mrs. Maud Lave, 1418 E. 54th, bad
ly hurt when hit by runaway horse.
Ernest Edmund and wife held to
grand jury for arson when firemen
testified fire started in their grocery,
2604 E. 106th, in three places.
Sealed verdict returned against J.
C. Binnie, la., stock raiser, accused
of trying to bribe cattle inspector for
Mrs. Lena Thompson, 2522 Wash
ington blvd., fell while boarding
street car. Ankle fractured.
August Eberhardt found dead in
gasoline tank he was cleaning at
3915 N. Keystone. Believed over
come by fumes.
Judge Landis took Matters baby
away from Mrs. Anna Matters and
put it in Michael Reese hospital till
it can be decided whether Mrs. Mat
ters or Margaret Ryan is real mother.
Long dry spell coming Sunday
and election day come one day after
Jas. Tockey, 2356 Park av., dead.
Gas jets open.
Mrs. Pearl Kelly, 2600 S. State,
dead. Poison. Committed suicide,
says coroner's jury.
Edw. Felter, 8, 4954 Forrestville
av., severely hurt Hit by car.
Mrs. Peter Hanson, 834 Sedgwick,
escaped serious injury when dress
caught on door knob as Federal bldg.
elevator descended. Pulled off car
John and Wm. McGovern, keepers
of saloon and cabaret, 659 N. Clark,
on trial, charge of violating 1 a. m.
Mymen Menken. 1909 W. 13th.
street huckster, chased man who
snatched his purse with $8.50. When
he came back his wagon was stolen.
Capt Patrick Doyle, fire engine
No. 109, cut on nose and face when
runaway horse hit vestibule of street
Max Tarra, 1418 W. 14th pi., told
father he was going to kill self. Fa
ther phoned police who found lnokprl
doors and windows and gas on. Max
not yet dead.
Aid. Conrad Jahnke recognized
auto stolen from friend, M. M. Ma
lone, 330 N. Hamlin av., and drove it
home to Malone.
Max Prussak, 2008 Sheffield av.,
fined $10 for peeping in windows.
Wife's goqd nature prompted judge
to remand fine. "
Committee representing sanitary
district on way to Washington to try
to get congress to give permission