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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:24.
John Griflock, on way from Wyo.
to Pittsburgh to work, cut throat in
Union station. County hospital.
Movies of the convention, crowds
taken last night
Friend of Aid. John Bauler pre
sented him with $500 diamond stud
John and Chas. Czarnecki, 17 and
19, pleaded guilty to manslaughter.
One year to life. Killed John Kos
mala, 2327 W. 12th.
"Dr. Corey Miller" pleaded guilty
to shoplifting. Bridewell 10 months.
Justice Boyer, Evanston, in fining
Will Woodley, 5300 Greenwood av.,
$5 for speeding, said it wasn't social
disgrace. Father didn't want son's
Frank Fark, 6923 S. Ashland, ar
rested for theft of $187 from East
Columbus, O., factory 9 years ago.
Says he loaned it to friend who didn't
Suffragets compiling cook book.
Probably sell it for "cause."
Joe Brummell, Cicero, went on a
fishing trip. August Glamman, cigar
man, discovered $5,000 shortage, i
Maurice James, "handsomest man
at Northwestern "U," to wed Hazel
Robbins, voted the "class peach."
Another contradiction in $100,000
libel suit of Wine of Cardui Man.
against Am. Medical Ass'n. Doctor
says injection of it didn't kill guinea
pigs, as first testified.
G. A. Ranney, sec'y Int Harvester
Co., denied rumor company was
going to ask injunction against strik
ers. Joseph Connery, county recorder,
booming Torrens system of land
titles in competition with Title &
Morals Court Judge Uhlir placed
107 on probation last month. Sixty
six made good. Discharged. One
was fined; one confined for feeble
mindedness. Others continued.
"Mike de Pike" Heitler got a year
for violation of Mann act
E. H. Johnson, trustee bankrupt
estate of Jessie Beck, wants W. G.
Watkins and C. S. Eyerett to return
property they got from her.
Rain blew out lantern on wagon of
Will Owsley, negro, arrested. Told
court he couldn't appear yesterday C
because clothes were getting dry.
Rob't Yonkey, Mokena, III., held to
grand jury for murder of Nicholas
Carlson, who accused him of making
love to wife. Claims self-defense.
Judge Newcomer to probe charge
of shakedown against Detectives Ot
tinger and Daly, who, Fayette Smith
says, offered to change serious
charge against him to lesser one.
Bellhops at Congress prevented
from paging Teddy Roosevelt, Jr.,
for fear of starting riot
Weather man promised no rain to
days. Threats by delegates and the
mayor's entertainment committee
believed to have brought results.
Fire dep't stopped movies in Audi
torium hotel showing Roosevelt
Hotel La Salle has now way of
clearing out corridors. Sprinkles
ammonia on edge of arguing groups.
Negro branch of Oddfellows at
3335 S. State endorsed T. R.
Will Thomas, 5135 Calumet, fined
$50 for inviting girl to have drink.
Man announced in Pompeiian room
that Roosevelt was nominated at the
Coliseum. Cheered. Then said it
was mistake. Mobbed.
Rose-colored raincoats becoming
popular, especially with politicians'
Engineers and draftsmen in much 0
demand. Entire engineering forces
being recruited her.
Death last night took third child
of Rabbi Ephriam Epstein in three
years. First, Chas., 3, killed by an
auto, Rachael was burned to death
and David died of child's complaint