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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 12, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:25.
Dynamite explosion damaged the
office of Hobson & Cavis, paving con
cern of Gary, Ind. Reason un
known. Six hurt when street car hit tally
ho carrying picnic crowd at Craw
ford and Diversey avs. All will re
cover. Fred Hallman, 1922 Bernice av.,
lost $445 to pickpocket while taking
walk with wife.
Sen. A. C. Clark, 7137 Euclid av.,
found 3 skunk sacs in his summer
home at Waukesha, Wis., when he
opened it. Seeking jokester.
Wm. Wreschemsky, 4110 Tell pi.,
seriously hurt when auto hit cat Six
Over $100,000 in tips were given
by convention visitors in hotels, it is
Frank Nickols, 2744 Shields av.,
fell in lake. Drowned.
John Smith, 1241 W. 47th, beaten
and robbed by 3 men.
Mrs. Agnes M. Tobias, 3132 Mich
igan av., suicide. Gas.
One stabbed and one shot in Lin
coln st. gang clash.
Jennie Zablinien, 1453 E. 63d,
dead. Police think illegal operation.
Thos. Grostrich, 2616 Magnolia
av., held up. $12.
Jerry Sullivan hit by Madison st
car at Jefferson. May die.
Body of Jos. Stilhal, 8, found in
canal. Drowned June 3.
Hyde McCormick, 4631 N. Paulina,
overcome by gas. Accident Get
False fire alarms led to arrest of
Harry Hammerschlag, former fire
man. Refused to talk.
Three youths confessed to 3 hold
ups in Blue Island. Wanted money
Tascott, original "coonshouter,"
down and out. Selling gum on the
streets. Wife and 8 children.
Patrick McKiernan, 5526 Harper
av., jumped in lake. Suicide.
$3,000 asked for benefit of tuber
cular stockyards children.
Elmer Schlueter, 18, 4208 N. St
Louis, confessed to shooting Gott
lieb Dupper, shopkeeyer, 4523 N. St
Louis, during holdup.
Snakes bothering "dry" Evanston
ians. Seen on Main st.
Police raided flat at 1656 Barry av.
Arrested 2 men for selling drinks on
Jerry Berjcha, 2404 S. Springfield,
drowned, and brother, Frank, res
cued when canoe upset in Des
John Delaney, movie employe, shot
and wounded by 2 men near theater
at 414 W. Chicago av., is dead.
"Roger Sullivan for vice presi
dent" rooters to leave tomorrow for
Democratic convention at St Louis.
Funeral of late Judge Richard E.
Burke held today. Hundreds at
Highland Park to end four-day
campaign to raise funds for new hos
pital in dinner and mass meet to
night Four arrested after Policeman
John Moran was hit by brick in riot
of 400 striking track laborers.
ACCIDENTS THE TRUST PRESS
FAILED TO PRINT
Here are a few accidents which
occurred in the loop district last
week which the trust press failed to
Five American Express wagons,
driven by non-union men, damaged
autos in the loop.
Delia Cohn, 737 S. Leavitt, a ste
nographer, was knocked down and
bruised by a Daily News wagon at
Clark and Lake sts., Saturday after
noon. A man, believed to have been Jas.
Whitely, slipped and fell down stair
way of Boston Oyster House, which
is under Hotel Morrison at Clark and