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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:27.
Jos. B. Davis, judge-elect of supe
rior court, sworn in by Chief Justice
McDonald and started hearing law
cases.
Thirty-eight more men enlisted
for Ft. Benj. Harrison military train
ing camp, bringing total to 871.
Swift & Co. sending ten employes.
Closing arguments in Wine of Car
dui suit begun. Trial has lasted
three months.
H. E. Hall, 948 N. La Salle, quar
termaster sergeant Troop B, First
Cavalry, I. N. G., booked on three
charges of robbery after identifica
tion by three druggists.
H. T. Hendricksen, insurance
broker, 108 S. La Salle, again ar
rested on complaint of Miss Bertha
Jennette, 4358 Broadway, who says
he tore rings off her hands and beat
her in a taxi.
Health Com'r Robertson warns
residents between 43d and 91st sts.,
from city limits to lake, to boil water
until structural operations on 68th
street pumping station are finished.
Boy of 7, run down several days
ago by autoist who did not stop, iden
tified in Michael Reese hospital as
Jas. Newell, son of Mrs. Mary Newell,
3926 Langley av.
Body taken from Calumet river
identified as Andrew Nelson, 11333
Forrestville av.
E. J. Duffy, 18, confessed robbery
of $900 worth of things from homes
of Arthur Hatch, Jos. Finn, H. E.
Walker and E. N. Schuettler.
Jas. Blair, 6241 Laflin, deaf, dumb
and feeble-minded, missing since
Monday.
Phil Hatten, Harvey, arrested for
washing feet in flooded street gutter
in Hammond, ind.
New suits for $1,700,000 filed by
relatives of Eastland victims. City
made defendant among others.
Judge Walker in circuit court
scored lawyers for delay in trial of
Erbstein and O'Donnell cases.
Stanley Crabarski shot at Roman"
Ontrzynicz, 1161 Milwaukee av.,
chum who married his old sweet
heart Slight scalp wound. Grabar
ski arrested.
William Tower, Univ. of Chicago
professor, sued by wife. Says he Is
interested in another woman.
Board of subway engineers ten
dered report to council yesterday.
Working hard, they say.
Fayette Smith, 55, of Salina, Kas.,
got diploma from Northwestern univ.
Life's ambition fulfilled.
Edmund James, head of Univ. of
Illinoic, considering job as candidate
gor governor on Republican ticket
Gov. Dunne and family to live at
Fort Sheridan during summer while
I. N. G. camps there.
Mayor Thompson invited all Re
publican politicians to "get-together"
meeting in Coliseum, June 22.
Mrs. Fannie Swachkevich, 1917
Evergreen av., routed burglar with
pair of scissors. Robber got noth
ing. Burglar who nearly scared Mrs.
Angelica Condas of 6005 Wentworth
av. to death got $15. .
New $300,000 addition to Mercy
hospital at 26th and Calumet av. to
be opened today.
Willard Savage arrested in Au
burn, Ind, as one of "auto theft
trust" operating in Chicago.
Ex-Pres. Harris of Northwestern
univ. denied friction caused his re
signation from post
John Koestner, convicted as the
slayer of mother-in-law, Mrs. Bar
bara Zoiss, in 8-hour trial.
Suit for $50,000 filed against Mrs.
Warren Springer, real estate oper
ator, by Cornelius Murphy. Details
unrevealed.
Malpractice charge against Dr.
Pratt got $1,500 for Mrs. Lulu John
ston, in .court yesterday.
Mrs. Wm. E. Gosch, 2617 S. Park
av., accused by husband of being in
timate with Indian, Chief Clear Sky.

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