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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY (
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:27.
Hong Quong, 352 S. State, shut
doors, and windows, then turned on
gas. May recover.
Judge Kearns dismissed disorderly
conduct charges against 43teen po
lice thought were gambling.
Ceo. 0. McDowell and Tony Altier
thrown to street when horse they
were driving ran away. McDowell's
Englewood Law and Order league
last night celebrated 27th anniver
sary with banquet.
Unidentified man, about 45, fell
unconscious upon entering saloon,
1834 S. State. Hospital doctors can't
find out what is matter with him.
Two boys with revolver started to
hold up Mrs. J. Leaden in her store,
623 W. 26th. She screamed. Boys
Regina Kowalski, 7, 2934 N. See
ley, showed judge arm which she
said father broke while beating her.
Father sent to Bridewell.
Adolph Horn, 1130 Belmont av.,
thought revolver was unloaded. Bul
let went through hand.
Detectives found 2 suitcases full
of jewelry, skeleton keys and "jim
mies" in Emil Wilk's room, 531 Wells.
Locked him up.
C. W. Waechter, 644 Oakdale av.,
found unconscious on street Had
been stricken with paralysis.
A. G. McMahon, Hammond, run
over by engine, Burlington yards.
Gustave Wait, 60, 2643 S. Komen
sky av., dead. Burlington engine.
Sam'l Capueuto, 14, 1137 W. 13th,
dead. Blood poisoning caused by
injury to leg.
H. J. Renn, 4700 Broadway, grant
ed divorce from wife, who he said
thought more of stage than of mar
, Felix Losier, wanted for shooting
Wm. Jones while holding up Mary
Gunkel's saloon, 1759 W. 12th, hang
ed self in DeKalb jail cell
Alta Finkelstein, 1404 S. Halsted,
was leaving morals court, after being
discharged on serious charge when
wife caused arrest, charging aband
onment Grace Lytle, supposed to have been
in auto party from which Herman
Malow, Oak Park policeman was
killed, failed to identify six suspects
police had arrested.
Edw. Schute, undertaker, 328 W.
Chicago av., and son, Edwin, chased
auto thief in their hearse, firing re
volver at thief until he left stolen car
Burglars robbed apartment of Mrs.
H. B. Collins, 116 Walton pi., month
ago. Mrs. Collins boasted they had
not found her secret jewel box. Re
turned last night and' got it, with
Dr. John B. Murphy made knight
of St Gregory by pope. This is the
highest honor Catholic church con
fers on laymen.
Some local lawyers boosting Levy
Mayer for vacancy in U. S. supreme
court made by resignation of Jus
tice Chas. Hughes.
Health Comm'r J. D. Robertson
used city autos over Sunday once or
twice, J. H. Rodemacher, former mu
nicipal tuberculosis sanitarium
chauffeur testified at "civil service
Wyle D. -Austin, clerk, and Cora
Pagel, telephone girl, LaSalle hotel,
eloped to Crown Point and were wed.
Position of official "marrying
judge," shifted from Judge Baldwin
to Judge H. R. Dial, 226 County bldg.
Restaurant licenses of King Lo, 746
E. 63d, and Fugar Nip, 421 E. 63d, re
voked for violating law prohibiting
liquor serving restaurants to serve
even food after 1 a. m.
Edw. Duffy, 18, 3745 Indiana av.,
sentenced to year at Pontiac reform
atory for burglary.
Sec'y of Navy'Josephus Daniels due
in Chicago tomorrow. Will inspect
Great Lakes naval training station.