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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:28.
Try to identify man found mur
aered m ireignt car. .police say
lulled m Indiana.
Cecil Flagel, 22, arrested.-. Visited
house of girl, 14; has been told to
Chas. Jackson, 5835 Prairie av.,
filed suit for $25,000. Says Dr. Jacob
Shapinsky, 572 W. 12th, advised wife
to leave him.
Aid. Littler heading aldermen to
visit Calumet lake and rive; investi
gate ordinance before them.
J. D. Yartin, 7026 South Chicago
av., dropped dead on 69th st car.
Edward Williams held to grand
jury as robber who entered drug
store of D. A. Snyder, 5301 Indiana.
Mrs- Ida Palmer and E. P. Mc
Querry arrested at 2523 Lincoln av.
on complaint of her husband.
Jas. White, 1125 Fullerton av., fell
down stairs. Dead.
Mrs. Edward Ramsey, 10019 Bev
erly av., has cherry trees; husband
Grammar school commencement
held tonight in Desplaines. Largest
class in school history.
Judge Barrett went to hospital to
get statement from Dr. Jos. Spring
er, coroner's physician, in murder
Roy Stevens, chauffeur for Frank
Baacke, took car for joy ride. Find
Former Judge E. Hanecy sued by
woman hurt when his auto hit wagon
in which she rode.
Mary Tridel, 1867 N. Leavitt, blam
ed cabarets for ruin. Also named
Fred Emms, Berwyn, who was fined
Mrs. R. D. Shibley, 4341 Prairie
av., tried suicide. Gas. Revived. '
Three women hurt when Geo. Kla-
ner's ambulance crashed with Yellow
Body of Guiseppi Carpano, 1004
Lytle st., found in Blue Island. Head
srushed. Police blame robbers.
Woman dressed in black crushed
by auto of Fred Meyer, 1006 N. Cen
tral Park av. Police unable to iden
Mrs. Dora Miller, 104 S. Hamlin
av., fined $100 after fight with neigh
bor because hair blew in her win
dow. Corporation Counsel Ettleson up
held C. C. Healy in appointment of
new morals inspectors.
Jerry Hallisy, owner flats at 3841
W. End av., asked courts to help him
fight janitors' union.
John Jones, negro, arrested for
contributing to delinquency of white
girl. Both from Elkhart, Ind.
Municipal Judge Jos. Sab at h re
commended for job on superior court
Dozens of I. N. G. men. called to
colors, marry girls "they leave be
has squirrels. Police called to arbi
trate. Policeman Patrick Meehan, 2422
Ballou st, fell down stairs June 16.
Andrew Sutowski, 1646 W. 1th,
held to grand jury. Stagged Frank
Wojic in fight over girl.
Mrs. Anna Henry, 2142 W. Ohio,
fined $40 for beating stepdaughter
with razor strop.
Earl LS Fountaine and Mrs. E. H.
Geisel held to grand jury as robbers
who entered home of E. H. Rey
Frank Winslow, 160 Diversey blvd.,
arrested in quarrel with C. A. Du-
pont, Hastings, Fla., over $500.
Partisan politics in picking Judi
cial candidates rapped by Att'y John
Zane at Bar ass'n banquet
A novelty in pistols has been per
fected for use by the U. S. signal
corps for communicating at night
Cartridges firing spurts of flame of-
various hues -are used, the color of
the flame carrying a definite mes