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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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MEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:38; sunset, 7:14.
Miss Sadie Whitehead, 1520 Wells,
domestic, suicide; gas.
Jos. Baum, 852 W. Randolph,
robbed of $15 and watch.
Northwestern Trust & Savings
4 bank gave 10th anniversary dinner
and dance. J. F. Smulski, pres., giv
en anniversary present.
Nude body of man found in drain
age canal, Willow Springs.
Cracksmen blew two safes at Fox
Lake, then escaped in Mayor Harry
Maypole's horse and buggy.
Final battle between Mrs. Anna
Matters and Margaret Ryan for pos
session of "Baby Irene," whom each
claims is her child, begun in Judge
Landis' court
Dr. A. L. Blunt, 9 W. Harrison, ar
rested tenth time on charge of sell
ing narcotics.
Jerome Eratchzal, machinist, com
mitted suicide, razor, horne of sister,
Mrs. Anna Sindel, 2431 S. Lawndale.
Frank Zorich, 13611 Brainard av.t
stabbed three times after quarrel
with Geo. "Ratzovich, 13500 Balti
more av. St Marcus hospital.
Frank Sittle, engineer, Gary, mar
ried five weeks ago, fatally burned by
lead, U. S. Steel Co.'s plant, Gary.
Wm. Denslinger fined $200 when
mother of Ruby Downey, 17, 9002
Cottage Grove av., laid charge that
he was married before he eloped with
her daughter.
Fred Rohde, pres. Cook County Li
quor Dealers' Protective ass'n, who
recently testified 95 per cent of sa
loons violated Sunday closing order,
called before civil service commish.
Three dead, result of falls: David
Van Vranken, 200 S. Peoria; John
Oranza, 3723 Emerald av.; Mrs.
Catherine Bates, Riverside.
Man who suffered paralytic stroke,
Muskegon, Mich., believed to be Wm.
Noble, Chicago.
Policeman Wm. Einstad exonerat
ed by coroner's jury for killing John
M.cGuire, who had gun. in. band,
Geo. E. Ford, commission mer
chant, 27 W. South Water, given
preliminary hearing on charge of or
dering fruit from growers, then re
fusing to pay. Federal case.
Anna Callebert, who attempted
suicide shortly before arrest, held to
grand jury, charge of robbing home
Mrs. Augusta Hermann, 3905 N.
Francisco av.
Robber got $3,500 in jewels and
$50 cash, home Mrs. Van Schaik
Rollo, 4733 Ingelside av. Seventh
robbery in this block in nine months.
Miss Pearl Givan, Constantino,
Ky., came here Tuesday to meet
hubby-to-be, secured through matri
monial paper. He thought they were
to meet Wednesday. Police located
him. Wedded.
Police get stolen auto after four
mile chase; arrest Fred Ewart, 15,
and Warren Nehrs, 17.
Nicholas Calaldo, Italian musician,
probably fatally wounded by gun
shot after leaving home of fiancee,
Miss Emily Carmello, 7016 S. Her
mitage av. Believed work of rival.
Det Serg't G. A. Teeling, 7644
Lowe, sneaked down stairs with gun
and caution. Thought burglars were
on front porch. Were lovers.
Auto of H. R. Gibbons, 5492 Sher
idan rd., destroyed by fire when it
left road near Racine.
Patrick McGovern, who quit police
force several years ago when 'he in
herited money, broke. Sent to the
workhouse, 15 days, because couldn't
pay $5 fine.
Joy riders "borrowed" costly new
car of E. J. Warner of Sprague,
Warner & Co., and practically wreck
ed it and car of Dr. A. M. Unger, Re
liance bldg.
Harry Johnston, 4643 Prairie 'av.,
who enlisted in Canadian battalion,
wounded in battle of Somme.
Unidentified man leaped from
Kinzie st bridge. Drowned.
So far mayor'3 postcard vote i
neighbors, of Edelweiss gardens is
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