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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 13, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
9unrise, 6; sunset, 6:14.
MrsrKittie Russell, 878 Ernst ct.,
and Esther Cunningham, 615 N.
Dearborn, freed of charge of taking
$338 from Robt. Celmer, T48 E. Ohio.
He tried to identify them by perfume.
Wm. Martin, 411 Blackhawk, mis
sing. Wife and five children desti
tute. Mrs. Ida Munson, widow, 3344 Par
nell av., suicide. Gas. Ill health.
Austin W. Marrell, 2, 3982 Vernon
av., fell downstairs. Dead.
Hans Hanse, 1652 Augusta, fell
from streefcar Sept. 29. Dead.
Nelson Hockett, Chicago Heights,
shot and probably fatally wounded
wife and killed self. Out of work.
Raphael Verrachia, wealthy Italian
importer, Chicago Heights, suicide in
Montreal, Can. Hanged self. Ill
health. Left $20,000 to wife and
. four children. v
Leonard Farrell, chauffeur on P. 0.
auto truck, hurt in crash.
Buda Godman, alleged blackmail
lure in E. R. West case, waived exam
ination here and gave $10,000 bonds.
Cyrus Talbert, 5611 S. Maplewood
av., hurt when auto skidded and over
turned. , ,
John Thurn, 10, 2824 Bonfield,
struck by auto Wednesday, is dead.
Mrs. Ella Jansen, niece of late Wm.
H. Godair, sued estate trustees to
compel start of work on Godair Me
morial Old People's home.
Policeman Geo. E. Brown, struck
by auto May 24, found insane. Dun
ning. Adam Prochowski, under arrest,
says he has robbed home of 200 Chi
cagoans of loot aggregating $100,000.
Peter Ringman, 80, inmate of the
Swedish Covenant Home for Aged,
missing.
Four Chicagoans held as members
of gang that raided several fish
houses near Hammond.
Burr Oak inn called menace by
coroner's jury in death of "Leggie"
O'Day, killed at inn in gun duel
Wife of Wm. G. Logan, who sur
rendered after embezzling $i,&uu
from Bowman Dairy Co., Svhich he
spent on women and cabarets, has
forgiven him.
Twenty-one saloonkeepers to whom
were transferred revoked licenses
must pay for time they operated sa
loons before Oct 1.
Samuel B. Wringer, att'y, accused
by Alma Kruger of getting her mo-
ney by telling her he was going to
make movie star of her.
Geo. Jones, 519 N. Robey, fined
$200 and costs by Judge Mahoney for
flirting with Marie Stewart, 18, 3537
Cottagd Grove av.
Alexander White, Chicagoan, ar
rested in N. Y. on charge of failing
to account for two $1,000 bonds of
Elizabeth Kruder, 4454 Dover.
Man giving name of Adrian Mayer,
19, 5006 Drexel blvd., arrested iii .The
Hub on charge of trying to pass bad
check.
$140 in cash and $75 in checks
taken from Consumers' Co., North
Side branch, 7476 Rogers av., by 2
masked men.
Three-year-old daughter of Oscar
MJllman, 4718 S. Michigan, stricken
with infant plague.
Dr. John P. Brushingham married
to Clara E. Williamson. Mayor
Thompson best -man. Brushingham
forgot license until last minute.
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THEY WANT TO MAKE IT EASY
FOR BAD BOYS TO BE GOOD
The Chicago and Cook County
School for Boys was dedicated yes
terday. It fills the place of the aged
John Worthy school and then
some.
Pretty hedges will surround tfi
school, not grim stone walls. Good
clean bedrooms and schoolrooms
have been installed in the plafce -of
cells; and there is acre after acre of
playground forathletics.
They are goingto make it easy for
the bad boy to be good.
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