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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 05, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:03; sunset, 4:19.
Dan Supet, 10818 Hoxie av. tried
"to make peace between Vugo Petri
cich and wife. Shot in arm.
Negro grabbed $40 diamond ring
and escaped from jewelry store of
C. L. Lande, 3512 S. State,
Edward O'Neill, 3522 S. Washte
naw av., lost $15.5Q to two robbers
at 35th and Rockwell. '
Serg'ts Chas. Cabel and Emil
Breltsman, Kensingtpn police station,
freed of extortion charge made by
Jos. Bousk, 464 N." Morgan, held to
grand jury for killing of Policeman
B. H. Frederick in dance hall fight.
Agnes Hulka, 1105 S. Sacramento
av., hurt when she went to rescue of
girl chum attacked by two escorts on
way home from dance. .
Ceo. Leimontas wants divorce.
Says his wife hit him with heavy
wooden roller.
Gov. Dunne to enter active practice
of law when he leaves Springfield
office next month.
Dave Kennedy says wife pulled his
hair, threatened to poison him and
refused to cook. Asked divorce.
Edwin Thacker, caught by wireless
in mid-ocean, on trial today for em
bezzlement from Cosden & Co., oil
dealers.
Estate of Cameron Willey, lumber
man, filed in probate court Amounts
to $950,000.
Isador Wexler and Chas. Weinberg,
145 S. Springfield av., arrested on
charge of auto, stealing. Weinberg
shot by policeman.
Anna Votaliano, 434 W. 56th st;
burned to death. Played with
.matches. Sister Martha, 4, also
burned.
Richard Anderson and Fred Wag
ner drank liquid in bottle they found
on Waukegan road. Anderson dead;
Wagner dying.
Andrew Brahm, 4619 N. Robey,
held for larceny and embezzlement
after he promoted a cemetery.
II Movimento, Italian newspaper at
2430 Wentworth av., made a. daily.
Six public schools with new movie
machines not allowed to operate
them until proper safeguards have v
been installed.
Judge Charles Greenwald and two
others shot by maniac, Michael In
nik, in Hammond court. Will recover.
Nineteen arrested in raid on'flat of
Geo. Graber, 6019 Harper av. freed.
Not playing poker.
Assets of the . Paisley banks esti
mated at $102,000.
State's Att'y Hoyne filed, suits
against 19 municipal court bondsmen
yesterday.
Chas. Sergei, city treasurer who
resigns to be head of the sanitary dis
trict, denies he had hooked up with
Thompson-Lundin.
Fred Mueller, St. Louis, indicted
yesterday for representing himself
as government sleuth.
C. E. Hume, Morris, III., lost $200
in loop alley. Police seeking two men.
Dr. Geo. Fosberg, '5213 Kimbark
av., arrested inxonnection with ille
gal operation on Pauline Hill, 1411 E.
53d, who died.
Dennie Flamburas, 839 W. Harri
son, took poison. Then he decided
he wanted to live. Doctors trying to
save life.
"Fanhy;" Irish setter which acted
in movies fpr Essanay Film Co., 1333 ,
Argyle av., killed in blaze at plant
yesterday.
HEARSVS LUREADS IN AGAIN
Willie Randolph Hearst had three
and one-half columns of ads in the
Chicago Examiner this morning as a
lure for the poor whom the loan
sharks are trying to get into their r
clutches. At the same time attorneys
for some of the victims wfyo have '
been trapped by the ' loan sharks
through the Hearst ads are investi
gating a report that a loan shark
trust is in control of all the business
in Chicago.
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