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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 15, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:16; sunset, 4:44.
Reward of $50 fur capture of per
son who wrecked "spite fene" be
tween homes of A. J. Dunham and
C. A- Smith, Berwyn.
Jessie Hazen, 18, Ainsworth, -la.,
ran away from home. Caught here.
Ferdinand Van Berg, 850 N. Hoyne
av., arrested on charge of stealing
100 worth of premiums from for
mer employer, D. C. Lowenthal.
Wilbur Glenn Vojiva, Zion City,
prayed for Chief Schuettler jester
day. Geo. Macuma, 734 N. St. Louis
av., found dead. Gas. Police prob
Jos. Wegelson, Surnmitt, III., jump
ed in drainage canal in suicide at
tempt Water too cold. Jumped
out again. .
Jas. Scullem, returned to S. Chi
cago after absence of 50 years. Pen
niless and homeless. Sent to Bride
well for winter.
C. "W. Morris,N27, 2301 W. Adams,
stricken with what is believed to be
infant plague. May live.
Policp searching for Thos. Ma-,
honey, 20, 11226 Watt av., and Caro
line Backstorfer, 1G, 5115 Ellis av.,
believed to have eloped.
Angel Brasche, Spanish teacher,
4124 Kenmore av., arrested on the
charge of deserting wife and baby
two years ago. Insists police want
his brother, Angelino, and not him.
Goodrich Line steamer Indiana
went agrpund on submerged portion
of one-mile breakwater in outer har
bor. Capt. Carland's crew still fight
ing to pull it off.
ev. Wm. Holliday Main, pastor
First Baptist church, 31st sj. and S.
Park av., raised $15,000 in 30 min
utes yesterday to pay church ex
penses. - -
Jas. ' Downs, Indianapolis, ate,
drank and Slept at Hotel Sherman
for two days without money. Sanity
to be tested,
August Grunwald, 33, 1700 Barry,
av., arrested on charge of embez
zling from" Trier-Stanley Co. Police
blame cabarets. -Grunwald is mar
ried. Two young men, posing as weal
thy, caught robbing rdoms in Ply
mouth hotel, 4700 Broadway.
Three armed men got $105 from
Wm. Hardiman's drug store, 5701
Wentworth ftv. f ,
Five auto robbers got gold watch,
pearl stickpin and ?7 from A. J.
Smith, 5948 Kenmore av., and .$2
and overcoat from Edw. Goldsmith,
1040 McArthur av."
Four auto bandits got $17 and
watch from Louis Youngermah, 4941
W. Hurop. ,' t
Two negroes and white man got
$9 and gold wat5h from Geo.- S.
Brown, 420 Blue Island av.
Two auto bandits held up J. L.
Schlessinger's store, 1209 N. Clark.
Got $$2 and-gold watch fromPerry
Lipe, 818 Wilson av. and small
amount from clerk.
Geo. T. Buckingham, new counsel
for public utilities com'n, says his
law firm, Defrees, Buckingham &
Eaton, will in future refuse all public
utility corporation work.
Jos. Gaynor arrested on charge of
beating his 2-year-old daughter.
Eleven men arrested in raid on al
leged poker gameJn poolroom at 601
Six persons hurt by bomb explo
sion that damaged St. Louis' French '
Roman Catholic church, 11700 State.
Labor feud theory held by police.
Rev. W. E. Jones, pastor Lake
View Congregational church, resign
ed. Going to Texas.
Gus Cooksey, 42, 3617 Vernon av.,
negro, struck by auto driven by Her
bert Meyer, 19, 35.14 Indiana av., Dec.
Two smallpox cases reportfd in
Carl Boetcher, blind, 66, 2228,
I Barry av.. and, his. jaU Hans Thomp-
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