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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 07, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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Sunrise, 5:22: sunset, 6:22.
Two hundred policemen kept busy
holding crowd from Thompson head
quarters at 72 W. Randolph.
Delia Stewart, 4, 1520 W. 52d pi.,
killed by auto truck driven by Royle
Freer, 843 E. 43d. Freer held.
Mrs. Elizabeth Fitzgerald, 33, 641
Waveland av., suicide. Poison and
gas. Domestic troubles. Second at
tempt Andrew Donlan, 4727 Van Buren,
arrested for keeping saloon at 926 S.
Cicero av. open during election.
Albert Nunnelly, who police believ
ed kidnapped by wife, dropped di
vorce suit against spouse. Has been
in hiding.
John Milne, 262 W. 114th st.f shot
and caught after alleged holdup of
John W. Cameron, 2519 Wallace.
Timothy Flaherty. 3140 Fulton st,
and two companions hurt. Auto col
lided with cycle. Turned over.
H. P. Pearsons, Rep., elected mayor
of Evanston, 1,462 plurality.
Nicholas Nellis, sup't Monadnock
block, found dead in offices. Heart
Fourteen engineering "students of
Brooklyn Polytechnic institute in
city. To inspect S. Chicago steel
Stanley Pstiszock, 834 N. Marsh
field av., stabbed in arm during elec
tion fight near 1213 Milwaukee av.
Assailant escaped.
Arthur Lund, guard at Bridewell,
had skull fractured when speeding
auto hit car at 12th and Sacramento.
Frank Clore arrested in Detroit.
Wanted for alleged theft of $210 from
M. J. Spiegel Co. March 13.
Mrs. Nellie Keith, 65, 2201 W. Mon
roe, music teacher, dead. Collapsed
during election excitement in loop.
Joe Adams, claiming to be chief of
all gypsies, arrested for alleged ex
tortion plot.
Charles Elsworth, 74, arrested for
stealing pants of Wm. Roberts, em
ploye in garage at 1 63 N. Peoria.
Walter Lozotkowski, 18, 2249 Lis
ter av., thrown from cycle in colli
sion with auto at Southport av. and
Cornelia. Jaw broken.
John Goodspeed, 11, 1547 S. Fair
field av., hurt by auto driven by Ed
ward Ross, 2431 S. Michigan av. Ross
under arrest
Residents of Highland Park plan
injunction proceedings against au
thorities who intend to build home
for Lunardi, leper.
Mrs. Emil Hagelburg, 6116 Cottage
Grove av., taken to hospital. Threat
ened lives of children while crazed by
crave of drug.
Motorists Security Alliance to pre
sent 5,000 protests to'council against
law limiting auto standing in loop to
30 minutes.
Harry Gronfind, 1510 N. Talman
av., complained of loss of $35 to pick
pockets in election crowd.
Fred J. Wohl, 4127 W. 21st pi., ar
rested as counterfeiter. Charged with
changing $1 bills to $5.
Thomas Russum, University club,
suing Francis Keeler, Denver, for,
$75,000. Says he lured sponse.
Members of Illinois Mfrs. Ass'n met
at Hotel La Salle. Condemned state
legislation affecting business.
Eight horses and three cows burned
when fire destroyed barn of Brown
well Improvement Co., in Thornton
Lyman Glover, manager Majestic
theater, dead. Blood poison from
o o
Cleveland, O. A girl with raven'
tresses, who unagined she was Nep
tune's daughter, danced on the cold,
cold ground in Wade park at the edge
of the pond last night a la Eve and
sang "In My Bower by the Beautiful
Pontiac, III. Pontiac today voted
to oust nine saloons by majority of
850 votes.

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