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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 23, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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Sunrise, 4:57; sunset, 6:40.
August Einfeldt, retiring pres. of
village of Oak Park presented with
gold watch on inauguration of suc
cessor. Held job 10 years.
Body of man believed to be Joseph
Hopfer, who was drowned when auto
truck ran into river Feb. 19, taken
from canal at Summit.
Theodore Chidster, 1102 Wells,
broke spine and right leg when he fell
3 stories in air shaft.
George Foell exonerated by cor
oner's jury in death of James Crow
ell, struck by his auto on March 12.
Edward Westby got drunk with 50
cents judge gave him when he played
violin in court to prove it was his.
May given another court recital to
day. Verdict of accidental drowning re
turned over body of Harry Graylick,
whose body was found in river at
State st.
26 men arrested by Desplaines st
police in clean-up of Madison st. "'
Einer Sorenson, 1012 N. Karlov av
set fire to peddler's balloons while
lighting cigar. Refused to pay dam
ages. Fined $2 by judge.
Dr. Adam Szwajkart, former mem
ber state board of health, took up
duties as head of county psychopath
ic hospital
Between 400 and 500 "bubbly"
fountains to be built over city. In
crease of 30 per cent.
Pearl Silverman suing Dr. A. Fah
nestock for $2,000. Pulled wrong
tooth, she says.
Samuel Shields of Denver, indicted
with Farson Bros, for Colorado irri
gation failure, to give self up April 30.
Death of Anna Teichner, 5819 W.
Ohio, released Isadore Goldman, 1445
Campbell av., from bigamy charge.
Mrs. Susan Paradec, 83, seeking in
junction to prevent son George from
managing estate.
Coroner's jury decided death of
James Gannon, 218 EL 16th st., was
accident. Fell from Sd-story window.
"Death by nitrous-oxide gas" ver
dict by coroner's jury in death of Al
Russell, 3541 Michigan av., who died
during operation.
John W. Shera lost legal suit for
$675 salary from school board when
Judge McGoorty called discharge jus
tified. Hearing on charges of 15-year-old
mother against Solomon Foreman,
72, 621 W. 14th st, continued until
April 30.
Clarence L. Pile obtained custody
of 3-year-old son, Francis, from
grandmother, Mrs. Mary Garafond,
by writ of habeas corpus.
Mrs. Emma Simonetti, 9010 The
Strand, South Chicago, fined $100 for
selling liquor without license.
Max Newman, 17, who ran away
from Philadelphia to become horse
back rider, arrested while trying to
Meyer Levi complained to County
Clerk Sweitzer that Central Terminal
'Railroad Co. built warehouse over lot
owned by him.
Two lieutenants, fifteen sergeants
and five patrolmen transferred by
order of Chief Gleason.
New indictments against Cap't
Halpin, former chief of detectives,
and two others will be returned to
day, rumor.
Body of Joseph Hoeffer, 2927
Throop st, caught in net of Summit,
HI., undertaker. Drowned when
auto plunged into river.
L. M. Faulkner, errested as "con"
man. Organizing company to sell
non-refillable bottles.
Helen Merrick, 18, 4645 St. Law
rence av., and Russell Potts, 20, 6529
Kimbark av., eloped. Caught after
auto chase in Hammond. '
Story of Mary Malloy, 18, to Stock
yards police, that she made up alibi,
may cause murder charge against
Vernon Brown and Louis Kaspar, ftn
plicated in death of Henry Goertner.
About 200 students of Northwest-,
era Dental College suspended be-
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