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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 12, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 11

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Star, 1415 Fulferton Av.
Star Attractions.
States, 3509 S. State
Star Features.
Washington, 3440 S. State
Star Features.
Wiley's, 2153 Lincoln Av.
"Tillie's Punctured Romance."
Winchester, 1936 W. Chicago Av.
"The Stool Pigeon."
White Rose, 1420 S. Crawford
"The Escape."
Yale, Mayw'd, 5th Av. and Madison
"Between The Two of Them."
Sunrise, 4:32; sunset, 7.
Five alleged blind pigs in Desplaines
and Riverside raided by sheriff. Eight
men and two women arrested.
Negro in Washington park robbed
Frank Hisgen, 237 W. 43d, of $45.
Mrs. Josephine Blaha, 3114 Spauld
ing av., died from natural causes, ac
cording to coroner. Patent medicine
was blamed.
Edna Fessler, 2441 Wentworth av.,
arrested. Accused of drawing gun
on Chester Kowalski, 361 S. Paulina.
. Rob't Craig, 60, 6347 S. Peoria st.,
shot when he interrupted thieves
breaking into freight cars at 47th and
Emil Kahan raised 15-cent money
order to 95 cents. Sentenced to two
years in Leavenworth.
Appellate court reversed and re
manded for new trial suit in which
Julia Murray, domestic, obtained
$1,500 verdict from Chas. Warner for
false arrest.
Chas. Bortell acquitted in U. S.
court on charge of concealing assets
in bankruptcy.
Donald Denton, artist, 4540 Hazel
av., arrested for tearing out pictures
from public library books.
Circuit Judge Baldwin issues final
decree making permanent injunction
against waitresses' union from pick
eting. Dominick Francisco, employe Pneu
matic Tube Co., stockyard, sent to
prison for two years. Opened mail.
Store of B. Franzen, 6400 Rhodes
av., robbed by two armed men. $30
Town Hall police hurrying to 3837
Jansen st. in answer to murder call
found only wedding. Seeking "joker."
Joseph Barnski, 4707 Honore st,
and Romain Cholewski, 1001 W. 47th
st, bitten by dog. Under Pasteur
Lawrence Crowley, 9 mo., 4212
Evans av., fell ten feet to death from
rear porch of home.
Forest Moore, 253 Artesian av., and
John Graham, companion, fined $25
and costs. Arrested while racing on.
Four foreigners arrested for ped
dling lemonade without license.
Explosion and fire in a paint store
nearly trapped Mrs. E. G., Carlstrom,
158 W. Division, proprietor.
Gustave Chouisoulis, clerk in gro
cery of Chris Vekiaris, 507 N. Dear
born st, disappeared with $70 of col
lections. Jos. Sconsonis and brother Michael,
barbers, 1552 Wells st, fined $200
when Esther Carlson told judge she
was held in room over shop.
Coroner's jury asked police to seek
Dennis Racino, W. Hammond, in
death of Fred Koch, farmer, and
hired man, Dynes Koryway, shot
April 25.
Mrs. Viola P. Gillette, 4740 Grand
blvd., actress, granted divorce. De
sertion charged.
P. J. Fitzpatrick, 70, 6249 Cottage
Grove av., found dead in a gas-filled,
room. Accidental.
Well-dressed robbed frightened by
screams of Edith Herzfeld when he
gained entrance to home at 1148 N
Kedzie av.
Mrs. Julia Scanlon, 4121 W. Madi-j
son st, suicide. Gas. Lonely. Hus
band a traveling salesman. j
John Arnold, arrested as suspect
while looking in window of homevof
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