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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 27, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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Sunrise, 4:19; sunset, 7:14.
Randolph McCormack, 6224 Prai
rie av., locked out parents when they
went to theater. Fire department let
them in.
Anna Johnson found with bullet
hole in temple in home of Dr. Ella
Shaver, 1120 Sedgwick. Police prob
ing. Elizabeth Linn, Edgebrook, struck
by auto' at State and Washington.
Foot crushed.
Friends of Judge Scully and wife
hear they are improving in Milwau
kee sanitarium.
Auto knocked down and bruised
Raymond Worth, 6845 S. Loomis, at
1002 S. State.
Eighteen social workers and heads
of civic organizations tp meet in de
partment of public welfare to discuss
Vandal with scissors mutilated silk
hosiery and underwear on washline
at Edwin Day's residence in High
land Park. $300.
Mrs. Rowe, public welfare head,
wants city to issue cards that unem
ployed men may ride free while look
ing for work.
Joseph Goldberg, West Side levee
saloonkeeper, held for trial in Mil
waukee for violation of Mann act
Edwin Day appointed as receiver of
Hunter W. Finch & Co., coal dealers,
following bankruptcy petition.
Package of rings and postage
stamps found behind dhair. in May
flower hotel, 443 S. Clark. Police
Three women and four men arrest
ed as test cases for violating lottery
laws granted continuances in court
After hearing petty charges in
boys' court Judge Dolan said police
must have been cranky Tuesday. 7
boys discharged.
Case of Wm. H. Emmanuel con
tinued in domestic relations court.
Accused by his cousin Garnetta
Hagan, 3721 Dearborn, of serious
Jury selected before Judge Pome
roy to try $15,000 suit brought by
Mary Bradley against George Ward,
beauty doctor, whom she says failed
in task.
Dr. David Appelbaum, 36 W. Ran
dolph, arrested for practicing without
a license. Unable to tell toothache
from neuralgia. Case under advise
ment Judge Wells granted continuance
to Rudolph Mulac, son of alderman,
who made improper remark to wom
an outside of morals court
Henry Buechele, 1910 Calumet av.
cab driver, fell from box. Fractured
skull. Dead.
R. M. Bardach, 1145 W. 63d, asked
police to look for daughter. Disap
peared Tuesday.
Henry Clifford, saloonkeeper, 6225
S. Halsted, arrested for running a
baseball pool
Joseph Lieberz, owner of restaur
ant, 2422 W. 35th, arrested on serious
charge made by dishwasher, Pauline
Hordeska, 1349 W. Erie.
Att'y Sippel filed affidavit in forc
ible retainer to compel Jas. O'Leary,
saloonkeeper, to show why he should
not be evicted from Luna park.
Joseph Burdell's saloon, 2217 Cot
tage Grove av., held up by 3 men.
$100 in cash and jewelry.
Judge Heap gave Mrs. Tina John
son, mother of Jack Johnson, pugi
list, until Monday to produce Jas. Ba
gious, for whom she signed bond for
Stephan Spanos, 1941 Wabash av.,
fined $50 for living with women not
f his wife.
Motorcycle Cop Wentlaff captured
"speeder" after chase from California
to Milwaukee avs. on Logan blvd.
"Speeder" was horse.
Federal Judge Carpenter revoked
naturalization papers of Peter Pallu
lis, 1749 S. Halsted. Obtained them
on false affidavits.
Att'y for Julia Price filed declara
tion of $10,000 breach of promise

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