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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 01, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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29 men took test for nurses, Juve
nile Detention home.
State's attorney unable to get for
mer Chief of Detectives J. J. Halpin
to trial because judges are away on
H. B. Spellman, starter Hotel Sher
man, stepped in front of car of First
Deputy Schuettler. Foot broken.
Schuettler not in car.
Harry Watson, 3747 Calumet av.,
identified Arthur Lambercier, Elgin,
as "inspector" who examined his
$600 roll and slipped off $300.
Edw. Ringer, 5624 Kimbark av.,
found dead on street
Fire attorney investigating $300
fire Edw. Adelman's shoe store, 2246
W. North av.
Frank Carmody, 2021 Seminary
av., and Harry Richardson, 1153
Webster av., held to grand jury in
connection with death of Wm. Ruff,
3427 Lincoln av.
Jos. Slavik, 1903 W. Taylor, fell for
old con game. $100.
Nels Anderson, 71, 1236 Sedgwick,
dropped dead. Heart disease.
County board discussed plans to
open new school for delinquent boys
at Gage Park in place of John Wor
thy school at Bridewell.
Number of unredeemed pledges
small, says First State Pawners' so
ciety. Mysterious circumstances sur
rounding death of J. M. Johnston, St.
Charles, at Majestic hotel. Police in
quiry on.
Walter Reemer, Chicago Heights
policeman, accuses J. M. Hall, paint
er whom he befriended, of running
off with wife and child.
E. E. Granger, freed of charge of
failure to pay judgment, tried to kiss
Judge Williams.
Helen Gunderson, cook, arrested
for taking crepe from door 7528 S.
Chicago av.-, to wear.
Jewish lawyers met to formulate
plans for alleviation of condition of
Jowjsh people throughout world.
Mrs. Mary Kane, 25, 953 W. 119th,
died of illegal operation performed on
helf, according to testimony "at in
quest. Sam'l Insult's herd of 90 brown
Swiss cattle, said to be finest in the
country, attacked by hoof and mouth
disease. May be able to save them.
Frederick McLaughlin, north shore
society man, would like to be Joliet
pen warden.
Wm. Jennings Bryan, headliner"
last night at Chicago's first tent
Chautauqua, pictured peril which
would exist if jingoist were in White
Andrew Baumgartner, Riverside
police judge, missing.
J. H. Garrett, circus promoter, al
leged to have made $250,000 in last
few years by confidence games, fac
ing state indictment on con charge.
uov. uunne, wm. Jennings Bryan
and perhaps Mayor Thompson will
speak at unveiling of Gov. Altgeld
monument, Lincoln park, Labor day.
State will accept monument
Pros. Coffin, civil service board, de
nies standing list for patrolmen will
be canceled, as list for captaincys
Judge J. J. Rooney's stolen auto
used in daylight holdup of Bauer &
Black Mfg. Co., 45 E. 25th. Got $50.
John Schwinn, 52, who took Mar
garet Eadie, 6, 3344 Wilson av., and
Beatrice Creer, 6, 3238 Wilson, into
shadow under "L," beaten by mob
at Lawrence av. near Broadway.
Rescued by police.
Michael L. Igoe. J. H. Lally, John.
uoaaie, umcago, and J. c. Condre
Streator, appointed new legal aidsj
Federal Dist Att'y C F. Clyne.
Chas. H. Reitzel, Newton, N.
theological student, stopping at '
C. A. matched pennies with strani
Wired home for money enough fa
Near not when 700 Ravenswc
people gathered to "try" Miss Es
tber Morgan, principal Waters school.
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