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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 04, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 5:19; sunset, 6:19.
Chicago Branch, No. 11, Nat'l
Ass'n ot Letter Carriers, leaves for
Omaha convention tonight on spe
cial train. """" -
Lucien Wheeler, ass't dis't att'y,
visited by man who said great in
ventors were trying to make him in
sane with wireless waves. Wheeler
will look matter up.
Mark Cohen, editor Evening Star,
Dendeen, New Zealand, in Chicago
on U. S. tour, wants country to es
tablish consulate here for trade rela
tions. 2,000,000 pounds of raisins on way
to Chicago.
225 Knights of Columbus left on
3pecial train for weak-end party at
Eagle Lake, Wis.
John Cramer, 70, dismissed from
police department 14 years ago, re
instated by court order. Assigned to
Austin station. Case to be appealed
Coroner Hoffman left for Lake Go
gebic, Wis., for 2 weeks' hunting and
John Luby and Ed Hoeffling held to
jrand jury for passing bum checks
n saloon of South Side.
Albert Holmes, 35 years with en
jraving company, appointed Chicago
lonsul for Paraguay.
Mrs. Martha Strachan, 5721 S. La-
Salle, told sergeant husband had
jailed her up and said he had been
Walter Reemer, Chicago Heights
joliceman, has made up with wife
vho recently eloped with friend.
Body of Mrs. John Thomas taken
rom water-filled hole in stone quarry
.t Sag Bridge, DL Disappeared last
Gary Land Co. gave Gary three
mall parks worth $400,000.
Antonio Grondeneth, on trial for
aurder, attacked Detective Gan
chaw when he completed his testi
aony. Subdued by six cops.
Edward Krujawa, 16, 3419 Avers
jr., dying. Won't say who shot him.
Joseph Kennedy, street car con
ductor, taken ill on Van Buren car.
Died in hospital. Cause unknown.
Elsie Dickson, barber, took out a
warrant for Frank Wagner, house
detective New Jackson hotel. Says
he attempted to attack her.
Fred Barsalou, graduate of detec
tive correspondence school who was
arrested when he tried to show po
liceman how to make an arrest, dis
charged by court
Mary Cosnoto brought back from
Cleveland. Stole $1,000 diamond ring
from Howard Hammond, 7204 Sher
idan road.
Prof. Werner Rhode, criminologist,
discharged in court. Arrested for
loitering at Van Buren and Clark
Looking for "types."
Jennie Sabina, 6, 1055 W. Grand
av., dead. Burned by matches.
James Mclnerney, former prose
cutor in speeders' court, appeared to
defend son. Fined $5.
Att'y Geo, Morris retained to de
fend all persons arrested in Highland
park for speeding. Is protest against
"roadside justices."
Vital organs of Mrs. Maud Rankin,
found dead In Elmo hotel with W. P.
Arthur, to be examined by coroner's
chemist Arthur recovering in the
Cook county board appointed com
mission to take another look at East
ern hospitals. Limits expenses to
$175 each this time.
Anna Taylor, Dwight, III., wants
Chicago police to look for husband
who deserted her with her $500
dowry. Left her in Chicago on
Abe Barnett, 1351 S. Sawyer av.,
arrested as one of five boys who at
tacked Policeman Phelan at Rush st
Raymond F. Knapp, pres. Triumph
Mf 'g Co., arrested. Charged with us
ing mails to defraud. Bail $2,000.
Harriet Hunter, 9, 432 E. 47th,
killed. Mother and father hurtjt Hit

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