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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 5:33; sunset, 5:55.
Curtis Kelley, tugboat engineer,
and Effle Hudspeth married in night
-court. To spend: honeymoon on tug.
Edward Naish, 65,. Milwaukee in
surance agent, died suddenly in Hotel
Morrison. Heart trouble.
Geo. Feseri Republican committee
man 14th ward, appointed chief clerk
in city water office. Salary $3,000.
Dis't-att'y says indictments by fed
eral grand jury in Eastland disaster
will be returned next week.
J Five children seeking to have will
-of MrsMarie Hein set aside. Willed
property to husband. Alleged her
mina. was f&Uihg.
Three live alligators created ex
citement in Pompeian room of Con
gress hotel by climbing out of foun
tain: Rodman Law, daredevil, discharg
ed in court for failing to pay hotel
"LJJ. Not evidence of intent to de-
kaud. . . i- i
Michael Rodanovich, fireman, In
diana Harbor, arrested when he tried
to flirt with Mrs. Ray Cohen in Dear
born st station. Policeman rescued
him from Mr. Cohen.
Joseph Greenspan, 17, page in mu.
nicipal library, resigned before civil
service could try him. Was getting
$30 a month.
Dr. Frank McMahon, veterinary
surgeon, appointed temporary fore
man of police horses by Chief Healey.
A. L. Waggoner, drug clerk, 1109
E. 43d, fined $50 for misrepresenting
self as ass't pharmacist
Veronicka Drobniak, 4823 S. Ro
bey, dragged into vacant bldg. at 2140
W. 50th-and assaulted and robbed by
4 men.
Petter Coppersmith called before
board of review to explain why he
- failed to file personal schedule. Spent
34,600 inheritance at 'Frisco fair.
.. Joseph Levine, sign painter, 1333
-W0 12th, worked on fast day yester
day. Had to call police to disperse
-crowd who ordered him to stop.
Police looking for Ben Smolowitz,
16, 914 S. Paulina, who left class
room fn Crane Tech and disappeared.
Mrs. Rose Starek, 221? Ferdinand,
disappeared with 4 children and $900.
Husband blames former boardp-
Western av. bridge over jrth
branch of river closed tods- Gov
ernment dredging channel
Lillian J-eGrande, 18 . iths, se
riously hurt by wagon in front of
Vinceno Ciollro sentenced to life
imprisonment for murder of Mrs.
Helen Pisel, whom he shot 5 times.
Two men arrested when they as
saulted motorman on 12th st car.
Pasengers in panic.
Leo Karp, 7, 3249 Fisk, killed by
green touring car which sped away at
Racine and 35th.
Gustav Anders, 908 Lakeside pi., is
on city payroll as "Investigator" and
works nights managing Kenmore
Joseph Charzuntek, 4, 1521 Clar
inda, hurt by auto near home.
Mrs. Howard Phillips, suing for
separate maintenance, says husband
has deserted her, taking her pet
canary. Wants it back.
John Carbone, 5, 644 N. Ashland,
struck by auto. County hospital.
Private detective agencies offer to
help city police in cleanup. Mayor
expectB to take advantage of offer.
Frank Bruggerman, 7, 5640 S. Ash
land av., had skull fractured by C. W.
Jensen's auto. Jensen held for as
sault ' Sam Greenberg, 4, 3452 Greenshaw
av., cut and bruised when struck by
Robert Novak, 2648 S. Central Park
av., on motorcycle. Novak arrested.
Cook county's right to spend $10,
000,000 on an outer park system to
be tried in supreme court
Tag day today for home for Mew
Future Ass'n, which wants bldg. for
women coming from BridewelL
Mrs. C. B. Quinn will be allowed to
use Independence park natitorium in

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