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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Pat Fergus, 221 W. Locust, fined
$200 for disorderly conduct. Wife
fined $100 Monday, same charge.
Four small children taken by juvenile
Richard Korhunnell, 153 Eugenie,
arrested, charge of getting $40 dia
mond ring from Loftic Bros., 108 N.
State, on false pretense. Ring taken
from girl to whom he had given it.
Saloon license of Leo Sachs, 6356
St. Lawrence av., revoked. Kept open
on Sunday claim.
Minnie Baumer, 1441 E. 55th, ar
rested for keeping engagement ring
when she called wedding off, freed.
Had given ring back.
Rear end of auto of John Mc
Laughlin, undertaker, 5662 Broad
way, burned. Fire started from
spark from back-fire.
F. E. Eaton, 4946 N. Kedzie av.,
and H. Bunty, 1104 N. State, arrest
ed. Posed as policemen; raised
money for "blue book."
Judge McDonald ordered quiz into
activities of alleged professional
"fixer" when Frank Szumowski set
tled $1,500 case for $500.
Policeman Ed Maher, W. 13th st
station, broke both legs in fall down
Mysterious fire caused $120,000
damage to plant of A. Ortmayer &
Sons at 157 W, Illinois st, harness
Elsie Jacunic, 2522 S. Avers av.,
burned to death when clothes caught
fire from kitchen stove.
Aid. Kjellander's council sub-committee
recommended that "tag" days
be limited to two a year.
Coroner investigating death of Mrs.
Maude Smith, Melrose .Park, from
ptomaine poison.
Mrs. Amelia Reick, proprietress
Crescent County club, Glen Ellyn,
fined $375 for selling liquor illegally.
Three firemen accused of offering
bribe to Aid. De Priest freed by jury.
Chas. Roeder, fireman, 2914 Quinn
jaB arrested, as jstoess in, penn
Sunrise, 6:53; sunset, 5:16.
Dr. Ceo. Hunt, chief ambulance
surgeon, narrowly escaped injury in
auto collision. """" - -
Special meeting of board of arbi
tration to settle issue arising from
b:iriace Lines not living up to union's
-interpretation of last agreement de
layed by absence of Jas. M. Sheean
in East.
Federal court of appeals confirmed
decision saying Percy B. Sullivan,
Decatur, former president- of As
sured's National Mutual Fire Ins. Co.,
must spend two years in jaiL
E. B. Miller, brother of city prose
cutor, given diamond ring by sani
tary inspectors. Miller resigned un
der attack of Civil Service Reform
ass'n. ,
Krauss Bros. & Loewy, 4914 S.
Wabash av., bid $45,000 for plant of
Consolidated Naptha Rug and Car
pet Cleaners, bankrupt
Bristol cafe, 6319 S. Halsted, sued
for $2,000 by Schoenhofen Brewing
Co. Beer bills.
Fire in West Pullman garage de
stroyed two autos. Employe stepped
on match, cause.
George Shearer, 88 Western av.,
Lake Forest, arrested for threatening
Mrs. Bertha Baxter, 5410 Justine,
had mother, Mrs. Mary Burke, 5618
Ashland av., arrested. Said she de
famed character.
Patrolman R. J. Rashford, Rogers
Park station, discharged. Accused of
making conflicting statements about
slush fund collection.
Jack Almony identified by Mamie
Hain, Prudential Life Co. stenog
rapher, North av. branch, as robbei
who took her satchel with $2,700.
Almony and Earl Denn held to grand
Police say parents of John Kraje
wicz, 1617 Hold av., runaway, refused
to arrange for his return. Held by
Cudahy, Wis., police, who thought
tarenta would -want him backl

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