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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 28, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise 5:40; sunset, 6:11.
Wm. Mankowski," 2, 2636 Hillock
av., dead from bums. Fell into tub
of scalding water.
Miss Mary Stanton,-4701 W. Wash
ington blvd., holding umbrella to
shield face, -walked in front of auto.
Cut and bruised.
W. F. Myers, 3006 Diversey, arrest
ed on charge of stealing $200 jewelry
package from Adams Express wagon,
on which he was asst driver.
Miss Catherine Schwartz, 1353
Elston av., who atempted to commit
suicide with pin, placed on six
months' probation.
Capt G. Wellington Streeter plead
ed guilty to carrying concealed
weapons. Fined $25.
Walter Kazmar, 932 W. 37th pi.,
teamster, seriously injured when
wagon was struck by street car.
Thieves work new one. uimb on
delivery wagons standing while driv
ers deliver parcels and drive off. Got
a Carson, Pirie, Scott wagon with
$3,500 in laces and a laundry wagon
of Athens Co. with $1,000 in laundry.
Chas. Cohn's home, 1055 Hyde
Park blvd., entered by burglars third
time since Thursday. Took every
thing they hadn't taken before.
Libby Martin arrested on warrant
under Kate Addams law for keeping
resort at 2703 Wabash av.
Man gave Ben McDonald deck of
cards in Stockyards station to play
solitaire. It was pinochle deck.
Fred Pacius' sister told him she
went with wife to saloons with de
tectives from Englewood station.
He's trying to get divorce.
County board orders J. A. Cer
venka, clerk of probate court, to turn
in report on fees and earnings of his
office, same as other couft clerks.
Ceo. Washington, Andrew Jackson
and John Adams arraigned in Judge
Caverly's court on charges of steal
and embezzlement.
Mrs. Anna Gerschbacker, 1015
"Vood, severely injured by street car.
Arthur Stein, pawnbroker, 667 N.
Clark, ordered arrested, connection
with death of Geo. Soro, 159 W. Erie,
who died of fractured skull.
Man fought bellboys and detectives
with ax in chase that led over many
floors of La Salle hotel, after found
roaming about corridor. Fought po
lice after arrest Name, F. LaBel
Iarde, stitched in clothes.
Taunted for not going back to Aus
tria to fight, Frank Vinzhofer, 1813
S. Ashland, committed suicide. Play
ed own funeral dirge before he shot
Case of Mrs. Cora Maddox, alleged
to have been railroaded into Elgin
asylum, taken to Gov. Dunne.
Lucius G. Fisher, paper bag manu
facturer, left estate of $3,503,000.
Delaware cafe, Randolph and
Dearborn, closed by order of mayor.
Of 109 saloon licenses revoked by
Mayor Thompson since November
ii) nave Deen restored and others re
stored to be transferred.
Wm. F. Davidson, 6549 S. Lincoln,
missing since March 9.
Penalty for failure to file income
tax increased.
$8,000 damage in fire at 200-208 N.
Motorcycle bandit robbed five sa
loons in an hour. Got over $100.
John Refakes, real estate broker,
242 N. Clark, petitioning for bank
ruptcy. Debts, $429,521; assets, $10,
529. Henry P. Runkel, Chicago Abend
post correspondent, returned from
Germany. Decorated with insignia
of Red Cross by Kaiser Wilhelm for
services to German-American Hun
garian Relief society.
Ruth Budd lost balance, fell 12 feet
from trapeze, Majestic theater. Has
been unconscious since, except for
moments. Her brother-partner re
cently crippled for life by fall
Wm. Bross Lloyd, millionaire law
yer and Socialist, sued for divnmp
Wife charges he had improved rela
tions with woman at 1057 Dakin st

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