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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Stella Bernegs, 4, 1311 E. 115th, se
riously burned. Rubbish fire.
Pocket of Jas. Mercer, 5540 W.
Adams, picked. $40.
Two women and man held up An
tone Zalubowski, 2220 Lubeck. $22.
F. K. Jackson, Northwestern U.
cashier who absconded, may not be
Col. H. G. S. Heistand savs 300.000
business and professional men will
take military training at rookie
camps this summer.
Frederick Home arrested by U. S.
authorities when he sent alleged ob
scene letter to mother-in-law.
Four-year-old boy found in South
Chicago. Believed to have been kid
naped from Whiting.
Grace Morgan, 1209 N. LaSalle,
took poison. May die. Claims man"
stole her affections and money.
Alfred Laassen, Tama, la., arrested,
as violator of white slave laws. Ad
vertised for wife.
Mrs. Hortense Ferguson, 4044
Prairie av., released from hospital to
day. Sorry she took poison, she says.
Gov. Dunne in speech at dedication
of 2nd Infantry armory says U. S.
will have citizen soldiery this year.
Check' on elevated patronage al
most finished last night. Public op
operated, officials say.
Wallace Siegert, 1250 W. 97th pi.,
bltteir by two dogs.
Police asked to seek Charlotte
Wlnther, 17, 3347 Lowe av. Think
she ran away.
Charles Shepard, 2145 N. Racine ,
av., fined $200. Auto hit Mary -O'Donnell,
6601 S. Lincoln av.
Irvin Bunke, 9, 922 Center, rolled
under car at Halated and Madison.
Caught by fender; unhurt.
James Mercer, 5540 W. Adams,
lost $40 to pickpocket on'Madison st.
After trial in federal courts, Harry
Eng Hong, Chinese, is to be deported.
Stella McHalak, 18, and two girl
friends arrested when they arrived
Sunrise, 4:51; sunset, 6:44.
Tony Senru, 14, 8817 Houston av
arrested for bicycle theft.
Wm. Ladzu, 6021 S. State, car in
spector for N. Y. C. lines, dead. Hit
by engine. ""
Jos. Konbalinka, 120 S. Halsted,
identified as burglar who forced wife
of Dr. R, G. Collins, 5157 Michigan
av., to open safe and give him jew
elry. Mrs. Elizabeth Lord, 6160 S. Park
av., suing sister, Mrs. E. E. Mihm, and
her husband, 842 Gunderson av., Oak
Park, $5,000, alleged debt of 22 years.
Superior court asked to declare
null and void ordinance passed by the
board of trustees, Cicero, requiring
paving of 52d st.
Arthur B.Farwell, pres. Law and
Order league, sent letter to mayor
saying saloon licenses which fee had
not been paid hefore May 1 should
be canceled.
Second panel of 100 men called for
jury service in labor trials.
Ben Greenebaum, 105 W. Monroe,
denied that he offered bribe to De
tective Guy Biddinger.
Rev. John O'Donnell, St. Basil's
Catholic church, 1810 W. Garfield
blvd., took poison. Accidental.
Estranged wife says Wm. Kumme
row, carpenter at 1215 Belmont av.,
has run off with 5-year-old child.
Frank St John, 3901 tnenoan ra.,
shot self. Love affair blamed.
Harry Green, 1633 S. Homan av.,
and Morris Klineman, 1049 W. 13th,
caught as safeblowers. Gun fight
with police.
Patrolman T. N. Bassett, Rogers
Park station, called before civil serv
ice trial board seventh time on in
toxication charge.
Trial of P. H. Dignan, contractor
charged with murder of Geo. H.
Hammond, business agent for exca
vators union, begun.
Hugo Krause, who retired as alder
man yesterday, took civil service ex-
,gmination for sup't of municipal pier. I

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