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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 03, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 4:16; sunset, 7:20.
Edward Meashures, 2346- N. Clark,
suicide. Gas. Gave no reason.
Joe Przybylo, 2712 Hillock av.,
freed when broughftn court for tear
ing flags from barber shop. Polish
emblem was over TJ. S., he said.
.- Kirs. Josephine Anderson, 72, 1647
N. Mozart, found dead from gas. Be
lieved accidental.
Bertha Becker, nurse, 4810 Ellis
av., tried suicide. Gas. Rescued.
May recover.
( George Mitchell, head of gypsy
camp at Stickney, HL, told police his
daughter ran off with friend and
Jos. Kaenter, 1433 Austin av., held
to grand jury. Hit Mrs. Frances
Basta, 3502 W. 26th, with rolling pin
while robbing flat.
Cnas. Hahn, 310 W. Monroe, fled
from St Mary's hospital by fire
escape just before time for opera
tion. David Lipsey, 1500 S. Turner av.,
arrested. Charged with $500 swin
dle by David Carden, brewer.
. Body of man about 65 found in the
river. Was dead, before he reached
water. Police blame heart disease.
Month of May record one for mar
riage license bureau. Report 3,284
George Krupka sentenced to hang
June 23 for murder of wife with
hatchet Feb. 19.
Roosevelt Dabb, 14, 226 W. Schil
ler, arrested in connection with the
murder of junk man, Abe Rosenberg,
1244 N. Leavitt
, Three men robbed drug store of E.
S. Snider, 5301 Indiana av. Got $10.
t License of Fulton cafe, 448 N. Clark,
revoked by mayor at request of po
lice. Immoral
Herbert Edwards, 1459 Jackson
Blvd., strike guard, stabbed to death
in Hammond, Ind.
Home of Mrs. Jos. LeDuc, 5003
Sheridan rd., robbed of $1,425 in
jewalrF while f amiv was away.
Ed Bowler, 1423 S. Racine av., and
companion, Red Ryan, held. Dora
Weinstein, 1048 W. 14th pL, identified
one as burglar.
Policeman Thos. Feeney freed of
charges of Marie Moore, 3212 Prairie
av., that he entered her room un
bidden. Two hundred mourners at funeral
of Peter Jacobsen, late policeman,
enjoyed' drinks at his expense.
Petition for writ of injunction
against picketing filed, by Pettibone
Milliken Co. against machinists'
School board committee voted
$285,000 for new school at Grace st
and 60th av.
New York, June 3. Oresto Shilli
toni, "the paper box kid," .went in
sane yesterday in the death house at
Sing Sing.. He wrecked his cell and
set the prison in an uproar by his
shrieks. He was finally drugged and
put in a padded cell
Prison officials said last night the
man had been depressed for several
days and that the double electrocu
tion yesterday morning of Roy
Champlain and Giovanni Supe
crazed him.
Shillitoni was convicted of a triple
murder in New York, his victims be
ing Policemen Chas. J. Teare and
Wm. Heaney and a civilian, John
Soon after the executions Shilli?
toni leaped upon his cot, yelling at
the top of his voice. He smashed his
porcelain wash basin with a stool
and tore his bed to pieces. Two
guards who ran into the cell were
attacked. They finally subdued the
murderer. Dr. Squire, the prison
physician, drugged the man.
Dr. Arthur Warren Waite, who oc
cupies a cell near Shillitoni's, cried
to the guards: "Take the man out;
he is crazy."

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