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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 11, 1912, Image 6

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tute student, awarded Prix de
Rome by officials of American
Academy of Rome.
Harold McDonald, son of Mrs.
Dora McDonald, lost suit of wife
abandonment brought by Mrs.
Evelyn Marie McDonald.
Frank Nineeger, 6, 5637 Mad
ison av., killed near his home by
electric runabout owned and
driven by Mrs. Mary Richeson,
5526 Everest av., wife of Harry
Richeson, Board of Trade.
Mrs. Florence Bernstein, 1023
S. Robey St., accused of shooting
husband as he- lay asleep, two
months ago, entered plea of not
guilty.
Jack Johnson's cafe on 31st st
opened yesterday with baptism of
beer and gin.
Patrolman William Burns, Chi
cago av. station, bitten by Fred
Heitwist, 945 Wells st., while at
tempting to arrest him.
Theodore W. Grosch filed suit
for divorce against Mrs. Helen
Grosch. Said she often used to
hit him with frying pan. Married
1906; two childrenr
Special venire of 50 men ap
peared at opening of Mrs. Rene
B. Morrow's trial. Very few club
women m court today.
Police arrested Joseph Lynch,
paroled convict with long police
record, after he and companion,
who escaped, had forced entrance
to shoe store, 2823 W. Van Buren
st. Several shpts exchanged.
Judge Honore denied appeal
from his decree confirming con
tract between I. C. Railroad and
South Park Board, providing for
improveemnts on lake front.
Adolph Rosenberg, barber, shot
brother-in-law, Rudolph Graham, .
1257 W. 12tlrst., twice in back,
and killed himself. Rosenberg,
who recently came from New
York, was out of work. Graham
will recover. s
4-passenger auto, believed to
have been stolen, was abandoned
at S. Jefferson and W. Monroe
sts. License Nos. 37,788 Illinois
and 620 W.
Robert Rowie, 613 N. Clark
st., badly "bitten when he attempt
ed to stop dog fight in front of
home.
Lyman "Abbott, editor of The
Outlook and Roosevelt's boss, has
written letter to Mrs. G. A.
Springer, 3824 Forest ave., say
ing that Teddy is strictly temper
ate. Edgar H. Farrar, who repre
sented Edward Himes at Lorimer
investigation, was in town on se
cret mission. Intimated that visit
has something to do with Funk
Henning case.
Expected that grand jury will
return indictment against Mrs.
Louisa Lindloff this afternoon.
Mrs. Julia Cook, 2537 -Sheffield
ave., arrested as fortune teller on
evidence furnished by Mrs. Alice
Clement, investigator for Detec
tive Bureau.
Elgin Osgood, 40, Omaha,
struck and severely injured by
auto at E. Illinois and Seneca sts.
Driver escaped.
Mary Guilfoyle, 5, 953 Webster
ave., and Adeline Welland, 6, 1007
Webster ave., badly hurt when
struck by auto truck driven by J.
H. Ljntz, 3524 N. Hoy.ne avej
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