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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 17, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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asked judge to discharge men. Judge
' suspended fine.
Tomorrow will be annual art in
stitute day of the Chicago Telephone
Co. Employes and friends of com
pany invited to visit institute.
Open forum of City club asks in
junction against organization in Ma
sonic Temple from using name.
Erwin Conrath, 1938 Cornelia av.,
unable to get work, took poison. Re
membered sick wife. Rushed to po
lice station. Life saved.
George Sella killed and another
man wounded in a revolver batile in
saloon at 268 W. 22d pi. last night.
.Police arrested several men, but all
refused to tell reason for shooting.
Martin Hadram, 2220 S. Avers,
mail carrier, bitten by pet dog. Dog
168 degrees to be conferred at 93d
convention of "U" of Chicago to be
held next Wednesday.
, Will of Aid. Wagg filed in probate
court. Half of $31,000 estate goes
$2,000 worth of oil paintings stolen
from home of N. Neufeld, 5017 Grand'
Hiram Brown forced to pay taxi
bill of $12 by chauffeur who had him
arrested. Chauffeur said Brown tried
to kick windows out of machine with
"live blonde." Mrs. Brown present
Judge Robinson identified-William
Coleman, 467 E. ,31st,' when ar
raigned before him on burglary
charge, as man who held him up two
years ago. Held to grand jury.
Case containing large quantity of
cocaine and morphine and $500
worth of instruments stolen from
auto of Dr. N. A. Weisskopf, in front
of the Princess theater.
Chicago, Rock Island & Pacific
granted extension of year to finish
elevating road in Englewood.
Frank Sauheda, 471(5 S. Seeley av.,
fcfined $50 by judgepr using solder
ing iron as weapon in saloon brawl.
Wm. Croker, 3731 Ellis av., prob
ably fatally hurt by Many, Blanc &
Co. truck driven by Ray Stevens,
7401 Normal av.
William Lipchen, 371 N. Avers av.,
robbed of $40 while walking in Gar
Month-old baby girl abandoned in
hallway at 745 Sedgwick. Taken to
St. Vincent's Infant Asylum.
Hegewisch police station has 7
stoves and 7 men. Driver of patrol
wagon making his portable.
Decision of police board in trial of
Fred Volquartz, charged with unbe
coming conduct, expected today.
Harry Breen, 816 Sedgwick, sent
out with auto truck to deliver $300
worth of wines and liquors. Truck
found abandoned. Driver and cargo
Jury trial of Mrs. Mary Doane, 210
E. Ohio, charged with being keeper
of dive and selling liquors without li
cense in morals court today.
Fifty members of Reel Fellows', club
attended dinner at Hotel Sherman.
Society composed of members of film
. Judge Goodwin, head of naturaliza
tion dep't of superior court, asks gov
ernment to assist in campaign to give
applicants for citizenship what rights,
duties and obligations they have as
Health Commissioner Young sent
letter to Chief Gleason asking him' to
close 9 "movie" shows for violation
of ventilation ordinance.
Judge Kbhlsaat to hear suit of city
against Chicago and Oak Park for re
moval of Marketst. "stub" on Jan. 11.
Wm. McKeag, 443 E. 42d, killed by
auto driven by Fred Bore, 4800
Grand blvd., driven by Ray Dawney.
Hurrying out of cold with head down.
Joseph King arrested after creat
.ing disturbance in municipal lodg
ing house. Said he wanted checks
cashed. Will be examined.
South Austin Improvement club
filed suit against C. & G. W. and B.
& O. railroads to force them to ele
vate tracks through Austin.
William May, 632 W. Van Buren,
(arrested, for carrying stiletto qW
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