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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 30, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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from Gertrude Jahnke, Wilmette.
Bonds $600.
P. H. Smith, 17 E. Erie st, returned
t6 work after year of rest. Dead
from cerebral hemorrhage.
Otto Schultz elected head of North
west Side Comm'l ass'n in annual
meeting yesterday.
John Hickey, 737 W. Congress and
Wm. Baker, 1011 W Madison, arrest
ed as alleged burglars after discovery
in CohenSs clothing store, 837 W.
'Madison.
Anti-Cigaret society held clinic at
Grace Methodist church, Locust and
La Salle sts. Two treated for habit.
Joseph Wagner, 2660 Orchard St.,
chauffeur, held to grand jury in death
of Ethel Hopp, 454 Wrightwood av.,
in auto crash. Manslaughter charge.
Man giving name Charles Baker,
3311 Flournoy st, arrested as pick
pocket in Coliseum. C. F. Wiedmaier,
1102 Garfield blvd., complained.
Two negroes held as slayers of
John Walker, colored newspaper
dealer, in holdup at 10 E. 26th, Thurs
day. Mary Lawrence, nurse of North
Chicago hospital, slipped and fell on
icy sidewalk, breaking arm. Lost
pocketbook in confusion.
Cpmmittee representing cigar
stores and pool rooms asked Mayor
Harrison to permit dice game for
"trade only."
Jury completed for trial of Father
Mullen, accused of killing Thomas
Patterson, station agent, Hillside, HI.
Prosecution starts today.
Harry Goldberg, bartender in Mor
rie Abraham's saloon, 921 W. 12th,
shot in back by one of four robbers
interrupted in holdup at 907 W. 12th.
Chicago Federation of Men Teach
ers protesting against plan of Sup't
of School Young to hire no substi
tutes during coining year.
Charles Petty, 3055 Sarak st., fined
$100 and costs for driving auto while
intoxicated. Unable to pay. Bride
well. Report that gold has been found on
farm of Joseph Algeo in Owego
township caused excitement. Not
verified.
Forfeiture of $50,000 in bonds of
state prisoners who have disappeared
asked by State's Att'y Hoyne.
Police seeking Sylvester O'Connor,
Jr., 14, missing from home. Last
seen at 47th and Racine av.
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FOUR FOUND GUILTY OF MAIL
USING FOR DEFRAUD
Toledo, O., Jan. 30. "Guilty" was
the verdict of the jury in the United
States court here this afternoon in
the cases of John J. (Mickey) Shea,
George A. Brereton, Bert Hathaway
and George Baldwin, who were ac
cused of conspiring to use the mails
to defraud in an alleged "wire tap
ping" game. Wilbur Rundle of near
Pontiac, Mich. ,and J. J. Hoblitzell of
Upper Sandusky, O., were the vic
tims. Sentences on Shea and on Jack
Arthur, who pleaded guilty, were de
ferred. Other sentences were: Bre
feton, two years in prison and $2,000
fine; Baldwin, two years in prison
and ?2,000 fine; Hathaway, 21
months in prison.
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ANNOUNCEMENTS
Prof. Arthur M. Lewis will lecture
on "The Struggle Between Galileo
and Pope Urban VHI" at the Garrick
theater tomorrow afternoon at 2:30.
Morton L. Johnson, pres. Penny
Phone league, will give illustrated lec
ture on phone situation at Oak the
ater, Western and Armitage, Sunday,
11 a. m.
Walter Huggins will speak on the
"Objections to Socialism" tomorrow
night at the Irving Park Young Peo
ple's hall, Kimball and Belle Plaine.
First of series of lectures on ques
tion, "Is the Catholic Church Gain
ing or Losing?" will be delivered by
H. Percy Ward at Corinthian hall,
Masonic Temple, tomorrow morning
at 11 o'clock. Subject will be "The
Church of Home in France and
Italy

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