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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
The purse of Mrs .Helen Pike, 1438
E. 53d, snatched by young auto ban-ditdn-
front of U. ot C.
Mary Comstock,"bWest resident of
Will county, burned to death in home
at Joliet
Miss Rose Adelstine brought suit
against Henry C.'GIeseke, 1528 N.
Paulina st, for $10,000.
Damage suit for $30,000 filed by
M. D. Gimmell against the M. J. Spie
gle Co., State st. jewelers, where he
was salesman, ifaise arrest.
Miss Christabel Pankhurst, in
meeting last night -at Orchestra hall,
devoted two hours to war.
Dr. Alice Barlow Brown, 748 Oak
st, arrested on. complaint of Ingeborg
Thorsterusen, who charges Dr.
Brown boxed her ears and bumped
her head. .
Dr. C. M, Hfrsh, Evanston, says he
has discovered process to prevent
garbage from having any odor.
Franklin Newhall, 91, who made
fortune of $75Q,0d0 in apples and
land, said he had no objections to
having trustees appointed to his es
tate. t
Edward Zugbaum, poolroom keepr
er, Valparaiso, wants to lay hands on
manwho sent his picture and clip
ping to Chicago paper saying he was
wealthy farmer and wanted wife.
Bill to amend state election law to
remove clause providing that every
one must state age when registering
sent to Springfield.
JUlius Liebling, 1315 S. Kedzie av.,
t father of A. M. Liebling, editor of
Daily Jewish Press, arrested,, charged
witlroisorderly conduct by son's wife.
Judge Carpenter granted petition
of Mary E. Merwin, holder of note of
$5,000 of John Worthington, head of
American bank, to make Central
Trust Co. defendant
Dr. A. 0. Mclvor-Tyndall says av
erage mind of person is "junk shop."
'Dr. C. P, Dorn, 62, NapervlIJe, 111.,
found dead in room at Brevoort
hbfel Heart disease.
Harry McCarty, who escaped from
bull pen in Judge Prindiville's courU
room, arrested last night
"September Morn's" rival picture,
"Washed ABhore," will be viewed by
board of moving picture censors.
Room on third floor of Imperial
bldg., 312 S. Clarkstt raided. Racing
sheets found. Jamee Harvey booked
as keeper.
"Needy girls of next generation"
were chief beneficiaries of $46,000 es
tate of late William G. MauL Brother
and two nephews given $1,000 each.
14 charitable institutions eriven to-
htal of $21,000 by will of Joseph Block.
Four daughters and three sons re
ceived remainder ot $500,000 estate.
Claim of $2,500 filed in probate
court by Drs. A. A. and Jamee G. Mat
thews against estate of Darius Mil
ler for services during Mr. Mffler's
illness.
Frank Marion Ross held to grand
jury charged with Operating con'
game and passing bad' checks.
John C. Wilson, att'y, 139 N. Clark,
dismissed for want of prosecution.
Charged with obtaining money on
false pretenses. N
Three children to share $760,000
estate of William L. Grey. Left jno,
will.
Mrs. Mary Ravelle, 3047 E. 97th,
shot through right hip when she
shook gun from beneath pillow.
Bernard Smith, Harry Smith and'
grandfather, Harry Quinn, who five
at 5557 S. Carpenter st, found un-s
conscious by Mrs. M. Smith. Gas
jet open. All revived.
Brooding over death of wife and'
loss of arm a year ago caused Aaron
Spike, 4614 Vlncennee, to drink. Fell
from 3d floor poroh. "Dead.
Ullrich Haupt and Jos? Danner, df
dectors German theater, fined $50
each for infrineine on copyright of
two plays.
Benard Antoniwn, 75, 3826 N.
Kostner av.. killed by auto. Chauf
feur escaped.
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