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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 13, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS' OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
.'.'Peril to Girls in Amusement
text chosen bj.Mrs. Chas. B.
Merriam, talking in 2naEresbyterian
GMroh, 20th and Michigan av., 4:30
Ambrose Hutchinson, 14, 4021 S.
Dearborn st, wounded by Martoin
Psk, 4056 Federal st, in alleged at
tempt to enter Psik's store, dead.
"J3oys of Glenwood Manual Train
fng" school to be given reception at
Jst Regiment Armony, Wed. Treat
"or good boys.
Hugh McQuid, 4812 St Lawrence
"y., former sleuth on morals, squad,
charged with accepting bribe. Mrs.
May Means, 854 E 39th, refused to
Wm. Painter, 3114 Wallace, swore
out warrant against three, charging
assault and robbery. Lost watch.
Letter from hubby to another
woman drew divorce from Mrs. Ab
ner O. Best. Alimony $18 a week.
William Henry, 1319 N. La Salle,
associate of John W. Worthington,
arrested by federal men. Charged
with selling bjjm stocks.
Three-year-old foster son of Frank
Moore, 140a B. 65th pi., fell into tub
of water; while bathing. Drowned.
Joseph Cuzick, 1420 S. 49th ct,
Cicero, found dead in bedi Gas.
"Police investigating robbery story
tolfi. by Katherine Lehto, servant at
24Q Michigan av. Nothing taken.
Edward Kissel, 1625 W. Austin av.,
attempted suicide. Gun. May re
cover. Out of work.
Brindle bulldog, supposed mad,
killed in front of 3005 N. Racine av.,
after wfld chase over north side.
I)r. Edward Streich, 5505 S. Ash
land av., exonerated in1 death of Joe
Sosenson, kfiled by auto.
r- Abram Young, head of North
western "U" chemistry dep't, to re
tire next week. On faculty 30 years.
Home of Alb. D. Trotter, 6227 Drex
el av., enticed by burglars. Over $280
in jewelry and silver gone.
Ecfward Carr, 225 S. Seeley av.,
bricklayer, fell from scaffold at Aus
tin' high schooL Dead.
Mrs. Thomas Kennedy, 3915 W.
Monroe, dead from fracture of skull
received Monday. Fell down stairs.
John Radic, Gustave Sanders and
John Miller held to grand jury,
charged with stripping 3-story building-
at Lake and Despkdnes.
Christian Stojz, 60, 3549 Belmont
av., baker, dropped dead while
working in bakery at 1320 Wells.
M. B. Rissman, 2637 Potomac av.,
robbed of watch and chain and $25
by 3 men at California and Wash
New "L" station at Thorndale av.,
in N Edgewater, completed. Start
taking passengers Monday.
$1,000,000 to be spent installing
new uniform posts and lamps' in city's
Robert Anderson's auto collided
with another. Wrecked it Ander
son taken by police.
First Dep. Supt Police Schuettler
canceled trip along gulf coast. Too
much doing. Prefers Chicago.
Henry Martin, tailor, 44 W. Mon
roe, told gas co. he was "special fed
eral inspector" to avoid making de
posit lor service. Arrested.
E. Abrams, arrested for sending
whisky through mails labeled olive
oil, held to grand jury.
Bottle thrown -through window, of
Franklin MaoVeagh Co., 339 W. Lake
from auto. Police suspect labor ,
Penn road to be prosecuted by Dis't
Att'y Clyne for destroying way bills.
Suit started by interstate commerce
Judge Caveiiy, at Despiairtes st, to
hold court on Washington's birthday,
Feb. 22. Otherwise prisoners must
lie In, cells.
Ralph Shaw appointed awt gen.
counsel to Great Western railroad.
Chicago High School Teachers'
club gave reception to board of edq-
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