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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Principal James McGinriis, Holmes
schbol, who quarreled with parents of
children, transferred to Froebel
schbol. -- -
Jack Burgess, alleged pickpocket,
sent to prison for ten years. Caught
with hand in pocket of Stephan Ko
vas 9146 Dauphin av.
- Wm. C. Niblack suing for payment
on notes owned by former La Salle
Street bank, defunct Will take
years to collect.
John J. Brittain, builder of new
tuberculpsis sanitarium, suing for
$65,000, amount says lost by commis
sfon condemning fixtures,
'Mrs. Catherine Moran, married in
1875 an4 deserted 3 weeks later, su
"Fred Wurthman sent to prison for
lifey Judge Dever. Killed wife after
'Over 275 poor boys will be given
ticBets to Elks' minstrels in Black
stone theater, Sunday afternoon.
Victor Winkler, a baker, 435 N.
Wlls, suicide. Poison. Despondent.
"Marry Morley, 4034 Kenmore av.,
Inspector for board of local improve
ments, Bhot in leg by holdup men.
- Barney Melnjck, acquitted in
tfuage Dover's court of complicity is.
$8f000 fur steal
Rv. "James NU Darnell, "much
Tn&ried minister," to be sent to Mil
waukee. - ilHternal revenue offices crowded
by'doctprs getting certificates en
abling them to purchase cocaine and
opium under new federal law.
Att'y Gen. Lucey filed suit to close
Metropolitan State bank. Over $200,
OOO'capital required. Has $25,00Q.
3 Eighty members of Methodist antj
Presbyterian churches in River For
est to build tabernacle today. To hold
revival in March.
-flarry Hofeldt wanted here for a
teged robbery, said to have been
tHled by tram in Morrison, 111.
t Gwong Quen, 67, 2115 Archer av.,
sutetde. Razor. Reason unknojm.
Cl CUnfnH Z CmtU Ohirarrn 1st A-
napped by father 6 moaths ago, sent
back to mother in New. York by po
jiee. Father missing.
Cassius Oarr arrested in offices in
Boyce bldg.,'30 N, Dearborn. Charged
with practicing dentistry without li
cense, W. P. Smith, revenue agent, ap
pointed as head of Milwaukee station
for state of Wisconsin.
Charles Blum fined $100 and costs
for stealing pennies from paper stand
of Frank Julian, 5th av. and Ran
dolph. Marie Maccjagi arrested hy federal
authorities in connection with "black
hand' letters asking $3,000 from G.
Jean Pepiier, 172 E. Superior, fined
$1 and costs fpr alleged attack on A.
E. Alston, 225 E. Superior.
Judge Landis received letter asking
investigation of Chicago Light Fix
ture Co. Monopoly charged,
John C. Millet, Miller, Watt & Co.,
227 W. Jackson blvd., bankrupt cloth
ing firm, tried for alleged concealing
of assets. Freed.
William McCoy hotel owner, left
estate of $7OO,0O(L Property filed for
Estate of Frederick Coss, inventor
of press, filed for probation. Left
Unidentified woman probably fatal
ly hurt when hit by Milwaukee av.
car at Huron St.
Edwin K- Stowell, 1349 Hood st.,
arrested qu bum check charge, dis
charged. Want qf prosecution.
Trial- of Jos. Rsh, insurance ad
juster accused of arson to f)egin to
Oscar FTosi, 20, arrested for steal
ing feather, fined $1. Sent to Bride
well for day,
Christ VTohes fined $10 and costs
on complaint of D, Belogiannis, 723
S. Halsted. Con game charged.
John Taylor, 1040 W. Madison, ne
gro pugilist, shot and ifll fe Wil-