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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 05, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 30',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Nine barbers arrested for working
without state license. Three dis
charged. Estate of Josept Oehrig, Oak Park,
filed. Widow and daughter get $86,
000. New Juvenile Detention home dedi
cated last night Children exhibited
work of past year in school.
Mary Barruch, 1635 W. Ohio, dead
from results of self-performed oper
Anna Mickelson, sup't Rob't Burns
hospital, near death last week with
tuberculosis, better. Transfusion of
Match falling from mantle causea
blaze in home of Mrs. Walter Simon,
1730 Wells st Damage small.
Arguments for new trial of James
Franche, sentenced to death for mur
der of Isaac Henegow, ended in Judge
Edgar Woyner, 1523 Frontier st.,
arrested while in chicken coop of
Fred Lorenson, 1360 Mohawk. First
Hegewisch police station got new
patrol. Old one fell apart.
Walter Wallace, 1620 W. 13th,
fined $100 and costs for driving auto
truck while intoxicated. Crashed
into wagon standing at curb.
Gustave Dupke, who expired in
Clark st. saloon, died from fractured
skull, post-mortem shows. Injured
in fight two weeks ago.
Josepli Andraska, 1935 W. 47th,
held for arson in burning of saloon
building, waived examination. Held
to grand jury.
Kenneth Jones, 3, 501 W. 60th pi.,
bitten on lip by dog owned by Elmer
Mosbarger, baker. Dog had rabies.
Boy under treatment.
Peter Matiasch, watchman at Bis
marck Packing Co., 4057 S. Union,
stabbed in right shoulder by burglars
surprised with loot.
Mrs. Alice Diedling, 1471 Byron st.,
arrested by federal authorities for
sending unfit matter through mails.
August Verest, 5612 Wabash av.,
arrested for burglary of house of
Alary Dutton, 5528 Everett av. Case
in court today.
Charges of arson against Emman
uel Gross, Sam Gross and Emanuel,
Goodman dismissed. Missing witness A
caused prosecutor to ask discharge.-
E. C. Brennan, printer, 1314 N. La
Salle, knocked down and run over by
auto of Brennan Packing Co., 3916
Normal av., at Randolph and State.-
Associated Advertising Clubs of
America to hold convention here in
June. Pres. Wilson and Bryan ex
pected to speak.
William Reilly, 4131 Indiana av.,
run over by horse of Sam Teitelbaum,.
625 W. 12th, frightened by piece "of
Beatrice Miller arraigned in court
for alleged theft of cash from West-;
ern Union, where employed. Case1
May Lee, alias May Hallen, wanted,
for alleged theft of $600 in goods
from State st stores, arrested in
Waterloo, la. To be brought back.
Carl Lopata suing Gustave Lidseenf
2942 Englewood av., former employ-.-er,
for $50,000. Charges assault.
Katie Lieker, 10, testified before
grand jury against John Kritzy. Says1
he passed bad money on her.
Fifty police lieutenants took exams
for captain. First in five years. WiH,
appoint two immediately.
Joseph Fish again denied guilt ot,
stand yesterday, but did not finish '
testimony and will again take stand.
Contest started over nomination of,
Robert M. Buch, alderman of 336V.A.
ward. Defeated Aid. Irwin Hazeu"
filed petition asking recount
Policemen Ed Carrigan, M. Ahem,
and Matthew Mescall fired thirty
shots at Charles Williams, negro,,
none taking effect. Police took up
chase when Abraham Bush, 4407 S;
State, said he was robbed.
Young couple bound for Crown
Point arrested, charged with speed-