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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 11, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:25.
Four Hegewisch boys held to grand
jury on charges preferred by father
of 15-year-old girl. Police say they
have information involving 35 others.
Inquest over body of Wm. Farrell,
New York, continued. Physicians un
able to say whether ulcer or dose of
carbolic acid caused death.
Cap't Chas. Carland, head of U. S.
lifesaving station, says city is crim
inally negligent in failing to provide
safeguards against drownings.
Henry Bridenthal, 839 George,
killed by auto delivery wagon driven
by Frank Lundgren at Wolfram and
Halsted. Lundgren held.
Auto bandits in stolen auto robbed
four drug stores of $50.
Mrs. L. "Wilson, 2507 Leland av.,
badly hurt by auto of August Bon
toux, pres. of Natl Forwarding Co.
Judge Scully soon to return to um
cago. Is getting over nervous break
down. Frank Dwyer, 14, 3853 W. 14th,
badly hurt. Hit by auto.
Joseph Turek, wanted for $750 em
bezzlement in Chicago, arrested in
Experimental farm in Garfield park
coming along fine. Park gardener
has fresh lettuce, tomatoes and rad
ishes for sale.
Warren Patrick, western represen
tative of New York Clipper, disap
peared. Police probing.
George Drews, 1910 N. Harding av.,
granted divorce. Wife deserted him
when he placed her on diet
Jas. Dillon, 16, 222 Goethe, climbed
pole and touched live wire. Dead.
Chicago police looking for big
green auto which kidnaped George
and Joseph Lyons, 10 and 8 years old,
from their Pontiac home. Mother be
lieved to be trying to get them away
Anthony Saragusa, saloonkeeper,
837 Grand av., served 5 months in
Bridewell for crimes of another. Re
Police and two holdup men staged
revolver battle at Paulina and Lake.
Three shot, Henry Johnson, robber,
seriously. Tried to hold up store
keeper. Ashland-Twelfth bank to pay 25
cents on dollar. One of Lorimer-Mun-day
chain of banks.
Theater at 336 S. State granted
back license, which was taken away
month ago when Egyptian dancers
began to think they were in Egypt.
George Barrett may displace Ed
way Taylor, 20th Republican judge,
with 512 votes.
Strip of Bubbly creek from Ash
land to Western avs. to be filled by
Building Commissioner Erickson".
asked Mayor Thompson if he could
quit office yesterday. Case hanging.
Austrian and Hungarian copper
smiths busy in barn at Lake and
Sheldon. Thought to be manufac
turing war supplies.
Judge Landis overruled pleas of
abatement of 34 members of Chicago
Lighting Fixture ass'n, who claimed
indictments were invalid because of
long session of grand jury.
Woodlawn Business Men's ass'n
elected officers in Hotel Hayes.
Jas. Julien, pipeman Engine Co. 52,
arrested for assaulting Cap! Joseph
Donlin. Fight followed argument
over Julien's duties.
D. O. Sullivan, 5223 Emerald av.,
kill by auto of John Tobin, 5707 S.
Sangamon, who was held.
Chicago lost two cases in appellate
court. Carrie Dracass, who fell on
sidewalk, awarded $5,750. $75 fine
against Peter Delich for resisting cop
Seven men held to grand jury for
selling booze in Desplaines. Ran a
Man taken from river at Wilson av.
Believed to be Chas. Bergman, 2525
Rhine, who disappeared May 28.
Waukegan grand jury called 500
witnesses to testify against Lake