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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 18, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:14; sunset, 7:28.
Three ministers, all past 70, ad-
mitted to Borrowed Tune club in Oak
Park. -v
Greek letter "frat" apologized in
Chicago Daily Maroon for pledging
seniors in U. high school.
Mayor Thompson invited to stop
( off at Omaha by mayor on trip to fair.
; Man giving name of Leo Anderson
arrested for passing bum checks on
t South Side merchants.
.- Hyman & Co., State st jewelers,
discharged from bankruptcy. Cred-
.- itors paid off.
i Frank I. Bennett, Joseph Downey
, and George Dixon considered for jobs
as school board trustee.
John Curran, 9721 Houston av.,
, suing five railroads using Western In-
i. tdiana tracks for loss of both arms.
Dragged under train.
. Judge Adelor Petit, circuit court,
' upon retirement, will resume practice
of law.
Body of baby girl, 1 mo. old, found
in drainage canal near Lemont
' Strangled by rope.
Clara B. Drake, widow, 2655 W.
Adams, shot self below heart Re
fused to tell reason.
August Lundquist, proprietor of a
,shoe store at 3108 Wentworth av.,
. suicided with. rope. Ill health.
Frank Corel, Newton Falls, O.,
mailed counterfeit quarter to Chief
Healey. "Rude way to treat visit
ors," he said.
Frank Quirk and Frank Anderson
arrested by Detective Sergeant Coan
for trying to pick pockets. Coan was
disguised smoking corn cob.
Att'y Borrelli to go before supreme
court for reversal of conviction of
Pasquale Forte, his mother and sis
ter, for murder of A. Morasco.
Morris Singer, merchant, wants to
be bankrupt Liabilities $100,000, as
sets $25,000.
Body of unidentified man taken
from lake at foot of South Water st
About 40 jears old. Poorly dressed.
Harry Graham, distillery agent, ar
rested for "con" game. George Gra
ham, saloonkeeper, 5514 S. State,
ordered liquor which never came.
West Park Motorcycle Cops Crow
ley and Pollack arrested ten speeders.
Geo. Carlson arrested after chase
in which Detective Sergeant Curran
fired several shots. Alleged to be
robber. Companion escaped.
Henry Haberkamp sentenced to six
months in Bridewell for visiting home
of estranged wife at 2933 Milwaukee
av. and slashing her with penknife.
Police looking for Mrs. Lydia Van
dervoot, 60, escaped from Dunning.
Mayor .Thompson revoked three
saloon licenses. Open on last elec
tion day.
Five bicycles reported stolen from
loop district in last week. Police
looking for thieves.
300 shade trees to be planted in
city's streets by Municipal Art Com
mission. Four teachers and six pipils in Oak
Park high school striken by typhoid
in last 4 months. Health officials
looking for source of infection.
Eight women, arrested in a raid on
Pxed Potthast's saloon, Van Buren
and State, discharged by Judge Wells.
Mrs. Laura Martin gave husband
her love and money when she mar
ried him. Lost both. Granted divorce.
Ike Berger, prop, of New Douglas
hotel, 5502 Cottage Grove, granted
change of venue by Judge Heap. Said
judge would be prejudiced because of
story in paper.
State's Att'y Hoyne to file a num
ber of suits testing the right of own
ers of personal property to refuse to
file sworn schedules.
Rotary club, meeting on board the
steamship North American at Wau
kegan, sent wireless message of con
gratulation to mayor regarding strike.
Many ad men in town for conven
tion next week. 10,000 on way.
Mrs. Gilson Gardner, speaking be
fore meeting of Congressional Union,
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