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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 02, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
William Frazer, burglar, celebrated
successful job in saloon of Herman
Krull, 3100 N. Western av. Sentenced
to year in Bridewell.-.
W. A. Ultcht, 2147 Washburne av.,
arrested by government agents for
stealing eggs from parcel post.
Michael Chiappe, 2160 W. Lake,
fined $25 for giving false answers in
making out naturalization papers.
Said he was a cigarmaker. Keeps
Mrs. Rosa Johns, 2850 Lincoln av.,
found dead in kitchen. Heart dis
ease. Henry Thie, saloonkeeper, 800 W.
Madison, voluntary bankrupt. Assets
15,000. liabilities $127,000. Prin
cipal liability long-term lease.
Verna Schaer, 4, Oak Lawn, burn
ed to death. Dress caught fire. Gas
Chas. Gilbertson, former saloon
keeper, 3912 N. Kedzie, killed by a
Milwaukee av. car.
Hugh O'Brien, 367 W. Huron,
played horseshoes all the time. Wife
had him arrested. 200 days in Bride
welL Aloysius Katherin, 1712 Mohawk,
lost $45 to strangers by handker
Evanston police looking for tramp
who stole trousers of Harry Barrett,
210-pound justice of peace.
Donald Tracy, 7, lost part of foot.
Caught it in motorcycle chain.
Daniel Roper, 1st ass't postmaster
general, and Jas. Baker, sec'y U. S.
senate, spent yesterday probing the
needs of Chicago postoffice.
Willis Wright, pres. American
Banking Credit Co., suing Geo. Lytle
for $50,000. Says Lytle's letters dam
Johh Mikuso awarded $5,000 by
jury against Harris Morris and Mar
vin Kahn, former employers.
Fred Hubbard sued Nat'l Stamping
& Electric Works and R. J. McGrath,
clerk of superior court, who paid his
father $1,375 belonging to him.
Ernest Steen, 4428 Evans av., went
for walk June 21. Has not returned.
Cap't Jos. Smith ordered by Chief
Healey to keep close eye on tent col
ony, E. 76th and the lake.
Saloon license Al Sage, 613 W.
Madison, revoked. Told Edw. Keefe
he'd give him drink if he'd drink 10
Keefe died. A
Mrs. Amos Roberts, 19, admitted
receiving attentions from Stanley
Hauge, whom husband killed. ,
Four in auto robbed many on
North and West Sides and eluded po
lice after revolver battle.
Forty-seven Italians pleaded guilty
to fraud in use of naturalization pa
pers at election.
Government will tonight close it's
case against Associated Bill Posters.
John Leabe, no particular address,
given year in Bridewell. Picked wom
an's purse at "L" station.
R. B. Gorton, head detective agen
cy, and Herman Zeimer, 6131 S. Lin
coln, arrested, charged with running
Detective What's the meaning of
Embarrassed Young Man Well,
it's like this. I'm taking a course in
a correspondence school and yester
day those confounded sophomores
wrote to me and told me to haze my
self. Harper's Magazine