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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wm. J. Hynes' will probated. Left
$300,000 to wife.
Rob't Larson, Jbitet pleaded guilty
to bringing Pearl Gallagher from Ne
braska to Chicago for immoral pur
poses. Geo. Baratta, 18, 1310 Cleveland
av., caught between street car and
elevated pillar. Narrowly escaped
Jos. Polep, 1532 Augusta, suing Hi
ronimus Gerlach, 1532 Augusta, $20,
000. Claims Injury from Gerlach's
Chas. M. Haft succeeds Bryan Y.
Craig as first assistant corporation
counsel. L. B. Anderson, 2821 Wa
bash av., made Haft's assistant.
Mrs. Carrie H. Fribley files petition
to require husband, Dr. Wilbur E.
Fribley, to give money for operation
on son's nose. Fribley said had he
known of operation he could have had
it done for nothing.
Mrs. Olive Schulz charges husband,
Wm. Schulz, Blue Island justice of the
peace, with nonsupport
Frank Koarnet, 3551 W. Courtland,
seriously injured. Motorcycle hit
street car, 12th and California.
Taxi turned turtle, Jackson blvd.
Edw. Millard, 7110 Cottage Grove av.,
cut and bruised.
Coroner's jury inquiry into death
of Salvatore Russo held Frank Mez
zatesta, 1118 Townsend, to grand
jury for murder.
Hugh Edwin, Louisville, wrote wife
at 882 Newport av. he was going to
drown self. Police caught him and
placed Mm In workhouse there.
Stink bombs thrown into hallway
of flat bldg. at 5632 Calumet av. Jan
itors on strike.
Elmer Frazier, 11717 Parnell av.,
arrested for contributing to delin
quency of children. Had charge of
boy scout camp.
Julius Homan, marine cook, held
to grand jury on old charge of rob
bery. Police arrested him when he
came back from trip to England.
Policeman Albert Hicklan, South
Chicago, held to grand jury on seri
ous charges preferred by giri.
Geo, Staehling, mgr. White Cross
Drug Co., pleaded guilty to selling
liquor to minor. Fined $10. V,
Clarence Brewster killed late
Thursday night when motorcycle col
lided with coal wagon. Chas. Beas
ley, driver, held for inquest
Three jurors tentatively accepted
in trial of Egan and O'Brien, charged
Leo Washut 3835 N. Kedzie, in
stantly killed in Goodman Mfg. Co.'s
plant, 49th and Halsted. Eight-ton
machine fell on him.
Adolph Katz and wife struck by
motorcycle, Michael Koletsky, 1300
W. 14th. Bruised.
Two of five men who strong-armed
LeRoy Quale, 22 N. Halsted, believed
captured in gun battle with Police
men Richard Gorman and Chas,
Jonas Lipsey, 4, 5902 N. Clark, hit
by Btreet car. Fractured skull.
Mrs. Mary E. Perrot guilty of vio
lating state liquor laws in not keep
ing register at her White Horse Inn,
2126 N. Clark. Put on 6 months
Packers will meet Monday to dis
cuss plans for lessening stockyards
smells. Nearby residents have asked
them to "can" it
Jos. Bechtel and Geo. Perham,
boys caught in Valparaiso, Ind.. com
fessed stealing auto of Dr. Chas. A
Lapin, 2834 W. 12th.
Jas. A. Shadrick, 702 N, State,
suing landlady, Mrs. Margaret Engle,
for $5,000. Flat so cold his roomers
cuss each morning, he says.
Peggy O'Neil, star of "Peg o My
Heart," wedded Jan. 11 to Tim D.
Frawley, general stage manager foi?
Oliver Morosco. News of wedding
just leaked out
Police found footprints near win
dow of Albert Gliser, murdered yes
terday In home of Mrs, Maleti