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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 12, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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charged with taking things from Wil
son beach locker.
Burglars got $81 and two motors
from Advance Motor Supply Co.'s
Three boys, running away from St
Charles Home for Boys, arrested
hen they abandoned horse and
uggy to. attend crap game.
Albert Anderson, wholesale tailor,
909 Lakeside pi., dead. Hardening of
Deaf mutes on way from N. Y. to
attend convention at Frisco, stopped
off to see "Birth of a Nation."
800 cavalrymen rode 36 miles in 10
hours yesterday. Maneuvers are over.
Aid. Carl Murray wants city coun
cil to appoint committee to welcome
Jane Addams home from war zone.
Lieut. Max Heidelmeier retired yes
terday. Given gold-topped umbrella
by men. "Always do your duty," he
told them with wet eyes.
Elizebth Clohessy, 1923 Shelby ct.,
who shot self after quarrel with her
sweetheart, died in hospital.
Friends of Francis Sullivan, former J
probate clerk, fear he has taken life.
Recent probe showed he failed to ac
count for small estates.
Ft. Wayne's police dog, "Shep," dis
appeared from South Chicago sta
tion, where he was assigned. Police
think he is working on case.
"Reformers do more harm than
good," Att'y Rob't Crowe told mem
bers of Detective Sergeants' ass'n.
Twenty detectives patrolling En
glewood in attempt to "find insane
man who assaults women.
Band unable to use Lincoln Park
band stand yesterday. Sun was too
hot. No trees near.
Mayor Thompson will not name
new fire chief until next fall. Has
not thought of new man for office.
Nicholas Kumas, 12, Canton, III.,
found in Lincoln park. Lived for 3
days on nuts thrown to squirrels.
Alfeged blind pig, Church st and
Prairie av., raided.
Two robbers took $10 and watch
from Rob't Kaplan, clerk, and $1.50
from Morris Howard, customer, in
Chas. Ruben's drug store, 3022
Sailboat The Cricket found drift
ing off 99th st with camping outfit
Benj. Lapin, 1810 S. St Louis,
fought holdup man. Knocked un
conscious. Thugs fled without get
J. E. Allen, 62, 3408 Fulton, missing
nine days along with $475 worth of
jewelry, walked into hardware store
and asked clerk to put jewels in safe.
Clerk called police. Says he has been
Bullets and stones fired at home of
Peter Smith, 1017 W. 14th pL Daugh
ter cut by flying glass. Smith knows
no reason for attack.
Walter Hayton, 769 W. Madison,
sprained ankle running from foot
pads. QUIGLEY DIED PENNILESS
Archbishop Quigley, who was head
of the archdiocese of Chicago con
trolled $70,000,000 worth of prop
erty, died penniless. Inquisitors who
thought him wealthy today discov
ered that what money he had was
long ago given to charity.
His body will arrive from Roch
ester, N. Y., tomorrow. There will be
three days of ceremonies. Following
services at the cathedral Thursday
morning, burial will be made at Mt
AUTOMATIC DEAL UP TODAY?
Automatic phone forfeiture ordi
nances may come to vote before the
council gas-oil committee today.
Pres. B. F. Sunny of Chicago Tele
phone Co. and telephone engineers
are expected to tell about intercon
nected operation of automatic and
manual phone lines. If forfeiture or
dinances should be beaten in com
mittee a minority report will be made
to council tonight. Aid. Henry Ber
gen, floor leader of Roger Sullivan
aldermen, is against the forfeiture
and in favor of "protecting the inter
ests" of investors. .
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