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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 14, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 30',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:27; sunset, 7:24.
Board of education welfare com
mittee meets Thursday aftempon.
Walter Steffenr- until recently in
TJ. S. attorney's office"; now ass't cor
poration counsel. Salary $3,000.
Council police committee recom
mended adding 15 lieutenants and .15
sergeants to police force.
i Geo. Woods, chief deputy Bailiff,
municipal court, given bunch of 60
American beauty roses by office at
taches in honor of birthday.
Sam'l Lerner asks injunction re
straining Cafe Bristol, 6319 -S. Hal
sted, from ousting his checkroom.
Cafe cites new anti-tip trust law.
Mrs. Sabina Mihalak. 3909 W. 47th,
sued Kostanty Mikucki, same ad
dress, for $5,00. Slander charged.
State public utilities commission
refused to grant city of Berwyn's pe
tition that trolley fare to Chicago be
reduced to 5 cents.
Adam Poppert suing Mrs. Wm. T.
Foster for $50,000. Auto injury.
Lyman B. Kilbourne and Harry
Thornburgh of C. H. Weaver & Co.,
67 W. South Water, arrested on fed
eral bench warrants, charged with
conspiring to ship two carloads of
Arguments continue in federal
court as to sufficiency of indictments
charging 100 electrical dealers and
labor leaders with restraint of trade.
Laboshi Bertie, 9241 Chauncey,
killed by B. & O. freight train.
Walter Kumka, 17, clerk, 3132
Mosspratt, dead. Fell 3 floors down
elevator shaft at 1200 W. 35th.
Arthur Poole, 3420 Indiana av.,
held to grand jury for con game.
Complaint of South Side druggists.
Geo. Berger, 14, 4434 Francisco,
booked as 1 of 3 robbers who killed
John Mozier, saloonkeeper, 4622 S.
Western av. Denies charge.
Louis Maier, 156 W. 46th, arrested
for peeping into room of fiance. She
didn't want to prosecute. Judge dis
Sol Williams, colored, unable to,u
produce crap shooters who partici
pated in game in which Al Stroude,
lost money. Held to grand jury.r
Stroude says he was robbed.
Body of Ben Silverman, 4938 In-.,
diana av., taken from lake at GrancU
av. Brothers think death accidental
Case against John Veloti, 1117 S."""(
Wabash, owner of monkey who bit
girl, continued to see if animal has-
Film exploded in Criterion theater,
1220 Sedgwick. Audience orderly. 0
Zander Zanders, Oaklawn farmer,,
killed by HL & Northern train at '
Blue Island and Western.
Anthony Yamcyeik held to grand,,,
jury for murder of Vincent Predeski,,,,
1217 W. 32d.
Joe Salapatek, factory hand, died.t.
in Pullman hospital. Fractured skulL,
Was in fight in Phoenix, 111.
Body of Frank Bocan, Berwyn, '
found dead in gas-filled home. Be-t.r
lieved to have been there several
days. Wife and children visiting.
Dr. Eugenia Culver, Glencoe, want.
to adopt Lillian Adams, 3, now in care
of I1L Home and Aid Society. i
Evanston city council appointed
Caroline Guthrie, recent graduate o'f"
Northwestern, to play director o'
Mason park playground.
Double funeral today in St Bren,;'j
dan's Catholic church of Brendoi
McHale and Martin Hogan, who were
drowned in Marquette park lagoon. .,,
Leo McQuade, 3720 Cottage Grove,.,,
av., arrested for trying to pick Att'y
E. B. Felsenthal's pocket ir,
Victoria Ulman suing Macia Lupa1fl
for $25,000 because he married an"-;,,,
other girl. , i
Temperature of .water off Wilson,
beach was 74 degrees yesterday. De-f,
crease of 8 degrees in 12 hours. .v,
Dr. Hugh Pribyl, 5422 Ingleside av.n
bitten by cat. Now in "hospital Cat's "
brain being examined. n-
Earl Babst,- 45, elected president olC
American Sugar Refining Co., a $90,- "