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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 16, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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given -by parents. Then boy lost job
and was pinched for speeding.
H. M. Byllesby & Co., Chicago
firm, gets control of several small
Trans-Atlantic lines between New
York and Sweden and Russia
Circuit and superior court judges
yesterday began drawing new salary
of $12,000 year.
Detectives had a hard time arrest
ing woman on Grand Trunk train.
Passengers tried to beat them up.
Frank Repetto, in Joliet ready for
execution as murdered. . gripped by
frenzy of fear. Drove everyone from
cell last night.
Eric Nordstrum, 367 W. Chicago
av., has filed about 100. lawsuits in 8
years. Has won none.
Austin folks held jolly picnic at
Carl Meyer, arrested after he ad
mitted story he told to police was
false, discharged in court Hazel An
derson, whom he claimed took
$1,400, also discharged.
Englewood police asked to search
for Mrs. Margaret Coper. 23, 948 W.
Marquette road, who disappeared
Dunning O'Brien Brown, born ih
50th st, station. Named after doctor
and policeman who assisted in birth.
D. C Bridges, 70, arrested for fail
ing to pay $1.50 cab fare. Paid $1
and was released by police.
E. Wakefield, farmer, Clinton, ill.,
had pocket picked of $170 in Lincoln
park. Left for home.
Michael Rausch. just in from New
York, had pocket picked of $340 on
64th st. car.
National legislative rivers and har
bors committee viewed harbor. Said
they would boost for breakwater and
Police looking for Clara Bohrisch,
17, 3819 Wallace, whose mother fears
she has eloped.
Board of education yesterday re
fused to collect claims of loan sharks
Asa Bacon, sup't of Presbyterian
hospital, to tell this afternoon how
milk may be kept sweet for week ty
Luther Pollard, colored, 5231 S.
' Wabash, arrested for selling movie
machine through mails when he had
Gottlieb Landis, Riverview, in
dicted as blind-pigger.
Gov. Dunne and official party left
Sam'l Alschuler, Aurora, appointed
chairman waterway commission. Sal-
f ary $6,000.
$7,262,535 assessment roll filed.
First step toward completing boule
Miss Marie Stavnes, domestic, 6306
Wayne av., suicide. Gas.
B. J. Smith, student Chi. College of
Medicine and Surgery, married Char
lotte M. Pearson, hospital nurse.
Jos. W. Paul bound and robbed in
livery stable, 227 W. 23d. $95.
Dr. Hugo Pribyl, 5422 Ingleside av.,
informed that cat which bit him had
rabies. To take Pasteur cure.
Joseph Morharda filed suit for $1,
000,000 against Eidolodrome Co., a
.corporation which was going to es-
lauuau siring ui uiuvie uuumcs.
Mrs. Cornelia Winn, public school
teacher, wants divorce on cruelty, de
sertion and statutory grounds. Also
suing husband for $25,000 for in
juries. Four derricks started to drive
9.200 piles, upon which will rest the
D. M. Pfaelzer, member of board of
assessors, says hereafter men getting
$100 a month or less will not be as
sessed on their property.
Mrs. Mary Gugo, Joliet, arrested
with. 2 children at La Salle st station.
Ran away from cruel husband. To
be sent back.
Exact, amount of money missing
under Administrator Francis Sulli
van's term of office as clerk of pro
bate court to be found out today.
Sophia Rochowiaka, 20, 1502 W.
1 17th, dropped dead in front of home.
C. H. Fanthan, piano tuner, Bur-
1 lington, Wisv registered at loop hotel
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