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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 17, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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t 'without a license. First time in 10
John Backley, 2716 Wallace, held
for $10,000 for murder of Thomas
Healey,.who he struck and killed dur
William Wilkins shot Frances Ho
gan in right wrist after taking $10
frpmher in Wilkin's saloon, 5823 S.
May. Both arrested.
Dr. E. J. Lewis, 5511 -Cornell av.,
-discharged for speeding to patient
Vincepzo Collaro denies he killed
Mrs. Helen Fisel, 1137 Washington
"blvd., last February.
Albert Kirkjean, 631 2. Ellis av., bor
rowed $350 from Margaret Fenner,
5647 Blackstone.. Refused to pay,
but -offered to marry. Held to grand
Burglars entered apartment of Mrs.
Lottie Hefferan, 42 Walton pL, and
took $300 worth of. jewelry. Harry
Kelly, electrician, being held.
Mrs. Margaret O'Brien and Edith
Olson held to grand jury for robbery.
Jas. Morrison, escaped convict their
accomplice, ordered back to prison.
H. Simon held up in his hat store
at 1604 W. 12th by two boys with, re
volvers loaded with blanks. Got $200.
, Louis Shapiro arrested coming
out of St Patrick's church. Had ro
sary, prayer books and pair of wom
en's gloves., , ' ,
'Chicago & Milwaukee electric road
will accept cash fares again. Citizens
protested against new rule.
Rob't Staehle, salary loan agent,
39 W. Adams, suing Hamilton club for
$200 assignment for wages.- Richard
Brundage, night clerk, says he bor
rowed $15 and quit paying when he
paid back $68.
Judge Barrett refused to accept
plea of .guilty in case of Russel Peth
rick, accused of murdering Mrs. Ella
Coppersmith and her 3-year-old son.
. Pefer Heim, 69, married Mrs. An
nie Joost, same age, deceased wife's
sister. Children objected to marriage.
'.'Loved her 30 years."
. Mrs. Olive Monfort filed suit against
Sinai Social center for two rings she
T says attendant failed to return to her
after a swim.
Burglars took $2,200 worth of sil
verware and clothing from home of
Dn E. J. Senn, 37 E. Schiller, while
he was on. vacation.
Committee from American Ass'n of
Orifical Surgeons to test prisoners
sentenced to jail in Judge Burke's
court Will perform operations if
men give their consent
. A. B. Beachy, insurance agent,
dead. Taxi crashed into auto. Chauf
ieur and two. women in taxi disap
peared. Semi-centennial celebration of
emancipation, closed at Coliseum.
100,000 people attended.
Miniature Atlantic City to be built
near Hammond, Ind., for Chicago au
Waiter Finley, 454 W. 42d, shot
twjce in leg. Says he quarreled with
Thirty-five firms, alleged violators
of smoke ordinance, arrested by in
spectors under Wm. Reid, their, chief.
I. C. road and Armour & Co. reported.
' Harry Elson, 4053 Prairie av., res
cued when he jumped into lake at the
foot of 39th. Pulled out Refused to
tell reason. , . ,
Oakland Business' Men's ass'n to
hold festival from Sept. 27 to Oct 4.
Henry Cop, janitor for Albert
Fuch's building at 823 Sheridan rd.)
arrested while cutting down a tree
Horace Brand, editor of III. Staats
keitung, says that action of club in
refusing his application for member-:
ship shows it Seeks .publicity at the
expanse of tact
U. of C. freshmen to be escorted
about campus first week by upper
class men. Will learn ropes and pre-i-cedents.
Highland Park Woman's club wants
policewomen to protect girls.
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