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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 05, 1911, Image 6',
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LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOIDiFOkM
Jacoh-B. Hobbs, 1011 LaSalle
ave., last night presented his
home to the trustees of Grace
church as a refuge for girls.
Coroner's jury declared death
of Paul Franzel, 13, 1357 N. Irv
ing Park ave., shot and killed
Sunday in his cousin's home, an
Miss-Isabelle Turner, 5518 W.
Adams, has sued, Dr. W. Augus
tus Pratt, beauty doctor, $or $25,
OOO,1 alleging he destroyed' her
Beauty. She says she was good
lbokingonce. But now looks like)
an English, bulldog. "
John Stark held to grand jury.
on cnajrgc oi jruuoing gucsta ui
Chicago Beach hotel.
- Miss Virginia Brooks, West'
Hammond reformer, has declar
ed herself as candidal for mayor
of ttfat town.
f David Mawbood, paroled con
vict;. Forrest Knapp, Battle
Creek his brother-fri-Iaw, and'
Edward AJlen, a cousin, arrested.
Confessed niurder of Frederick'
jWennersfronv chauffeur, thV
xright'of August' 30, at Gary, 111.
George' Birch, John Lynch and
James Merizer implicated in. con
fession. Knapp says he fired" fa
tal jhots, and others helped
throw "Wennerstrom's body in
Fox river. -
The council last night passed
majority rep'o'rt on redistricting
with but slight changes.
" Also passed mayor's ordinance
merging proposed harbor com
mission with subway commis
sion. Passed" ordinance requiring
sale of vegetables by Weight.
James F. Long arrested in New
York and Francis Frick in Stt
Louis, charged with, defrauding,,
the First National Bank of GBW
cago of $5,000 on a New York
Mrs. M. L. Hedges, 2215 W.
Monroe, arrested, charged witrr
refusing to pay taxi bill of$15
Two other women- were in"maJ
chine with her.v She refused to
tell names. , A
J. H. Walden, with an office at
501. Plymouth "court, robbed of
$39 on Clark streetcar.
.Holes are being dug ior the:
erection of poles for street signs
in the downtown district. t
Mrs. T. D., Carter and son,
Thomas, 14, 242 Kenilworth dve-vi
Oak Park, had narrow escape,
from suffocation in early. mornX
irig'firel Mother was awakened
by flames and -rescued son, who.
.Over 300 empty purses, fauna
in mail, boxes in last three weeks .
Had "been cast awav by pickpocks
ets. ' ,
Dr. Robjfct,Sonnen.sfchein, 4744
Prairie ave., run 'down and prqb-
ably fatally injured by auto la'st,
night James Rogers, 4401 Mich
igan ave., driver of machine ar-r
Suggestion for a t"heroic" star
tue'on top of the Amefican-Exr
aminer cjiop suey building:. Wil1
li'e'Ranoften . Hearst , delivering,
knockout, punches to the ' TurkSj
with one hand, writing notesv tot
himself from Wu Ting-Fang-with
shackles off 'the Jews in Russfa