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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 26, 1911, Image 6',
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C. L. McCoy, cashier for.Her-
ring-Hall-Marvin Safe Co.. 211
y. Washington street, robbed of
$250 and shot while in the office
Four persons hurt when auto
truck" hit street car at S. 48th ave.
and W. Harrison street, Austin,
John Kock, 1619 Larrabee, held
ip,at Estes and N. Clark, and rob
bed of clothes and shoes. Went
home in a barrel. He had a hat.
Harry Newman, 8, 1417 Edge
mont ave., struck and seriously
injured by motorcycle while on
way to Christmas party. Uncon
scious 24 hours. Motorcyclist es
caped. John Marks, alias William
Martin, 106 S. Halsted, arrested
on charge of beating Erick John,
attempted to hang himself with
necktie in cell at Desplaines street
The municipal courts were
crowded today with visitor suf
fering from a hangover Christ
mas. Frank Tesmar, 2618 W. 25th
street, shot and killed in saloon
brawl at 2200,-W. 19th street.
Paul Lepek, 2220 W. 19th street,
arrested, charged with the mur
der. Andrew Carlson, 657 W. 63rd
Btreet, shot and killed by Freder
ick Wohlfahft, a boarder in his
home, after a quarrel. Mrs. Carl
son heldlier husband's slayer un
til the police arrived.
W. Biddle, motorman Mrs.
Celia Belovitz, Miss M. Olson,
Miss Martha Bojoliden, Maurice
and John Hogan James Thomas
and Hanson Peterson injured in
crash of Ashland ave. and 47th
street cars at intersection o those
streets last night. None danger
Camelio Geoldini, on his way v
from San Francisco to Italy, stop
ped off here. Had been in city
an hour when two men met him
and represented themselves as old
friends. Took him to lumber dis
trict, held him up and robbed him
Nicholas Buchaloa and Joseph
Barnovitch, 1046 Frank street,
fellow,-roomers, argued over
money matters. Joe slashed Nick
on the forehead with a knife.
Thomas Karpusak, laborer,
Hawthorne ave. and W. 32rd
street, struck and killed by Illi
nois Central passenger train
while riding on hand car.
Dominick Francosco, 572 W.
Polk, stabbed and seriously
wounded last night in quarrel
with three men in front of 701
W. Polk. Refuses to give names
Gustave Velis, 902 Grand ave.,
attacked by two negroes last
night while waiting for car at W.
Chicago ave. and Gault court, was
cut on left side of cheek by one
Joseph Franket, asphyxiated in
his room at 8032 Bond ave., South
Chicago. Police inevstigating.
Personal Tom and jerry are
sojourning in our midst literally
in a good many cases. x
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Few men have to" advertise'
"standing room only" .far ideas r