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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 02, 1912, Image 5',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
James Doyle, third baseman of
the Cubs, died last night in St.
Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N.
Y., from the effects of an opera
tion for appendicitis, performed
several days ago.
Michael Strom, 72, 717 W. 21st
street, a veteran of the civil war
fined $200 and costs by Judge
Himes on serious charges pre
ferred by Mary Rheha, 15, 617 W.
18th street, and Anna Martin, 15,
619 W. 18th.
Nearly $1,500 found sewed in
underwear of Thomas Connelly,
who died at County hospital to
day. Had applied for treatment,
saying he was penniless.
William Patch, 936 W. Adams;
James Adams, 117 W. Michigan,
and James Redmond, 1225' W.
Madison arrested as leaders of
pickpocket gang which has been
operating on North Side.
The groundhog saw his shad
ow and crawled back into his
Joseph Franco and Vito Serris,
thought to be Vito Prescia, ar
rested in connection with shoot
ing of "Policeman Brower. Po
lice are trying to connect them
with kidnaping of Antonia Mar
giore, jr., and the murder of the
Marello brothers last night.
Former Municipal Judge Man
cha Bruggemeyer and his foster
mother, Mrs. Roberta P. Zimmer
man, were married today. The
bride is about three years older
than the groom.
Miss Bernadetta Waugh, 16,
will ask warrant for' arrest of
street car conductor named Horn-
berger today. Says she boarded
Wentworth Tear at 39th, and con
ductor refused her transfer and
tried to eject her from car. Claims
he struck her and kicked her hat
through car. Tried' to have her
arrested when car reached Clark
street station, but police declined'
George Robins, 1024 S. Lin
coln street, found unconscious at
Halsted and Division streets.
When revived told police he had
been assaulted by crew of N. Hal
sted street car.
Vincent Hannah, 943 W. Mon
roe, driver, and Mrs. H. C. Bull,
Oakwell, N. Y., passenger, in
jured when Parmelee bus was
struck by street car at Harmon
place and-Wabash ave.
Louis Creptow, a clerk, 1325
Wells street, arrested in Lincoln
park on complaint of four little
girls, who said he annoyed them.,
Dying from tuberculosis, Mrs.
Mary Smolarker was found lying
on a pile of rags on the floor of
her home, 1213 Sinnott place,
early today. Had no fod for four
days. According to ambulance
surgeon, her husband was lying
on the floor intoxicated. Husband
has not worked for two years, and
wife has supported him by wash
ing. Ada Hendricks, 840 Dearborn
ave., alleged shoplifter, held to
grand jury in bonds of $1,000.
Joseph E. Howard, the actor,,r
was adjudged a bankrupt in the
U. S. district court yesterday.
Liabilities, $54,149.74; assets, $65.
Marguerite Sylva, the comic