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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 08, 1912, Image 6

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Guggenheim-Wahl from William
Guggenheim in 1901 was lawful
and would stand.
' Elliott Ccnroy, 16, employed
in Hammond, Ind., theater, found
valuable diamond ring in show
house. Returned it to owner and
refused $100 reward.
As most of the nation's fiction
comes from Indiana, we are skep
tical about this story.
Judge Sabath decided that M.
F. Malloy, flat dweller, 4458 Cot
tage Grove ave., who was forced
to battle with rats who invaded
his apartment, killing 48 in two
days, was entitled to break his
lease.
What is believed to be the
smallest baby boy on record, or
earth,. was born to Mrs. James
Adams of Batavia. The child
weighs 1 1-2 pounds. He was
placed in an incubator.
Mayor Harrison frankly ad
mits he is a darn good cook, and
doesn't care who knows it.
Incidentally, the civil service
police commission is cooking up
a nice mess for the mayor these
days.
Sergt Bertram Cleghorn and
James C,. Hart of the detective
bureau ordered discharged from
police force. Were accused of
discharging firearms without
cause, '"iritoxication and disorder
ly conduct. They created dis
turbance in Pekin theater, night
of Jan14, and Cleghorn shot Po
liceman Nielson, who was trying
to arrest the pair.
Policeman William P. Baker,
colored', recommended for dismis
sal on charge of intoxication. He
was stationed at 35th" street.
Detectives raided place of Eu
gene Hustion, the negro coke
king, 2511 S. Dearborn, last night
arresting 13 men and 4 women.
Hustion was among them. Raid
ing appears to have little effect
on the operations of Hustion. He
was arrested a few weeks ago.
Said he .paid $5,000 a year police
protection.
Miss Emma Singer, a maid, em
ployed at the residence of W. M.
Salisbury, 1104 Lake Shore drive,
took five yards of blue silk ribbon,
tied one end around a towel rack,
made a noose of the Either, and
hanged herself. Left note to em
ployer apologizing for inconven
ience. Tom Murray said "meet me
face to face" to Porter M. Farrell
yesterday, and took the latter a
partner in Kis clothing business.
Earl Mosely, a Cub recruit
pitcher from Youngstown, Ohio,
who threatened for a time to be
come a holdout, came through
with his signed contract yester
day. Mrs. Dorothy Hunter, Brad
ford hotel, 3000 Michigan ave.,
has obtained warrant for arrest
of Dr. F. Deacon of Rhodes ave.
hospital. Says he struck her,
knocked her to floor and dislocat
ed her shoulder when she object
ed to being moved to smaller
room while in hospital for treat
ment. James Griffin, Wilmette. filed
suit for divorce against his wife.
Says rest of family was fed on
chops and other good things, and
all he got was piece of bread and

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