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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 09, 1912, Image 7',
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6701 Stoney Island ave., and es
caped with $85. One suggested
locking victims in ice box. "Too
cold," answered his pal.
Two robbers entered saloon at
W. Huron street and N. Hoyne
ave., called for drinks, then "stuck
up" the bartender and took $15
from cash register.
Two "friends" showed Fred
Wilt, 1814 Laffin, the "new Illi
nois Central station on the lake
front. He didn't see the station,
but his "friends" saw $11 of his
Jewelry valued' at $160 stolen
by a burglar from the residence of
H. Laturner, 5819 S. Sangamon,
Christmas morning, returned yes
terday through the mail.
Rube Marquard, who flashed
for the Giants last year, has sign
ed a three-year contract to pitch
for New York.
The loop coppers were warm
ed up yesterday. J. S. Temple
ton, who initiated the coffee fund
idea, distributed 36 gallons of cof
fee and 800 sandwiches among
the traffic squad.
Three men called at back door
of Alex Her'boy, 429 W. 28th
place. Fresh eggs, 30 cents a
dozen," they yelled. Herboy
opened the door. Men bound and
gagged him, threatened his wife,
and then escaped wth $300 they
found in a bureau?
Any man should be suspicious
when he hears eggs hawked at 30
cents a dozen.
The artistic gentleman who ap
propriated the two grips of dia
monds in Spaulding" & Co.'s
Wednesday, is still at large, or at
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some ' other place equally in
Walter Natelspn, who resides
at 938 Sheridan road, fined $300
and costs as proprietor of Em
press hotel, 1110 N. Clark street.
Several men and women arrested
there in raid Saturday night.
Judge Maxwell said he thought
place was disorderly house. k
George Larson, owner of
Transfer hotel, 1162 N. Clark,,
fined $300 on similar charges.
Leon A. Berezniak, attorney,
who says he is licensed in Indiana
and New York, sentenced to five
days in county jail for practicing
law in Illinois without permission
of the court.
City sealer has announced that
peddlers will be forced to respect'
ordinance compelling sale of'
vegetables by weight. Only about'
600 out of 1,000 peddlers have
provided themselves with scales.'
Robert L. Fortune, real estate
agent and broker, sued for sep--arate
maintenance by his wife,
who charged desertion.
Sort of mis-fortune.
Miss Josephine Besand, owner
of rooming house at 4450 Oaken
wald, arrested on complaint of W.
E. Essick, a former roomer, who
says she threw carbolic acid at
Catherine Jindholm, 11, 2419
W. 21st place, struck by switch'
engine on Northwestern tracks
and probably fatally injured. She
was picking up coal. .
William H. Thompson, alias
Drummond, who said he "lied to'
his wives and was kind to them,"1
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