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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 13, 1912, Image 7',
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barn at 1725 W. Adams street,
few doors from Mary Thompson
hospital. Men did not ring gongs,
and worked noiselessly, not
Tony Rago, 457 N. Peoria, a
saloonkeeper, arrested, charged
with assault with intent to com
mit murder. Said to have fired
shot at Harry Newman, 1627
Burglars who "went through"
the Wexford building, 339 S.
Wabash, got $100 in cash, stole
square meal from restaurant,
helped themselves at cigar stand,
robbed safe and played game of
Rogers Park car hit express
wagon yesterday and destroyed
load of eggs at Clark and Illinois
streets. The driver escaped un
injured, but the destruction of the
eggs is the interesting and de
pressing feature of the accident.
Louise Quan, 31 years old, em
ployed at the home of H. J. Wal
lingford, 1315 Davis street,
Evanston, committed suicide last
night by turning on the gas.
Body of man found yesterday
at 22d street and Archer avenue
identified as Fred Erickson, 3856
W. 26th street. Police think he
was murdered and then robbed.
The Cubs yesterday traded
Catcher "Peaches" Graham to
the Phillies for Ward, a recruit
pitcher, and Qotter, who was with
the Quakers last year. Both are
youngsters, and Graham is begin
ning to "blow."
The majority of the candidates
for the Republican and Demo
cratic nominations for governor
are traveling' through the state
this week telling the people all
about themselves, and each de
claring he is the real little savior
of the peepul.
You'll find "truth" in a diction
ary. Saloons at Indiana and Clark,
948 W. Madison and 22d and Wa
bash raided, and eight alleged
pickpockets arrested. John Bing
ham, one of the prisoners, said by
police to have been indicted for
murder of Gustave Colliander, a
judge of election.
It is probable all union wood
workers will adopt the sugges
tion of the American Federation
of Labor that the former federate
with the United Brotherhod of
Carpenters and Joiners. Wood
workers are voting 20 to 1 in
favor of amalgamation.
Election commissioners are
planning to pay election clerks
and judges day they complete
work. Will eliminate brokers
who discount the vouchers.
George Cooper, who is alleged
to have attempted to obtain $10
from Mrs. Louise Tracey, 54 W.
Superior street, while posing as
a policeman, arrested. Said to
have asked "protection" money,
claiming her house was a ques
Seven alleged Italian gamblers
arrested by Maxwell street police
at 704 S. Morgan street. Keeper
escaped, and police were unable
to learn his name.
The trial of Rev. John Horton,
in jail at Joliet on a charge of
bigamy, was begun today. His
attorneys will attempt to prove
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