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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 30, 1912, Image 7',
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CHICAGO DOINGS BRIEFLY TOLD
Judge Caverly fined 11 ped
djars $5 and costs for crying
S. W. Harris, cigar dealer, 29
E. 18th" street attacked and beat
en by three hold-up men in store
k last night. They escaped with
'Pat Crowe-fined $5 and costs by
Judge Beitler for disorderly con
duct, after promising to resume
stroll on the "straight and nar
row." Michael Barini and Vincenzo
Tornabene, peddlars, 858 Gault
Cout, robbed of $183 by armed
bandit near Franklin Park.
Wm. Semenorff, 1715 N, Park
ave., became insane in cell at Chi
cago ave. Knocked down lock
up keeper and attempted suicjde
by battering Jhead against wall.
A. D. Norton? Q, 158 W Huron
street,' fined $100 and costs for
beating wife and daughter, 3
years old. Child removed to hos
pital. . v
H J. Stark, detective bureau,
Sergearit Frank C. Snyder, Rog
ers Park, and Patrolman W. E,
Eck, Austin police veterans, re
tire from active duty today.
k Case against Rev. v Frank De
Groth, head of new cult, and 4
fojlowers, continued by Judge
Caverly because of- absence of
Complaining wjtness, Arthur So
derxjuist, 304 W. Division street.
' A report emanating' from ML
Vernon, Ills., says that Mrs. Ger
trude Gibson Patterson went
down on the Tetanic.
Mrs. Max Friessa, 3930 No.
Leavitt street, arrested yesterday J
for jabbing umbrella into face and
ribs of J. L. Morris, conductor,
So. Ashland ave. car, after he re
Fred Wagner, 1008 N. Western
ave., 40, killed by Milwaukee ave.
car at Augusta street
Miss Maza Osborne, 1924 No,
Park ave., who shot and wound
ed Dr. W. D. Fjscher, freed after
doctor said it was accidental.
Mrs. Bertha McPherson, 4541
So. Paulina street, principal wit
ness for Hilaire LeSage in recent
divorce trial, had" husband Wil
liam arrested for wife abandon-t
ment Shehas twice sought sep
aration. Last December sne at
tempted to take own life and that
of her daughter, (?, who died Sat
urday of throat trouble. McPher
son lives at iiome of Mrs. LeSage.
f Fireman found body of Peter
Musso, 29, with two bullet
wounds, when called to extin
guish flames at lOlLLarabee st,
Elizabeth Doyle, 14, who, lives in
room below, said .she heard shots
about 2 a. m. and saw man run
ning from room. Police wer,e
called Sunday to stop quarrel be-
4 tween Musso and wife.
Declaring that "Everybody
fakes advantage of women.," Mrs..
Many Fuchs, 3446 No. Robey st.,
attempted suicide. I Rescued by
pulmqtbr. Will live.
Former Police Captain Charles
Rehm, 7fit died last night at home
qf niece, "Mrs. T, H. Devereaux, '
4027 Sheridan road.
The Hearst papers evidently
are determined to discover that,
Mrs. Gertrude 'Pattersoneither