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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 18, 1912, Image 8

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Hal E. McNeil, civil war vet
eran and wife, 3430 W. 53rd St.,
reported to Judge Sabath that
they were starving. Sabath sent
$5.
Wild monkey bit dog belong
ing to L. Kahn; 939 Plymouth
court. Escaped from Wells-Far-go
express wagon, hidden in
basement on Plymouth court.
Mrs. Regina Huck and Wil
liam Goetler, accused of having
murdered Nellie Goetler by beat
ing her to death, found not guilty
by jury in Judge Petif's court.
Ferdinand Meeshede, said to be
leader of -gang of thieving ser
vants, held to grand jury by
Judge Maxwell.
Judge Himes announces that
allauto-speeders brought before
him will be fined $25 and costs
for first offense and $200 and
costs for second.
Philip Frees, 3444 W. Chicago
ave., who fired shot, taken into
f custody by juvenile officer and
paroled to parents.
Mrs. Catherine Guth, 43, 1859
Maud ave., commitCed suicide by
cutting throat with razor, body
found at 6:30 this morning. De
spondent 'because daughter elop
ed several months ago.
14-year-old boy contracted
Scarlet 'fever in Juvenile Horne,
771 Ewing st. Inmates quaran
tined Mrs. Stephano Sitka, 953 W.
Chicago ave., and daughter,
Wladislund, 20, probably fatally
"burned when gasoline, with
Mrs. Julia Gore, 73 W. 16th
St., had husband, Frank Gore, ar
rested. Wouldn't kiss her. Case
continued.
Edward McLaren, commission
merchant, 22 W. So. Water st.,
disappeared from home, 810
Buckingham place, last Tuesday.
Farnom Fish, boy aviator, ar
rested as he alighted in Grant
Park to save life.
John J. Flynn, saloonkeeper,
7159 Central ave., fined $20 fpr
selling liquor to Joseph Dreisdale.
18. '
Alice Grant, 6, 58 Wajton
place, struck by auto owned by
John Barnett, and operated by
Harry Reynolds, 2144 Dayton st.
Reynolds drove child to hospital.
John Bishop broke plate-glss
window Vose Piano Co., 309 So.
Wabash, so he would be arrested.
Asked for life sentence when ar
raigned in court. To be examin
ed for sanity.
Warehouse of Chicago Coated
Board Co., 420 E. No. Water st,
destroyed by fire. $10,000 loss.
Edward Bodper, 1400 Hollywood
ave., pipeman, Engine No. 11, fell
in elevator" shaft. Skull fractur
ed. May die.
Florence White, 930 Castle
wood Terrace, nibbed of $10 by
woman she was assisting to cor
ner. Albert Fleischfrisser, 4436 Ar
mour ave., fined $25 for shooting
at sister, Martha Fleischfrisser.
Intoxicated.
Phillip Carl, 1706 W. Ohio st.,
'which mother was cleaning bed, dyer and cleaner, severely burn
ignited. ' jed by, explosion of gasoline in.

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