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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 23, 1912, Image 6

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his patient to undergo any more
mental tests until case of Niles,
Mich., bank against New York
Life Insurance Co. is called.
Sylvia Shapiro, 19, 921 Max
well St., overcome by gas in kitch
en. Revived by pulmotor. Said at
first she attempted sufcide, but
later denied it.
Recount of ballots in contest
between Joel Longenecker and Si
Mayer over Third Ward alder
manship will be held tomorrow-
May Gillette, 20, 8200 Washte
naw ay., filed $25,000 breach of
promise- suit against Timothy
McGuire, 3602 Archer av.
Joseph Emory, 12, 4932 S. Laf
lin st., while riding bicycle at W.
49th and S. Laflin sts., was acci
dentally shot by Nicholas Graffee,
14, 4858 S. Bishop st.
Clarence Knoll, 72, 6308 S. Car
penter St., seriously injured. Fell
from ladder while painting house.
Explosion started fire on 2nd
floor of building, 1441 Milwaukee
av., occupied by W. B. Levin,
tailor. $1,000 loss. Started panic
among patrons- of Star Theater
next door.
John Newton, 35, said to be
walking handbook maker, arrest
ed in Northwestern station. De
tectives claimed he-was accepting
be-ts. '
Judge Sabath -advocates passage
of law that would enable judges
to send "auto speeders" to jail.
Chief McWeeny yesterday de
manded rigid enforcement of dog
muzzle order.
Alpha Iron and James Hooli
gan, saloonkeepers, 1700 Austin
avc, badly cut when plate-glass.
window they were cleaning was
broken by wind.
Michael Szysnowski, 1219 Holt
ave., fined $5 and costs for "kick
in' his haun' aroun'."
Auto dog-catcher wagon was
placed in service today.
Edward Clow stole alarm clock
becduse he was so anxious to get
up and enjoy the morning air. 20
days. -
Fire in broom factory at Bride
well caused panic among 330 pris
oners last night. $10,000 damage.
' P. F. Deahl, 50, 6720 Bennett'
av., laundry owner, placed under
$500 peace bond for assaulting
Mrs. Anna Hills, 5824 S. Park av.
William Egan, 15, 3200 Prairie
av., shot and seriously wounded
by John Winters, driver Imperial
Laundry Co. Companion of Egan
had thrown stone at Winters.
Thomas Sherman arrested for
pandering after hard fight with 2
detectives in Inter Ocean Hotel.
Ethel Akers, twenty-two, Colo
radp Springs, complainant. J
Martha Rehwuelukel, 11, 5206.
Bishop st, struck" and seriously
injured by motorcycle driven bv -AdolphTCoecher,
22, 5334 S. Win
chester av. Was alighting from
car at Laflin and W. 51st sts.
, Edward Krueger,7,2657 South
port av., struck and severely in- (
jured by auto truck '-owned by
Chicago Sash and Door Co. and
driven by Frank R. Houle, 1919
N. 41st av.
Harry H. Fuller, claim agent
Chicago Railways r Co., arrested .
for speeding on Washington blvd.
Fined $100 and costs by Judge
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