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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 26, 1912, Image 11

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Edwin Dustin Ruggles, High-l
landmark, accused of operating
confidence game, waived examin
ation. Judge Maxwell announced
intention of holding him to grand
jury, but delayed action to give
Ruggles time to arrange bond.
James McQuaid, 6803 S. Hal
sted st., arid John Kent, chauf
feur, severely "burned when gaso
line tank exploded and destroyed
McQuaid's auto, near Robey, Ind.
Judge Rooney, after forcing H.
S. Evans, 5669 Magnolia ave., to
don $45 English suit for which
he refused to pay M. Uebele &
Son, tailors, on ground that it
was too tight, decided he looked
real cute in it and ordered him to
pay.
Mrs. Daniel Hendricks, 10149
Vincennes ave., dreamed her son,
Charles, initiate of Kankakee asy
lUtn, had escaped and was choking-
her to death, called up asy
lum and found, that he had really
escaped. Found at State and
Madison and locked up.
Anna Holmes, 45, 2762 Lincoln
av., struck and killed at Racine
av. and.'Djversey, blvd. by auto
owned and driven by Joseph
Kulp, 443 N. Kedzie a.
Ernest H. Linholm, 19, arrest
ed for abduction of Louise
Schram, 17, 520 E. 63rd st, whom
he took to home qf Helmer Soder
stroln, 48 W. Ohio str after al
leged prqmise of marriage.
Carlton Plassen, 14 John Kin
dle; 12, and Fred Now, 11, escaped
from Illnois Children's Home and
Aid Society, Washington st and
Ridge av., Evanston. Still at
large. t .
20 horses burned, to death and
same number saved in fire at Con
sumers' Hay and Grain Co., 148
N. Ann st. Loss $10,000.
Dr. Thorkild Rovsing, Copen
hagen, who is visiting city, said
that American surgeons excel on
technical side, but foreigners
were more scientific. '
Henry Balke, 41, 1641 Melrose
st, who escaped from Dunning
as.ylUmweek ago and returned
home and beat wife with ham
mer, captured in woods near
Palos Park after struggle in
which he tore clothes from Police-
man Thomas Cody, Deering sta
tion. Morris Miller, 20, 816 Edge
comb pi., dived from pier at Bryn
Mawr av. Htead struck bottom.
May'die. Rescued from drowning
by Howard Metz, 5533 Bryn
Mawr av.
Hazel Rudnick, 7, 110 So,
Spaulding st, killed by Madison
st. car at Spaulding st.
Mabel Rosnes, 24, 3636 No.
Francisco ave., attacked and mis
treated in front of 2908 LogaVi
blvd. by stranger who had fol-f
lowed her from "L" station. Urt-
der doctor's care.
Mrs. Dora Dadek and 4 chil
dren, found wandering at Grand
Crossing. Unable to speak En
glish. Interpreter called, said:
family were going to Duluth,
Minn., from Victoria, Mich., and,
husband had missed train.
Woman's party of Cook coun
ty held meeting at White City,
yesterday afternoon. Resolution
endorsing Roosevelt and Bryan
ticket started, arguments,
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