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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 03, 1912, Image 5',
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Henry E. Legler, librarian Chi
cago public library, elected pres-
ident American Library Ass'n in
annual convention at Ottawa,
-John Bralen, 6819 S. Lafln St.,
overcome by, heat while working
at 56th and Throop st.
Rose Cardello, 929 So. 5th ave.,
overcome while walking in S.
Ailleen Heppner, arrested for
pprjury in connection with recent
Clarence S. Funk-Mrs. Henning
scandal, released on $5,000 bonds.
Paul Palo, 4248 N. Ridgeway
ave., . probably fatally injured
wh'ile at work in new building, 61
W.' North Water st. 20-lb. stone
fell on head.
Earl McQuillen, St. Louis
American League tea mpitcher,
elopeci from Lovington 111, with
Beatrice Williams, heiress. Ar
rested at LaSalle st. station, but
later released. Will be married
Paul Kahle, 510 W. 28th st, se
riously injured when express
wagon on which he was riding
struck by State st. car at 13th st.
J. R. Deahl, official" of Cicero
flying field, arrested. Auto con
taining himself, 2 other men and
3 women, struck and broke leg of
Albert Ropinske, 1111 N. Paulina
st., at 13 th and Michigan.
'National bank examiners repre
senting States in convention in
6 men found Charles Bonga, 1820
iW Madison st, asleep in Union
Park and beat him and took $12.
x. Annie Ronplenello, 7, 557 For-
ED IN CHICAGO
quer st, had foot badly crushed
at Forquer and Jefferson, sts. hy
horse driven by Wm. 'Riordan.
Samuel Alzetti, barber, .Coal
City, 111 , near Joliet, 111., shot and
seriously wounded unidentified
man believed from Chicago, t .
Judge Owens, another one, of
Hearst's little politicians, is of the
opinion that Clark should have
Edward Burke, newsdealer,
jumped into east end of Washing
ton st. tunnel after quarrel with
another newsdealer. Fractured
Donald Patey, 7724 Hawthorne
st held up and robbed of $5 an,d
gold watch by lone bandit at 79th
and Vincennes av.
J. J. Corcoran, 358 S. Hamlin
ay.) and chauffeur, George Orth,
"each fined $50 in new auto court
for speeding'on Jackson 4lvd.
Judge Stewart leaves for vaca
tion July 10 and Judge Robinson
will probably take place on bench
of auto court
Chicago & Alton grade cross
ing at 37th st. and Kedzie ay.,
where so many accidents have oc
curred, has been abolished.
15 children were bitten by dogs
in Chicago yesterday.
Baroness Von Suttner, Austria,
will address National Educational
Ass'n, which opens convention
Haskell Lyon, 36, 5516 Mad
ison av , fined $200 and costs. Ad
mitted beating wife twice since
marriage ten months ago.' .. ,