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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 03, 1912, Image 7

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Pat Crowe, noted for kidnap
ing and turning oyer new leaves,
fined $100 for annoying 3 girls
ranging in age from 8 to 11. '
Leon Baer, son of Simon Baer,
734 S Marshfield ave., struck by
swing, died at University hospi
tal. Man who was struck by joy
riders' Uto at State and Polk
early yesterday morning identi
fied as James Hurget, Soldier, Ky.
Mr. and Mrs. N. F. Anderson,
George and John Hanley, on way
to home in Granger, la., in Geo.
Hanky's new auto, killed when
struck by Northwestern overland
limited at Geneva, 111., grade
crossing.
Judge Baldwin, on complaint
of Midnight Mission, 2136 Ar
mour ave., issued temporary in
junction restraining Cora Abbott
from running dive, 2132 Armour
ave.
Shively L. Bireley, Marion,
Ind., owner of building, also in
volved. Subcontractors that did work
on Oak Forest infirmary have
filed suit for $800,000 against
county.
Marie Stevens, 6804 Sangamon
St., who disappeared from home
Saturday, found on 'lake shore
with George McKenzie, barten
der. 'Juvenile court.
Samuel Hawkins, 18 W. Su
perior st fined $100 and costs
for beating wife.
Walter Stevens, indicted for
labor slugging and Who forfeited
bonds 8 months ago, surrendered
himself yesterday.
Mrs. Ada Farr, 769' Boston
ave., fell to street while was
3rd story window. SkuH
tured. County hospital. Will
die.
Mrs. Mary Baskerville, 923 W.
59th St., testified that Mrs. C. J.
Eck, "Mrae. Rose Zell," 745 W.
62nd st., swindled her out of $30
by agreeing to cure her daughter
of tuberculosis by "divine heal
ing." Arthur Friedman and Charles
and Edward Barrett, trust paper
sluggers, held pending inquiry by
grand jury into murder of Frank
Witt, street car conductor, who
was shot June 15 in riot alleged to
have been started by strikebreak
ers. John Wickman, 5735 S. Aber
deen st., severely bruised by auto
of Christian Lindemann, 333
Stanley terrace, at Chicago av.
and N. Clark st.
Mrs. Mary Follan, Beloit, Wis.,
found ( wandering in streets at
Dearborn and Washington. Tak
en to home of son, Anthony Fol
lan, 220 Locust st.
Aillen Heppner, who testified
that she had seen Clarence S.
Funk in room with Mrs. John S.
Henning, arrested. Charged with
perjury. '
Fred B. Sachs, 517 E. 50th st;
Charles Asbury, 512 E. 35th St.,
and Free Johnson, 3111 S. La
Salle St., arrested for gambling in
White Sox ball park.
Aid. Beilfuss will represent
Chicago at city planning congress
to be held in Winnipeg July 15-17.
Theodore Netzel, 54, 3741
Southport av., arrested on charge
of non-support, said that wife and
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