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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1912, Image 5',
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Just after minister had said "I
'pronounce you man and wife" to
.W. F. Junge and Eleanor Roach,
Glenview, the lights went out.
Stayed out half an hour. Newly
weds blushing when they went on
Band of missionaries from Oli
vet Memorial Church, 701 Vedder
st, mobbed by Sicialians at Hob
ble and Larrabee sts.
Of course, it was quite wrong
of the Sicilians to mob the mis
sionaries, but why should the mis
sionaries have picked on the Sicil
ians? Strange as it may seem to some
people, Sicilians are Christians,
and, generally, very good Chris
tians. Yet some people always are
picking on them as good subjects
among whom to "do missionary
work," as if they were a lot of
South Sea cannibals.
Geo. Gardner and Richard Ken
nealy captured by police after at
tempt to hold up night ,clerk of
New London hotel, 2001 Wabash.
, Mrs. Mary Molocnek, 1920 Wa
bansia av., hugged and kissed in
dark room of her home. Thought
it was hubby. Very happy.
Then amorous one murmured
"darling," and Mrs. Molocznek
recognized voice, not of hubby,
but of Michael Matysek, a room
,. -Hubby came on the" run. De
cided wife had been untru& to
him. Chased her to W. Chicago
av. police station. Explanations
there. Matysek arrested for "im
personating a husband."
John Clifford, 13, 7631 Madison
av., badly hurt when string of
freight cars, between two of
which he was crawling, started.
Nine Chinamen arrested in raid
on gambling rooms in basement
of Quong Yen Grocery Co., 2125
Ben, Jacob and Issy Schwartz,
brothers, 2721 W. Division St.,
badly hurt when Center av. car
crushed into their wagon at
Street railway company kid
napped the three injured men,
taking them to Littlejohn Hos
pital. Police could not find where
they were for 24 hours.
Wm. Byers, 4507 Madison st,
fell from southbound Madison st.
car at Throop st. Injured. Kid
napped by street railway com
pany and taken to Littlejohn
Because her father threatened
to slap her in the mouth, Clara
Nenierovski, 1078 W. 14th St., at
tempted suicide with carbolic
acid. County Hospital. May re
cover. Mrs.. Lillian Heller, 322 S.
Green st, filled lamp with gaso
line instead of kerosene and is re
covering from the burns.
Mrs. Nellie Jones, 83, kicked
and beaten by roomer in her
home, 326 S. Peoria st. Abraham
Miller, 45, arrested on assault
Because he had no money Jas.
Keating was kicked in face and
body by 3 holdup men at Rush
and Michigan sts.
Joe McNier, 326 S. Center av.,
shot and lulled by Thos. Halley,
address unknown, in Enright &
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