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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 07, 1912, Image 4',
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THIEF IS FINED HEAVY.
Colonel Frazee, 4442 Evans
avenue, was' fined $100 and cpsts
by Judge Going in Clark street
court this morning on a charge of
stealing and attempting to sell
three boxes of cigars.
Suspicions of the police were
aroused when they saw Frazee
trying to sell the sigars to a res
taurant keeper for half the whole
Frazee, who conducts a pool
room, claims to be a brother of
Seward C. Frazee, general mana
ger of the Nelson Morris packing
plants west of Chicago, with
headquarters in Kansas City.
Wm. Jones, 1735 Madison St.,
badly injured when auto driven
by A. G. Hepit crashed into his
wagon at Van Buren and S. Sac
-Steamer Tempest crashed into
Randolph st. bridge with so much
force that her mainmast was car
Edw. Ettinger, 15, 1814 N.
Kedzie av., struck and injured by
auto driven by Eugene Lewis, 328
Forest av., Oak Park, at Fifth
av. and Madison st.
Joseph B. Boyle, son of Former
Chief of Police Austin J. Doyle,
drowned in drainage canal at Le
J. T. Carleton, 6, 2255 S. Park
ave., run down and badly injured
by motor cycle ridden by H. Clau
sius, 4i E. Ohio st. Clausius held
Gust Geojgeses, 40003 Madison
gt, run down and badly, injured
by 12th st. car at Marshfield ave.
Kidnaped in street car corripany
Georgeses was left lying uncon
scious on the street, while the am
bulance was being telephoned for.
The street car company refused
to tell police where they had
Home of F. T. Richardson, 4154
Berkeley ave., entered by bur
glars and $100 stoldn.
F. S. Titcomb, 1837 Indiana
ave., struck by falling plank
while passing new building at 18
E. Jackson blvd. Taken home. -
Val Novak, 1356 W. 17th st.,
fatally injured by accident in
plant of American Car and Foun
dry Co-., S. Paulina st. and Blue
.Lester Hubbs, 217 W. Division
st., bitten on thigh by bulldog
owned by Louis Gulug, 206 Wells
Fire in Thomson & Taylor's
Spice Co.'s factory, 209 N. Mich
igan ave., caused $10,000 dam--age.
No one hurt.
Opal Hutchinson, 5, 2953 War
ren ave., painfully injured when,
run over by bicycle ridden Toy
Geo. Hayes, 2922 Varren aye. ,
Wm. Nelson, 72, veteran of
Civil War, who has practiced as
attorney in Desplaines St. 'police
station for years, arrested on
complaint of Irs. Henrietta.
Fried, 910 W. Washington blvd.,
"What is a1 pessimist, papa?"
"A pessimist, my son, is a fish
who thinks there is a hook in