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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1912, Image 5

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Andros Capsofuis, 524 W. Chi
cago ave., robbed of $22 while
sleeping in Grant park. Bernard
Rathy, John Tuohy and Anthony
Samson arrested. Policeman
saw one of men leaning over Cap
sofuis. Thomas Kheeland fined $1 for
annoying passerby in rear theater
on S. State st. Judge Going paid
fine, as Thomas did not have it
and had to get to work early in
morning or he would lose new
job.
Arthur Baker, negro, held to
grand jury charged with break
ing into grocery store of Wil
liam 'Preis, 1938 W.Lake st,
stealing goods valued at $85, and
$2635 cash, '
; Edward Ellis, 9, 2926 Wilcox
ave., jumped from rear of ice
Wagon in front of Madison street
car at Madison st. and California
ave. Cpunty -hospital.
Mrs. David Bartley, 127 N.
Morgan sf., found dead in bed
at her home today. Gas.
Two men held up and robbed
W. W."SchuItz,"Pres. of Schultz
Cowan Lumber Co., of $3.60 and
some jewelry, at the east end of
22nd st. bridge. Tony Delmagro,
'1912 S. Wabash ave,, and John
, Samson, 3822 Parnell ave., ar
rested. P. A. Farrington, plumber,
fpund dead in gas filled room in
Paris hotel, 538 S. State St. Sui
cide. Desppndent over failure to
:find work.w-
Walter Klocka, 24, St. Louis,
brought to. Chicago charged with
grand larceny. Catherine; Daley,.
2402 N. C&rk sj.rsays he stole
two manuscripts of plays while
attending school conducted by
Miss Daley.
Roseland theater, 11305 Mich
igan ave., has been ordered clos
ed by building commissioner. Did
not comply with safety provisions
of ordinance.
Charles Heyburg, 1317 Maple
wood ave., arrested charged with
having sent out "fake" letters for
a dinner for Mayor Harrison.
Harold Whitaker identified
Heyburg as the man who. gave
him letter for "Jack" Johnson,
negro pugilist.
Saloon license of Paul Schoop,
421, Wells st, has been revoked.
Benjamin Carpenter complained
that women entered saloon alone
and came out with a man.
Erwin Theise, 3516 N. Irving
ave., athlete, suing his wife, Mrs.
Viola Theise, for divorce.
Charges her with infidelity, nam
ing Thomas Wilson.
Frank Maloney, iron molder,
Pittsburgh, arrested charged with
robbing George A. Hartl634 W.
Park ave., bartender, of $45 and
diamond stickpin valued at $150.
Walter Guck, 19, sentenced to
60 days in jail for taking auto
helonging to patron of garage
where he worked, and keeping it
out all nigljt f
Robert Elsing, 16 N. Hoyne
avev and Robert Sandberg, 1017
W. 59th st, each sentenced to 6
months in, ,,Brideyell for wife
abandonment.
Mrs. Gavina Bellups, 28, 3635
Dearborn st, stabbed twice hy
husband, Bert Bellups. Said her
husband said she wore a No. 6
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