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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1912, Image 6',
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shoe, and wheri she said she wdf e
a number 5 shoe lie stabbed her.
Robert .Linn, 1548 Belmont
ave., sentenced to 90 days in
Bridewell for contributing to the
delinquency of his child.
Raymond Hilbrandt, 13, 918
Addison st., and Lester C. Mc
Janies, 14, 3749 Bosworth ave.,
arrested by Evanston police for
not having lights on their wheels.
Boys were starting out on bi
cycle trip info the wilds of Wis
consin. John Funk, 14, 1852 N. Tripp
ave., arrested at Union Station1 on
suspicion that He was running
away from home. Said he was
going to the hortie of relatives in
Clinton, Iowa, because he was
tired of living home.
Arinte Larsen, 2325 Grand ave.,
inhaled gas. Suicide. Ill hearth.
Mrs. Clara Huckins, 2714 Jul
ian court, tried to end life by
swallowing toothache medicine.
Theodore Remington, alias
Sunny, 909 Washington blvd., ar
rested on charge of breaking into
home of William Ruby, 10i4
Washington blvd., ahd stealing
dog. Case continued 3 days.
Ernil Liljegre blacksmith, 50,
1902 W. Erie St., dropped dead
while working at Union Forge
Co., W. 22hd st. and S. Campbell
Bernard Maloney, 2 months,
644 Wells st., died at his home.
Rose Feriowich, 4, 2833 S. Fifth
ave., is dead fro minjuries receiv
ed when she fell over toy wagon
l days ago
Joseph Lang 30; T648 Sedg-
wick st., and Daniel Dunne, 24, .'
1719 Mohawk St., arrested for try
ing to flirt with Miss Anna Nel-h
son, 2701 N. Clark st. - ?
Joseph Slepcher, 22, messenger"
for downtown department storey
fined $200 and costs on cha"rge of
Slepcher stopped Marie Bailie
9, 622 E. 41st st., and putting his r
arm around her offered her $1 for
.After searching Lake Michigan
two miles off Fullerton ave., for
boat from which distress signals'"
weer said to hav been fired, two'
police boats gave, hunt tip, leliev-
ing it was work of jokers.
Returning from vacation, Jay1
H. Emerson, 4454 VincenneS ave.,
iouna Durgiars nad robbed his
home of articles valued at $1,500.
jSarlC. Bennett, Toledo, Ohio1
privatedetective who came to
Chicago on Aug. 6 in Search of
furniture thieves, has been missv
ing since Aug. 7. Police, fear he'
has been .murdered.
' Torrence Reynolds, 33 1229 .
Washington blvd., who was ar-v,
rested last Friday at Bridewell as'
he was giving a 4 foot plug of "
tobacco filled with cocaine to
George Brown, prisoner at Bride- ,
well, whose term ends in 1913,' ,
yas fined. $50 ahd costs. '
James Ryan, 35, laborer, 933"
W. Madison st., hit by Ogdeti
ave. car at Ogden ave. and Pau-r
lina st. Head badly cut and left'
leg broken. County hospital,
Roosevelt 64, Wilson 27 anql
Taft 6 votes in a straw ballot J '
taken at the Virginia hotel among4