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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 26, 1912, Image 5',
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James Duffy arrived in Chicago
frdm Detroit, Mich., with Grace
Bosso. They were going to get
married. Woman disappeared, so
did $84 belonging to Duffy. He
says he's glad he found her out
Paul Broyle, 811 S. Clinton st,
.was 'having nice quite rest on
bench in-Grant Park. Man say
ing he was a park policeman
threatened to arrest Broyle for
loungiqg in the park. Broyle gave
John.Burrell, 850 Austin av.,
and Daniel Morrison, negro, 1815
Carroll av., were arrested follow
ing a riot at N. Wood sf. and Car
roll av., in which several shots
.were fired and razors flourished.
Paul Koenig, 30, 2927 S. Fifth
aye., struck by Wabash ave. car
at Hubbard place. Severely
.. Tony Karrello, 6 months, 921
Plymouth court, seriously burn
ed when lamp fell Into cradle.
Ferdinand A. Luke, 50, 6309 N.
Clark st., watchman, accidentally
shot himself in the index finger of
left hand. Cleaning gun.
Louis Goldstone, 59, 416 Sher
man st., struck by Clark st car at
Van Buren st. Injured.
Mrs. Catherine Hart, 69, 3751
Armour ave., dead from burns
suffered when can of gasoline ex
ploded. Oscar Hanchett, 224 S. Win
chester ave., stabbed twice in
neck in front of Grace hospital by
Philip Sentarello, 25, 600 Ewing
sj. Both arrested.
11 " Frank Dement, freight handler,
and Miss Millie Bauser both of
rooming house at .Newberry ave.
and W. 1,4th st, quarreled. Miss
Bauser threw plate. Dement is in
hospital. Police searching for
Miss Bauser. '
Mrs. Katherine Foley, 63, E.
Garfield blvd., robbed by negro
of purse containing $2 in front of
5431 Michigan ave. i
Earl Anderson, laborer, arrest
ed charged with larceny. Ac
cused of entering room of Albert
Ellenbogen, 2020 Dayton st,
while he was asleep in the Grand
hotel, Harrison and State sts.,
and stealing a suit of clothes,
straw hat, pair of shoes and $50.
Burglars entered grocery of J.
A. Cordell, 1402 Morse ave., and
blew safe. Explosion wakened
neighborhood. Amount stolen
Hyman Friedman, 832 S. Win
chester ave., tailor, arrested on
complaint of William Goodman,
1374 W. 12th st Goodman says
that Friedman robbed him of
$380 while they were drinking
at 40 S. Halsted. Friedman was
searched, but money was not
Anna Smith, 135 S. Halsted
st, George Wilson, Cincinnati,
O., Mary Wilson, wife of George,
Moertel McCartney, 1349 Wells
st, and Wm. Snell, 1105 W. 55th
st., arrested in a raid on the Hotel
Robbins, 1859 W. Madison st
Neil Gore, booked as keeper of
Miss Sarah Hodss, ticket taker
at the California station of the
Metropolitan "L," robbed of $19,
a day's receipts. Says she was
counting money and a youngjnan
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