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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 28, 1912, Image 6

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married to Ralph Travell in 1899,
and on Aug. 3 wedded to John
Johnson. Says she thought her
first husband was dead.
Samuel Pavillo, "17, who es
caped from Juvenile Home on
Aug. 12 was arrested in hotel at
711 S. State St., and returned to
the home.
Frank Van Oeton, 7, 121 Perm
St., fell through skylight in roof
of barn at 1401 N1. Halsted st
Killed.-
Man giving name of William'
Mathran arrested after a chase
through Federal bldg. Alleged;
pickpocket.
Rose Herman, 17, cashier of
mjh Jacob Lavin, pawnbroker, 524 S.
naistea st., snot in ngnt eycwitn
a slug discharged from air rifle
held by Jacob Lavin, Jr., 24 years
old- Will lose sight of eye.
Annabelle Moore, 28, 2733 La
Salle st, arrested on complaint of
Raymond McCalve, 1307 W.
Adams st. McClave says that
Miss Moore robbed him of
pocketbook containing $140 while
in restaurant on Monday njght
Antone Kolton,31, 1525 Elston
ave., has habit of walking in his
sleep. Walked out his bedroom
window and fell to the ground,
30 feet. "Died at St. Elizabeth's
hospital.
Carey Finley, motorman for
the Chicago .Railways Co., ar
rested. Will be taken to Cleve-'
land, where he is alleged tp have
abandoned wife and family three
years ago.
Unknown woman about 45 en
tered home of Mrs. Nellie Lukas,
1724 Wri4th st and fell uncon
scious to the floor. County hos
pital. Louis Weiner, 21, 1738 W. 12th
st, and Louis N. Meers, 20, 718
Englewood ave., who were ar
rested charged with having er
ticed Nathelda Nauzy 17, 642 Wl
59th str into building hear W.
63rd and S. Halsted sts. on Aug.,
4, were fined $200
Mrs. Weiner fainted "in court
room when fine was imposed on
her sort. Revived in" adjdining
roorri.
MEETING BROKEN UP
Cleveland, Q., Aug.. 28. Four,
men were, 'arrested last night!.,
when the police broke -up a street
meeting" of tfhe Industrial Work
ers of theWdrld- Police charg
ed and disperSety the crowd. The
workers declare they will con
tinue their meetings, and condi
tions similar to those in San
Diego sqvefal weeks ago are pos
sible. The,vvorkers, according to
the policemen, were singing,
songs reflecting on the courts.
DOG BITE KILLS CHILD
Esther Cannon, 3 years old, of
3712 Aberly' avenue, died today,,
of rabies contracted when she was
bitten by a mad dog August 1. A'
week afer she was bitten hydro
phobic symptoms deyeloped, and
the child was rushed to the Pas
teur institute. It was too late for
the treatment to be effective.
William Giege, thfc child's playr
mate, was bitten at the same time,
but thus far has developed A9
symptoms of rabies.
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