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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 29, 1912, Image 4',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Two bandits outwitted two de
tectives today in a nine-mile
chase from NorthSide through
Both parties were in machines
and.several shots were fired dur
ing chase. No bullets took effect.
Pursuers lost sight of bandits
while in loop disrtict, but got on
their trail agaifi on South Side. A
blow-out in one of the tires of the
detectives' machine lost chase for
Jacob Fucak, 211 W. 22d st,
while working in plant of Weir &
Craig Mfg. Co., 2439 Wallace St.,
became overheated. Drank too
much water. Died at People's
Hospital. Convulsions. ;
NChas. Marsinger, 1517 WHar
jis'on st., employed at Armour &
Co., Union Stock Yards, accident
ally stabbed himself while fasten
ing cord to handle of his butcher
knife. Dead. . .
Miss Elizabeth Dalton, County
Bldg., telephone operator, arrest
ed on complaint that she annoyed
a detective by constantly calling
him up on 'phone, granted a jury
Ald. John A. Richert of the
Fourth Ward (the man who had
ope (1) drink), who was beaten
and robbed near his home at 217
Emerald av is , reported nearly
They have most anything you
want to see in the cells at the
Maxwell street station now.
"Willie Buck, vagrancy," a goat,
arrested, charged with disorderly
Chiefs, reporters, bondsmerl
and most everyone of any author
ity were down in the cell .inter
viewing him. A waiter from tf
restaurant took a steak into the
goat and the waiter is now standi
ing up to his meals.
Mrs. Phillipine Leonj si suing
her husband, Paul Leoni, wealthy;
laundryman, for divorce. Charges'
him with being too friendly with,
two other women.
WARNED IN TIME.
Mr. Skeemit , Say, Hellie,
there's a matt across -the street I
want to see. You on-'t mind if f"
run over' a minute, do'you? j
Mrs. Skeemit Go ahead, dear
I can step into this millinery shop?
and wait for vou.
Mr. Skeemit (hastily) Neverc
Ynind. "I guess I don't want to seej
him now. '
Nearly half the population o,
France are engaged it, agricul-r
tural operations. '