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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 03, 1912, Image 5',
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Norman Whale, 12, 658 Alma
av., Austin, got to thinking about
school last Saturday and ran
away. Found at Union Depot today-carrying
grips to earn money
to go and see his uncle in TDaven
portrJa. Oscar Hacman,3111 S. 5th av.,
arrested -when leaving church in
woman's attire. Wore wedding
ring,on right hand.
Said he dressed in woman's
clothes several times a year, and
does not believe he is mentally re
sponsible. Gave court a letter to
day telling his history since he ar
rived in this country 14 years ago,
Wants to go back to Sweden.
"Mrs. Harry Hannigan, 343 N.
Kedzie av.', with her baby in her
arms, leaned on railing at resi
dence tf Mrs. Grover Manning,
211N."Kedzie av. Railing broke
and she and baby fell twenty feet
Mrs.- Hannigan kept the baby
upmost and she was the only one
hurt. . Concussion of brain. May
Mrs. Otto Smoloz, 1908 N.
Halsted st., eyed another man
while she was with her husband
in Riverview Park. They quar
reled. He jumped in the river. Po
lice had to knock him unconscious
to save him. Arrested.
Three unknown women ejected
from Pompeian room of Congress
Hotel for Smoking cigarettes.
Mrs. McDermott, 1132 W.
Congress st., searching for Chas.
Hase, 34, who ran away from
there and left his two children In
her care. His wife has been dead
a4'mOhth'sr '" ' "
In saving his cousin, Norma
'Castamfnf, 8, frombeing crushed
by aaauto, John Mondmi, 9, was
struck and seriously injured.
Henry Kelow, owner and
driver, was arrested and let go on
Crowd of about 70 couples
danced uritil 1 o'clock this morn
ing at the 5th informal dance
given at the Garfield refectory
last night by the West Side
Elmer Schultz, 14, 816 N. Her
mitage avv struck by auto driven
by Oscar Rosenquist, 1913 Saw
yer av. Died on way to hospital.
, 'Rosenquist arrested and 'held
to grand jury charged with man
sjaghter. Germaine Frake, 4, 819 15th st,
Wilmette, struck by electric auto
in front of her home. Collarbdne
broken. Driver did not stop.
Henry Clemens, 856 Newport
av., hit by auto at N. Clark st. and
'Newport av. Slightly hurt. Driv
er not arrested.
i Axel Gunderstrom, 1007 Wells
st, slightly bruised when a mo
torcycle he was riding was struck
by attto at Ontario st. and Lincoln
Alexander Habeter, 452 N.
Robey st, and Joseph Schmalzer,
1922 Austin av., both seriously
slashed in knife quarrel in front
of home of former. Arrested.
Theresa Meehan bitten by dog
while attempting to rescue her 3-year-old
brother, Conrad18 oth
ers were bitten by dogs crazed by
J. E. Hammond, Oelwein, la.,
staying at LexIngto.n Hotel, came