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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 11, 1912, Image 3',
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worth $25 to stay in those cells."
V. RTooney, Detroit, sassed
cop at Van Buren and State sts.
when he was told tp move on.
Arrested. $5 and costs.
Miss Ruby Woods, 221 E. 54th
St., held up again. Third time
within 6 months. She struggled
with highwayman and chased
him down alley near Prairie av.
on 54th st. Escaped.
Robert Schultz, 23, found guil
ty of murderof Daniel Goodmari,
cigar dealer, 436 S. Clark st., on
May 5. 20 years in pen. .
Mrs. Robert Leek, V3301 W.
Madison st, boardinghouse keep
er, swindled out of $18 by a man
for whom she changed a $20 Con
Francis Fitzgerald, 3 1912 Mil
waukee av., fell from 3rd story
window at his home. Killed.
Miss Sarah, Devine, 20, 13411
Ontario av., attacked and beaten
by unidentified man at lJ5th St.,
near I. C. station. Clothes were
Henry C. Keeley, 67, 1340 Ak
bany av., shot and killed himself.
Heat. s "
Harold Shakspeare, 13, 1917
W. Harrison st., ran errand for
mother. Overcome by heat. Fell
in front of 156 N, Paulina st.
S. Goldberg, member of Troop
E of the 1st Cavalry, fell into the
lake at Grant Park. Heat. Res
Michael Dolynskui jumped into
river at Rush st. bridge. Heat.
Joseph Gleasch, night watch
man, 1531 McHenry st, slipped
from dredge at Willow st and felt
irito river. Drowned.
Jefferson Hickey,, 7223 Coles
av., went bathing in lake off E.
73d st Fainted. Undertaker.
Philip M. Bobb, 862 Lakeside
av., mysteriously drowned in
Four women, said to have come
from Detroit, Mich., arrested in
alleged 'disorderly house at 2220
S. 'Wabash a v.
Mrs. . M. Glenn, 1131 Forest
av., robbed of 3 diamond rings
valtjed at $350 and $3 in cash. E.
Atchison, 906 Church st, robbed
of gold watch and small articles
of jewelry worth $50.
Joseph Kandiba, who threat
ened the prosecutor trial judge
and physician -last winter when
found guilty of murder of his
wife, escaped frpju State Asylum
for the Criminal Insane at Ches
Robert Cohen, 904 S. Paulina
st., -thought because Miss Ger
trude Heintz, 2313 Washington
blvd., smiled at him, he could take
hold of her arm. N
, Gertrude had him arrested.
Fined $10 and costs.
Miss Cora McCoy, 20, 2425 W.
Congress st, hit by auto of C. F.
Poole, at Jackson blvd. and Wa
bash ave. Seriously injured:
Miss Lillian McCallan, '1429
Jackson blvd., struck, by auto of
L. P. Rittenhouse, 2936 W. Jack
son blvd., at Jackson blvd. and S.
Clinton st. Slightly hurt
Mrs. Eileen Taylor, 2945 Mich
igan ave., wife of wholesale coal
dealer, killed in auto accident at
Leamington, Canada. Mr. Tay-
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