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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 14, 1912, Image 5

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.Jinx, that's h?s name, and he
arrived in Chicago on the 13th.
Arthur Henry Jinx, Nassau, N.
Y., registered at the, Congress
v Hotel. Said he vas born on the
13th and was the 13th child. He
was taken to room 1323 by bell
boy No. 13.
Burke, the hotel clerk, says he
got his first job on the 13th and
had held it 'for 13 years.
Friday, the 13th, 13 gamblers
Yfcre arrested in a raid at 733 E.
39th st Add the number of the
place up.
While George D. Brenan and
bride, Miss Wanda W.Wadhams,
were enjoying wedding supper at
4353 N. Ashland av.-,'JLouis Lin
deman, one of the waiters, was
arrested.
Lindeman is charged with
threatening to kill George A.
Jaesche" 939 Leland av.
' , Abner Helm, farmer of Dar
lington, Wis., met a real friendly
man on the train who knew
"Silas Brown and old man Smith,
: the man with the long beard, and
several other of the farmer's
neighbors."
Helm let the mantak.e $30 for
a few minutes. The stranger told
him he could hold his breath
i .while he was gone. Helm thinks
that holding his breath for him to
return is a pretty tough job.
A Mabel E. Thompson, '4, 3825
Sheffield av., died from injuries
received last Saturday when she
fell on a stick.
Albert Chapman 16, 3022
Christiana av., clerk, arrested at
Sitevens Point, Wis,, charged
writh hayingembezzlecL $750 be?
longing, to his. employers, Ever
glade Land Sales Co., Majestic
bldg. ' I
Chapman was detected by
postals sent to young women
friends here.
Mrs. W. N. Rogerso'n, 640 E.
50th St., robbed of handbag in
jewelry store of C. D. Peacock,
State and Adams sts.v Messenger
boy grabbed it and escaped.
Evelyn and Viola Falkner, 6
and 3, CHntonville, Wis., visiting
at 748 Wells St., ran in frontof
Rosehilll car at Chicago av. and
Superior st. Fender carried them
100 feet. 'Slight bruises.
O. G. Harris, West Side Y. M.
C. A., had his pocket picked on
Friday the 13th last year on Hal
sted st. car. Yesterday his pocket
was picked again.
Fifty marriage licenses were
issued in Cook county yesterday.
James L. Smith represented
himself as a newspaper man and
tried to get tickets to a theaterl
Didn't work. Arrested.
96 cattle, 253 sheep, 23 hogs,
253 calves, 15,183.1bs. fish, 38,518
lbs. fruit, .62,081 lbs. vegetables
and 2,034 lbs. miscellaneous food
products were condemned "by the
food inspectors of the Dep't of
Health during August.
Edward Doyle, 12, 711 S. Cali
fornia av., hit by car at Harrison
st. and S. California av. Severely
injured.
Street car company's ambu
lance crew were real peeved when
they went after the boy and
found the police ambulance had
beat them tp it.
Frank Johnson, v 671 1 Emerald,
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