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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1912, Image 5',
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CHICAGO NEWS IN MRIEF
'- Suitcase- containing clothes
valued at $100 stolen from auto
of Geo. P. Duggins, 529 S. Lawn-
dale av., at W. Monroe and S.
Peoria sts. '
Harry Mendelson, 1112 W.
'-l'3th st., and Preston Payne, 764
W. Congress St., arrested. Rented
horse from M. Star 723 W. 14th
st, for 3 hours and kept it 12.
, Charles Fisher, manager Uni
versal Motor Truck Co., -2216 S.
Michiga'n av., arrested for speed
ing. $10 and costs. '
Neil Gough, 14, 2L N. Austin
av., saw aviators fifing. Ran away
from home. James GoughJ his
father, has offered $50 for infor
mation leading to the where
abouts of the runaway.
Josepht McGuire,whb fell from
building at Grand blvd. and 43d
st Sept. 3, died.
Mrs. Flora Snowden died at St.
Luke's Hospital from injuries re
ceived when struck by car at S
Wabash" av. and E. 14th st.
John P. O'Neill, -1842 Wabash,
av., went in Gragan's saloon, 18th
st. and Wabash av. Quarreled
with unknown man. Stabbed.
'People's Hospital. Assailant es-
f Deserted baby found on door
step of house 1541 Harding ave.
, Miss Katherine Vigratz, 18,
1547'W. 40tfi pi., is threatening to.
kill herself if police don't find her
sweetheart, Frank Zutcitis, 22,
1917 Jefferson St., whom rivals
kidnaped just before wedding. "
Two places found where horses
are-killed and meat sold to Chi
cago slums and saloons. One
near Dunning, other on drainage
Otto FJ.Olson, alias Granfuast,
held by Milwaukee" police' pending
investigation of story told by;
She -says Olson confessed kill
ing man during the lathers' strike
in Chicago two years ago, to her.
Olson was a scab lather.
George F. Hartford, Inter
Ocean manager, fined $100 for
speeding; Arrested twice in same
John Allison failed to obey new
law ordering autos to stop at
street corners behind street cars..
$5 and costs. m
James Ellis, negro steward of
freight steamer Zenith - wore
straw hat after bell rang. ' Wm.
Redmond, cook on boat, didn't
like it. Cut Ellis' abdomen with
Ellisis in I. S. Co. hospital.
May die. Redmond is in jail.
E. " E. Scaninger, broker,
Hoopeston, Ill.t arrested on war
rant sworn put by Judge Sabath
Aug. 21. Con game.
Mrs. Laura Moninger says
Scaninger swindled her 'out of
. R. W. Good,, broker, 841 Cas
tlewood terrace, tried to cross N.
"W. "L" tracks at Argyle station.'
Mrs. Mary Barna, 24, 9347'Cot
tage Grove ave., shot ,and killed
herself. Despondent over ill
Miss Helen Kane, 19, 1219