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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1912, Image 6

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Wade st., found $55 on street at
Grand ave. and N. Sangamon st.
Reported it to police.
3,000 golf fansof Jackson Park
have asked for all-year golf.
Alfred Roe, 2444 Grenshaw st,
held to federal grand jury for
coining bad dollars. $1,000 bonds,
if? Wiegand tfxoenne, 05, Jormer
janitor of church at Garfield ave.
- and Mohawk'st, found dead in
lake foot of Grace st.
Hugo M. Morris, proprietor of
Leaman's Club," matrimonial
bureau, pleaded guilty to indict-
ment charging him with conduct
ing fraudulent matrimonial bur
eau. $200 and costs.
ZeldaRoot, keeper of resort
"2220 S. Wabash ave., and Jessie
Hill, inmate, held to federal grand
jury for violating Mann act.
$25,000 bonds.
The tw6 women were taken in
a raid. Said to have brought nine
women from Detroit for immoral
purposes.
Wiflard McAllister, 4849 For
restville ave., arrested for speed
ing. $50 and costs.
William Nye, vaudevitfe dan
cer, 1643 S. 5th ave., fined $200
and costs for beating his 15-year-old
wife.
Tony Massab, private detec
tive, and Gustav Cohn, one-time
roomers of Mrs. Marie Marceli,
12 Peck pi., Arrested for robbing
Mrs. Peck of $7,000 worth of jew
elry. Earl French, of Philadelphia,
disappeared from Boys' home in
April. Found employed in teal
estate office of WmJ. Riffenburg,
111 N. Dearborn st Arrested
Miss-Margaret Coan, 4556 Mai
den st, robbed of $16 and gold
bracelet by twayoung men at Ice
land ave. and Maiden st Rob
bers got away.
Robbers blew safe in-office of
Henry Burhops, 23 W. Michigan
st., but were scared away by Pin
kerton detectfye.
Burglars entered home of Wm.
W. Cobb, 3706 Grand blvd. $145
and jewelry and $175 worth of
clothing.
Curt Garen von Knobelsdorf,
who says he is German count, in
dicted on charge of operating con
fidence game. - t
Henry Jung, saloonkeeper,
says Knobelsdorf borrowed $256
from him on false pretenses.
Mrs. George Picknix overcome
by smoke in fire of 4-story bldg.
2110 Cleveland ave., carried out
by Cap. James Miller and mem
bers of fire truck No. iO.
Petition for a writ of habeas
corpus filed by William Wilson,
whose daughter, Esther, 17, is in
juvenile home &s a delinquent.
He wants her released on
ground that she is held without
legal reason. Says she is engag
ed to marry Philip M. Leininger.
Nicholas Sandrello, 762 Bunker
st, tried to break into home of
Frank Matzko, 705 Bunker st
Arrested.
George Francis Baker, 6438
Southport ave., fell from horse.
Severely injured.
John Kalmowski, 14, "toughest
boy" in West Hammond, led by
chain to Jeffersonville reforma
tory "for fear he wotdd escape..
Convicted of theft. 8 years.

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