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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 19, 1912, Image 6',
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motorcycle he was ridingstruck
by auto truck at W52d sU and S.
Joseph Harris, 14I4-S. Loomis
st., violated city ordinance l by
selling vegetables by measure.
$25 and costs.
Small fire in building at 3033 S.
Michigan av. threatened Hotel
Lakota and routed the guests.
Oscar Johnson, chauffeur for
Albert Loeb, vice pres. Sears,
Roebuck & Co., fined $5 for
Mrs. J. Ogden Armour oper
ated on at St. Luke's Hospital.
Tumor was removed. Doing well.
James Bryce, British ambas
sador to U. S., was in town two
hours late yesterday. .
Unidentified man shot and kill
ed himself at West Park No. 1,
Noble st. and W. Chicago ave.
B. C. Ray, 65, 555 Pensacola
aye., fell from ladder at Gary,
James Cdughlin, 14, '9944 Ave.
H. S. Chi., found dead on B. &
O. Ry. tracks at 95th st.
John E. Accardi arrested for
selling cocaine at Aberdeen hotel,
1106 W. Madison st.
Joseph Kisielewski, 1153 No
ble st, and Albert Swiska, 1231
Holt st, seriously injured when
car struck their wagon at Blanche
st. and Elston ave.
Robert H. Bumpass, 11 E.
Chestnut st, arrested on arson
charge. Released on $3,000 bonds.
C. O. Gilbert, stranger in city,
robbed of $125 in Hotel Veley, 35
S. Dark st
Burglars entered home of
David Dubef stein,-. -5534 S. State?
st, and after choking Mrs. Duber
stein, escaped with $25. '
West Chicago court will be re
opened Monday. It has been al-s
most rebuilt. - t
Fred Frandsen, farmer,Racine -Wis.,
robbed $50 and watch by
Herbert S. Tucker, 23, 2006 N.
56th ct, switchman, found dying
from knife wounds at N. 56th and?
Grand aves. Father held. :
J. W. Garrison, Ravina, O.J
rode to Polk st. station in bus
Got on train and found he. was
$100 short . Reported it to police?
Richard Pebbles, bookkeeper'
4953 Kenmore av., arrested fori
standing at Van Buren and State
sts. and watching women go up
the "L" stairs. $5 and costs, -a
Walter Johnson, 17,- 5917 W
Monroe st, and Walter Board?
17, 137 Willow st, arrested for:
stealing auto to take girl friends
out joy riding. r - v
James Desalvo; 813 S. ClintoiL
st", robbed of $46 in front of hisr
Samuel W. Netherton, son'of?
farmer, Roberts, 111., arrested fon
receiving' two stolen autos arid
Man entered grocery store-b&
Adolph Schultz, 4144 W. Norttf
av., got him to cash check for $10
Punk one. Police searching fori
Court of Domestic Relations:
will have new quarters." -Present
one's too small. f
Kidnaping- auto ambulance of
Chicago Railways Co going at'
full speed, hit wagon of Herman