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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 20, 1912, Image 6

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and pawned it Couldn-'t redeem'
it. Arrested.
Dyeing and cleaning shop of
Harry Mettes, 1149-S. Kedzie
ave., completely destroyed by fire.
Mettes missing. Police investi-.
gating.
Two horses attached to fish
wagon of E. Frank, 4928 S. State
St., ran away and ran through
window of 15th st. police station.
Edward Huber, 14, 121 N. 41st
ave., crushed in elevator in stor
age warehouse of Keelin Bros. &
Co., 4025 W. Madjson st. Killed.
. Andrew Middleton, 1017 E.
43rd st., tried to end life. Told
judge he did it to frighten land
lady. Fined $10 and costs
Bodies of last three victims of
Lake Bluff drowning have been
.found.
Oxfords are banned after Oc
tober 1. .
. Samuel Bosvitz, 712 W- Mad
ison st.; John Gordon, Omaha,
tNeb.; Frank Tfeeffer, 1633 Sedg
wick st, and Carl Meyers, 454 W.
North av., arrested at Kedzie av.
station of C. & N, W. Ry. oh
"blind baggage" of mail train.
Were going west to become cow
boys. Harry Jacoby, Benjamin Na
dolski and Thomas Bromand, 20
to 21, on trial for murder of John
Engle, saloonkeeper, 2534 South
port av.
Engle was shot last April 24
when he resisted an a'ttempted
holdup.
Mrs. A. A. Sprague, Jr., Lake
Forest, robbed of $12,Q00 pearl
necklace on 20th Century Lim
ited betweenhere and Boston.
At sundown this evening pious
Jews all over world will begin cel
ebration of most solemn Jewish
holiday of year.
Emma Rocka, 21, 2315 Washr
ington blvd., clerk, fell down
stairs of Clinton st. -station at
Lake st of "L" road. Severely
bruised. Practitioner's Hospital.
Thomas Heffernan, mail col
lector,. 5483 W. Madison st,
struck by auto of James Coup
land, contractor, 5121 Ellis av., at
55th st and Woodlawn av. Seri
ously injured. Coupland not ar
rested. - - N
Miss Winifred A. Drury, grad-"
uate of XL of C, is in jail awaiting
trial on two, charges of larceny.
Coroner's verdict says suicide
was not cause of death of Casper
R. Rasmussen, ;wno fell from top
of Masonic Temple.
G. F:Mais, -Toledo, O., and
Rose Moline,'lt26'S. California
ave.; flirted at each other-at Dear
born and Madison sts. Arrested,
$5 and costs for both.
S. M. Hunt, arrested at 12th
st. and Michigan ave., driving
auto while drunk. $20 and costs.
Georgiana Porter, 20, beauty
doctor,. Neatherland hotel, called,
"Oh, yoir kid, etc.," by E. O.
Schall,, 30,. traveling salesman,
2716 Cottage Grove ave. Schall
arrested. $5 and costs.
David McDonald, 57, clerk,
5601 Wabash ave., fell tofloorin
State st car at Polk st v Heart
failure. St. Luke's hospital. Pas
sengers in panic. '
Miss Anna C. Donlin filed peti
tion for writ of habeas corpus in"
circuit court. She wants her.

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