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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 03, 1912, Image 6',
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plaines station, slipped and fell on
cement flour. Internally injured.
George McLaughlin, baker,
5514 S. State St., dead.
No one hurt when Humboldt
Park "L" train jumped track at
Rawle' Deland, Cleveland, O.,
of the Standard Oil Co., died at
residence of Paul Deland, 1104
Dearborn av. Heart disease.
Because Boston Y. M. C. A., for
which Pres. Taftlaid cornerstone
yesterday, is being nuilt by non
union men, Boston 3ricklayers'
Union No. 3 has asketr Chicago
Bricklayers' Union o. 23 to
withdraw Taft's union card of
honorary membership they re
cently gave him.
Dora CorconcluV 1037 Grand
a v., struck by Grand av. car at
Center av. and Huron st. Severe-
Hazel Butler, 6, 3662 Grand
av., struck by Grand av. car at
Monticello av. Fatally injured.
James H. WilkersonU. S. atty,
filed suit against I. C. Ry. Co. for
violation ojf 16-hour Jaw.
John Donnel beat his cousin,
Mrs. Julia Sklenes, 611 W. 16th
t Arrested. $200 and costs.
Harold Baldwin, 24, chauffeur,
4824 W. Huron st., arrested in
connection with disappearance of
Katherine -Snyder, 17, 4919 W.
Huron st., three weeks ago.
Paul Vanderburg, 6 E. 111th
st, and Wm. Mooth, 11739 S. La
Salle st, arrested. Struck con
ductor A. DeMutH, 600 E. 90th
st., because transfer did not have
union label on it. Paul fined $10,
Mrs. Mary L. Martin, 1001
Sunnyside av., appealed to police
to find her cat, valued at $700. ',
City council commission urg
ing jail sentences for persons per
mitting dogs to go unmuzzled.
Joseph Cadi, 1630 Allport st.,.
threatened by crowd after his mo
torcycle ran down Wm. Suvicki,
1644 W. 18th st. Suvicki severely
Louis Soelle, saloonkeeper, 655
W. North av., died on board liner
Hanover, returning from Europe.
"Hereafter all speed violators
will have to pay their fine or go
to bridewell." Municipal Judge
Wm. Taylor, Cleveland, O.,
robbed of $62 and tbols valued at
$30, from his room at Normandie
hotel, 419 S. Wabash ave.
Fred Rupp, 3, 4313 N. 48th
ave., seriously injured by C, M.
& St. P. Ry. switch engine at 48th
Heywood Fairfax, 9, 111 W.
Chicago ave., fell from fire escape
at 17 E. Chestnut. Fatajly in
jured. " '
Wm. Ellfeldt, 7243 CHamplain
ave., victim of "electric fight in
spector." Jewelry valued at $200
Anthony McDonald, 18, ar
rested, charged with larceny.
Mrs. Agnes Mprris, 2117, Wash
ington blvd., has sworn out war
rants for arrests of Mrs. M.
Briggs, 2153 Parlcave., Mrs. Lend ,
Warsman and Miss May Wars
man, 2448 Fillmore a"ve., charging
that they attacked her at W.
Madison st and Hoyne ave.
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