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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 04, 1912, Image 6

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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Register tomorrow if you want
to vote in November. There is to
be an entirely new registration
this fall, and if you don't register
you lose your vote.
John McDonald, 38, 861 Sedg
wick st., steamfitter, fell from 8th
floor of Boston store down eleva
tor shaft and caught on plank at
6th floor. Broken leg. St. Luke's
hospital.
Body of Henry Kogomast,
stone cutter, found near entrance
to Waldheim cemetery, Forest
Park. Convulsions caused death.
Anna Henneberg, employed by
Dr. C. G. Burford, 441 Surf St.,
dead. Gas. Suicide. Despondent.
Love affairs,
F.Schultz, 842 S. State st,, had
birthday yesterday. Drunk. Ar
rested. Released.
Andrew Collins, 24$ Archer
ave., drunk. Undressed at Sth
ave. and Washington st. Arrest
ed. $1 and costs.
Taxicab bandits entered saloon
of Nicholas Cozagmarrow, knock
ed him senseless and robbed him.
Escaped, Nicholas may die.
Auto bandits held up Timothy
Prindeville, agent St. Louis ave.
station of Met. "L" and took $20.
Miss Lucy Page Gaston7 ardent
suffragist here and foe to cigar
ets, is real angry because western
firm is making cigarets with
"Votes for women" labels."
Mrs. Medill McCormick, lead
ing Bull Mooserette, addressed a
meeting of negroes here and made
hot speech for T. R.
Wilson Women's League will
inaugurate series of weekly after
noon receptions at the Hotel
Sherman Saturday. From bridge
to tea,, everything will be politics.
While in the act of robbing
storqof the Congress Ladies' Tai
loring Co., 504-6 S. Paulina st.,
burglars were scared away by ap
pearance of two detectives. Had
$500 worth pf suits and bolts of
cloth, in wagon.
Lillian Yates, 130 Dearborn
st, and Marie Sau, 601 Wells st,
arrested, 'charged with accosting
men on street. .,
Daniel Sheehan, 313 S. Halsted
st, bridgetender at Madison st.
bridge, stabbed in abdomen by
George Khesehdoian, 739 W.
Madison st. Severely Avounded.
George arrested.
R. F. Nelson. 836 W. Adams
st. ; Mrs. Clara Tucker, Anna Ces-
ka, 2306 Flournoy st.; Frank De
graw, 2306 Flournoy st, and
Walter Thumel, arrested on seri
ous charges preferred by Miss
Grace Thumel. 1346 Dean st
Walter is' her brother.
Joseph Kowanski, 49, 4419 S.
Lincoln st, got foot caueht in
rauroad switch at 43d and Leav
itt' sts. Freight train was due.
Broke ankle trying to get foot
'out Alexander Galla, 4528 Her
mitage st, turned the switch. The
train went thundering by. Hos
pital for Joseph.
Chas. Schwartz, 8, 1103 S.
Sangamon ,st, tried to get on
rear of wagon. Fell. Severely
bruised. Hospital.
Robert Bo'skey, 60, 444 N. Win-
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