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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 10, 1912, Image 6',
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mory, 3401 Wentworth av., last
Wra. J. Boyd, 6848 Wentworth
av., switchman, crushed to death
between cars in Belt Line yards,
W. 82d-and Wallace sts.
$100,000 property loss in fire at
Samuel Horwich, 25, 1255 N.
Oakley av., charged with bur
glaries, and Nathan Premack,
1309 S. Center av., tailor; Henry
Moellerj 32, 1307 Johnson st.;
Aaron Mandel, 30, 141 W. 13th
st, and Moses Weinberg, 1019 S.
Morgan St., charged" with receiv
ing his stolen goods, arrested.
Mary Marcinek, "20, 1528 W.
Superior st., arrested, charged
Chas. Anderson," 22, 5629 Jef
ferson av., arrested, charged with
stealing jewelry and clothing out
of trunk he was delivering for
Parmalee .Transfer Co. $700
worth of goods was found in his
George Wing, Chas. Chingand
Grace Graham, accused of con
tributing to the delinquency of
Catherine O'Brien, 5145 -S. State
st., sentenced to 6 months each in
House of Correction,
Mrs. Olive Barnhorst, 28, 4727
Calumet av., missing.
Ray Rasmussen, 29, Kenosha,
attacked in front of his home by
two men. Cut him with razors.
Leo Murphy, 24, 2538;Farrell
av., dropped dead in saloon at
2841 Archer av. Heart failure.
Chas. Piker, 56, 4736 Justine
st., dead. Suicide. Gun. 111.
Christopher Popalas, 30, and
(Thomas Chanakos, peddlers, 758
W. Van Buren st., arrested,
charged with robbing John Gre
garopoupos, peddler, of $275, a3
horse, wagon and some cloths,
Chas. Doutrick, 8 W. Chicago
av., dead. Heart failure. '
George Berndt, 912 Webster
St., badly burned when he drop-j
ped large bottle of muriatic acidj
he was lifting on shelf -over his
head in Humiston, Keeling & Co.,T
wholesale druggists, 312 W. Ran
Fire which started in basement
of D. Komie, drug store, 4300
Grand blvd., caused large dam
age. Mrs. Katarine Fitzpatrickp
carried out unconscious. ,
"Red hil" Davidson, who shot
Jack Zelig, and who will- figure2
largely in the trial .of Lieut:3
Becker for the murder of Her-,
man Rosenthal. -
An' eagle can exist without
food" for twenty days.