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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 11, 1912, Image 5',
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WT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Mrs. Alice Wagar, 4553 Oak
enwald av., choked and fobbed of
$44 by negro at vacant lot, 4565
John Smith, 3243 Emerald av.,
robbed of $25 and watch worth
$100. Edward Murray and Sam
Policeman Michael Turley saw
Victor Toomey rolling a drunk.
'Arrested him." Toomey offered
him $5 to let him go. Hurley took
it, arrested Toomey and handed
the money in at the station.
Toomey fined $50 and costs.
Miss Faye Shadeolt bought
the first "Teddy toque" put on
sale by the Women Progressives
here. The hat is made of a Moose
bandana, with a picture of Roose
velt on -the side. Says she will
wear it to a theater tonight.
Thomas Mahaney, 14 S. Peoria
St., arrested on complaint of Miss
Helen Crowley, 3751 Wallace st.
He dropped a note in her lap on a
car asking her to meet him the
next day. She did with a detec
tive. ' - '
Fifteen gallons of -lacquer in a
copper tank on the first floor of
bldg. at 1109 W. 37th st. explod
ed, causing $25,000 damage. 300
-men and girls fled safely to street.
TMiss Minnie Collins, 1Q6 W.
37th st., leaped from second story
and was slightly bfuised.
; Att'y Conkey filed damage
suit for $50,000 against Julius
Gans, a lawyer, 105 W. Monroe
st, for Viola Zeck. Conkey will
not tell what the suit is for.
John B. Irwin, capitalist-and
member of. the Chicago Athletic
Ass'n, arrested on Sept. 13.for
disorderly conduct, has been dis
charged. Mrs. Mildred Barrow
man, 1332 Granville av., had him
arrested, charged with flirting.
John Riley, 4104 Indiana -av.,
driver of auto which hit a car
Wednesday, killing; one and in
juring two, has been arrested and
held pending inquest.
Jennie Hibbler, 8, 10564 S.
Michigan av., struck by auto, Illi
nois license said to be .No. 17012,
near her home. Severely injured.
Car and driver escaped.
John F. Carroll, 2817 Union
av., shot through back at Went
worth av. and 22d st. Will die.
Assassin escaped. Believed love
John McGee, janitor, 2736 S.
Park av., fell in alley, breaking
thumb and cutting hand. Dead.
Mrs.' Verna Surnia, 1432 W.
46th st., paid messenger boy 50
cents for "telegram.". When she
opened it there was nothing but
apiece of blank paper.
Richard J. McGrath, 640 N.
Carpenter st, chief bailiff of the
Criminal Court, leaped in front of
Division st. car at W. Huron st
and Milwaukee av. and saved
Stanley Kolwiski, 5, from being
Only 21,468 births were report
ed during the first nine months of
1911. 31,346 births reported dur
ing same period this year.
Mrs. Rosie Daun, 1157 Lill av.,
widow of Civil War veteran and
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