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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 24, 1912, Image 6

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reled over money affairs. Wilker
son seriously wounded.
"Mysterious" Sen. J. M. Dixon,
lost chairman 6fBull Moose Na
tional Committee, has not yet ar
rived at headquarters. Sent tele
gram claiming election of Roose
velt and Johnson a certainty. He
may arrive here this Week.
Miss A. Bateman, music teach
er, 814 Roscoe st, gdt off street
car and Caused arrest of Max
Ptashirte, 1322 N. OareftiOrit av,,
who wa driving old Worn out
horse. He WaS charged with cru
elty to animals.
Robbers with wagon looted
tailor shop of R. W. Laub, 27 W.
Chicago av. Escaped with cloth
ing valued at $?00.
Dr. Jarnes A. Egail, sec'y of
State Board of Health, ordefed to
investigate the reported spread of
infantile paralysis in Wheaton,
Jacob Riis, New York social
worker and intimate freirtd of
Col. Roosevelt, talked about
Roosevelt as a man at the Lyric
theater here today.
Mrs. Martha Jones, 39, 750 W.
Adams st., struck by Harrison st.
car at Desplaines st. M'ay die.
Mrs. B. Swift, 4843 Lake aVe,,
Mrs. Lucy Hickey, 3550 Ellis
aVe., and Miss Fannie Stark, 3554
Grand blvd., severely injured
when M. C. train was struck by
Big Four train at 72nd st. and I,
C, tracks. Fog caused the wreck.
Two elevated trains came to
gether on the Jackson Park line
between Cottage Grove and Lex
ington stations. No one hurt
Fog "flie 'cause.
John Druekfnas, Window wash
er, 419 S. Wabash av. fell from
second floor window. Seriously
Thomas Joyce, employed by S,
Kfug & Co., contractors, fell 65
feet from temporary elevator in
to e&idsoh of new Continental and
Com. Nat'l Bank bldg, La Salle
and Quincy Sts. t. Luke's Hos
pital. Severely injured.
$1,000 loss in fire in home of E.
M, Blayner, 3908 N. 41 st ct.
Guess we've just about heard
the last of the "Heap Big" Indian
Two passenger robbers paid
their fare On an Archer ave. car,
and theri held up the conductor
and escaped with $14.21
Lawrence HoWe, city detec
tive, freed on charge" of mistreat
ing Elizabeth Dalton, telephone!
operator In the Count yBldg., but'
was reprimanded for conduct un
becoming an Officer.
George Cody, 2046 Lincoln
St.. skidded on motorcycle. Hit
auto. Severely injured.
Safe blowfers blew safe in
wholesale house of Froehling and
Heppe, 216 N. State st. Escaped
with $4,300 cash, checks and jew
elry. Louis Gagmore, young artist,
could not sell his work so he used3
his talent at making $10 bills and '
nearly 500 of them Were in cir
culation before secret service men
arrested 4im. One year in prison
at Fort Leavenworth, Kansas.
Betty Lucas, 3, narrowly es-
caped death in fire which destroy
ed the home of her father, 2133
Grace st. Crossed electric wires
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