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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 25, 1912, Image 7

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glars. Took $200 in jewelry and
clothing.
James Murphy, 8, 2046 W.
Huron St., struck by Robey st. car
at Erie st. Severely bruised.
James O'Leary arrested at 4183
S. Halsted st. for accepting bets
on election. His odds were : Wita
son, 1 to 3; Taft, 2 to 1; Roose
velt, 7 to 2; Debs, 1,000 to 1;
. Chafin, 3,000 to 1.
Roy Gradle of this city stopped
runaway horse in Los Angeles,
Cal., park two months ago and
saved life of Miss Anna Curr.
JWedding tomorrow.
Sounds impossible, but the In
diana Society of Chicago, poets
and all, will hold speechless din
ger at Hotel . La Salle Saturday
night.
Mrs. Adele V. Sturtevant,
singer, living at the Lexington
Hotel, has been granted divorce
.from M. C. Sturtevant, engaged
in, railroad construction work, on
., grounds of desertion.
Bldg. Com. Henry Ericsson is
sued order that all political post
ers be torn down from protecting
structures placed m streets
where work is in progress.
f Winifred Balder, 6, 239 N.
Fairfield avv played around bon
""fire. Dress caught fire. Severely
'.burned. -
Frank Herezog, 19, arrested.
illeered to have robbed Antonio
Boxich Qf,.$lQ and ring valued at
'$3 and Peter Michaels of $15.
Sir Thomas Lipton arrived
.here today.
Mrs. Margaret Geisler, 21,
2863 W. 22d st.. and her son,
22d st.- car smarted as they were
getting on.
Ida Nusser, 12, 1730 N. Hal
sted st., missing.
,Mayor Harrison received let
ter from Wm. Stratman, New
York, begging him to help find
his son, who disappeared from
Astoria, L. I.,, on Oct. 17.
Mrs. Mary Newby, 39, 5705 S.
Halsted st, arrested on charge of
contributing to the delinquency
of May Hogan, 15, 5757 S. Hal
sted st., who ran away ffom home
a week ago.
Wrn. Williams, 35, 907 Sedg
wick stv arrested for beating his
wife. Said she gave him hash too
often. Said he was sorry and
wanted to be sent to Bridewell.
Asked the judge if they served
hash at Bridewell.
Mrs. Rose Baroni, 36, 1019 W.
Taylor st,r driven insane as result
of despondency over death of her
husband in 1908. Detention hos
pital. t
John Hinchy, 46, 814 Miller St.,
teamster, quarreled with Police
man Robert Anderson, 50, his
neighbor, in the rear of their
homes. Hinchy struck Anderson
with pitchfork. Anderson fired,
hitting Hinchy above the eye.
Anderson arrested pending out
come of Hinchy's wound.
Fred Decker, 5719 Sheridan
road, Ed Brown and Clifford
Earle, both passengers in Deck
er's machine, and Ed Fritz, chauf
feur, 1964 Dayton st., " injured
when two autos collided at Sher
idan road and Evanston av. Both
autos destroyed by fire. In the
other car were two negroes, who
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George, 5, severely; hurt when

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