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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 29, 1912, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Elizabeth Kackson, 4407
Indiana av., and Mrs. Mary
Blake, Moline, 111., called Chicago
police many names, including
"boobs." Fined $1 and costs.
Jas. McKeeby, 18, 4127 Gladys
av., stole auto of S. Adler, 5356
Michigan av., and speeded 50
miles an hour. Arrested.
George Ramfay, Eldridge, la.,
died today at home of John El
liott, 2134 N. Western av. Heart
Traffic over two tracks delayed
5 hoursj today when oil tank car
tipped over on N. W. Ry. tracks
near W.estern av.
-Two ourglars arrested in act of
robbing store of Chas. Russakov
1113 N. Western av.
Joseph Gelder, owner of clean
ing and dyeing shop, 4722 Cot
tage Grove av., ordered by Judge
Gemmill to pay his wife $10 week.
Alfred Gibbs, 3347 S. Halsted
st, who says he is from Arizona,
fired 2 shots in 'air. Fined $24 and
costs. You're not in Arizona
Mrs. Lena Sachs has filed-suit
for $25,000 against her neighbor,
Mrs C. F. Dennhardt, 826 Cuyler
av., Oak Park, charging Mrs.
Dennhart with saying slanderous
things about her.
Mrs. Mary Stacey, 1009 Grand
ave., attacked two men who as
saulted her daughter and, another
girl in front of her home. One
man fled, the other pulled knife
tid stabbed Mrs. Stacey. Seri-t-isly
"Betting on football games is
a crime, punishment for which is
expulsion from N. W. Univer
sity." Dean Thomas F. Hoi
gate. Mrs. Mary Hart, colored, ar
rested charged with disorderly
conduct. Says she was born in
Franklin county, Tenn., in 1612.
Neinia Baladusau, 25, 873
Townsend st, disappointed sui
tor, -tried to kidnap Miss Joseph
ine Tearno, 18, 822 Townsend st.
.Neighbors stopped him. -This is
second time he has tried it. Po
lice are looking for him.
Miss Jessie Dewey, Somonaulq
111., internally injured; Miss Ly
dia Brown, same place, three ribs
broken and internally injured,
and George Wooiey, Oswego, 111.,
slightly injured when Wooley's
auto struck a rock and went over
an embankment near Joliet, 111.
All will recover.
Oscar Hanson, electrician,
caught trying to steal 3 crates of
dead chickens from the Chicagq
Cold Storage Co.'s plant, 1532
Indiana ave. Arrested.
Thirty-five cents for a hair cut
after Nov. 15th. Men, get out
Wm. Dunne, Frank Thompson
ana lony JLanders, who escaped
Irom pen at Joliet Sunday, are
believed to be here.
Anthony Aglosino: 18.
Fry St., arrested. Mashing.
Champ Clark is here.
Miss Flora E. Scheftels, 43l
Buena Vista ten, caused arrest of
electrician, and Harry Sprong, 18A