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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 29, 1912, Image 7

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for alleged theft of $200 diamond
ring.
Dr. Ching Chun Wang, China,
will speak atAss'n of Commerce
meeting tomorrow at Hotel La
Salle. Eight boys employed in whole
sale house of Carson, Pirie, Scott
& Co., W. Adams and Franklin
sts., arrested charged with taking
goods valued at $1,000 from store
in last twp months.
Fred Fiedlick and George Mi
teas, 900 Townsend st, arrested
charged with making threats to
kill John Coyle, 843 Orleans st.
"Observations of Bridewell In
mates" will be subject of discus
sion Thursday at meeting of
North Side Physicians' club at
Germania hall, N. Clark st. and
Germania pi.
Thomas Marren, 50, 5032
Princeton ave., laborer, killed by
jWentworth ave. car at 14th st.
Unknown "masher" threaten
ed tb shoot pursuers after he had
insulted an unknown well dressed
woman at Elm st. and LaSalle
ave. Escaped.
Amandus Anderson, 1730 Dar
row ave., Evanston, bricklayer,
fell from roof of 3 story building
at Southport ave. and Edgewater
ter. Seriously injured. May die.
David Vlow, 1064 Linden ave.,
Wilmette, plumber, found dead in
his bath room. Gas. Accidental.
' Seward Phillips, saloonkeeper,
1524 W- 63rd st., fined $50 and
sentenced to three months in
ridewell, charged with contrib
uting to the delinquency of Mat
tie Bryan, 15.
Clarence Ericson, 320 Center
St., son of city building commis
sioner, arrested for speeding.
Fined $25 and costs.
Mrs. James .E. MjacMurray,
4726 Kimbark ave., drove her new
electric auto into curbstone in or
der to keep from" running into
small girl. Auto badly smashed.
No one hurt.
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DISAPPOINTED
I i n
"Stung again !
Here I buy a book
entitled 'The Cry
in the Night,'
thinking it's about
a murder and it's
only about getting
a baby black to
sleep."
o o-
Henry.was very proud of the
new kittens and fetched them to
show to the visitors.
His mother heard them com
ing along the hall, and, alarmed
at the noise of the procession,
called out: "Don't hurt the kit
tens, Henry."
"No, mother," came the reas
suring answer, "I'm carrying
them very carefully by the
stems."
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