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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 09, 1912, Image 10

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ave.r shot himself through "the
head in rear df 'his home. May
die. '-
Bernard Bachratk, 4, 1493 W.
14th str.fell from second story
porch o'f his, home. Seriously in
jured.. Mother refused to'l&t po
lice talcejhim fo hospital, i
Thomas McCaffery, 60, 11054
S. Michigan aye.,' inmate 6 Chi
cago hospital, E, 49fh st. and -Cot-take
Grove avd. escaped. - Police
Searching. . '
Tony Jerrifesand Frank Alis,
548 DeKoven st, made too much
noise with saw they.were using to
gain entrance to Herman Gross
man's clothing store, 416 W. Di
vision st. Ar-rested. -, -
Chas. Craig, 3042 Groveland
ave., arrested for carrying con
cealed weapons'.
Agnes Olson, nurse, is suing A.
C. Kingston, 239 Kimbark ave.,
salesman, for $50 services render
ed his wife.
Gfeorge Davis, 27, and Dewey
Burger, 15, 3921 Grand ave., ar
rested charged with burglary.
Three guests of Metropole ho
tel, 23rd st and S. Michigan ave.,
hav6 reported jewelry robberies
aggregating $2,500 from their
rooms within a week. Police in
vestigating. Robbers locked Fred Dich, sa
loonkeeper, 2537 W. Madison st,
in his ice bqx and escaped with -$5
and watch..
Mrs. Elizabeth Hart, 100, ar
rested on complaint of Rev. IX J.
Mementz, pastpr ot cnutcn iss
Carroll ave., who says she. slam
med door in his face knocking-him
down. Discharged
Eugene Dutto, alias Teaber,
1 139 W. Adarns St., arrested as he
was leaving the Evangelist
church, Washington blvd. and N.
Wood st where he had been1 at
tending services. Charged with
burglary., x
Edward Jacob," lOOfhLytle st.,
tried to snatch handbag from
Miss Annie McCarten, 482 E.
31st st, on State st -She made
a flying tackle atid held him ,for
police.
Accidental death .was the ver
dict returned by jury in case of
Wm. Holden, 45, 2969 Went
worth av., struck and killed by
auto of J. G.-p.eLongr, 611 E. 44th
st, Tribune reportr, DeLong
was exonerated.
Unidentified man about 30 kill
ed in St. Paul yards ,at Ada and
Kinzie sts. by train. Taken to
Western Casket Co., 1346 W
Madison st
Prince Penialowskij minister
of finance of France, is here.
Armour & Co. and Fred Op
penheimer, S. Water st. commis
sion merchant, were re-indicted,
charged with violation of the fed
erat meat inspection act.
Taylor st. car struck brewery
wagon of the White Eagle Brew
ing' Co. at Wood st Michael
Simpson, raotorman, broke rib.
John Olson, repair man on N;
W. "W lines, fell from-"!," struc
ture at Superior st. Xilled.
Robbers entered the home of-
Mrs. E. Morin,. 2d flat rear, 1317
W. Van Bur.en st, and escaped in
wagon with revolver, jewelry and
clothing valued at about $300. No
one home. Police investigating.
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