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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 11, 1912, Image 7',
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has been made superintendent of
Boys' Club, 440 S. Dearborn st.
Mrs. Barbara Smith, 56, 1064
N. Paulina st, arrested on five
charges of passing worthless
Five alleged keepers of "blind
pigs" arrested and charged with
selling liquor without license.
Tony Belmonte, 713 W. Polk
St., fell 25 feet down flight of
stairs in building at 1109 S. Des
plaines st. Will die.
Two men attacked Frank Cal
endo on second floor of his home,
1031 W. Polk st., when he refused
them $10. He leaped out win
dow. Seriously injured. They
Joseph Farra, 20, 2642 S. 43rd
ave., tell trom Ulue island ave.
car at W. 14th st. Leg broken.
Four white men and three ne
groes arrested in dice raid at N.
Robey and W. Lake st, charged
Michael Currie, employe of HI.
Ex. Co., 512 W. Adams st., crush
ed between elevator and shaft.
Broken leg. County hospital.
Two unidentified laborers kill
ed in Maywood by C. & N. W. Ry.
Patrick Joyce fell asleep in car.
Got real mad when he woke up
and found he had passed his stop.
Attacked W. S. Jones, conductor
Pioto Shegun, 916 Will st, call
ed on his brother Nicholas, 630
Maxwell st, to collect debt His
brother and Lucian. Sawtuk,
boarder, attacked and robbed him
of $50. Nicholas and Sawtuk ar
rested charged with robbery. Pio
to arrested charged with disorder
Hale Holden, formerly of Kan
sas City, has been elected vice
president of the C, B. & Q. Ry.
Wm. A. Wright, waiter 830 N.
CJlark st, thinks if he was sent to
Bridewell for 30 days it would be
the making of him. He appealed
to the police, but they refused.
He will appeal to Judge Caverly.
James Kikri, 18, 311 S. Sanga
mon st., threw brick through win
dow of Central Candy Co., 500 S.
Desplaines st. Arrested. Said
they refused to pay him when he
E. B. Gregory, 30, waiter, and
Jack Reynolds, waiter, quarreled
in grillroom Of Congress cafe,
500 Wabash ave. Gresrory hit
Reynolds with beer bottle. Se
riously wounded. Gregory ar
rested. Body of August Flohr, 53, who
disappeared from his home, 4531
N. Western ave., three weeks ago,
found in lake at foot of Indiana
st. Believed suicide as result of
being separated from his wife.
Anthony Williams, 18, 2523
Lyons st, stole hand car and took
ride on C. & R. Ry. tracks near
Lyman st. Special Detective Mc
Inerney ordered him to stop, then
shot' Williams will die. Mcln
erney was not arrested.
She How far can? your ances
try be traced?
He Well, when my .grand
father resigned his position as
cashier of a country bank they
traced him as far as China, but lie