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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 14, 1912, Image 6',
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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Robert Duffy, 4536 Champlain
ave., stole auto of Oscar O. Elger,
4559 Grand blvdt 60 days in
Bridewell and $50 and costs fine.
f Inauest into death of Patricia
Rose, 2, 706 Sibley st., who was
killed by her father Tuesday, con
tinued to Nov. 7.
Alador Yescriniczky, pastor of
S. Chicago Hungarian Refonn
church, resigned. Was charged
with trying to induce congrega
tion to join the National Reform
Church of Hungary.
Samuel B. Allison, principal
Walsh school, exonerated from
blame in connection with death
of Andrew Rose, 12, 1955 Canal
port ave. Testimony showed he
had been injured by fall from
Inquest over body of Eleanora
Crawford, 9, 6240 Justine st., who
was drowned by her mother, Mrs.
Ella Crawford, has been con
tinued to Nov. 22 on account of
Mrs. Crawford's illness.
Six cars of oranges shipped
from Lindsay, Cal., were seized
by deputy U. S. marshals at Pro
viso, 111. Believed to be artificial
ly stained and corored to conceal
Wm. Shaver, 54fcl Madison
ave., teamster, who attempted to
kill himself Tuesday by swallow
ing carbolic acid, was fined $10
Alderman Si Mayer, 4603 S.
Michigan ave., is peeved at this
weather. Some one who needed
an overcoat stole it from Mayer's
home. - - ,
Frank Slaby, 29, 4509 S. Laflin
St., held to grand jury without
bail, following investigation of
death of his wife, Mrs. Cella
Slaby, 33, who was killed in her
kitchen Nov. 5.
Miss Mary Lehrkamp, 65, 5323
Wayne ave., dead. Gas. Acci
dental. Olaf Olson, 50, farmer, S. D.,
struck by express wagon at W.
Madison and Canal sts. Died.
P. Walsh, 16, and -Harry Mc
Guire,. 17, 2954 Cottage Grove
ave., who were in the wagon, ar
rested. Mrs. Anna Fitzgerald, 4417
Park ave., struck by auto of F. J.
Riley, 1240 Willow St., Austin,
A. L. Greenlaw, salesman, Bos
ton, who disappeared Nov. 7,
after drawing large sum of money
from Sherman hotel, which he
had deposited there, is still be
ing searched for. Foul play sus
pected. Negro robber held up and rob
bed Miss Bertha Oldenhauer,
1230 Dearborn ave. at E. 45th st.,
and Drexel blvd. Escaped with
$22 and two rings.
Miss Fruna Gruckstadt, 23,
who fled to N. Y. in January, after
cashing six checks of $50 each',
which she is alleged to have
forged, was arrested here wheri
Michael Gutto, 24, 5614 Prairie
ave., engineer, struck Miss- E.
Driscoll, laundress, at Washing
ton Park hospital. Fined $200.