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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 15, 1912, Image 6',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
" Bessie and Katherine Palavick,
17 and 16, overcome by gas. Pul
Ed Ennis, 16, 4534 .Francisco
ave., arrested charged with steal
ing five autos.
Edward Seple, 2039 Keeley St.,
severely injured by auto of jC.
Greenburg, 1023 S. Winchester
Thomas Gilchrist, 33, 316 S.
State st., beji boy in Majestic ho
tel, arrested "charged with lar
ceny. Battalion Fire Chief B, L,
Fisher slipped on ice while an
swering jiye isuf, oruKcu jcg,
475 "wets" of Evartpn signed
petition for saloons.
Three persons bitten by bull
dog at LaSalle and Quincy sts.
Wm. Griff, alias "Bonus," form
erly employed at Hotel Bt-tro-pole,
arrested charged with lar
John C. Dahl, 405 N, Clarjc st
married one year, is missing.
, Wife has asked police to search
James Coleman, alias "Blazes,''
arrested on Wentworth ave. car.
Rev. W. T, McElveen, Evans
ton, read in paper that he had
died in Boston after a short 111
jiess. He denies the story.
"Why not put a few of those
automobile chapel cars on the
trail of our automobile thugs?"
Record-Herald. Not mentioning
that Meyers was a Record-Herald
deputy sheriff when killed.
Frank Oreskie, switchman,
killed at W. 39th st. and-S. West
ern av. by C, T, T. Ry. train.
Fritz Reinhardt,45, Joliet, 111.,
In order to give policemen and
firemen money fpr Thanksgiving
they will be paid Nov, 26 and
Nov. 27 instead of Dec. 1.
Alfred Poison, bridge repairer,
Winpetka, struck by C. & ,M.
Electric Ry. car in middle of Wil
low st. viaduct. Seriously injured.
Miss Anna Ladendorf, 20, 316
N- Washtenaw av, suicide. Gas,
Respondent over death of her.
mother., . ,
Wagon thieves escaped with N
gpoas vamea ac $j.,3uu jrom second-hand
store of S. Katofsky,
672 N Clark st.
Immigration C o m m i s sioner
fepacker, Wisconsin, believes that'
Fnen who go back to the farm
later return to the city. "Ten days
of doing chores before breakfast;
discourages them," he said.
Max Krull, tailor, W. Jackson
blvd. and S. Center av., arrested
on complaint of Miss Bertha
Shepard, saleswoman in loop,
store. Charged with larceny.
Samuel Hennessy, negro, at
tempted to rob James Daniels,
Georgia, Ala., negro. Fight Hen-
nessy shot and bled. James seri
Ignatz Kaiser, 4343 S. Dear
born st., suicide, Rope,
Paul Custer, 340 N. Normal
parkway, arrested, charged with
contributing to delinquency of
Margaret Walker, 6546 Ross av.
Crying month-old baby girl