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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 19, 1912, Image 4',
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room, they found only the dead,
the dying and the maimed.
Underneath the pillow they
found another automatic revol
ver, and three clips "of bullets
ready to be inserted.
On the floor was part of a letter
addressed to a "Dear Mr. Kim
ball." It was rambling- and in
coherent And so ended the career of Jos
eph Vogel, master criminal.
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
George Ryan, 2413 W. Huron
St., confessed that he and "Spike"
Nelson held up four persons at
point of guns on West Side last
Saturday night. Nelson also un
der arrest, denies.it .
Defense in trial of G. W. Fitz
gerald, accused of stealing $173,
000 from the government sub
treasury here, struck a blow when
it brought out in a cross examina
tion that others besides the ac
cused had access to the cage
from which the money disap
peared. ISO delegates of Illinois Feder
ation of Commercial Clubs gath
ered today at Hotel LaSalle.
Markdalled up Robert Peg
ram's drug store, 5858 S. Hal
sted st., told him to send $2 worth
of drugs and change for $10.
."When the delivery boy arrived
man snatched the drugs and' $10
Miss Pearl Seddens, 3759 Grand
blvd., roBbed of handbag contain
ing keys and 60 cents by negro
and white man. They escaped.
Bandit held up John Koskur
tas in his restaurant, 102 S. Hal
sted st. Escaped with $4.
Robbers entered home of L. K.
Canouse, 519 E. 49th st. Escaped
.with $1,000 worth of jewelry.
$3,000 rjropetfy loss in fire on"
second floor of S. Franklin & Coy
frame factory, 1213 Waller st,
John Russian, 4633 Hermitage
ave., fatally injured in fight with
Michael Pobpachek, 4627 Gross
ave., who escaped. Love affair.
- Cook in employ of George Hig
ginson, Jr., 713 Rush St., hid $36
in 'phone book. The book was
exchanged for new one. After go
ing through carload of old books,
searchers found the money and
Stephen LaPorte, Tucson,
Ariz., arrested here on suspicion,'
confessed that he killed Walter
Taylor, ranchman, near Tucson,
on Aug. 13, 1907.
Mrs. Rose Sipari, 759 Fprquer
st., dead. Gas. Accidental.
Mrs. Elizabeth Harvey, 67, Oakf
Park, struck hy car at Madison
and Waller sts. Seriously injured.1
Tray of 28 diamonds valued at'
$1,000 stolen from jewelry store,
of Conrad Heegan, 2427 Went-,
wort have., by two thieves. Es
caped in auto.
Miss Antoinette Di Angele, 18
and Miss- Leona Comfort, 17, who
ran away from their home in
Lynn, Mass., and came here with
Vincent Dorazio, 21, and Chas.'
Subrizio, 21, were married today
by Judge Fake.