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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 26, 1912, Image 6',
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CHICAGO NWS IN BRIEF
Pickp9cketaon Halstedjt. car
at Van Buren s robbed John P.
Christenson, 1523 Warren av, of
$150 belonging to LocaJ 32 of the
Tile Layers' and Helpers' Union.
John Tathers, 233 K 34th st.,
had pocket picked of $35 on th
Three boys, wanting Christmas
money, broke a Boston Store-window
and stole women's hose.
Caught. Central police station.
Policeman Michael J. Mulvey,
35, 5749 S. Peoria st., badly hurt
stopping runaway team at 62d
and Halsted sts.
Warren av. police looking for
driver of yellow laundry wagon'
which ran over J, E. Geidel, 2223
W. Adams st. Geidel at County
Hospital. Condition serious.
Fred Renner, 5, shot and
killed. Herman Vorreyer, 15, his
cousin, pulled trigger of new re
volver at Reaner's home, W. 18th
st. and S. 44th av. Vorreyer
Joseph Weiss shot three men in
father's cafe, 2021 West Divi
sion st.' David-Brye,-1242 North
'Campbell ave., may die.
Dr. Wm. T. Kifkby, former
president of defuti'ct frank, brake
down Under severe questioning.
Judge Landis- forced Kirkby's at
torney to return fee.
Frank A. Worden, Hbtei MeSfc
ropole proprietor, cleared of ac
cessory to delinquency charge.
227 permits to get hitched for
life issued by marriage licence
Fred Greenig, 2.3609 North
Ashland ave.; -Merlin Martinx, 20,
3229 Lincoln ave.-, found guilty of
contributing to delinquency of 16
John Metzger, 3666 Rhine st, .
chased goose from South Water
st. to rivef. Patrol boat. Goose -caught.
JFred Miller, 458 South State
st., fined $50 for making goo-goo
Joseph Rosen,-Boston, pinched.
Denies he is a pickpocket.
Chicago Federation Council
want law kept on New Year's
Fred S. Vaughan, 8f 2 Clark st.,
printer, swallowed' poison. Sur
Committee- of city council and
citizens discussed attempts to
bribe building inspectors.
J. R Patterson, alleged beauty
shop advertising swindler jailed.
Council committee on gas, oil
and electricity discussed new
phone rates. Charge Chicago
Telephohe Co. with lobbying id
City Hallo block rate reduc
tion Rev. Wilbur Glenn Voliva says:
7'Women suffrage Bah !" Wil
bur's fixing to get himself into
real trouble. ' f
Police looking for 15-year-old
girl check swindler. North SideV
Edgar T. Davies, state factory'
inspector, obtained 45 warrants '
charging violation of woman and
child 10-hour labor law.
Leonard Glowanski, 12, 1621
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