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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 03, 1912, Image 8',
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slout. They were both sibc-'feet.
Hsr pointed this out and theytold
him to beat it. He did,
Goverjior-elect, Edward F.
JCfunne Tjelieves there should be
two public utility commissions,
one, for Chicago and the other for
test of state.
i Edna Phillips sentenced to two
"years in federal prison' at
"Lanfemg; Mich. Forged postal
orders. - -
Stabbing fray at W. Lake and
N. Robey sts. John McAllister,
alias TJiomas Loss,-2l6'"Tallman
st., left, lung, will diei Frank Gal
lagher,' 326 N. Fairfield av., and
John Sullivan, 216 N. Lincoln st.,
both cut. - Joseph Parello and'
Joseph Lanardi held by,police.
Adam Schmidt, 10, 1147 Grand
av., fen" down stairs. Will die.
Impatient would-be hotel guest
was not served in time. Topk up
W. Madison. hotel register and
Sweet tooh burglars broke in
to Busy Bee restaurant, 6 S. Jef
ferson st. Beat it with the eats.
Oscars A, Aufhier, 22, mail
clerk on training ship Hannock,
arrested for embezzling $350
from government. -
Joseph Holmes, 24, 108 Me
nominee st, .tpld police, that bur
glars were in house. Police could
not find burglars, so they took
Joseph. Think he's crazy.
Robert Gurke called at East
'Chlca'gd aV. station-yesterday to
deny that Tie had been burned to
death Sunday night in fire that
destroyed the ship Flora, off Or
Charles Berk, 2926 Diversey
blvd., saloonkeeper, bound, gag
ged and robbed of-money, jewelry
Railway men in Chicago and
elsewhere want Edgar E. Clark'
reappointed as member of inter
state commerce commission.
Miss Nellie Hight, 17, 647 N.
Park av., chased a gray-haired
masher from an elevated train
downtown yesterday. Used an
George P. Murray, chief special
agent of the Illinois Central, says
that operations of "doctor" bur
glars and their band extended all
over the country.
In auto collision at S. Wabash
and 55th st. last night, Isaac Wil
liams, 4834 S. Michigan av.,and
George Strayer, 2838 Indiana av,
drivers, were injured.
U. S. JAPAN AMBASSADOR
Larz Anderson, now minister
to Beleium. who has just been ap
pointed to succeed Charles P.
Bryan as ambassador.