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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 06, 1912, Image 6',
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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
.Romantic burglars gave Rob
ert D. Martin, 4828 Kimbark av.,
his chain back when he tojd them
it was heirloom. Took, watch and
Edward Moriarity, joy rider,
who accused police of siealing
$1,500 diamond from him, fined
$50. Harry Berg, in cell with
Moriarity, said diamond was
given him by Moriarity. Mike
Crego, another of the party, fined
$50. Five others .$5.
Leroy Huffey, 18, 2758'W. Van
Buren st; Harry Jacobsen, 22,
143 S. Western av-, and Albert
Walsh, 18, 341 S. Campbell av., at
Warren av. police station charged
Isaac Linzille, 59, 450 Rush st,
former sergeant of police, fatally
injured by car at Indiana ay. and
E. 37th st
Jane Addarns given 6-ton lump
of coal to be distributed among
P. P. Furlong, medical student,
saved life of Jennie Feldman,
1316 Spaulding av. Girl had been
struck by Madison st. car and
thrown in path of ice wagon. Fur
lpng picked her up and carried her
Joseph E. Davies, secretary of
the National Democratic commit
tee, in Chicago today.
Warren Ralston, 18, 4023 Polk
st, held to grand jury in $3,000
bonds by Judge Mahoney, Des
plaines st. court. Ralston and
Robert Perry stole auto. Perry
killed in smashup.
Judge JRichard E. Burke over- J
ruled Mayor Harrison, state's at
torney and Chief McWeeny by
ordering West Hotel, above no
torious saloon of Frank Bros., at
Halsted and Madison sts., closed.
Eleven men arrested playing
poker in Revere House, 425 .N.
$1,800 saved by his mother
may save George W. Fitzgerald
from prison. Sister swears that it
was at disposal of George. Gov
ernment has claimed is as part of
- Police Chief McWeeny was of
fered $5,000 today if he would de
liver jack Johnson anywhere in
state of Louisiana. Letter posted
fro mMonroe, La.
Mrs. Margaret Englebrecht,
23, 2735 Princeton av., succeeded
in second attempt at suicide. Gas,
Christmas trees found floating'
in .Sturgeon Bay will be shipped
to Mrs. Herman Schuennsmann,
wife of captain of missing Rouse
Joseph Drabisch tried to start
fire with gasoline. Exploded.
Drabisch badly burned. Julius
Novoshe went to help. Julius
burned. Crazed with pain, Julius
jumped from window and broke
Jukius Scott swallowed four
teeth and bridge while asleep.
X-Ray. Then operation.
JBartzen gives $3,681 to charity
d invites public to pay bill.
Sim Tuckfaorn's dive 'at 24 W.
2uincy st closed by Mayor Har
rison. Mrs. Hilda Brown, nurse em-