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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 20, 1912, Image 6',
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fired at by two tnotor cops who
thought they were chasing auto
filled with bandits. B. Caldwell,
4734 Dearborn st, -chauffeur, was
Mrs. Alice Langren's $10,000
suit filed against Peter Bartzen'
charging slander continued to
Louis Forbes and Morris
Wolfe arrested as auto bandits.
Martin Pankq, 2029 N. 52nd av.,
attacked Mrs. Grace Reichert,
4721 N. Monticello av. She
screamed. Panko fled. Police
man shot Panko' is dying 'in
"Average auto owner is cheap
est sport on earth." Municipal
Judge Hopkins. 225 auto owners
and teamsters before him yester
day for violations. Fin ed-$2 each.
Local Clean Food and Women's
club started their 24 cents a dozen
egg sale today.
17 women and 2 men arrested
in 7 raids of houses in levee dis
trict which attempted to open last
Mrs. Ada Mitchell, 4022 S.
Wabash av., robbed of $10 by
1 Robbers took purse of Miss
Helen Reynolds, manicurist at
Hotel Sherman. Got 2 cents.
She carried-$98 in her stocking.
Dr. C. C. O'Byrne, 2955 Wash
ington blvd., named in recent
Whitlock divorce suit, was dis
charged when called in court for
failure to have back auto lights
Leonard Wolnak, 14, 4528 S.
Termitage av., errand boy, shot
and severely wounded by Stanley
Waranowski, 16, 4524 S. Wood
st. Stanley arrested.
Public schools and other public
buildings here are to be used in
futhre as polling places. This will
save the county renting 1,365
Young manppsing as J. Ogden
Armour, Jr., cashed checks in
several .gambling, houses here.
There is no J. Qgden Armour,
Jr. Gamblers are out-$5,000.
Mrs. Olga Johnspn, 3248 Cor
tez st., suicide. Poison.
" Accidental, was verdict of cor
oner's jury in, investigation of
death of Irene Framheim, 18,
6130 Ellis av., killed by street car.
Body of boy about 2 days old
found in vacant lot at E. 56th st.
and Sfony Island av. Taken to
Vernon Nichols, 424 W. 63d
st.-? Walter Illingi 1744 W. 63d
st.; Chris Fahy, 829 W. Garfield
blvd., and Hugh J. Smith, 925 W.
54th St., arrested as suspects of
committing many robberies.
' Jacob Hage, 767 W. Jackson
blvd., got sore because his wifei
refused him money. Beat her. Ar
rested. Wm. Mahler, 17, 6135 S. May
st., arrested on charge of theft,?
has been paroled. ?
Michael Jruska and Patriciai
Voiski, 3315 Auburn av., arrested
after death of their 4-year-old.j
daughter, were exonerated when,,
coroner's jury found she had died ,
of pneumonia. Later they were'
sentenced to 4 months in Bride
well when they confessed they.;
were not married.