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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 23, 1912, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wm. J. Buness, 258 N. Fair
field av., fell from Madison st.
car. Severely hurt. ,
Pres.-elect Wilson will be here
Jan. 11.
Alex Zolowski, 600 W. 21st pi.,
and John Eschendach, 2128 S.
Western av., fought over girl's
hand. Alex is in hospital dying.
John arcested. v
Christmas this year will cost
Chicago nearly $20,000,000.
Mary Kurniski, 8, 1045 W. 32nd
st., killed by auto of Dr. B. F.
Roller, 2018 S. Michigan av.
J. Tourek, 2030 W. 35th st.,
chauffeur; Dr. E. Ackerman, 1377
Blue Island av.; Dr. L. Handel
man, 1212 W. 12th st; S. Clus
man, 1311 Blue Island av.; R.
Weinh5use, 1358 Throop st., and
Ben Benjamin, 1113 W. 14th St.,
severely injured when street car
struck auto truck and auto at W.
12th and S. Loomis. sts. Autos
demolished.
Phillip Orwine, watchman at
727 W. Lake st., fired shots at
supposed safe blowers. Returned
fire and fled.
Two men robbed Wm. Thom
son, W. Randolph and N. Sheldon
sts., of $15.
J. F. Gierson, 643 Dearborn av.,
victim of armed robbefs. $35.
Robber threw paper wrapped
brick through window of grocery
of T. Morgan, 1167 W. Adams st.
Scared away without loot.
Family returned to home of H.
A. Pisors, Evanston and frighten
ed away burglar.
J. W. Hasse, 5700 Justine st,
victim of robbers. $500 in jew
elry. ,
George Hennessey, 22, 1523
Sedgwick st. ,and James Riley,
20, 1138 Sedgwick'st, arrested as
burglars.
After fighting several hours in
ice of Lake Michigan, the tug A.
E. Fisher, of Grand Haven, Mich.,
arrived here safely.
Mrs. Harriet Johnson, 63, 706
W. 116th st., burned to death
when her house caught fire.
Dr. J. J. Egan, ambulance sur
geon, 642 E. 42nd st., dead. Pneu
monia. Rev. Wm. J. Regan, candidate
for priesthood at St. Rita's col
lege, -dead. Acute Bright's dis
ease. Chief of Police McWeeny has
been branded as a lawbreaker, a
servant of the city's vicious ele
ment, by a score of church pulpits'
for his order permitting Chicago's
annual New Year orgy.
Lincoln hall, dance nail, 9001
Commercial av., closed by police.
Officers were sent to lall other
South Side dance halls after, com
plaints that Sunday night dances
were immoral and disorderly.
Mrs. Joseph x Krock, 4356
Washington blvd., received
Christmas turkey from her broth
er in Kentucky weighing 38
pounds. '
Fire destroyed Hoskins Auto
Service garage, Michigan av. and
20th st and ten autos. $35,000
loss.
Sheriff Michael Zimmer has re
ceived, at hands of 22nd -ward

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