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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 24, 1912, Image 7

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Miss Jessie Kever, 16,. 7928
Parnell av., severely hurt by auto.
Occupants of machine did not
stop.
John Evans, 71, wealthy farm
er of Dennison, N. Y., with his
bride, arrived here after a short
wedding trip, and admitted that
his second marriage was due to
kind of bread she makes.
Chas. Litwikz, bartender, 2258
W. 20th St., in a serious condition
as result of being cut by beer
glass.
Patrick Parney, 1006 Sedgwick
st., seriously injured when brick
fell from 3rd story of building
being erected at Sheridan road
and Winona st, hitting him on
the head.
Arthur Baker, negro, 4022
Grand av., attacked and severely
injured Mrs. Catherine Ullrich,
4707 Calumet av. Arrested.
J. F. Connery, recorder of
"deeds, has requested judges of
circuit court to grant him addi
tional office assistance.
Chas. Walker, 9, 4513 Racine
av., had leg cut off by C, M. & St.
P. Ry. train.
Francis R. Streff, 5, 5120 Union
av., missing.
Frank Stell, 26, 1382 W. Ohio
St., teamster, severely hurt by car.
Albert Baird, 26, and 'Ernest
Johnson, 23, 11413 S. Park av.,
fined $50 and costs for interfering
with services in Swedish Luth
eran Church. x
Joseph Boeding, 159 E. Chica
go av., fined $200 and costs for
"mashing."
John Kosloff fined $5 and costs,
charged with attempted burglary.
Frank Mozurkiewicz, employed
at 9143 Houston av., says he lost
$2,000 yesterday afternoon.
Slander suit against Peter
Bartzen by Mrs. Alice Langren
for $10,000 continued to Jan. 7.
Wm. E.. Lynch, former letter
carrier, sentenced to six months
in county jail for stealing letters
containing money. ,
Joseph and Thomas Flannery,
brothers, 3817 Archer av., and T,
Sullivan, 3479 Archer av., arrest
ed, charged with attacking and
robbing three Chinese on Nov. 9.
$7,000 bonds each.
Chas. Kerner, 61, 2408 S. Cen
tral Park av., struck by auto
truck. Died.
J. A. Binard, mngr. Butler
Bros., dead from injuries received
in auto crash.
Miss Jessie Kever, 16, 7928
Parnell av., target for auto. Se
verely hurt.
John Conley, 80, .last survivor
of steamer Artie, which sank in
1854 with 400 persons on board,
is dead at his home, 2943 S. Wa
bash av.
Miss Mary Veronica Murphy,
local 'phone girl, who is to marry
Prince di Santa Margherita, Mes
sina, Italy, wants to spend Christ
mas here. Has postponed wed
ding till after holidays.
Following a letter from Mayor
Harrison, Bohemian dances at
Hotel Sherman stopped last
night.
Standard Glass Co. plarft, 2343
45 La Salle St., destroyed by fire.
$250,000 loss.
Indictment of .Nino Sacco by
federal grand jury, on 4&arge of
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