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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 26, 1912, Image 5

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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Fred Gmanhausen, 321 W. 14th
St., severely Injured when W.- L.
Ry. engine struck his wagon at
Sherman st.
No drunks arrested in Evans
ton yesterday.
John Wheeler, former inspec
tor of police; P. J. Harding form
er captain; G. T. Prim and D.
Keleher, former lieutenants, plan
ned fight for reinstatement.
Samuel Allasche, 752 N. State
St., held up and robbed of dia
mond ring and gold watch valued
together at $200.
Police still faying to identify
woman about 33 who was found
unconscious on St, P. Ry. tracks
between Oakley hlvd. and Leavitt
St., Tuesday and has not regained
consciousness.
Loot valued at $40 reported
stolen from Grace Episcopal
church, 1439 S. Wabash av.
Body of unidentified man with
bullet wound in heart found today
at W. 92nd st. and Vincennes av.
Revolver in hand.
Estimated loss of $10,000 in fire
in bldg. at 150-60 N. Desplaines
st. Mr. and Mrs. -Frank Witt se
verely injured.
Chief Thomas Hackett, 8th
battalion, and Driver James Mell
choir slightly injured while on
way to fire which destroyed St.
Andrew's Episcopal church, N.
Robey and W. Washington. Auto
struck their buggy.
E. M, Stevenson, 5432 Ontario
St., severely hurt when. Lake st.
car struck his auto.
Robert Abel, 40, 3363 Auburn
avj., and Paul Sesneduskies, bar
fender at 3364 S. Halsted st.,
quarreled.. Abel taken to Rhodes
hospital probably fatally wound
ed. Paul arrested.
Local police received word from
police at Danville that S. H, Al
cott, son .of Mrs. E. H. Alcott,
1200 E. 51st St., here, had been
shot and severely wounded there.
No details.
Two playsVill be given Satur
day morning in the Fine Arts
theater by children under 14
years, from the Esther Falken
stejn settlement, 1017-19 N.
Humbolt st.
Mrs. Mary O'Connell is proud
mother of 8-pound boy. Baby
was born on crowded Cottage
Qrove av. car. Mother and child
taken to 'St. Luke's hospital.
John Nebocka, 1441 Cornell St.,
found-dead in gas filled room.
Suicide.
At trial of Mrs. H. M. Burnham,
2735 S. Whipple st., today, Mrs.
Burnham confessed to killing her
husband 7 months ago.
Christy Nevill, 148 S. Sacra
mento av., arrested and returned
to Streator, where he is wanted
on charge of operating confidence
game.
John King attempted to hold
up J. Badilus, 1600 S. Union st.
Cop saw him. Arrested.
Michael Ryan, 4018 S. Dear
born St., Stock Yards police sta
tion detective f or 22 years, died
today of tuberculosis.
Body of man believed to be that
of L. LeVere, Shermanville, HI.,

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