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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 30, 1912, Image 6',
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tween N. Oakley blvd. and Leav
itt st, several days ago, died at
hospital. , , i
Car struck auto at W. 12th and
Loomis sts-Mrg,. Liyjan.Wachs
muth and husband, 53,12 Drexel
av. ; Mrs. Arthur Donlin'and hus
band, 3040 GalumetW., seriously
injured. O. M. Eimby chauffeur,
4829 Greenwood 'av.,' severely
hurt- r I '
Mrs. Eva "JRotte, Auroraf is
mother of child believed to be
smallest in country. Weighs 17
ounces. - ' t
Leon lOehi, 401 Grand av.,
dead. Apoplectic strdke. 4
S. O'Hara, 14; JohrfDevney,
IS, and H,, McLaughlin, 16, ar
rested as auto bandits. Admitted
stealing six autos. '
Robber escaped vwith jewelry
worth $200 from home of W. Hat
terey, 6002 Kenmore av.
Two armed negroes attacked
Mrs. M. Z. Lmdsey, 1241 N. State
st, in bed. Remanded her money.
She fought andi:hey fled. , ,
W. H. Nelson, 2200 N. Clark
st., victim of hold-ups. Gold
watch and 3 20.
Burglars escaped with $100
worth of clothing from store 6f
L. Hornstein, 3718 S. State st.
Hold-up. W. T. Tigball, 619
E. 15th st., victim. $40 and $250
Pickpocket. Sam Reinberg,
5413 Indiana av., victim. $2 and
4 pearls worth $125.
A. Hochfelder, 2143 N. Cali
fornia av., victim of hold-up. $86.
Three men attacked M. Olof
sky,ll446 Stephenson st., Pull
man, on street car. Got $85.
Burglars got $1,000 worth of
furs from store of H. Maunter &
Bro?., 114 W Michigan st. Used
Do your next year's Christmas
.shopping early-tso-you -won't have
to ridein dangerous freight eleva
tors. Volunteers pis America fed 1 2,
QQCLpersons yeste,rday in First
Dorothy Reason, former, rider
for Young; Buffalo Co.,, who stole
horse from First Calvary Riding
Acacfemy last Tuesday, has been
- More than 10,000 .cement man
ufacturers from all over U. S".,
Canada and Europe will be here
next month to -visitnational ce
ment exposition at Coliseum dur
ing week of Jan. 16.
, Mrs. J. W. Ware, 4453 N. Pau
lina av.? drogped dead in drug
stdr. ' , '
' James Brady, 24) 1039 W 12th
sjt., disappeared from his home
with $2,000 "Worth of jewelry and
$800 belonging to his mother. Po
Lorimer Mgmorial t Baptist
church, W. 22nd and Champlain
av.', Wrecked by fire. 160 children
marched out. No one hurt.
H. Reed7 45, former lake cap
tain, 1008 W. Madisdn st, found
dead in bed
Josephine Despensa, 4, 318 W.
23rd pi., died of burns.. Bonfire.
Wm. Komatefek, 13, Gary, 111.,
accidentally shot in hand. Died.
Fourteen gamblers arrested in
raid on coffee house, 840 W. Ran
Simon Kluokowski, 1354 Holt