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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 03, 1913, Image 6',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
S. B. Adams, 214 Greenwood
av., fined $25 and costs for auto
Susie Pondexter, negress, ar
rested charged with picking
J. Zazkowski, 8335 Superior
tt., taken to isolation hospital
suffering with smallpox
Loss of $300 in fire in paint fac
tory of Otley Mnfg. Co., 1724 N.
Voting machines will not be
used here. City council has CHt
from its budget an appropriation
of $282,750 for 250 of the ma
chines ordered by Board of Elec
M. Dwyer, 801 Washington
blvd. ; S. Simon, 2736 Archer av.,
and J. Weinstein, 1251 S. Waller
av., arrested in alleged handbook
raid at 220 N. Halsted st.
W. B. Carter, charged with at
tempting to shoot Policeman Mc
Hu'gh, fined $25 and costs.
George Neacoris, 1132 W.
Adams st.. refused to pay $30
gambling debt. Three compan
ions beat and robbed him. Ar
rested, charged with assault and
Wm. Gaylor, colored, is in
Bridewell Hospital suffering from
bullet wound in leg. Tried to es
cape when policeman attempted
to arrest him.
J. Vellini, 726 W. Taylor St.,
and P.'Sanganelli, 729 W. Taylor
St., had neighborly quarreH Vel
lini stabbed and seriously wound
ed. Wm. Sicks arrested in barn at
3323 Calumet av., where he was
guarding supposed stolen liquor
valued at $2,000.
D. Krovanzano and S. Riccio,
youths, arrested, charged with d
throwing snuff in movie show.
Turned over to Juvenile officer.
S. H. Barbour, 3258 Prairie av., ,
arrested, charged with annoying
Miss Mildred Jones, 4324 Lake
av. Released on $500 peace bond. :
Frank Biernat, 11929 Indiana
av., gathered 45 cents' worth of'
stray corn on I. C. Ry. tracks to
provide for family. J. C. Woods,
I. C. watchman, shot. Biernat is
dead. Woods arrested.
Mary V. Pfitchard, 17, Evans--ton,
dead from operation.
Two charges against Aid. Al
Tearney for violating 1 o'clock
closing ordinance dismissed.
W. A. Paulsen, 50, 3716 Lake
av., pres. old Central Trust and
Savings Bank, arrested on two'
forgery charges and one embez
zlement. D. Dennison, 1855 W. 34th pi.,
swore out warrants for J. Haffner
and Wm. Sullivan, charging them
with stealing his wife, 3 children
and all his household goods.
James Cherin, 1121 S. Lincoln
St.. arraigned in Juvenile Court as
one of 3 boy bandits who held up
billiard room of J. Goldman, 2002
W. 12th st. Case continued.
Mrs. Sophie Loos, 58, 2520
Thomas av., found unconscious
by pet dog. Gas. Dog barked.
Woke son. Revived.
W. Link, 32, engineer at Heath
& MilligaaJSIfg. -Co.,. found-elec-