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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 04, 1913, Image 10

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Esther Sonderby in divorce suit
brought by Joseph Saracino
against his wife, Laura.
Fire in basement of store of S.
H. Mayer, 303 E. 47th st. $5,000
loss.
Burglar in home of T. C. Calla
han, Aurora, got $3 and revolver.
Had foot 16 inches long. Aurora
sleuths searching. ,
Eight residents of Sheridan
Park have formed vigilance com
mittee to make their neighbor
hood safe for women at night.
Revenue of $1,000,000 is being
obtained from annual license fees
for permits that city clerk is now
issuing.
W. Costello, C. J. Bunting, J.
O'Beirne and Bernard O'Grady
rented flat at 340 W. 56th st. J.
B. Sprankle, 5612 LaSalle st., the
owner, arrived to make repairs.
They threw him out. Arrested.
John Woods, 1532 E. 72nd St.,
watchman for I. C. Ry., held to
grand jury for killing of Frank
Biernat, 11929 Indiana av., whom
he shot yesterday in I. C. yards.
E. Pertrocelli, 37, 9549 Ave N,
laborer, killed by Penn. Ry. train.
Burglars entered home of Mrs.
Mary Lord, 2149 Powell av. Beat
it when she threatened him with
revolver.
G. F. Mulligan has resigned
from city atty's office. Will start
private law practice.
T. Henderson, janitor at 114
Williams st., suicide. Gas.
Seven men arrested in saloon at
3838 Cottage Grove av. Charged
with gambling. Fined $1 and $1
costs.
J. W. Breakey, carpenter, 44,
3450 W. 62nd pi., sentenced to 6
months in house of correction
charged with contributing to de
linquency of his two daughters.
Vito Magero, 16, 841 S. LaSalle
st., threatened to beat his parents.
Arrested.
Emma Swanson, 32, maid, con
fessed she stole money and arti- M
Cles irom ner employers, rmcu
$50 and costs.
Ed Rowley, 25, 114 W. 14th St.,
switchman for C, M. & St. P.
Ry., found seriously injured on
switch track near W. Lake st.
BITS OF WIRE NEWS
Washington. Richard Mor
gan Watt, chief constructor of
Navy Dept., explained high cost
of battleships as due to increased
tonnage and armament.
Washington. Taft has suc
cumbed and will not try to get
Col. Gothels' job as civil gover
nor of Panama canal zone.
Little Rock, Ark. Politicians
having trouble deciding on suc
cessor to U. S. Senator Jeff Davis,
who died two days ago.
Trenton, N. J. Sen. Owen,
Okla., urged appointment of Rob
ert Rogers, Okla., as secretary of
interior under Wilson.
Tarrytown, N. Y. John D.
Rockefeller, being unable to play
golf on account of storm, went
out and picked dandelions. Oh,
La!
Plainfield, Wis. Mrs. Cord L.
Ellis has surprised town by build
ing large barn all by herself.
Washington. Sen. Cullom's
Lincoln memorial idea is gaining
favor.

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