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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 06, 1913, Image 6

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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Al Charest, 22; Jas. Mitchell,
chauffeur, 26, and Chas. Mc
Neff, 22, all of Detroit, arrested
in fiat aU057 W. Monroe st. Sus
pected auto bandits.
Mrs. Katherine Scaley, 740
Dearborn st., arrested, charged
with stealing two roasts of beef
from icebox of John Simons, 742
N. Clark st.
O. C. Blackmar, 85, Oak Park,
dead. Heart failure.
C. Jones, 38; Peter McFadden,
29, 1132 Sedgwick st, and R.
Gilli, 30, 222 W. Ohio St., said to
have attacked P. Furlong, 347 N.
Clark st., and robbed him of $6.
Arrested.
Guy Huston, Warsaw, 111.,
found dead in rooming house,
1536 W. Adams st. Believed sui
cide. Michael Georziano, 704 W.
Ohio st., shot five shots into
group of men. Had been drink
ing. Mary Ryder, River Forest,
severely wounded.
G. H. Lewis and wife, J. P.
Lewis and wife and Mrs. F. Wil
liams of East Chicago, Ind., se-.
verely hurt when car struck their
auto.
New York jewelry salesman,
who refused to give name, has
asked police to find trunk contain
ing diamonds worth $10,000
which he checked over L., S. & M.
S. Ry. from N. Y. here.
Exit warm weather. Enter cold
v cather and skating.
Pastors of 41st st. and First
Presbyterian churches spoke
from same jrolpSt -esttnfey. Con
gregations from both churches
attended. Churches are as one
now.
Organizing suffrage clubs
among colored women here.
Meeting held at Quinn's Chapel.
Plans laid for suffrage rally
among colored women, to be held
at 2839 S. State st.
W. J. McKenna, former alder
man 5th ward here, is dead at San
Antonio, Tex. Caused from tuber
culosis which resulted from street
car accident 9 months ago.
Andrew Mauzkinsky, 34, 3335
Mosspratt St., laborer, slipped
on ice-covered stairs. Killed.
Al Goodman, 66, Oak Park,
dead. Heart disease.
Gambling raid on poolroom on
M. Pettor, 1017 Orleans st. Dice.
28 arrested. Pettor booked as
keeper.
J. H. Hart, 41, bidg. contractor,
dead from injuries received when
he fell down elevator shaft in
bidg. at 618 Randolph st., Xov. 26.
John Kerins, police operator at
Desplaines st. station, bruised
and cut in struggle with Geo.
Brown, whom he had arrested.
Brown charged with disorderly
conduct.
"This is bum steak," said L.
Weiss, 113 W. Ontario st., to N.
Patropas, owner of restaurant at
543 N. Clark st. Fight. Patropas
arrested, charged with hitting'
Weiss on head with chair. Weiss
seriously hurt.
Pat Moriarity, 116 S. Morgan
st., arrested on complaint of Miss .
HelenSigela, 1815 S. Paulina st

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