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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 14, 1913, Image 6',
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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Roger de Coverley, Kirby case
witness, sought on charge of
perjury, has surrendered. County
Miss Portia Howe, gymnastic
instructor in Evanston private
school, has smallpox.
No one hurt when two I. C.
trains crashed at Archer av. and
S. Canal st.
Michael Resch, 2120 Larrabee
St., wine thief, -chased over build
ing tops by police. Fell through
Fire in building of S. Inlander
& Co., 5210 S. Ashland av. Many
dazed by smoke. $50,000 loss.
Purse snatcher grabbed novel
instead of handbag from Mrs. D.
B. Crandall, 1821 Fulton st. Es
caped. Gold watch and chain and $42
taken from Wm. Thealen, 819 E.
39th st., by holdup men.
Max McTabash, 3061 E. 92d
st., victim of holdup men. $7.20
and gold watch.
Walter Johnson, negro, arrest
ed as suspect of many recent
Ali Abdul, Turk, is the man
who was murdered and part of
his body put in suitcase. Hassan
Sina, Turk, arrested as the mur
derer. Identified as man who
borrowed butcher saw by D. Roti,
922 Grand av.
Miss Nellie Squire, ex-maid for
W. Wolf, 11 W. Division St., sen
tenced to three months in House
of Correction, charged with
Henry Watts, 3505 S. State st,
dead from injuries received when
he fell from new building.
Mrs. Elizabeth Hickey and
daughter, 1538 S. Trumbull av.,
severely injured by street car.
Barney Borg, 33U Stanley ter., u
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Chas. Brecht, 6446 Rhodes av.,
fined $25 for putting a tennarft
out of his flat.
John Surin, 1413 Elburn av.,
severely injured by auto.
Measles is now all the fad here.
Scarlet fever, diphtheria and
smallpox cases are numerous.
With "room 23" as her ohly
guide, Mrs. H. P. Vastine called
at every loop hotel in search for
her husband who, she said, was
out with an affinity.
Policeman John Courtney
charged with maltreating a pris
oner. Accused of assaulting J.
Hartnett, 19, in a saloon.
H. Evans, P. Jensen, alias Wil
son and Frank Beleski, arrested
last week after Evans had shot
Ppliceman C. Griffin, are held to
Julius Greco, 1021 W. Polk St.,
hid $400 in his home. D. An-
tonia, a friend, found it. Both -money
and Antonia are missing.
Burglars in home of J. A. John-
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son, ro i. pauiaing av. vjoi -j
Mrs. j. T. Sargent, 4012 Sheri
dan road, attacked by purse
snatcher. He got watch worth
$100, $14 cash and trinkets.
Fred Boettner, 78, Home wood,
111., killed by I. C. train.
Miss Grace Slater, domestic at
7150 Emerald av., attacked by