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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 17, 1913, Image 6

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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Monoplane operated by Geopge
Mostach in collision here Sept-14,
which caused death of Howard
Gill, -will be sold at auction by
i government Jan. 28 for failure to
pay duty on the machine.
Fire in plant of Pearson & Her
rin, 734 W. Kinzie st. $150,000
loss.
Elmer Bemtsen, 652 N. Car
penter st., arrested on charge of
beating and not supporting his
wife. Sentenced to stay in every
Sunday night unless he took her
with him.
Three negroes held up and
robbed Mrs. Mary Coria in her
restaurant at 72 E. 39th st. Es
caped with $10.
Burglars in home of Harry
Doering, 2446 N. Kedzie av. Got
jewelry worth $150.
G. C. Brustman, 5908 Peoria
st., victim of holdup men. $38 in
cash and $40 watch.
Three negroes held up and
robbed J ohn Luckins, 1135 W.
61st st. Got $17.
Mrs. Annie Quinn, 2847 South
port av., broke mirror in saloon
of Peter Balmas, 2825 Southport
av., where they sold liquor to her
husband. Says she will wreck all
saloons where they sell her hus
band liquor.
John Luckman, 6100 S. May
st., beaten and robbed of $14 by
three holdup negroes.
M. Franklin, cashier Goshen
Shirt Co., held up and robbed of
$1,100 at Hammond, Ind.
C. E. Troxell, 31, 5645 Green
wood av., general claim attorney
for Chicago City Railway com
pany, dead. Heart 'failure.
George Thompson, negro, ar
retted on charge of Mrs. Mary
Hansen, 3855 ntworth av.,
who says he hypnotized her 15-year-old
daughter, attacked her,
then promised to make amends
by marrying her. They were
married in Niles, Mich.
Three-story brick building un
der construction at 44th and
Armitage avenues, fell today. No
one hurt.
"Within 5 years there will not
be a wooden building in Chicago ;
everything will be fireproof and
the fire department will have the
easiest time in its history." Ed.
M. Hager, Pres. Ass'n of Amer.
Portland Cement Mnfrs. at na
tional cement show at Coliseum.
Six co-eds of U. of C. quaran
tined with scarlet fever.
Board of Education has passed
resolution directing suspension
for 30 days of all pupils belonging
to secret societies.
L. A. Kassel found guilty of
killing Frances Kulhanik. 25
years in prison. Jealous fight.
Henry Rutherford, 3735Emer
ald av., partly insane, escaped
from his home. Captured
Peter Fortune, brewer, who
died Nov. 26, 1912, without leav
ing a will, left estate Worth $560,
000. Steampship North American,
largest and best equipped passen
ger boat on Great Lakes, was
launched yesterday at Detroit.
J. E. Fisher, 4449 Indiana av.,
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