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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 17, 1913, Image 7

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tripped over tow line between'
two autos. Slightly injured.
Two ministers and several
physicians here have started war
.on Christian Science following
death of woman. Healers denied
admission to them,
Attorney Rocco De Stefano
adopted four children left father
less by death of a lodge brother.
Hyme Berson, 16, practicing
violin when burglar entered.
Hyme disarmed the burglar ; beat
him over head until unconscious.
Burglar arrested.
Mary Garden, grand opera star,
will sing for first time in cabaret
show tonight. "I'd be glad to go
after the opera, but can I get by?v'
she said. She will sing to students.
John Bavis, 8456 Mackinaw,
fined $100 for hugging a woman.
Jas. Lawrence, negro, had time
of his life when he stole push cart
today and walked streets with
crowd of children after him, eat
ing bananas he threw to them.
Arrested.
Herbert ' Gustavson, 12, 45Z7
Cottage Grove av., shot and seri
ously wounded by Earl Cook, 13,
4518 Cottage Grove av. Accident.
Three new smallpox cases
broken out in South Chicago.
W. H. Hansen, young painter,
solved mystery of many fires in
Irving Park. Confessed be did it
while drunk.
Report oh parcel post for first
15 days showed recepits were
1,417,733 packages for delivery at
cost of $3,500.
Coroner investigating death of
Wm. Stark, inmate of Dunning
institution, who "died from in
juries received from falling from
wagon."
M. Mica, bartender, 1861 W.
17th St., fell through open trap
door. Killed.
Come on, you hobos, and get
your places on the bumpers and
get started for the Hobos' Nat'l
Convention at New Orleans on
Feb. 14.
G. M. Sargent, 83, died at his
home in Evanston. Old age.
W. M. Gamble, pres. Gamble
Hinged Music Co., sued for $50,
000 for slander by Henry Teller,
who says Gamble accused him of
theft.
Three autos damaged when
horse ran into them at Union sta
tion. Runaway horse ran into and
damaged auto of 6544 Hermitage
av.
Coroner will investigate death
of Mrs. L. A. Lee, Evanston, who
died of pleuro-penumonia.
A. V. Mack, theatrical booking
agent, fined $100 and costs for
contributing to delinquency of
Isabel Smith, 17, 1013 S. Oakley
blvd.
S. J. AUister, 29 S. La Salle St.,
r .1 estate dealer, and Chris Ar
gosr, arrested, charged with ob
taining money under false pre
tenses. Nine men dropped from gam
bling squad and positions taken
by men brought in from stations.
Louis Zittori, 1057 W. Harri
son St., seriously injured when car
struck his wagon.
"Jerry" Horrigan, desk ser
geant at Central detail for. 15.

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