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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 18, 1913, Image 8

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. L. W. Crow, 4320 Hazel
av., had $1,500 worth of jewelry
stolen from her clothes while she
was in swimming tank at Chicago
Athletic Ass'n.
, Fred Dories, 716 N. Ada st.;
Leo Serinski, 1085 N. Marshfield
av., and Ed North, N. Y. City, ar
rested after robbing Al Edwards'
cigar store, 1117 N. Ashland av.
A. J. Beveridge, ex-senator
from Indiana, will lead list of
speakers secured for second ban
quet of Progressive Club here.
Body of Mrs. A. Blodgett, 75,
found in alley by her son-in-law,
J. E. Wilhoit, 2636 N. Clark st.
Bruise over right eye. $230, dia
mond ring and gold ring found on
her. Believed heart attack. Was
bruised when she fell.
' Cook County Odd Fellows' an
nual reception and ball will be
held tonight at First Regiment
armory.
A $165,000 addition will be
added on Park Manor school,
Rhodes av. and E. 71st st.
Peter Thelen, 3158 N. Ashland
av., held to grand jury on charges
preferred by Miss Cora Richards,
15. 1900 Nelson st.
James Martin, 40, iron worker,
7236 Perry av., dead from injuries
received several days ago when
he fell in new Conway bldg.
Andrew "Philips, 1700 N. Ar
tesian av., dropped nickle.
Stooped to pick it up. Fell down
stairs. Died at hospital.
Walter Scott, arrested as auto
bandit, identified as Frank McEr
lane, son of wealthy West Sider.
Harry Kauffman, 12, 842 N.
Wells st., seriously hurt by auto.
$11,240,240 total loss by fires in
Illinois during 1912, according to
fire marshal's report.
Cases against A. R. Tearney,
Dem. alderman and saloonkeeper,
for violation of 1 o'clock closing
law were dismissed for lack of
evidence.
Old Time Printers' Ass'n had
their 207th anniversary of birth
day of Benjamin Franklin at
Hotel La Salle. Banquet and
dance.
Thos. Freer, sec'y Steamfitters
Union No. 520, indicted by grand
jury on charge of killing Thos.
Conway on Dec. 28.
Grace Harmen, 16, and sweet
heart, F. S. McNamee, both o
Cleveland, arrested. The girl is
wanted for 'theft of $100 from her.
foster mother and the man for,
violation of Mann white slave act.
Have been living at 505 Cass st.
Fire in building of Alter Light
Co., 407 N. Desplaines st. No one
hurt. $2,000 loss.
200 members of high school
sororities danced their statement
of independence to Board of Edu
cation at Congress Hotel last
night. Say they think they have
perfect right to have their sorori
ties and will keep on "having them.
Chas. Belton, 17, 3853 Langley
av., arrested charged with theft
of jewelry worth several dollars.
Richard Barber, negro, 161 W.
Indiana av., arrested after he had
robbed kitchen of Boston Oyster,.

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