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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 25, 1913, Image 9

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Wm. Bolongy, 30, guest at
Chicago hotel, suicide. Gun.
Small fire in rear of Daily News
building, 170 W. Madison st. No
one hurt. Small loss.
Carload of oranges shipped here
on Santa Fe Ry. condemned by
health authorities.
Case of "Dago Frank" Lewis,
charged with harboring girl un
der age in resort he is said to own
at 2033 Armour av, has gone to
jury.
Emil Guentert, farmer, found
guilty of murder of his wife. 20
years in Joliet.
P. S. Kingsbury, teacher at Oak
Park high school, has resigned.
Mrs. Kate Zimmer, Centralia,
111., left home with her four chil
dren. Arrested here.
Peter Johnson, watchman, 1343
N. Ashland av., fell into river at
..Weed st. Saved by fireman.
Frank Serra, 1006 S. Sanga
mon st., shot and severely wound
ed. Police investigating.
Wm. Swift, 1920 Ogden av.,
suicide. Gun. Love affair.
Harry Menicucci, 40, owner of
saloon, 1014 S. Wabash av., and
M. Bouche, saloonkeeper, 512 S.
Clark st., arrested charged with
violating closing law.
Fire in Vincennes hotel, 615 E.
36th st. Small loss. No one hurt.
John Barton, waiter, sentenced
to two months in jail for larceny.
"You hold up enough people
without going out of your regu
lar line of work,'' said Municipal
Judge Scully. "A waiter receives
enough tips without stealing."
Judge had just returned from
lunch.
Andrew Johnson, grocer, 3032
E. 18th st., killed bv I. C. train at
E. 73d st.
Mrs. A. W. Shaw, 429 Sheridan
road, severely hurt in auto acci
dent. R. Selle, tailor, Elmhurst, sui
cide. Rope.
Efford Woodson, negro law
clerk in office of City Prosecutor
J. S. Mclnerney, discharged by
Mayor Harrison. Charged with
being interested in gambling
house at 168 N. Peoria st.
Mrs. Chas. Plath, 102 W. Su
perior st., arrested on suspicion.
$135 and jewelry found on her..
Her husband said it was his and
that she had told him several days
ago that burglars had stolen it.
Four armed men got $45 from
restaurant of G. B. Wagner, 416
Rush st. Escaped.
Five steel coaches of I. C. train
jumped track at Melvin Station.
22 passengers .slightly hurt.
F. B. Carson, owner of "Chi
cago Bank," found demented by
jury in court for insane. Com
mitted to asylum at Peoria.
Ed Nelson, 4306 Kammerling
av., fined $25. Charged with
cruelty to1 animals.
County finance committee rais
ed salaries of 89 county hospital
employes yesterday.
W. B. Groom, 55, cattle dealer,
Mount Carroll, 111., missing. Had
large sum of money.
Anton Pisterzo arrested in
Marble, Colo., charged with em
bezzlement of about $5,000.
Unidentified man about 35
found dead on porch of vacant
house, May wood.

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