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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 07, 1913, Image 7

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made defendant in suit for $1,000
by Miss Jeanette Lipman. Al
leges she was driving auto on
March 26, 1912, when her car
was struck by one in which Capt.
Halpin was riding. She was hurt,
she says.
Miss Marie Zearlenda, 18, 1039
Johnson s.t, confessed that the
dead baby found in alley in rear
of her home was her's. Said she
and her brother Arthur choked
it to death to save her from
shame. Both held on murder
charge.
State warrants issued last
night for arrest of 3 policemen of
South Englewood station and 4
other alleged participants in the
Oak Lawn riot, in which patrol
men were badly beaten by vil
lagers, at a community dance
Thursday night.
J. W. Scott, LaCross, Wis.,
farmer, in hurry in building at
325 S. Dearborn st., did not wait
for elevator. Slipped on second
floor landing. Landed in street
with remains of glass door.
Police raided Irwin hotel, 12
W. Van Buren st. 9 men arrest
ed. Charged with being patrons
of a handbook.
John Clark arrested for run
ning handbook in Stag hotel, W.
Van Buren st. and Plymouth ct.
Two men attempted to hold up
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Russell, 1730
Prairie av. She fought. Bandit
fired. Missed. Hit her with gun.
Fled. Mrs, Russell received se
vere scalp wound.
Max Bernstein, 1135 S. Des
plaines St., victim of hold-up men.
$73,
Walter Moran, 22, arrested.
Confessed robber.
John Moore, barber, 736 Dear
born st., arrested charged with
running handbook.
Arty. E. N. Zoline, for convict
ed dynamite conspirators, today
asked U. S. Circuit Court of Ap
peals here for permission to file
2 surety bonds of $60,000 each for
Olaf E. Tveitmoe and P. H.
Clancy.
Bail of $30,000 was submitted
for H. W. Leigleitner, Pittsburg,
convicted dynamite conspirator.
Will be held up for approval.
Three men entered store of
James Brady, 1138 Blue Island
av. He was suspicious. Shot.
Ray Small, 2438 Grenshaw av.,
severely wounded. Hospital.
Brady arrested and later released.
Mrs. Mary Louise Dolber,
Sheridan, 111., died. Left $200 in
her will for her dog.
Matthew Anderson, 35, 459 N.
Western av., found with both
hands frozen, lying on sidewalk.
Hospital.
Bulldog of C. Hartman, saloon
keeper, 702 S. Dearborn St., put
John Cook, 6549 S. Morgan St.,
out of the saloon. Several stitches
taken in Cook's leg when dog got
through. Dog taken to pound.
Cook not arrested.
James Connelly, 47, 2003 Emer
ald av., found lying in street buf
fering from cold.
Fire in bldg., 2220 Lincoln st. 9
firemen trapped on 3d floor. Res
cued by ladders. $3,000 loss.
John Noek, 54, 1022 W. 18th
st., suicide. Acid. Ill health.
F. L, Gustafson, 2070 Ogden

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