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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 12, 1913, Image 6',
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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
"Trilby" Thompson and "Ted
dy" Webb were "seen" today at
Ohio and State sts. Just seen
Burglars entered saloon of
Thos. Loonon, 1100 W. Adams
st. Neighbor shot. Got nix.
Fred Seitz, 55, 1633 N. Park
wnen leg Decame wedged in
steam exhaust pit in bldg. at 616
S. Clark st.
B. Goldberg, saloonkeeper, 676
W. Madison st., fined $200 and
S. Lynden, 5201 S. 5th avM and
A. France, 6606 S. Seeley av.,
crushed by falling wall. May die.
Mrs. Rose Glick, 531 E. 36th
st., died at hospital from effects of
poison taken with suicidal at
tempt. G. T. Ireland, 20, S. Chicago,
got divorce from Millicent Dor
rans Ireland, 18.
J. Antkowiak, 4109 N. Drake
av., dropped dead on car. Heart
A. Ponger, 426 E. 43rd st., ar
rested for speeding. Hurrying
home to twins. Discharged.
F. Osborne and Arthur Smith
charged with mistreating 9-year-old
girl. Found guilty.
450 acres of lake bottom at
Gary, Ind., from lake shore to
government dock line, staked in
to 5 acre lots. Land now under
from 1 to 25 feet of water will be
reclaimed by Ind. Steel Co.
Because 3 slayers cannot be
brought here from Joliet at this
time, suit by T. W. Burke to col
lect $3,000 reward offered for ar
rest of slayers of Mrs. E. Kauf
man, shot by bandits Dec. 2, 1911,
has been continued to Feb. 26.
Rev. E. L. Williams, pastor
Grace Methodist church and
leader in anti-vice crusade, will
shortly make public names of
some of men higher up who have
av., engineer, severely burned been lining their pockets with
proceeds of disreputable resorts.
Health Dept. will make no ef
fort to enforce new ordinance for
cold storage inspection until more
money is forthcoming.
F. M. Bunch, ex-pres. Board of
Trade, and M. Bates, pres. W. G.
Press & Co., pleaded not guilty
to charges of "bucket shopping
and skinning trades," preferred
against them bv J. frill, Jr.
Elmer Dunne, 1308 W. Madi
son st., arretted because he had
a polkadot handkerchief. Sus
pect of Stockyards special rob
bery. Another man with a polka
dot handkerchief was arrested.
Refused to give name.
'-Extravagance is no longer
fashionable among womankind."
Madame M. T. Hosac, Pres.
local Dressmakers' club.
J. W. Boren, county hospital
interne, arrested in charge of one
of Ry. Co.'s kidnaping ambu
lances, has been suspended by
county civil service commission.
Mrs. B. N. Kent, 3141 Michi
gan av., wife of Dr. J. A. Kent,
pres. Kent College of Chiroprac
tice, arrested accused of operat
ing confidence game.
Mrs. Albert Carstens, 4319
Kenmore av., shot and severely