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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 11, 1913, Image 8

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Knutson, 1748 NTaiman avj victim.1 Coons, "542"" NrviewPark"fe of
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Isolation hospital. Pupils yaccinated
25 "cases scarlet fever; 146 bases
of 'measles and 36 cases of diphtheria
reported yesterday.
J. H. Twitchell, S. Water st., com
mission, merchant, arrested for- fail
ure to pay $20 temporary alimony." ,
.Eugene Mania sentenced, to 412
years in prison for 'unlawful trans
portating Eva ThernaultVlS, to.'South
Bend, Ind., and Niles City, Mich., in
Oct., 1912.
Mrs. Mary Mariwska, midwife,
1645 Ashland .av., arrested, charg-'
Lj 1 1.LT. ' 3 ' ' j. 1 ii.lL
death of Mrs. A. Munczulewska,. 1623
Dickson st. Charged, with perform-
1 in g an operation on her weeks, ago.
JL.A. Link, 3251 S. Park av., se
riously .hurt wheii coat caught in
door of car, .throwing him to street
' J. Wehrle, grocer 1515 W. 47tht.,
arrested on serious charge made by
Catherine Reynolds, 805 W. 47th St.,
who is in' hospital1 in a' precarious1
condition. Accuses him of mistreat
ing' her when she"1 went to Tiis store
for-groceries.- ' -
Peter Scheibler, 19,' who, shot and
killed his father,- Charles; at their
home,;6806 S. Fairfield av., which the
father chased his 15-year-old Bister
with a knife, was exonerated by tie
coroner's jury. Self-defens'e.
"Martin Kane, saolonkeeper, 1438
W. Madison St., arrested on' cqmr
plaint of MissHelen Dean, 210 E.
35th st. Charges him wittisirugging
her. She Was arrested in the saloon
Sunday night.
J. C. Elliott, 75, 4742 Kenmore av.',
severely hurt by -street car. ' v-
Mrs. Harriet M.-Greerr, 53, negress,
4829 Armour av., killed by bulleY'as
she was entering her 'home. ' Stray
bullet from crowd- of fighting Ital
ians. ' -
Anton Luyten, 1366 Schick pi., ar
rested' charged with failure to sup
port, his 3 children. Suicide. Hope,
s Tlephone masher" botheVed
yomen in neighborhood. Mrs. W. P.
physician, made "date" with -him.
Had him arrested- He was Prank
Andrews, 3839 Ellis av. Will be ex-
Woman burglar got $74 and jew
elry worth '$210 from home .of Mrs.
J. Schlee5757 S. Lafin st. .
Five men and one wotrian all un
der 20, arrested in raid on homeof
Wm. Stepps, 22. He and his wife ar
rested. N..Nossem, 4826 Princeton, av., vic
tim of hold-lip" men. He resisted.
They beat him and escaped without
robbing him. "
Wm. Kellogg, 1067 W. Jackson:
blvd., victim of hold-up men $22".50
and "watch. , :
Suspender button, labelled ''Mex
ico;" satisfied Judge Humphrey that
Mey Dune, Chinaman, has been
smuggled across Mexican border. Or--
Dan Mo ran is an optimistic person!
Advertised for retUrn.of a tan shoe,
"lost somewhere in Chicago."
' Miss Rose Sznlarski, 817 N. Cen
terav., said to be wife -of Dr. C. A.
Kirkwood, dentist, 1415 Emma st., atr
tempted suicide." Spirits ofamphqr.
Revived. ' Said she had been forced
to receive attention of strange men
by Peter- Seehenski, 617' N. Center
av' -He and Gustavo Fihski, 670 Mil-
wauitce av., aiicmcu.
State Sen. D. T. Woodard, of 50th
dlstrict', is 111 with pneumonia at Ben-
ton, HI. - 'I
Harry Pratt, 114 N. Elizabeth St.,
died of nneumo'nia at'Bridewell hos
pital. ISent td Bridewell on Dec. 27,
when he-was' caught with 200 small
bottles of cocaine in ;hfs" pocket.
Deatn believed daused 'by" his failure
to get-cocaine. ""
Gus Rubeck, 324 S. Clark St., dead
from injuries received -when -struck
by - street .car. -
Huntley Dairy Union Drivers Will
holcl their second- annual dnwt
Victoria hall, s corner Western and
Madison 8ts., " tomorrow- 'night
March 12. ' . ""

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