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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 22, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 5

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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF,
-Miss Ethel 'Smith, the ,girl for I
"whom Billy Rugh lost his life, has
regained her health and is back to
work in a Gary department store.
Pierre Wilbaux, wealthy Miles,
Mont, ranchman, close personal
friend of Tedy Ropsevelt, died., at
County Hospital k here Has been
there two months suffering from
complication" of diseases.
John Kohlback, Belt Ry. engineer,
died late yesterday as result of in
juries received when his engine col
lided with another. Lived in South
Chicago: -
$40,000 damage, when leak in oil
pipe caused explosion at Pullman
Co.'s bolt room, E. 108th st and Cot
tage Grove av. 120vwqrknien dropped,
tools, and fled. All believed to have
escaped.
.Wm.. Bishop, 18, 2415 W. 46th st;
Wm. Barcal, 16, 4645 S. Winchester
av.: B. Stefanski. 15. 4546 S. Honore
st, and Max Casper, 15, 4818 Artesian
av.,, arrested in cave at W. 46th and
S. Leavitt sts. Alleged to have stolen
$500 worth of goods from the Penn
sylvania Ry. Said they sold -the goods
to Max. Drucker, 2302 W. 35th st,
junk dealer. He' was.4also 'arrested.
Louis A.'McGinnis, married man
with two grown daughters, flirted
and promised to marry Miss Anna
Brown. She-sued for $50;000. Got
$7,500. . 4
$500 damage by fire which threat
ened, home of Dr. D. TJ. Cameron, 23
4E. Goethe st. Their three children
were" .kneeling in .prayer when their
mother and three maids rescued
them. NoheJmrt.
.J. A. Kaplan,-graduate of Nebraska
University and son of Omaha, Neb.,
merchant wanted herefor wife de
sertion and embezzlement, arrested
,in Billings, Mont, late yesterday.
I. Zack,-833 W. 14th st, arrested
on. complaint of P. Rosenberg, 1238
iNewberry av. Charged him with at
tacking his; daughter Rebecca, 10,
while :she and a. playmate were alone
in the Rosenberg home.
W. Johnson, .544 W. Chicago av.
beaten and robbed of $10. Hospital.
Levi Wells, 30, Columbus, O., found
unconscious in room at Garden City
Hotel, 416-18 Sherman st Gas. May
die. Accidental.
J. S. Fountain?, alleged to have
passed worthless check for $85 on
the Central Y. M. C. A. here, was
brought back here from Buffalo,
speed and if arrested they would pay
of C. H. McQormick.
Two wonien'ehtered taxi o"f Elmer
Carlson, 5475 Lake av. Told him to
speed 'and4f arested they would pay
the fines". 'He'was arrested. Fine was
$25. Women would only pay $10. El
mer is real peeved at the women.
Took six policemen to arrest Er
nest Watson, negro. Gun battle. Be
lieved to be the "case knife" burglar
they have been looking for.
Dr. John Furno, 33 Kensington av.,
fined $25 for speeding.
Dr. S. Salinger, 5647 Calumet, av.,
fined $10 for speeding;
Dr. H. L.F.rankel, 2020 Fowler st.,
fined $10 and costs for speeding.
Dr. B. Hoffman, 1249 Montana st,
fined $10 and costs for speeding.
F. .J. Warren, chauffeur for H. ,W.
Halin, 521 Oakwood blvd., fined $50
for speeding. Elmer Carlson, 5475
Lake av., chauffeur, fined $25 for
speeding.
Miss May Moore, 4723 Kenwood
av., arrested for speeding. Showed
a fire badge. ' j:
Nathalie' Herman, ,16, 3905 N.
FranciscoTav., arrested, charged with
passing worthless checks. She -said
she was taught to forge checks by
womanl Police, searching for "teacher."
New York has now got an investi
gating committee on everything save
the' effect of her 400- on the .social
evil and, maybe, she should have
started with that

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