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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 03, 1913, Image 8

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WHAT HAPPENED iM CHICAGO tb&AY
Roy Jbnes arid Gust Hoffman, ac
cused of robbery 6t Assistant State's
Atty. M. E. Barhhar, were acquitted
by criminal court jury today, on testi
mony given by James Perry, member
of Webb auto bandit gang. Perry has
been convicted on several charges.
Man giving name as Fred K. Car
roll, Galesburg, HI., arrested, follow
ing attempt to hold up Wm. H. Tay
lor, ticket agent for C, M. & St P.
Department of Justice officiate in
vestigating report that 20 immigrant
girls disappeared from B. & O. train
en route from N. Y.nere. Believed
in hands of white slave agents.
Fred Roberts, 2625 Dearborn st.,
shot by wife.Tearl. Hospital. Jeal
ous quarrel.
Mrs. Hannah Hornke, 68, 1513 Lee
st, Evariston, dead. Gas. Accidental.
Chas. W. Koch, 4400 Dearborn st.,
fined $40 and costs for speeding.
E. P. Grimm, Netherlands Hotel,
fined $45 and costs for speeding.
Louis ("Lou") Houseman arrested
for driving his "mail order auto" past
car discharging passengers. Case
continued to April 9.
Burglar got jewelry worth $200
from home of W. H. Holgate, 820 Lill
av. Escaped after fight with Nelson
Holgate, 13 years old, who fell and
sprained his ankle while chasing the
thief.
Harmony board of Hotel and Res
taurant Workers will hold mass meet
ing on April 3d, at 8 p. m. at Colonial
Hall, 20 W. Randolph st.k Mrs. Ray
mond Robins, president National
Woman's Trade Union League; E. R.
Wright, president Illinois State Fed
eration of Labor, and" C. J5 Thomp-r
on, ex-city clerk.of Milwaukee, will
speak.
Harry W. Reed, 5, 3908,Gladys av.,
played near borifire. ,Dead.
Wm. Enzer, 1502 W. Congress si,
and Henry Hanson, arrested. Alleged
to- have robbed -'S,.Zeywicki,. J.027
Newton st, of $i.90. " "
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Ernest Neibauer, 17, 1727 Dayton
st, who shot and killed Nicholas Hen
del, 17; 1921 Wellington str while
hunting, was exonerated by coroner's
Jury.
' H. Benson and F. Westbrpok, ne
groes, confessed to U. S. Commis
sioner M. A. Foote that they robbed
postbfllce at Benson, Ala., of $92.
Left here for Benson today.
Hotels at 410, 43&, 452, 464, 512,
534 and 519 S. State st will be closed
if Ordinance of out-swinging doors is
not complied with by Saturday.
Joseph Bforizi, 35, and Jos. Davini,
32; arrested on complaint of Bronzi's
wife, Louise, 23, 725 Washington r
bivd. Says the men forced her into'
a life of shame.
Stanley Victairsky, 4828 W. 28th
st, who tried to make girl love him
by bulling off "fke" suicide with
blank cartridge, was fined $250 and
costs for pretending to commit sui
cide. Couldn't pay fine. Bridewell.
Barney Grogan gaye $1,000 bonds
for John Smith, 25, 1912 Fulton st,
when he was arrested. Smith failed
to appear in court Bonds, forfeited.
Miss Anna Munger, 1711 W. Chi
cago av., refused to marry Oscar
Steffen, 21,. 827 N. 40th av. He drank
acid. Suicide.
Melburn Talmquist, 9, 5850 S. Peo
ria st, severely hurt by car.
J. T. Murphy arrested, charged
with deserting wife for Blanche De
Muth, 19, 539 E. 46th st
Peter Sp'an.os,' waiter at 1954 N.
Western av., arrested, charged, with
embezzlement of $33 from Frank
Wddika, commission merchant 732
W. Randolph st .
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An Englishman, who Was spending
his summer holidays vin America last,
year, happening to tak"e up a book -on.
geography 'ifbrthe use of schools," J
saw the if ollqwing question and an
swer: "Where is, London?" "It is '
the chief town, on a small islaM off i
the coast of France."
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