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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 11, 1913, Image 4

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INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS itEMS
Two new indictments against Dr.
Wm. T. Kirby by federal grand jury.
Wife and four lawyers recommended
to be cited for contempt of court.
Hearings set for April 21.
Doctor pronounced baby of Mrs.
Arthur Ters, 1504 S. 40th av., dead
when it was bora, to her yesterday.
Mother pleaeded when slight heart
beat was noticed and pulmotor was
called. Heart beat facten: then
stopped. Baby died.
. Policeman Thomas Sweeney stop
ped cab reported stolen. Man jumped
out and escaped. Women jumped out
right on Sweeney's nose. Arrested.
Card bearing name "Mrs. Wilson, 420
Rush st." found in purse.
Mrs, C. Pollak, 5526 Prairie av.,
bitten by dog. Severely bruised.
Miss Margaret Hayes, -705 Oak
7ood blvd., bitten by dog of Mrs. Isa
L e Glavin, 3968 Langley av.
Wm. Johnson, Goderich, Ont., fell
r o :cct while unloading grain from
boat in north branch of Chicago
river. May die.
Mrs. Carrie Pickers, 56, and daugh
ter, Elizabeth, 23, arrested after they
had set fire to Adams hotel, 1522 W.
Adams st $6,000 fire loss.
Fred Beisswanger, ex-justice of
peace, Niles Center, 111., arrested.
Operating confidence game.
Mildred Considine Cherrill, actress
and playright, 25, 913 Windsor av.,
suing father, J. W. Considine, mil
lionaire vaudeville promoter, for
$100,000 damages. Charges him wjth
plotting her ruin.
T. B. Brown, 65, 5447 Madison av.,
severely hurt by auto truck of A.
Pick & Co., 208 W. Randolph St..
Paul Bush, 60, and Ignatius Qualey,
30, arrested. Operating confidence
game. A. Glogan, druggist, 2747 N.
Clark st, complainant
Burglars got jewels worth $125,
pair of roller skates and 40 cents
from kid's bank from home of Mrs.
arrested, accused of taking pin worth
$50 and $43 cash from beauty par
lors of Miss Kate Melek.1311 S. Hal
sted st. , I
Burglars in home of J. F. Kinsella,
850 Wrightwood av. $600 loot.
Burglars got $250 loot from home
of S. DoUglaSi' 1659 W. 12th st. '
Frank Jaycox,, 53, Steger, III.;
dragged into" vacant lot, beaten and
robbed of $250 and watch.
Frank Oergel, 553 W. 37th st., at
tempted to board moving car. Con
cussion of brain. Hospital.
Fred Sheehy, 6, 7233 Bond av.,
killed by auto truck of Star' Motor
Co. L. Dietz, 220 W. 62d st., driver,
arrested.
Young woman pianist prevented
panic among 200 persons at National
Theater, 2639 W. North av., playing
lively tunes when fire hrdke out. Film
exploded. Small loss. v
Body of Martin Byrne will be bur
ied at Mount Carmel Cemetery to
morrow at 2 p. m. .Died 0ct?7, 1912.
Was a member of Sheet Metal Work
ers' Union, Local 73.
John Megall, 40, laborer, killed by
C, M. & St. P. freight train.
Mrs. Alice M. Bauley',43. 1811 W.
Huron st., dropped dead while pre
paring dinner. Heart failure.
- Harry Mack, ,59, 1200 W. Lake .st.,
fell three floors down elevator shaft
at 311 E. Illinois, st. Slight scalp
wounds.
M. I. Smith, .9, 1046 Agatite av.,
found dead in bed. Organic heart
disease.
Mrs. Sarah Lawler, 64, 51 Aldine
av., who disappeared Tuesday,) has
been found. Couldn t remember of
her wanderings.
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A gentleman, generous in his con
tributions for church purposes, but
not regular in attendance at public
worship, was described by a clergy
man as being "not exactly a pillar of.
Edith Reene, 3117 Evanstonav. I the church,but a kind of flying but-
W716th st., tress, supporting it from the outside,"
Sophia Weinstein, 3214 '

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