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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 19, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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WCAL DOINQS IN TABLOID dRM
"Patsy," 5, asked policeman to ar
rest him. Policeman refused. Boy
said he d sooner go to jail than go
home and get beaten. Policeman
took him to station! .Refused to give
more than first name. Juvenile
Home.
Miss Irene Blanchard, dean of Wil
lard Hall, will put question of aban
doning tango, turkey trot, grizzly
bear and other such dances up to co
eds of Evanston. Will hold meeting
Monday.
"Prof." Chas. Crane, "greatest of
all seers.forecaster of future and
revealer of past, arrested as fugitive
from justice at Lusk, Wyo. Wanted
here for alleged swindling of Mrs.
H. L. McEldowney, West Salem, Wis.,
out of $15,500 on March 3.
James Patterson arrested. Alleged
to have defrauded 105 banks out of
over '$100,000 on forged checks.
Turned over to Carlinville, HI.'
S. R. Silverton, Pres., and S.
Schaeffer, treasurer, of Silverton
Publishing Co., 732 Sherman st,
arrested. Charged with mail frauds.
Although ice will be higher in
many parts of U. S. because of mild
winter, reported that ice will remain
at $3.50 a ton here.
C. L. Hutchins, arrested here
charged with forgjng checks in hotels
and cigar stores from Pasadena, Cal.,
to N. Y.
Residents of Maywood are real
peeved because of reports that they
had voted "dry" Tuesday after be
ing "wet" for 32 years. They showed
that there iad not been a saloon in
Maywood since the town' was
founded.
Chinaman found weak from hun
ger in G. T. Ry. freight train, where
he had been imprisoned for a week.
Olaf Knudson, 54, 117 S. Green
st, sailor, found unconscious. Died
at hospital Believed robbed and
murdered.
Marie Ulrich, 20, employed as maid
by Mrs. Mary Humke, 838 Webster i
av., attempted to jump into Lincoln
Park lagoon. Stopped by cop. De
spondent over lover, Paul Gausher,
inmate of Kankakee asylum. ,
Thomas King, 7, 2915 E. 91st st.,
seriously hurt by auto of Earl Aly
schuler.,3123 E. 91st st
Frank May, 33, 7410 Ingleside av.,
hit by auto of Dr. J. J. Andrews, 2808
Prairie av. Fractured skull.
W. C. Curtis, 68, broker, 168 N.
Wabash av., received crushed foot
when hit by auto of W. D. Boyce, 500
Dearborn av.
Edward Evans, 35, 2128. Tripp av.,
married, arrested. Was mentioned
in deathbed confession of Miss Mil
dred Seamon, 20, 2210 W. Harrison
st, as being responsible for feneration
which preceded, her death, April .15.
Frank D. Tracv. 71. 41u1 Wash.
ington blvd., dead. Apoplexy.
' J. A. Heyworth, Lake Forest, III.,
fined, $20 for speeding.
$458 donated to Association of
Commerce flood relief fund. Ts nnw
$332,216.
lenacv Dzinbinski. 1821 N. Lin-
coin st.,. shot Mrs. Cecylja Troska,
then killed himself. She Dorbablv
will die. Love quarrel. 15 letters in
Polish were found in his. pocket.
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