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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 06, 1913, Image 6

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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Six families driven out when fire
attacked building at 3316 Humboldt
av. $2,000 loss.
Drug store of A. T. Kerth, 5101 S.
State st, partly destroyed by fire to
day, -$1,000 loss.
Michael McFadden, 809 Townsend
st, seriously hurt by auto truck
which sped on and did not stop.
Two young men called at home
of Miss Louise Todd, 1240 Washing
ton blvd., and asked for "her brother.
Later she missed her purse Contain
ing $38.
Christopher Karoig'ranos-, 2015 W.
Monroe st, killed whenhis horse ran
away and wagon hit a curbstone,,
turning wagon over.
Miss Lillian Willis, 330 Stanley
terrace, and Ernest James, 21 S. Sac
ramento blvd., injured when motorcycle-on
which they were riding was
struck by auto.
George Ruggles, 2912 Cottage
Gyove av., and unidentified man
fought. Ruggles in hospital. Assail
ant arrested. Police refuse to give
his name.
Genevieve Annis, 15, 2024 S. 45th
ct-1 Tetoil Guozicsicz, 10, 1126 W.
12th st, and James Norton, 1225 S.
Turner av., on police list of "missing
from home," have returned home.
Fred Peters, shoemaker, 1820"
Sedgwick st, swindled out of $175 by
two men who offered him job to take
charge of shoe factory in Milwaukee.
Wm. E. Cline, proprietor Erie Ho
tel, N. Clark arid W. Erie sts, fined.
$200 for keeping disreputable "hotels
Demanded new trial. Hearing set for
May 10.
Robert Jatko, 42, took possession
of B. -& O. tram and threatened to
Mil passengers wtfh knife. Arrested.
Believed insane.
C. Lindberg, 21, Milwaukee, Wis.,
fell through open hatch in coal barge
Harvester in Calumet river. Killed.
Ed Wegner, 26, 2038 W. Van Buren
lieved guilty of violating Mann white
slave act.
Mrs. Emma Thompson, 35, 217 W.
Erie st, attempted suicide. Paris
green. Revived. In serious condition.
Despondent
Raymond Thompson, 25, 1043
Grace st, found "unconscious Satur
day, died from overdose of morphine -according
to coroner's jury.
Harry W. Wright, 25, arrested in
front of University Club, 76 E. Mon
roe st, charged with attempting a
confidence game.
John Riplinger, 3351 S. Paulina st., ' -and
Keanr Joyce, 2045 Ogden av.,
sent in "citizen's pull" from patrol
box at N. Hoyne av. and W. Lake st ,
Wagon load of cops responded 'and
arrested the two men.
Frank Kuznik, 135 N. Curtis st.,
and son, Joseph, arrested, charged
with stealing 100 empty milk bottles
.from dairy of Howard Morton, 1717
Warren av.
Frank Marshall, 24, 2537 W. 39th t
st, teamster, severely hurt when autoy
hit wagon.
Joe Burch, junk dealer, and Lydia
Cowing, inmate of poor house, eloped
from poorhouse late yesterday.
Mrs. Mary N. Canouse, 519 E. 49th
st, put baby in crib, then got Tevol
yer. Three shots. Suicide. Had -T)een
nervous since birth of baby. ..
Mrs. Catherine Manning arrested,
charged with taking diamond ring
worth $600 from Mrs. Catherine
Bums, 10 W. Division st,, a lifelong
friend, while at the latter's home for
dinner.
Stephen Strasraak, 3011 Keeley-
st, saloonkeeper, held to grand jury
by coroner's jury, charged with mur
der of Victor Barney, 2943 Keeley st. '
Shot and killed Mm Sunday night . -
"Holy John" Wanamaker Is now
defending his holiness in a $100,000
damage suit brought py a pawn-
t and Miss Josephine Radcliffe. 20. broker whose wife was killed bv some
liitchell, ind., arrested. Wegner be-'of John's department store hair tonio,'
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