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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 10, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 7

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
T jeweler, 727 W- 63d st, held to grand
Joseph Berioris, alleged pick
pocket, arrested after chase through
department store, W. 12th and Hal
sted sts.
2,000 homes without water in Oak
Park last night.
Miss Lethia Underwood found dead
inSt Louis hotel. Reported she lived
at 3580 Vlncennes av-., here. Inquiry
showed she .used to live there. Death
caused by congestion of brain.
Mystery.
' Max Weinstein, 50, stock bond
dealer, Stock Exchange Bldg.,-arrest-ed
on charge preferred by wife. De
sertion. Joseph Dvorsak, 12, Whiting, Ind.,
seriously Injured by auto while
marching to- funeral
John Kercher, 6711 Sheridan road,
and three others pinched for speeding-
ha Town Hall district
' Bruce Cilmore, brought back here
from Staten Island, N. Y., to answer
charge of defrauding sanitary dis
trict by forged checks.
M. Wolfe, 126 S. Paulina st ar
rested. Speeding
C. Back, recent arrival from Ger
many, robbed .of $42 and watch by
two men.
A. C. Lundgren, 1472 Winona av.,
arrested for speeding. o
Patrick Murphy, "human pin
wheel," fined $5 and sent to Bride
well. Has habit of spinning on his
wooden leg.
R. Solorek, 3856 Lake av., speed
ing. Pinched.
. John De Haas, 74, 28 W. 103d pi.,
found dead in kitchen. Wife, 71, un
conscious. Gas escaping. Mrs. Haas
. may notrecover.
B. Faulhaber, 1937 S. Troy st, ar
rested for speeding.
John Jones, 4, 545 W. 44th pi., se
verely injured by auto which, did riot
stop.
John Kennedy, 1059 W. 14th pfl,
and Leo Weldzins, 1724 Rubel st,
pinched for speeding.
. Jacob Lund, 6327 S. Peoria st,
jury. $5,000 bonds. Charsed with
attempting to kill his children and
self by gas.
L. G. Smhh, 58, 1517 Ogden av.r
fainted in court while waiting to be
tried for charges preferred bywife.
Had been without anything to eat six
hours.
M. J. Golan, atty., 159 N. Clark st,
held for contempt of court and fined
$50 and costs and barred from fur
ther practice in Municipal Judge
GemmilTs court
Mrs. Catherine Donnelly, 28, 844
N. Mozart St., wife of Policeman Wm.
Donnelly, fined $25 yesterday. She
"bit and stabbed Detective J. Murphy
when he attempted to arrest her on
May 5.
Fire at 2920 Grovelandav. Several
families driven out $500 damage.
Young Peoples' Socialist League
will give banquet in celebration of its
Sixth Anniversary tomorrow even
ing, at the Y. P. S. L. Hall, 1432 W.
Madison st
GIRL'S BODY FOUND IN HOTEL
VICTIM OF WHITE SLAVERS
St Louis, Mo., May 10. The body
of a girl, apparently 18 or 19 years
old was found this morning on the
floor of a room in. the Woodford Ho
tel No. 2. The cause of her death is
not yet known and her identity is a
mystery.
The girl arrived at the hotel Wed
nesday night, , accompanied hy a
young1 .woman slightly older, who
registered as "Sylvia Kuber and sis
ter." The eider girl has disappeared.
The girl was small and had red hair.
She wore a man'spongee shirtT)ear
ing the laundry mark "W. Lilt"
Without any tangible clues,,the po
lice believe the girl may have been
a victim of white slavers.
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Hibbs What a lot of difference
marriage makes! Gibbs And what
alot of differences!
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