OCR Interpretation


The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 20, 1913, Image 3

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1913-05-20/ed-1/seq-3/

What is OCR?


Thumbnail for

LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Wm. Glenn VbliVa has declared
boycott on apple pie.
Jack Burns frightened two ban
dits out of restaurant at 2402 S. State
st. by use of ventriloquism.
Rnrlv nf FHunrH RnrlfiV. 2701
A Austin av., found floating in Lake
.UliUUlgilU Ut 1UUI Ul. lUtUUUlU ou
Left home April 13 to go fishing.
fire in nursery of E. Rubycheck
that damaged shrubs and plants val
ued at $1,000 work of vandals.
Clara Cubbon, 11; Ellen Smith, 5,
and William Dresser, 5, bitten by
dogs.
Mrs. Maude Milbradt, 5819 Cedar
st, Austin, thrown to pavement when
Chicago av. car she was alighting
from started suddenly. Right hip
dislocated.
Mrs. Blanche E. LeBeau, 206 N.
43d av., Austin, hit by -west-bound
Lake st. car. Left shoulder dislocated.
William Yearick, 1105 E. 52d st,
who reached in auto and hit Menlo
,Moore, 4919 Sheridan rd., after
Moore had narrowly missed him with
machine, discharged by Judge Gem
mill, Hyde Park Court Had been
'arrested on assault and battery
charge.
Police searching for Mrs. Dora
Palet, 67, 1516 Taylor st; Joseph
Cozzi, 1152 Taylor st, and Abraham
Sleibinski, 1217 S. Morgan st Miss
ing since Sunday.
Joseph Maher, 2014 Birch st., in
hospital with fractured skull, broken
arm and internal injuries. Had been
wrestling with companion on W.
Harrison and Aberdeen sts. when
street car hit him. Companion fled.
Max Weinstein, broke, who was
fined $300 by Municipal Judge Hop-
kins in the, Morals Court a week ago,
being sued for divorce.
Joseph Stark arrested for throw
ing rocks through windows of home
of Max Fox, 1044 Maxwell st Year
ago they quarreled, according to Pox.
Lionel Vallas, son of William H. I
Yallas, fined ?25Q and costs fpr ana Merje Kennedy still feeing held, at
'M
speeding and attempted bribery of
two policemen, by Judge Fry in
speeder's court.
Mrs. Mary Sullivan, 2620 Mozart
st, ousted supposed burglar with
broom. Caught him trying to insert
key in back door.
Alderman Theodore K. Long blam
ed Association of Commerce and city
council for the attempt to block anti
smoke law.
Mrs. Mary Hannus, 1470 W. Huron
st, killed herself and son John, 2,
by gas. Husband survives. Had tried
to suicide twice before.
Guy Guernsey elected president of
Hamilton Club.silk stocking Repub
lican crowd.
Frank Lewis, saloonkeeper, 1909
Archer av., fined $44 and costs by
Judge Fry for auto speeding.
Robert D. Athey, former reporter.
who recently wandered into grand
Jury room and served 24 hours in Jail
as result, arrested for annoying Mis,
Jessie Hirsch, 5425 Prairie av.
Judge Richard E. Burke sent a
draft of his measure amending the
parole bill to senate at Springfield.
Mrs. Amy Young, who figured in
sensational shooting affair with
Chas. W. Rigdon few years ago, got
injunction restraining Mrs. Rigdon
from touching husband's estate.
Judge Uhlir, Court of Domestic Re
lations, refused to recognize mar-
riage by justice of peace.
Police searching for Margaret
Hawthorne, 20, to tell her that she
has inherited $450,000 from estate of;
her uncle, David Shatter, Vassar,
Mich.
Alderman John-Coughlin and Louis.
Mann, actor, are writing play. It's,
going to be a "Little Lost Sister" af
fair under striking title of "Silken
Sanctity."
County Hospital last night received
its heaviest patient Mary Perry, 600
lbs. Took six policemen to carry her.
Isadore 'Goldstein, Benny Busch
i ii -i -- una tr - ' ' - - -nmr "---

xml | txt