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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 13, 1913, Image 7

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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Charles Meskella found probably
'injured in front of Peerless Hotel, 664
W. Madison st Said five men threw
him from third-story window. Three
men arrested by Desplaines street
police.
Two boys in knee trousers at
tempted to rob Mrs. Mary Buck in her
confectionery store, 4219 N. Kftdzie
av. Pointed revolver and ordered her
to give them money. Woman threw
bottle and boys fled. Youngest about
12 years old.
"Mrs." Belle Squire, head of No
Vote, "No Tax League, says she will
pay taxes when suffrage bill is signed
by governor.
Lewis Braun, 4312 Claremont av.,
chauffeur, probably fatally injured
when auto collided with Robey st.
car at Warner av. Passengers on
car cut and bruised.
Gladys Baker, 1721 Cornelia st,
dragged from mother's arms when
wire on fender of street car caught
in her dress at Belmont and Lincoln
avs. Cbildvdragged 50 feet; badly
bruised.
Charles Larson and John Crevatt,
each 18, fined $50 and costs for try
'ing to steal gum machine from Illi
nois Central depot.
Oscar Von Hagen arrested and
identified as man who has snatched
pocketbooks from dozen women.
Police now trying to connect him
with Logue murder.
Evelyn Landers, 7, 5451 Lake av.,
knocked down and injured by auto
driven by H. B. French, 340 N. Nor
mal Parkway, at 54th st. and Lake
avs. French was trying to avoid an
other car.
Mrs. Maria Zingra, 455 E. 31st st,
employed by fortune teller in amuse
ment park, arrested for violating or
dinance prohibiting fortune telling.
Frank Landancki, saloonkeeper,
,128 Kensington av., South Chicago,
arrested for operating auto while un
der influence o fliquor after his; auto
-was struck by street car at lltJttx st
and Michigan av. Landancki, Chae.
Abelitis, 124 Kensington av., and
William Overling, passengers in auto,
slightly injured.
Miss Bessie Kuhliou, clerk, 6243 S.
Aberdeen st, struck and injured by
auto at Dearborn and Van Buren
sts. by auto operated by Stephen
Sepper, student Coey School of Mo
toring. Sepper arrested. Sepper
was being taught to run car.
William Gilbert, traveler from Ala
bama, stabbed in left arm by William
Brown, 20, Toledo, 0. Men quarreled
in Dearborn st. railroad station over
$5 loan.
Ovcupants of six flats at 1755-59
W. 55th st driven out by fire which
started from can of waste. Several
persons had narrow escapes trying
to save furniture. Damage $1,500.
Police searching for man who
swindled two saloonkeepers and
merchant on South Side by passing
worthless checks signed "George
Jones," on Mid-City Bank.
Albert Antonio, 22, 2642 W. Supe
rior st, disappeared after being dis
charged from County Hospital. Fell
from street car, and was sent to hos
pital; police surgeon said he had
fractured skull. Discharged after
being at hospital three hours. Offi
cials said he had scalp wound.
t Police found girl 212 years old at
Armitage and North Carolina avs.
Child was crying. Did not know
name. Held at Shakespeare av. sta
tion. Lydia Daldi, 16, 2658 Washington
blvd., swallowed disinfectant, think
ing it was cough medicine. Convul
sions followed. Revived by physi
cian. Alexander Simono, Sheboygan,
Wis., overcome by gas in room at 450
N. Clark st
Police captured man at Lincoln st.
and Washburne av. believed to be
pantry thief who has committed hun
dred burglaries on North Side in past
six months,
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