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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 02, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 3

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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
State's Attorney Hoyne has filed
charges against Detectives Walter
O'Brien and Joseph Cartnody. Inter
ference of Patrolman Francis Lynch
in larceny case will be reported to
grand jury. O'Brien and Carmody
were mixed up with clairvoyant gang.
Mrs. Nora O'Connor hired man to
do some work in her home, 118 W.
Huron st. Sent him for can of beer.
No wmirius man, can, beer and
pocketbook with $5.68 in it.
Mayor Harrison yesterday ordered
city law department to prosecute
"street railway companies every time
they kidnaped accident victims.
Mrs. Wm. Taylor, 2202 N. Hancock
av., knocked down by Wells-Fargo
auto truck at Bloomingdale rd. and
Milwaukee av. Badly injured.
Fred'Lenoley, 30, 10549 Avenue L,
South Chicago, badly hurt when
thrown from motorcycle in collision
with southbound auto at 103d st. and
Minneapolis av. last night.
Lillian Clarkson, 219 S. Honore st.,
on trial before U. S. Commissioner
Eoote for mutiny. Was waitress
aboard Steamer North America, and
quit work.
Mary Christ, 1902 Fisk st., told
husband, Jonazj, to "go jump in the
river." He did. Rescued and taken
to Bridewell.
Dr. H. Engles, 1470 N. Paulina, told
coroner's jury his sister, Mrs. Helena
Roth, committed suicide by jumping
In front of Belt Line engine at Mel
rose Park because her husband was
cruel to her.
Thos. Jones, 4016 Artesian av.,
foreman for Nash Bros., contractors,
picked up live wire at Rockwell st
and Montrose av. Body at Grein's
undertaking rooms, 2110 Irving Park
blvd.
Jury to try W. A. Harris and Max
Covitz on charge of arson completed
in Judge Burke's court.
Boat traffic in river held up five
hours last night. Steamer Holland
crashed into State st bridge.
Harold F. McCormick made first
social call in his flying boat, the
Edith. Dropped in on Chas. G. Dawes,
president of Central Trust & Savings'
Bank, Evanston.
James Irving, of San Jose, Cal.,
made 4,000-foot drop from aeroplane
driven by Roy Francis of San Fran
cisco by parachute at Cicero Field.
R. W. Dumm of International Fruit
Co., Gary, Ind., in serious condition at
Bridewell Hospital from mysterious
attack some time Monday. No de
tails known. Dumm was taken from
home of Mrs. C Brown, 805 Bradley
pi., by police Tuesday.
Petitioners to Lincoln Park Com
missioners asking park in Ravens
wood being signed by residents of
Ravenswood and Sheridan Park.
" Fire trapped Mrs. Frank Kula and
her three children in flat at 817 N.
Centre av. Tossed babies from win
dow into arms of Mary Wiglush be
low; then jumped herself. All bruised,
but none badly hurt.
Rawson street station police inves
tigating death of John Kopaniecki,
cab driver, 1414 Blackhawk st. Died
Thursday of injuries from fight five
days ago.
Miss Margaret Murphy, 442 West
Chicago av., arrested on charge of
butting her head against wall.
E. J. Duprey, 414 West Chicago av.,
slayer of Henry L. Groninos, who is
said to have ruined Duprey's 14-year-old
girl daughter, still at large. Wife
begs him to return. Women and men
offering sympathy and money aid to
Duprey.
Paul Savage, 14, 658 W. 61st pi.,
struck by freight at Lake and E.
41st st. Dead.
Edward Smith, roofer, 3719 Par
nell av., fell from roof of two-story
building 1531 S. State st Dead.
Genaro Raefelle, 6 years old, says
he is glad he shot and killed Vincezo
Paulillo, 5 years old.
Mariano Ternan, 9, 72 S. Loomis
st, fired revolver out of window of

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