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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 05, 1913, Image 6',
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Krebbenhart, 6328 S. Ashland av..1
She may die. "
Hugo Musner, 5, 6916 Parnell ay.,
struck by auto driven by Henry
Smith, 6900 Bennett av.
Joy ride party, going 45 miles an
hour, went into ditch at B. 106th st.
and Penn. R. R. tracks. Three per
.Wallace C. Clark, Sanitary District,
says one of his fellow members has
been living in house owned by the
district without knowledge of trus
tees. Five young men under arrest at
Detective Bureau on charge of steal
ing auto belonging to Rev. Harry
Walsh, pastor of St. Charles Bor
romeo's Roman Catholic Church,
12th and Cypress sts.
Mrs. Mary Bennett, 2238 Bissell St.,
found dead in bed by her husband,
William Bennett. Chloroform soake"bT
handkerchief found beside her.
Michael Comas, 740 S. Halsted st.,
fell three floors down elevator shaft
at Sprague-Warner's, 600 W. Erie st.
George Bay, 7, 211 N. Oakley av.,
struck in back by club wielded by an
other boy. May die.
Chas. Tunas, 1650 W. North av.,
iceman, robbed of horse and wagon
and $10 at Albany av. and Polk st.
by armed robber.
Police located what is believed to
be headquarters for big gang of pick
pockets. Police looking for Almon Stevens,
2550 S. State St., who fired two shots
at Mrs. Mabel Wells, 28, 1131 Rush
st, after she had him arrested for
attacking her. Escaped police after
running revolver battle.
Village Board of Oak Park has
passed ordinance prohibiting muffler
cutouts on autos.
A. W. Rogers, retired broker) over
come by gas in home of Lester Price,
2145 Orrington av. Will recover.
Female jury in Judge Owens' court
examined 14 women in insanity pro
ceedings. Nick Brukena, 17, 6030 S. Morgan
st, struck his father, Andrew, 48,
over head with club when'latter came
home drunk. Father may die. Son
Health Commissioner Young warns
bathers to be careful of undertow in
lake when wind blows from north
east. Dominick Groco, 55, 748 W. Harri
son st., struck by auto driven by W.
F. Mohler, Rochester, Ind., at 59th
and LaSalle sts.
-Applicants for jobs on police force
will take mental examination at Rob
ert Waller High School tomorrow, i
Corporation consul's office has be
gan study of public utilities law in
hope of finding it unconstitutional.
Armed mob in River Forest search
ed for Henry Peace, who fired at Po
liceman Herman Voss when latter
tried to arrest him.
Augusta Kroll, 11, 3518 Parnell av.,
struck and injured by auto owned and
driven by Chas. Dexter, 647 N. West
ern av. "
Four of forty members of Har
vard Benevolent Society, who were
arrested for noisy celebration Aug.
23, fined $1 and costs each.
Paul Sebroski, 19, 1023 Front st.,
killed by Chicago & Northwestern
train at Chicago av. and Halsted st.
Frank and Marie Bertucci, 239 E.
23d st, Chicago Heights, held to fed
eral grand jury on charge of counter
Four men arrested in A- Salamon's
flat, 5408 Indiana av., for gambling,
fined $1 and costs each. Salamdn
fined $50 as keeper.
Burglars got 98 rugs valued at $2,
000 from Hake Bros.' furniture sto,re,
3930 W. 12th st, half block from-Fillmore
John Tharski, 936 N. Wood st, ar
rested on serious charge" preferred by
Katherine Niedzwieck, 12, 1248 Dick-;
Walter Peterman, 65, harness
maker, 1810 Hammond st, found
dead in gas-filled room. Suicide be
Four boys arrested for several bur
glaries in Kensington.