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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 10, 1913, Image 6

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sclous. Police prevented kidnaping
by car company auto.
Roy Peaks, 23, 4542 Ravenswood
av., suicide. Gun
Allen Walker, 7, 2Z15 Adams st,
hurt by auto driven by B. Johnson,
3101 Congress st.
Young Black Handers at target
practice threw Italian district around
Milton av. and Oak st. into riot.
Barratt O'Hara will be acting gov
ernor of Illinois for next six days.
Dunne's in Ohio.
Board of appraisal named to deter
mine price of Chicago Reduction Co.
held first meeting yesterday.
Eight business men, one 75 years
old, taken in raid on Barney Zach
aris' cigar store, 212 E. 51st st.
Morris Willard, Arthur Barrett and
Sam Kramer, accused of getting $2,
200 out of Morris Feffernan in poker
game at Hotel Grant, held to grand
jury.
Six. cigarette dealers arrested on
complaint of Anti-Cigarette League.
Mrs. Anna Newman, who says she
was federal spy during Civil War,
wants job working as secret service
agent in white slave cases.
County Clerk Robert Sweitzer has
found that, through error, primary
law makes no provision for judicial
primaries.
The death of Mrs. Walter B. Smith
in Lake Michigan still remains mys
tery. Three men hurt in fire and explo
sion at" ammonia house of Aetna
Powder Works, Aetna, HI.
Or. Lou E. Davis, 1422 Milwaukee
av., held to grand jury in connection
with death of Mrs. Anna Adler, 1317
N. Robey st. Illegal operation.
Arthur Metz and J. B. Strong, ex
convicts, arrested leaving home of L.
D. Sulzer, 1105 B. 52d st. Believed
burglars.
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Tumblers made of ice, for serving
summer beverages, have come into
use in Germany. They save time lost
in "washing glasses by eating rithe
Jmnblefs. " - ' " ----
THAW ARRESTED UPON ARRIVALS
IN NEW HAMPSHIRE
Colebrook', N. H., Sept 10. Harry.
K. Thaw was arrested by New Hamp-i
shire authorities upon his arrival here(
this afternoon and will be held for
the New York state officials, who
wired here asking his apprehension.
Averill, Vt.f Sept. 10. Despite the
habeas corpus writ requiring- hia
presence in Montreal next Monday,!
Harry K. Thaw was taken across the
Canadian border into Vermont this
morning before breakfast by the im
migration authorities. , H ,
Thaw kicked, screamed and strugr, -gled
like a madman. His cries
brought the Coaticook natives into
the streets, and he pleaded with
them to rescue him, crying that he'
was being kidnapped, but, with the
exception of angry mutteringSj they
made no demonstration.
The proceeding came as a com
plete shock to Thaw. Only yesterday,
with his mother and sister in Mon-
treal consulting with his attorney
and promising a "trail of gold" in
their efforts to keep him from being'
deported, he, himself, stood in hia
temporary prison, the Coaticook sta
tion, and waved at sbme chorus girls
on the platform.
Later in the afternoon he asked
permission to take a stroll, and his
request was granted. Escorted, he
walked for about half an hour,'
through the country road, watching
the sunset, humming under his;
breath, perfectly satisfied. 7
This morning E. Blake Robertson,
deputy superintendent of immigra-,
tion of Canada, and a body of armed
men, acting under orders of Minister
Of Justice Doherty'went to Thaw's
room at 8 o'clock and seized him.
He fought furiously as he realized,"
that he was being taken by his ener:
mies. The guards had to subdue him
by force. He seized-a bottle and sent,
it crashing through the window of
the detention house. He was literally:'
dragged on his knees down the stairs.1' .

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