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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 07, 1913, Image 5

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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Asst. Chief of Police Schuettler
pointed to Rexroat murder as warn
ing to girls who flirt.
Badly mutilated body of man taken
from river at North Branch st Skull K
fractured.
Michael Lech, 11628 Fulton av.,
killed when steel fell on him in Pull
man Car Co. plant.
Mrs. Barbara Frant2enl.51I 4339 S.
Talman av?, probably fatally injured
by fall from second-story porch at
4749 Indiana av.
Judge Julian W. Mack started work
as specially appointed federal judge.
Three bitten by dogs in Morgan
Park yesterday.
Emille Deussel, New York, guest at
Palmer House, arrested for flirting
with Barbara Robeck, 3034 Union av.
Six honor prisoners released by
Judge Mahoney Sunday kept word
and appeared for trial. ' '
E. Grossman, member of F. N.
Matthews & Co., 21 E. Madison st,
arrested for trying to liug Mrs. J. M.
Kraus, 20, former employe.
Burglars got $2,000 worth of
jewels from home of'W. C. Thorne,
president of Montgomery Ward &
Co., while family was at dinner.
Thief got $410 from Eillen Long's
dancing school, 37 S. Wabash av.
Mrs. Frederick Keeler, 1501 Sedg
wick, st., committed suicide hy gas
after having husband arrested.
Naakon Haukenson, 413 Milwau
kee av., struck and probably fatally
injured by Prank Rodin, 1851 N.
Harding av.
Judge Hopkins told police not to
raid disorderly houses unless they
they could bring in evidence to con
vict Carl Fry, 12, 2032 Waveland av
struck and probably fatally injured
by motorcycle driven by Jos. Stage,
3557 Lincoln av. Motorcyclist locked
up.'
Frank Gard fined $2 by Judge
Scully for posing as cop and trying
Jo stop tango,
, Gas tank exploded in Wells-Fargo
Express Co., Chicago Heights. One
man injured. Heavy damage.
Twelve chauffeurs arrested on
gambling charge in garage under
Chicago Auto Club, 317 Plymouth ct-
Constantion Salvatore, jeweler, 511
Milwaukee av., robbed of $3,000
worth of jewels by two Italians'.
Police investigating death by
chloroform of Charles Schuler, 606
N. Cicero av.
258 academic teachers in Chicago
schools want increase in pay.
Constable Henry Pine and Elmer
Osenbaugh, Melrose Park, held to
grand jury on complaint of Mrs. Wal
ter Shawvan.
Stanley Zabofski arrested on
charge of stealing $700 from Mrs.
Marie Zezern, 557 DeKoven st $625
found on him.
Rev. Howard Russel, founder of
Anti-Saloon League, says saloons'will
be things of past in 20 years.
Ellis C.'Talmadge and his son, Geo.
D., brokers, 17 N. LaSalle s., arrest
ed for using mails to defraud.
Woman burglar got gold watch
from home of Mrs. L. Groth, 2852
Sheffield av.
John Krupsh, 53, 1336 W. 19th st.,
hurt when his buggy was struck by
auto.
Delbert Meideg, 1544 W. Ohio st.,'
tried to shoot Detectives Dugan aqd
McDonald, Desplaines s(. station,
when they arrested him.
Pickpocket got $71 and $450 in
checks from Chas. Cross, 1313 E.
66th, st.
Nick Karroz, Hammond, ' Ind.,
beaten and robbed of $35.55 by three
men on Chicago & Western Indiana
tracks at 136th st ' "
No ,clue to whereabouts of Ruth
Sheptierd, 16, 5643 Wentworth av.,
missing since Sept. 12.
M. Pioret, fashion' dictator, says
U. S. styles are too flashy and sho'wy.
Mrs, James H. Martion'granted dt-
yorce and $15,000 a year alimony.
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