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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 18, 1913, Image 5',
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Laurence Smith, alias Ciell Baker,
2448 Seminary av., was arrested to
day in connection with Addison, HI.,
$1,000 worth of jewelry stolen from
Adams Express Co. wagon while it
was on way to P. N. Lackritz's jew
elry store, 1314 Milwaukee av.
$1,000 worth of cigars and tobacco
stolen from LaSalle cigar factory, 71
E. 43d st.
James K. Sebree, owner of Sara
toga Hotel, died yesterday. Slight
"myster yattached to case.
Forty alleged gamblers arrested in
Richard E. Hanish, father of sun
cult chief, who was to have been im
portant witness for prosecution in
son's trial, has disappeared.
Fire Attorney Murray will investi
gate origin of fire in New aJckson
Hotel, 230 S. Halstdd st
Bion J. Arnold, in his railway ter
minal report, asks for two stations.
One on West Side and other at pres
ent I. C. site.
Frank Coleman arrested for shout
ing "fire" in alley between Palace
Music Hall and Grand Opera House.
Small blaze in new County Hos
pital caused panic among 200 pa
tients. Henry Spencer wants to be hanged
Edna M. True, 5338 Kenmore av.,
fined $25 and costs for speeding.
Mrs. Zalliski, 5838 Grove av., got
skull fractured in fight with Mrs. C.
A. Kabit, 5834 Grove av.
Albert Rotzi shot and probably
fatally wounded in fight with Tony
Dogiroge at Municipal Lodging
Levy Mayer, in speech at Chicago
Ass'n of Credit Men banquet, said
income tax law was crude.
Sec'y of Navy Daniels, who was in
town yesterday, says navy is ready if
Auto horns may replace whistles
on L-C. trains, ,. i.,
Press Club celebrated its 34th an
niversary with banquet and ball last
Lillian Stevans, who, armed to the
teeth, defended her houseboat in Cal
umet river, foot of 116th St., will un
dergo sanity test
Samuel Reilly, 7759 S. Halsted st.,
Francesco Laraconi, 56, 947 Taylor
st., bunkoed out of $100 by two con
Chas. Augustus, 210 E. 53d st, rob
bed of $150 by three armed men.
$800 worth of property taken from
home of H. L. Guildner, 512 Deming
Fire in fisherman's shack on lake
front, foot of Hyde Park blvd., caused
excitement among guests at Chicago
Geo. W. Kretzinger, 67, 822 N.
Clark st., well-known corporation
Mrs. Rose Goldstein, 1335 W. 14th
st, fell through skylight Fractured
LeRoy T. Steward, supt. of mail de
livery, says "Do your Christmas mail
Archibald Collins, 42, who claims
he's cartoonist, arrested on serious
charge preferred by Leonard Gal
house, 16, 1940 Oakdale av.
John Cwik, 55, 8700 Escanaba av.,
stabbed during quarrel with Frank
Butwalek, 8702 Escanaba av.
Evanston "L" express caught fire.
Passengers in panic. Small damage.
Clement Thatcher, who got a
medal for discovering fire at 3032 S.
Park av. two years ago, arrested as
New American College of Surgery
attacked as desiring to be "aristo
cratic." Mrs. Lois Cooney, 1705 Walnut st,
rescued 6-year-old daughter from
would-be assailant, but may lose her
George Paultnu and Eva Ketratses,
Chicago Heights, eloped aniwere-ar-t