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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 24, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 3',
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menace to society. "When you come
out, you will be able to continue
wrecking human souls. This girl is
guilty of a perfectly natural huma'h
feeling she loved you and you cap
italized her affection and lived 6n the
fruits of her body."
Fay Kendricks is at the Coulter
Home. The old life is closed. In a
few days she will be sent back to her
people and the little home in Ohio.
But tomorrow, the Christmas bells
will ring out a message of hope and
the promise of a new life.
INTERESTING LOCAL NEWS ITEMS
Harry Taylor, 2, 1460 W. Madison
st, killed by fall.
Horse hitched to junk wagon dash
ed into Frank Bonneto's barber shop,
211 S. Halsted st. No one injured.
Judson Williams stopped by high
wayman, sent four bullets into rob
ber's abdomen and shot self twice
through arm. Assailant dying. Iden
tified as Coffey, notorious hold-up
James Maraballie, James Kaporelo
and Constantio Peyone held in South
Chicago pay check frauds. Said to
have obtained $300 from Wisconsin
Mrs. Dora Martensen, 1816 Han
cock av., asphyxiated. Open jets.
Six families forced to flee from
beds at 937 Buena terrace. Spontan
eous combustion. Blaze done no
Logue case ready for Jury. Prose
cutor wants death sentence.
Edward Molloy, 1503 Wabash av.,
arrested. Charged with robbing Lor
esto Bros.' saloon, 1432 S. Wabash
Paul Becker, 4059 Princeton av.,
Arcadia Sokoloff killed in knife
duel. W. J. Millman, 2020 W. Wal
ton st, victor, suicided.
John Stronsnider said to have ob
tained $2,773 through fake prize
fight. August Buchowski, 2456 Cly
bourn av., complainant.
Samuel Levinson awarded $18,000
in suit against James Hay. Bought
saloon from Hay. Business said to
have been $170 a day, was only $50.
Daniel Murphy arraigned on
charge to mil, discharged.
costs by Judge Uhlir. Sold liquor to
Elsie Brooks, 17.
John Comrad, 3346 Berteau av.,
killed by Northwestern engine at
Kinzie av. yards.
Wm. G. Seyk, 22, Detroit, Mich.,
arrested at Michigan View Hotel. Al
leged confidence game. Bride of
month became hysterical.
Margaret Walsh, 16, 2639 W. 23d
st, missing. Police searching.
25 men caught in raid at William
Bills' poolroom, 68 W. Chicago av.
Were betting on horses.
Emil Roeski, member of carbarn
bandits, taken from Joliet to Ches
ter Hospital. Insane.
$5,000,000 Ward estate goes to
family. Nothing given to charity.
Chicago Cloak and Suit Manufac
turers' Association to run "open
shops." 2,500 men affected.
Frank Cavera, 27, 2848 Wallace st.,
arrested as suspect in murder of
Nathan B. Hyde, killed in 1910.
Harry Miller, 1252 Newberry st.;
Joseph Yarnatski, 640 W. 12th St.,
and George Siegel, 921 W. 12th st.,
arrested. Were raiding grocery store.
Railroad crossing bells to be abol
ished at Evanston. Citiens don't like
John J. Keenan, 706 S. Hermitage
av., grabbed $2,000 receipts at Oscar
F. Mayer's office, 1241 Sedgwick St.,
and beat it Chased by other em
ployes. Got away. . J
Jeremiah Deneen, 21, 2435 W. Ad
ams st, seriously wounded. Joseph
O'Connell, 420 S. Morgan st., charged
with shooting. t
Man claiming to be detective stop
ped Dr. Geo. Strapka and Miss Delia
Lawrence . Cloud fined $20 and Hager. Made Strapka "beat it," and