OCR Interpretation

The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 11, 1912, Image 7

Image and text provided by University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Library, Urbana, IL

Persistent link: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn83045487/1912-05-11/ed-1/seq-7/

What is OCR?

Thumbnail for

North-bound Ashland av. car
crashed into 18th st. marl car this
morning- at 18th st. and Ashland
av. John Milka, motorman on
Ashland car, seriously injured;
may die. 2 mail clerks' badly
. Thomas Etchingham, 4, .son of
Mr', and Mrs., Arthur Etching
fialm, 2l49Grerishaw av? serious
ly ljurnetf wfien clothes' caught
fire from boTrfrre near"hbme.
Board-which Ifranlc'C', Crupp,
carpenter, 16th St.. "and 'Wabash
av., was sawing,- slipped and.yas
driven through his abdomen,
tearing 7 holes in intestines; will
Charles Thomas, colored, .din
ing car waiter, stabbed 3 tijne$ by
George Stannard, another waiter,
following argument over tips.
Police searching for Margaret
Harris, who disappeared - from
home of Mrs. Mary Starr,. 2431
Prairie av., leaving 2-weeks'-old
baby girl.
Thomas W. Heighway, 6839
Campbell av., car inspector, Chi
cago Junction Railroad, fell in
front of slowly-moving railroad
engine. Died County Hospital.
Patrick Murray,' 7355 'Evans
av., blicklayer, struck by north
bound Wentworth av. car at 46th
st.' Will die.
I William Kneip, teamster, 4238
Claremont av., knocked down and
both legs broken when team be
came frightened arid ran over
Ben Parre and Peter Sapienzi
barbers, 228 W. Oak st, arrested
for running shop without license.
-Samuel Schessingjer, 208 No.
Halsted, sued. -Security Bank of
Chic&go for. $280 be'cause some
one'forgdd his name and drew the
money. ScheSsinger accuses '
Thos. Kurkoritz,,. former boarder,
who'ran-ajvay with his wife.
Judge Scott decided in favor of
the bank.
-Edward WahL saloonkeeper,
10 So. Clark, -rnade defendant in
$20,000 suit filed, -in Superior
Court by Frida Cramer. Attor
ney for plaintiff refused to dis
cuss case. Wahl denies knowing
Peter Bellei, Park,hotel, fined
$150; Wm. Hopkinson fined $100,
and John Flannagan fined $100
for operating "blind-pigs" in -Highwood,
which is prohibition
territory. Bellei's son, 12, said
to have acted as bartender.
Wm. F. McMulIen, 35, com
mitted to Bridewelland fined $2,
000 and costs by Judge Petitafter
he toid,court that-his wife would
work and make retribution foral- ,
leged forgery on which he was l
brought to trial
Charles A. Bach, found jnot
guilty of .murder of Edward Da
vis, whom he shot and killed in
saloon, 30 W. 22nd st., Oct 22,
1911. Self-defense.
Mrs. Florence Bernstein, 1023
S, Rober st, held to" grand jury
without bail for murder of hus
band t May 4.,
Detectives on Schuettler's
gambling squad yesterday, raided
Revere house and found secret
room on 2nd floor with 10 tele
phone receivers, and numerous
JiAjMniJUfJftl(lg4S1iJL- .g. j. . .J

xml | txt