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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 15, 1912, Image 5

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slugged by 3 unidentified men oh
W. Madison st. car at Robey st
this morning. Two policemen re
ported to have been on car and r
refused aid.'
Portion of rear wall old Wal- L
dorf "Hotel, 117-119 W. Madison,',
now being1 razed, collapsed yes- '
terday, injuring 7 men. g
Clarenct Belli, 15, son of Frank.
Belli; who was : ecently fined $150 T
for selling liquor in Highwood, '
attempted to shoot up town for -revenge.
Andrew Lindstrom, laborer, ,
2524 S. Harding av., found dead j
from asphyxiation. .Accident.
George Burger, 32, owner of
Superior Hotel, 719 N". Clark,
fined $100 and costs, for keeping,,
disorderly place. Edna Ballinger, I
22, and Mabel Scott, 28, inmates,
fined $5. and costs.
Chicago asked to search for
Robert, 6, and Urban Nichols, 4, j
missing f roni Cincinnati, O.', since
April 29, , . t
James Monahan, 21, waiter, 416'
S. Clark, who identified Robert
Schultz a.s man hg saw in front of
Jacob Goodman's cigar store, 438
S. Clark, just before GoodmaSi
was' shot, set upon and beaten by
5 men, believed to have, been
friends of Schultz'. rt
Charles Mandelker, 26, 3245
.Douglas blvd., mgr. of GarderfS
City Furniture Co., 808 Wellst,
freed of charge of receiving
money under 'false pretenses. Ar-
rested o ncomplaint of Frank O.
Gustavson, 4530 Clifton av.
Arthur Watts, 2891 E. .Chest-
David Cohen, 813-Maxwell st,
found dead and wife unconscious
Qn kitchen, .floor. ' Asphyxiation.
Suicide pact believed.
Michael J. Healy,.50, 2249 So.
Irgfngave., stabbed and-probably
fatally wounded by Susie Poin
dexter, at 22nd and State sts., this
morning. Said he refused her
money when she begged him.
.Woman arrested.
Morris & Co. to pension em
ployes who have reached 65.
Lady Clifton Robinson, Lon
don,' 'England, society leader, in
Chicago for a visit. '
At last night's meeting of the
stereotyped in Handel hall, the
biggest meeting ever held by that
organization, the members voted
unanimously to "stand-pat."
John Harahan, 60, 3748 Wilcox
avev teamster, thrown from seat
when Madison st. car hit wagon
atfOirtis st. Skull fractured. Car
failed to stop. Harahan will die.
' Al McMannus, 3356 Grand ave.,
found on I. C. tracks at 40 st.
Taken to Lakeside htfspital. Sup
posed to 'have been struck by
train1. ', - 1
Mrs. Bertha Foglestad, 3129
Fullerton w., and-'Mrs. Martha
Erickson, 6340 Evans av., twins,
will today celebrate their 91st
Anna'Waugh, 17, ran away
from 'Home of Good Shepherd,
112Q Grace st, yesterday. Police
-searching for her.-
John Hoey, Jr., 28; 711-So. Sac
ramento ave., son of Peter Hoey;
of Hoey & Richardson, -cigar
manufacturers, myst er i o u-s ly . nut st., chauffeur otfauto of J, 5
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