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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 23, 1912, Image 7

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N. J. Morrissey, tjreas and tngr.
Paul Armstrong Theatrical Co.,
disappeared with $3,000 belong
ing to company Tuesday night.
Daniel McSorley, 45,r 6118
Prairie av,, mistook wood alcohol
for whisky. Funeral tomorrow.
Lillian Henderson, 17, 12 E.
Chestnut st., disappeared Tues
day night.
Mabel, Bangs, sentenced to 60
days in Bridewell and fined $1 and
Elizabeth Williams fined $25 and
costs"for stealing from State st
department slore.
William Klefisch, 17, sentenced
to Pontiac Reformatory for at
tempting to passy forged postal
savings bank certificates.
Herman Harmening, 'saloon
keeper, Palatine, 111., who fatally
injured James O'Brien in fight
May 7, found guilty of manslagh
ter. Motion fqfahew trial will be
heard later. --1 r
Minnie Sziessler, 18, 3107
Drake ave., struck and severely
injured by auto driven' on wrong
side of street by Thomas A. Bell,
703 Ingleside ave.
H. S. Burkhardt, Chicago,
elected supreme chaplain by Roy
al Atcanum in convention at
Richmond, Va.
Herman Abrahamson, 15, son
of Aurora merchant, disappeared
2 weeks ago after being scolded
for making mistake in bookkeep
ing. Surviving members of Ottawa,
Chippewa and Pottowatomie In
dians have begun legal battle for
land occupied by Illinois Central
Themistoklis Haralampos
Papakyriakolopous, 22, waiter,
Congress hotel, had name short
ened to Themis "H: Kyiakos, be
cause, strange to say, people
couldn't pronounce his rear one.
Mounted 'squads bf South Park
police 'has been "abolished and
members have begun "hiking1
again. Z'l
Marion "Donker, 3743 S. Pe
oria St., mail clerk, Chicago &
Council. Bluffs railway, victim of
smallpox., ail cars fumigated.
Gilbert Byles arid Roy Lewis
arrested in 'their" rooms, 503
Wells st. ;Saidr to .have stolen
several autos frorh railroad cars.
Vito Santore, 2730 Grand ave.,
run down and 'injured by-team of
horses driven, by, Charles Huck,
employed, by ,M. J. Conley, Icon
tractor. -, ' ,
Harry F.; Ledyard, Chicago
Distilling Co., -sued for divorce.
'He was ahead of time,

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