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The day book. [volume] (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 16, 1912, Image 7

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the "Turkey Trot" on her porch,
thus peeving him exceedingly.
J. W. Ellerman, former teller
of Continental & Commercial Na
tional Bank, charged with embez
zling $2,800, and eloping with
Miss Grace Frost, nurse, brought
back to Chicago.
Ellerman dodged police for one
year, but was rounded up at Cle
bourne, T6xas. His young wife
says she will stand by him to end.
L. Aldottian caught rifling safe
in cellar of Savoy cafe, Harrison
and Wabash, by chef, who chased
him through cafe with kitchen
knife. Diners scared to death.
Martin Johns, 801 W. Wash
ington blvd., overcome by heat in
front of home.
Theresa Schrilla, 5, 1220 W.
Erie St., probablyfatally injured
when- run over by Erie st. car at
Center ave. Both legs cut off.
Mayor Harrison has revoked
saloon license of John Carroll at
948 W. Madison st.
Harry E. Clays, 19, and John
Menis, 18, rooming at -2120 W.
Van Buren st, held by police for
stealing auto owned by R. R. Mc
Corm'ick, 3914 W. Van Buren st.,
and driving it to Laporte, Ind.
Alfred S. Cantwell, investiga
tor, with offices at 118 N. LaaSlle
St., arrested for stealing auto
claimed by his brother, Geo. L.
Alfred says the machine is his.
Geo. Vilford, actor, recently ar
Tested on suspicion of being con
cerned in disappearance of Irene
Davis, 13, arrested on charge of
-violating Mann act by bringing
Edna Montecino from New Or
leans to Chicago. '
Luella Magnessy, 3. 1802 Lake
st.," Evanston, dead of. burns suf
fered Sunday night while playing
with lighted candle.
Edw. Erbance, 15, 4245 Elston
ave., swimming in North branch
of river near Argyle st. Cramps.
Drowned.
Mrs. Catherine Mathiesen has
sued husband, city employe, for
divorce, saying he has contrib
uted only $55.'50 toward support
of his family since last November.
John Mowen, 23, employe of
Mercy hospital, found smothered
to death by sand on lake shore
near E. 25th st. Suffered from
epilepsy. ,
Mrs. Jessie Hoff, wife of Fred
Hoff, carpenter', committed sui
cide by gas in her home, 808 Oak
wood blvd. Made despondent by
hotv weather. - .
Frank Capelek, 11953 Prairie
ave., and John Opyd, same ad
dress, run over and killed by Chi
cago & Northwestern train at
119th st.
Harry Stewart, 10, 632 W. 49th
st., disappeared from, pier near
German building, Jackson park.
Believed drowned.
Antoinette and Bessie Doosak,
Anna Blaha and John Paul in
jured when two cars on Grand
Canon coaster4 at Forest Park
crashed together.
Geo. B. Swift, former mayor of
Chicago, left estate valued at
$100,000. Widow sole beneficiary.
Mrs. H. W. Phillips, 20, bride
of two weeks, wants police to
hunt her 60-year-old husband,
who disappeared with her savings
and watch and romantic ideas.
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