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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 16, 1912, Image 6

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St., both 12 years eld, arrested,
charged with burglaries. Eaeh
had black' ma.sk and. "jimmy."
Confessed they entered res
taurant of John Holman, 2447 5.
Leavitt St., at 1 :30 q'eloek Wed
nesday morning and escaped with
$25 froin cash register and $50
worth of cigars and tobaceo.
Mary C. Pound, 7, 241 W. 61st
pi., knocked down and slightly
bruised by 63d st, car on Prince
ton av.
Capt A. Shinnebarger, Gary,
Ind., fire department, and Hiley
Walker severely bruised when
their auto ran into freight train at
Police have been asked to
search for Ray Hall, 15, by his
mother, Mrs. Agnes Hall, 107 S.
Sangamon st. Ray accidentally
destroyed a pattern -in plant of
Hoepner Automatic Scale Co.,
120 S, Sangamon St., where he
was employed.
Believed that- the boy was
afraid he would have to; make
good the price of the pattern.
The annulment of the marriage
of Mrs. Florence E. Bruechner,
17, Beardstown, HI., and Gustaf
S. Bruechner, 19, employed in the
Northwest State Bank, 1618 Mil
waukee av., has been asked by
Mrs. Bruechner.
She says he intimidated her in
to marrying hi mon May. 6 at
point of revolver.
Joseph Hartman, 10, 1951 Cly
bourn av., and Walter J. Hennes
sy, 1742 Addison, city fireman,
seriously burned in explosion of
gas in basement of Hartman
home. Alebqan Brothers' hosjyjal.
Miss Lena Ogren, 19, servant
at 1263 Forrest av., attacked Ui
the vicinity of Argyle st. and N,
Francisco av. by a man who
threatened take her life if she
made an outcry. ,
Later the girl ran to Engine
House No. 10. Firemen and two
mounted police made search for
the man. Escaped, '
George Pomka, 3343 E 81st sW
laborer, dead from burns received
March 13 when ladle of molten
lead overturned on him while at
work in Illinois Steel Co.
Because Morgan Park presj.
dent, H. Clay Russdll, 2316 Mor
gan av., told village people that
former chief of police, John W
Ketcham, 11023 Church St., was
nothing less than a thief, Ketch-,
am has brought suit against Rus
sell for $10,000 on a charge of
slander. , "
George Koops, saloonkeeper at
1758 Grand av., robbed of $10 and,
box of cigars by two armed men.
Fourth time this year.
. William Johnson, 1036 W. 14t
st., and George. Young got into
argument over pool game at 112
Newberry av Johnson received a
stab just above the heart. County
Hospital. Young escaped.
Philadelphia, Aug. 16. The
government today filed suit foe
thedissolution of the moving pic
ture trust. it
The chief defendant is the Mov
ing Picture Patents Co., whictj
the government says bore some
what the same relation to tlie mo
tion picture business as the Nar

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