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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 23, 1912, Image 5

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Four-months'-old baby of Mrs.
Anna Stein, 1751 Byron st, found
smothered to death in bed.
Albert J. Terrio, 2909 Van
Buren st, shot and killed himself.
Eleven-months'-old baby of
Mrs. Michael Lipca, 7845 Wood
lawn av., died from burns receiv
ed when pan of hot water fell
on it.
Mrs. Mary Barnett, 55, 3462 In
diana av., is dead at the County
Hospital from a fall on July 31.
Albert G. Hickland and Henry.
OB. Suerth, policeman, from S. Chi
cago police station, accused of ac
cepting gift or fee without the
consent of their superior officers.
Louis Kassl, 2224 S. Sawyer
av., who shot and killed his com
mon law wife, Miss Frances Kul
henikJuly 31, is held to grand
Kassl shot his wife while in a
jealous rage and then tried to end
his own life by shooting himself
in the left side.
Charlee Lee, Lewis Meyers,
Oscar Olson and Edward Hope,
four of the eight men who broke
into the saloon of Merrill & Rob
erts, 420 W. Chicago av., were ar
rested as they were escaping
through rear window.
Henry M. Enockson, 75, retir
ed shoe dealer, fell deadjn Evans
ton av. car at Evanston and Bel
mont avsi- Heart failure
Mrs. Hattie James, 1708 N.
Whipple st, bruised her thumb
two weeks ago, Tumor formed.
Dead from blood poisoning.
Jacob Schoenberg, 1009 Olive
stv asked by Judge Owen to take
seat in county court Said Ke did
not have time. "Twenty days in
the county jail," said Owen.
Jacob was released when he
Anna Valentine, 25, and three
children, arrested on Penn. train
at Union depot charged with lar
ceny preferred by Giuseppe Es
posipa, Saloonkeeper, 852 S. Hal
sted st.
Esposipa said she took $1,000
from him. He says he was mar
ried to the woman, but she denies
Mrs. Josephine Dubsky, 4049
W. 21st st., got real peeved when
15 roosters began to crow and 300
hens began to cackle.
Obtained a warrant for arrest
of Anton Novak, 4045 W. 21st
st, owner of the birds.
Lite Tine, 65, 1346 Blue Island
av.. fell or ladder while cleanine
ceiling. Dead.
Israel White, 72, 546 W. 12th
st, fell from ladder while putting
rent sign up on his house. Died
at Michael Reese1 hospital.
Frank Stub, cigarmaker, 805
W. 13th st, arrested on complaint
of Miss Blanche Stevens, 1107 S.
Richmond st. Masher.
CvC. Sansord, 55, civil engineer,
3330 W. 12th st, arrested for
mashing, on complaint Lillian
and Hazel Martin; sisters, 12 and
10 years, 951 N. Homan ave., and
Mary Lehman, 9, 845 Homan ave.
Mrs. P. J. Demling, 25, 629
Willow st, Winnetka, injured in
fall from step of W. 12th st. car
at W. 12th and S. Paulina sts.
I Harold A. Cross, traveling man,
took a presidential poll of passen-
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