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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 30, 1912, Image 5

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Four men and a woman were
arrested, charged with throwing
asafoetida bombs into milk dur
ing the strike at Evdnston.
Edward Reilly and wife, Kat
erina, 2513 W. 13th st., fined $100
and costs each. John Mullaney,
f309 Washburne av., $25 and
costs. J. O'Donnell, 3020 S. 42d
av., and Robert Sargent, 1341
Dearborn av., $$ and costs.,
, Bombs were thrown on porches:
of dairy company patrons.
Two men believed to be part of
the band of auto bandits have
been arrested. Police refuse to
give their names,
John Lessner, 1444 Mohawk
St., teamster, injured when hip
wagon was struck by Clybourn
av. car. at Wells st. and Institute
Albert Certo, 12, 1235 Center
place, known as "New York"
among his "pals," arrested with
Daniel Marabito, 12, 451 N. Mor
gan st., Joseph Tortaoldi, 11, 450
N. May st., and Frank 'Matsoe,
15, N. Center and Grand a.v.
These four youthful burglars
entered a wagon shop at Fulton
a'nd N Morgan sts. five times,
stealing candy .from delivery
wagons which were being repair
ed. Tried to break open safe but
were unsuccessful. "
- G. C. Kkes, 121 E. Ohio st.,
held up and robbed of watch and
Lillian Tilly, 9, 3124 Forest
ave., struck by Indiana ave. car at
3Jst St. Fractured sull.
James Edwards, 312 W. 42d
St., slipped and fell under moving:
freight train on which he was
workings Killed.
Four children were victims of
dogs in last 24 hours: James
Murphy, 3, 2334 Park ave.; Abra
ham Znehimas, 10, 1370 Dean st.,
Gertnlde Rosenberg, 9, 1054 W.
12th st., and Hyman Sampson,
11, 1268 Blue Island ave.
Archie Jackson, negro cook on
lake steamer, after making insult
ing remarks to Bessie Dennler,
16, and Mae Cairns, 16, both of
148 E. Illinois st., was severely
beaten by men who saw him.
John Jablinski, teamster, and
his daughter, Carrie, 12, 2929
Southport avte., were seriously in
jured when their wagon was hit
by a Bowmanville car at Lincoln
st. Scalp w6und.
James E. McVey, postal clerk,
4242 W. 31st st., arrested. Charg
ed with -rifling registered letters.
W. P. Kraus, 512 S. State stu,
who was arrested for "mashing,"
fined $1 and costs.
William, A. Phelan, 24 Indiana
st., fined $50 and costs. "Mash
ing." '
Henri French, member of a
theatrical company, arrested on
charges preferred by D. J. Bren
nan, manager of the Hotel Du
Nord, 4603 Winthrop ave, Bren
nan says that French owes him
$298 hotel bill.
Leslie Hill, 3018 S. State st.,
chauffeur, fined $200 and costs
for speeding, and $25 for not hav
ing a chauffeur's license.
' Two city firemen killed and 78

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