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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 05, 1912, Image 5

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House. Killed. Not known
jvhether accidental or suicide.
Peter Yessi, bitten on arm by
horse in front tof 104 N. Franklin
st. Broken blood vessel.
John Carroll, bartender in sa
loon of Paul Gehrke, 3501 W.
12th St., locked in telephone
booth at point of revolvers and
watched two men rob saloon of
.with him he could not get central
on his nickel-first 'phone.
Frank J. Bescher of Kansas
City, Mo., found dead in bed at
the Hotel La Salle. Heart dis
ease. Mrs. Mary Miller, 2852 Flour
noy st., fought ith burglar when
he tried to rob her house and then
assisted in capturing him in
basement of building a block
away. -
Tige,-a bulldog, became griev
ed over absence of his master,
Samuel Schweits, retired saloon
keeper, and hung "himself in barn
in rear of 503 W. 28th st, be
tween bars of hay bin.
Fred Mayer, 6048 W. Chicago
av., motorcycle policeman, Oak
Park, disregarded rules and used
service machine -to take Miss
Katherine , Sampson, 5029 W.
Chicago av., for "joy- ride."
At Iowa st and Euclid a v., Oak
iJPark, an auto owned by, G. W.
Cook, 1301 Carroll av., ajjd driven
by his son Egbert, struck motor
cycle and "threw Mayer, twenty
feet May die. Miss Sampson in
critical condition.
THarry Maddenberg, 12, 524 S.
Morgan st, struck by auto driven
i$r H. Bjfaff, 71. Saratoga,-av.j
Downerls Grove at W. Madison
and Jefferson lsts. Severely bruis
ed. Andrew Dejorio, 704 Miller st,
struck Jjy auto owned by E. J.
Barker, 556 W. Jackson blyd.,
and driven by Clement Hayes,
3922 Gladys av., at Jackson blvd.
and, Sangamon st' Seriously in
jured. Carlo Capenze, 822 Sedgwick
st, while in front of his home
with his five children, was shot
and probably fatally wounded.
Assailant declared to be Samuel
Cause of the shooting is un
known. Neighbors "say Capenze
received several threatening let
ters. Wm. Renner, 21, 4436 Choc
taw ave., motorman, electrocuted
while working in yards of Chi"
cago City Railway Co., at Cali
fornia ave. and Roscow st.
Gladys Alexander, 16, and Iva
White, 15, who last Tuesday es
caped from truancy school at Ply
mouth, Ind., were found in loop
department store late yesterday.
Three negroes entered home of
John Cronin, 3532 S. LaSalle st,
bookkeeper in state's attorney's
office and robbed him of $65.
Burglars entered home of Chas.
Staffield, 1339 W. Garfield blvd.,
and carried silverware and plun
der valued at $300
Miss B. M- Frewn, actress,
prostrated while standing in lob
by df Hotel Sherman. Uncon
scious for.2 hours.
James Alloway, 6345 S. Carpen
ter st., overcome by heat
,L3uisJVl9ekel, 8119 Vincennes
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