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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 12, 1912, Image 5

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Burglars robbed residence of
Arthur Partelma, 6708 S. Sanga
mon st, of jewelry and clothing
valued at $157.
John Bernhart, 616 Wellington
"st., severely hurt when street car
struck his wagon.
Oscar Gibbons, 1844 W. Lake
St., hit by faxi at Ashland av. and
,W. Madison st. County Hospital.
May die.
Two taxis were racing on Ash
land av. when the man was
struck. Wm. Keys, driver of one
of them was arrested.
B. R. Gilmore, room 1403 Har
ris Trust bldg., and Miss Florence
J. Binz, 4867 Winthrop av., se
verely injured when taxi crashed
into touring car at Sheridan road
atr Clarendon av.
e Town Hall Station auto patrol
damaged when it caught fire fol-Jbowing-an
explosion as it was be
ing driven out of the barn.
James Lee McMillan and Vere
Bixel posed as policemen and at
tempted to make Chas. W. Bid
well, 1113 Ashland av., and Allen
McMahon, 1427 Jackson blvd.,
give them money. Arrested. They
refused to give their addresses.
(They got $7.
Max Webber took fenooze on
wall along I. C. Ry, tracks in
'G'rant Bark. Fell. Slightly in
jured. T
" John Kaatz, 1422 Cornelia st,
who was injured four months ago
by John Rickert, 2913 Warshaw
av,, in an argument In a black
smith shop, Noble and W, Chi-
,jcago'ayv.died today.
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, ,Rickert arrested and held for
Nels Nelson, 40, Fairfield and
North avs., instantly killed when
a derrick used in the new building
at Quincy and State sts. broke
and dropped a steel beam through
two floors.
John Sigrnan, 8, 34 S. Kedzie
ave., struck by auto of Hogan
Parcel Delivery, 2637 Cottage
Grove ave., at Madison st. and
Kedzie ave. Severely injured.
Arthur Olsen, 1928 Nebraska
ave., driver.
William Farrar, 62, found
asleep on two 'suit cases in front
of 609 W. Randolph st. Arrested.
Had bank book showing $1,044
deposit. 'Says he don't waste
money on hotels when he can
sleep just as well on the outside.
Refused to give address.
William Kocaim, 6, left home
on father's wagon at 52nd' st and
Albany ave. Horse ran away.
Harry J. Callahan, 2212 Ne
braska ave., arrested as letter box
Elmer Sass, 9, 2158 W. 2lst st,
severely injured by a car at Lea
vitt st. Tuesday, was found after
a long search in Park Ave. hos
pital, 1940 Park ave.
Sass was "kidnaped" and taken
to the hospital by Chicago City
Ry.'s ambulance
Adla Bagdones, 2, 29th ave. and
St. Charles road, Bellwood, left
in yard with brother. Open cis-
tern. Drowned.
Louis J. Sauer, driver of auto.
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