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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 19, 1912, Image 5

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- Frank Hickman, 835 N, Clark
st, dying in hospital from in
juries suffered when stolen auto
of Short Bros Teaming Co., 901
W. Lake st,, hit his cab at Madi
son and LaSalle sts. Driver of
machine beat it.
F. R. Straight, garage owner,
306 Plymouth ct, found his auto,
which was stolen from garage at
dearborn and Washington sts.,
all mashed up.
The auto was hit by a Milwau
kee ave. car. The driver made
good get away.
Amateur robber tried to rob
grocery store of Mrs. Etta Smith,
2507 S. Wabash ave. Qot scared
when patrons came in. Fired two
shots at Mrs. Smith and' fled.
Both missed.
Jerry O'Connor, ex-convict,
and Earl Wilson, convicted of
holding up Elmer E. Roberts, in
Wilson's saloon, 1928 Washing
ton blvd., sentenced to N, from 1
year to life imprisonment in the
Wasn't it fine to wake up this
morning with window wide open
and your bed mate with all the
covers? B-u-r-r!
-Milton Cleb; 32, 1532 E. 73rd
st., machinist at rolling mills of
Illinois Steel Co., stoqd near
steampipe when it exploded
. John Richards, 2913. Warsaw
St, held to grand jury by coron
er's jury for manslaughter.
In a quarrel several weeks ago
with John -Kaatz, 22, ,1432 Cor
nelia st, Richards hit Kaatz on
the head with brick. Kaatz died
Sept 11.
Miss Daisy Ballinger, negress,
25 W. 26th st, arrested on charge
of assault ma'de by Miss Hattie
Harris, 23 W. 26th st She asked
Judge Wells to haye her case,
come up on Friday as she was al
ways lucky on that day.
"All right," said Wells, "but
don't blame the court if you are
Katherine Williams fined $50
and costs in Clark st court for
soliciting.. She is known to the
police of half -a dozn states as a
Julius Schmoger arrested for
being drunk. Told judge he had
been "doped on S. Clark st beer"
and robbed of $50. "You may
go," said the court "That was
punishment enough."
Slight illness of E. A. Ban
croft, att'y fpr Harvester Trust,
caused the hearing of the govern
ment's suit to be postponed to
day. Miss Nora Kelly, maid of Mrs.
Mary Barry, 4331 Indiana av.,
struck by auto of Merritt Rathje,
19, 6223 S. Halsted st, at Michi
gan av and E. 45th st Died.
Hilda Ritt, 2, 1213 Wells st,
struck by taxicab in front of her
home. Dead.
Frank Washburne, farmer,
Clinton, la., beaten and robbed of
$50 and gold watch and thrown
into river at Harrison st bridge.
Hospital. Recovered.
Anton Ullrich, 19, 4744 S,
Throop st, ibadly injured ,-when,

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