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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 01, 1912, Image 5

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Mrs. Mabel DuBarr, 3718 Pine
Grove ave., arrested for creating
disturbance in Auto 111, 806 Rush
st. Case continued to Oct. 4.
- John Zalony, 11923 Calumet
ave., struck by N. P. Ry. train
near E. 136th st. Died.
Leroy Semlow, 2433 Cotez st.,
kicked in leg by playmate during
football game. Died.
Tony Negeold, 1124 Cornell
St., quarreled with unidentified
man over who should pay for
drinks. Fight. Tony may die.
Detective C. T. Cole, 35, em-
ployed by Clarence Funk, sued by
John Henning for alienating his
wife's affections. Fined $5 and
costs for disorderly conduct.
Well dressed man about 401
jumped from Madison st. bridge
into river. Police threw him life
preserver. Made no effort to
grasp it. Drown. Suicide.
Louise Echel, 14, 1925 Otto St.,
inhaled gas. Attempted suicide.
Two youthful robbers'entered
saloon of Fred W. Bobzim, 3337
.Ogden ave. Escaped with $35.75.
- Two robbers held up and rob
bed Hyman Lebowitz in his drug
stpre, 2843 Wentworth ave. Es
caped with $2.
'Five men and a woman arrest
ed in rooms of the Waldo hotel,
1123 W. Madison st, , charged
with smoking: opium.
Bov envine: name oi lames
leetwood, 2124 S. Wabash ave.,
bund lost in loop., .tield at b.
lark st. annex.
Police have, been asked to
search for W. N. Skourup, 4228
Washington blvd. Missing for
more than a week.
Miss Ernestine Doychert, Chi
cago, now 11th wife of Lionel
Lawrence, N. Y. stage manager
and producer.
149 foreign residents of this
city enrolled under American flag
yesterday before Federal Judge
, Mrs. M. Thompson, dead, 6426
Cottage Grove av., killed ,by Cot
tage Grove av. car at 64th st,
Leo Feinstein, 4, 3135 W. 14th
pi., killed by Kedzie av. car at W.
14th pi.
Unknown well-dressed woman
struck by Van Buren st. car at
Franklin st. Car ambuknce got
away with her before police ar
rived. Man thought to be insane be
ing searched for in neighborhood
of Hazel and Winthrop avs.
Schoolgirls refuse to ga to
school without their parents.
Claim he stands in a woods and
jumps out at them.
Harry Bogs, 4950 Wentworth
avv and James Thecharis, 658 W.
Van Buren st, arrested for sell
ing short weight. -
When Mounted Poliecman
O'Brien arrested the two ped
dlers, Stephen Thanes, 4946
Wentworth av., offered him $10
to, let Bogs go, O'Brien also ar
rested Thanes.
Mrs. Marie Jororicki, former
boarder of Mrs. Tony Jowislon,
838-Townsend st, swore out war
rant for Mrs. Jowislon, charging.

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