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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 17, 1912, Image 7

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jiadian bank notes in. the lobby of
the Hotel Sherman. Turned it
over to the clerk, H. McLaugh
lin, Toronto, Can., found ta be
j "Fake" phone man stole gold
watch valued at $50 and purse
containing $35 in home of Mrs.
F. F. Douglas, 6 21 Yale av. Es
caped. '
Joseph Mazurka, 65' W. 21st
(st, fined $100 and" costs' for beat
ing his wife.
Andrew Smirley ,4201 Cottage
Grove av., arrested on 'complaint
of Mrs. Harriet Schaafr4303 Cot
.tage Grove av., who says, he in
sisted on putting'Kis arms around
Tier on the street-' Fined $50 and
costs. -'
Miss Mary Tobin, 27, went to
visit Mrs. E. Brookman, 2839 Col
orado av. Mrs Brookman went
to store. Came back and found
Miss Tobin dead. Gas. Suicide.
Mrs. Jeannette Gerbig, 1759
W. Madison st., seriously injured
when street car started while she
was alighting at Wood and Mad
ison sts.
Chas. Berger, 61 E. 21st st,
fined $50 and costs for conduct
ing gambling house at above ad
dress. Harry Meyers, 329 E. 51st
st, and Joe Meyers, 2104 S. Mich
igan av., fined $1 and costs as in
mates. Joseph Koskopf, 2940 N. Oak
ley av., fell from his wagon. Run
over. Died.
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' Turfite Is "Spavin Belle" fit former raceway ?' ''
"Jockey Never fitter. N "'',
Turfite Isshe still lame?
Jockey Crippled is the word. ,
Turfite Have you given her plenty of dope besides ? '
Jockey Laudanum twice.
Turfite And-letTier drink all the water he can hold?
Jockey Yep she will be slower thana three-wheeled hearse.
,. Turfite All right then I guess it will be safe to bet on that

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