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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 12, 1912, Image 7

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ington blvd., suicide. Carbolic
acid. Despondent because gov
ernment would not let her mother
return here from Germany.
Arthur Peterson, 23, 3736 N.
Sacramento ave., arrested on
charge of larceny,
Ed Human, 17, 1133 W. 15th
St., fell from electric pole in front
of his home when he touched
charged wires. Seriously in
jured. Police searching for Frank
White, 26, janitor at 948 Lafay
ette parkway. He .disappeared
shortly after testifying against
John Resboski, wife deserter.
Resboski was fined $100 and sen
tenced to Bridewell.
Miss Margaret Dunbar, 19,
who ran away from her home in
Pittsburg, arrested here.
Anton Grate, 52, 2003 W. Har
rison st,, baker, suicide. Rope.
Despondent over business trou
ble. Daylight robbers entered store
of Thomas Roberts, 715 N. Clark
st. and escaped with women's
wearing apparel valued at $350.
- "Fighting" owl that Hyde
Park police had such troube in
capturing -will be turned over to
Lincoln Park zoo.
Dunham Towing and Wreck
ing Co. fined $400 for violation of
smoke ordinance.
Unidentified man about 40 kill
,ed himself at E. 56th ston lake
shore. Bullet.
Two men who refused to give
their names arrested under C, R.
I. & P. Ry. Co. tracks 'at Archer
aVe. Fuse 10 feet long was found
jn one of their, pockets.
Philes Sheahan, 1447 W.
Adams st., painter, made unsuc
cessful attempt to flirt with Miss
Bessie Coodar, 1258 W, Jackson
sL, at Monroe and Loomis sts.
Two men attacked Sheahan, then
turned him over to an officer.
Thomas Rhodes,. 65, River
Grove, 111., head of Rhodes & Mc
Clure Publishing Co., killed by
C, M. & St. P. train.
F. V. Holdridge, 4106 Calumet
lave., held up and robbed of $14
and valuable papers by two arm
ed men at Ogden and S.41st aves.
Thomas Gallagher and wife,
Lillian, sentenced to 60 days in
Bridewell for neglecting their
son, Harry, 3.
John Connelly, 129 N. Ada st,
driving a wagon for McMahon
Bros. Teaming Co., seriously in
jured when street car struck his
wagon. Man whose name police
refused to give jumped in wagon
and attempted to drive off. Ar
rested. f
Robbers held up and robbed
Michael Kanello, peddler, 1121
Milton ave., of $21. They over
looked a larger sum which was
hidden in a money belt.
Norman Roberts, 17, 3334 S.
State st., arrested for stealing box
of sardines from wagon of Ar
mour & Co. Asked Judge New
comer not to send him to Bride
well because they didn't have
sardines on the menu. His re
quest was "granted and his fine
of $25 was set aside until D.ec. 10.
Charles Cameron, former busi
ness agent of the painters' union,
and J. A, Anderson, alleged labor

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