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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 05, 1912, Image 6

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Jbhn Hayes, 1146 Fuller St.,
teamster, driving mail wagon,
run down by a-at Clark and
Jackson blvd. St. Luke's Hospi
tal. Will die,
Masayoski Kato, head of rail
way bureau in Japan and Korea,
says American railway methods,
far superior to European.
Burglars chloroformed watch
dog and entered tailor store of
Joseph Kauffman, 116 E. 39th st.
Got $5,000 worth of cloth.
Wm. Horn, cafe owner at 1659
W. 15th St., found unconscious at
12th and Paulina sts. early today.
Taken to County Hospital. Was
unable to give statement. Belief
of police that he was waylaid and
, W. R. Worland of Wyoming
looks very much like Carter H.
Harrison. He had a crowd follow
ing him around at Land Show.
.Got nervous. Asked some one
what the matter was.
Geo. H. Chiros found two fel
low Greeks who said they were
broke. Took them to a hotel.
When he woke up they were
gpne. So were his suit and $150.
Police recovered both Greeks
and coin.
August Bate, farmer, injured
near Lake Zurich by train.
Brought to Chicago on train. Is
near death at Jefferson Park Hos
pital. Police searching for crew of
car that struck Wm. Curran, 666
S. State St., at S. Clark and Polk
Sts. and left him. Curran dying at
St Lake's Hospital.
Rudolph Svoboda, 2738 S. 43d
av., met a man he used to know.
Had a few drinks. $18 gone.
Smilja Kigir, 2, 10836 Torrence
av., and Margaret Hagner, 2,
5552 N. Clark st., died today from
eating marches.
Frank J. Walsh, clerk of Crim
inal Court and former clerk in
United States sub-treasury, testi
fied in behalf of Geo. W. Fitzger
ald, on trial charged with $173,
000 theft. He alleges that alj"
clerks had access to teller's cages.
Several loop saloonkeepers, in
cluding Sim Tuckhorn, were
summoned by Mayor Harrison
today to show cause why their li
censes should not be revoked.
Mrs..F. C. Smith, 705 E. 45th
St., asked police to search for
$1,000 worth of jewelry she had
in handbag in City Hall Square
bldg. yesterday. Does not know
whether she had bacg picked or
lost the valuables herself.
Central Trust Co. of Illinois
was appointed receiver today for
the Chicago Daily World by
Judge Landis.
Frank C. Hajicek, 3341 W. 26th
St., former owner of private bank,
sued in Judge Fake's court, said
he kept no books, but entered de
posits on loose slips of paper.
Stanley dileskj, 3, 1951 W.
17th St., scalded to death yvhen
brother John 5, upset kettle of
Employes of Cook Electric Co.
in another argument with Zion
ists, headed by Voliva. Several

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