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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 18, 1912, Image 6

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Fellowship Council, N. A. U.,
No. 13, held annual dance last
night at Victoria anjce hall.
Memorial services in honor of
late Fire Marshal James Horan
and those who died with him at
Morris & Co. warehouse fire, Dec.
22, 1910, will be held Monday.
Second anniversary of the blaze.
Wm. J. Hackett, watchman at
3200 S. Robey si, shot and fatal
ly wounded. John Duggan, 3266
Irving av., his stepson, guard in
county jail, arrested. Identified
by Hackett. Denies charge.
Three auto bandits attempted
to hold up Daniel McFall, 5330
Loomis st. He ran. Escaped
their bullets. They escaped.
Three young men entered store
of James Smart, 6551 S. Halsted
st. Took 50 cents from till.
Robbers took $3 and a watch
from Roy Welch, 18, 735 W. 60th
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Ander
son, 907 W. 58th st., robbed of $7
and a watch and chain worth $35
while on way home from grocery.
Burglars entered home of Mrs.
E. P. Rouchey, 7849 Emerald av.
Escaped with $10.
Two negroes robbed Chinese
restaurant in Hammond of $500.
Believed to be coming here.
George Bansbach arrested in
flat at 1843 Washington blvd.
Charged with disorderly conduct.
May be member of safe blowing
Two police autos are searching
for auto bandits with orders to
Shoot to kill.
Six persons injured in collision
between auto and C. & N. W.
freight train at W. Kinzie st.
Will recover. '
Roy Dick, 70& East End av.,
chauffeur, severely hurt when
auto he was driving was struck
by N. Y. C.v train af E. 67th st.
Two mysterious fires in saloon'
of Sidias, 1140 S. Wabash ave.J
Believed revenge. Police on
George Thomas arrested for
hanging around home of his
wife's parents, where she is stay
ing'. Carried gun. '
ChasMitchell found uncon-
s'cious m hotel at 600 W. Madi-
son st. Hospital. Pullmotor
failed. . v
Henry West, destitute civile
war vet, will be buried by com-
rades. J
E. R. iitzinger, counsel for G..
W. Fitzgerald, made the closing
speech for the defense today in
U. S. treasury $173,000 case.
- Alexander Pisacuk slapped Ma
talia SiminsuK's, 20, 1100 Max
well st., face when she refused
to marry him after he had spent"
$200 on her for gifts and amuse-,
ments. I-ined $10.
J. E. Vos, 42, 1016 W. 72nd st,'
struck by auto truck. Seriously,
injured. "
Chas. E. Dedrickson, 47, print-;
er, 2409 Moffat st., suicide. Razor. -
Margaret Valenty, 19, 2245
Emerson ay., started fire. Cloth
ing caught. Fatally burned.
Mexican known as "Roscoe,"'
18, shot and seriously wounded by.

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