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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 11, 1913, Image 8

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"I ain't."
"You are."
"I I"
Another blow interrupted the
'"What's all this about?" de
manded Lyons, pulling the men
apart. "You're both arrested for
disorderly conduct."
"Arrested!" howled the man
who had been on top. "Man, I
just captured a murderer and a
Before Judge Mahoney the
captor's memory failed him. He
forgot all about bandits and mur
derers. The judge decided that
Small, the man who had done the
capturing, and Green, the cap
tive, were guilty of disorderly
conduct. Each was fined $10 and
"That Madison street wihsky
is fierce," said Lyons, and captor
and captive left the courtroom
Wm. P. Gotsick, 1505 W.
Adams st., fireman on C, M. &
St. P. train, "got sick" when
freight train hit his engine throw
ing him off. Monroe st. hospital.
Mrs. M. Gottlieb, 1315 Has
tings st., arrested charged with
stealing crate of chickens.
W. H. Reynolds, performer,
fined $25 and costs for carrying
concealed weapon. Said he was
scared of auto bandits.
W. J. Creevey, 60, 1051 Hum
boldt av., one of oldest members
of local Typographical union No.
16, is dead.
Burglar in home of Joseph
Waite, owner of Acme hotel, 515
Madison st. got $100 in jewelry
and clothing worth $250.
Jacob Beck died at Alexian
Bros.' hospital of' gas poisoning.
- Six barbers arrested in barber
shop of Julius Ogul, 1208 W.
Taylor st. Playing poker.
Police searching for George
Milkun, 1103 Armitage av., miss
ing since Wednesday
tin av., fined $25 and costs for
D.J. McAllister, 42, 4338 W.
Monroe st., real estate broker, ar
rested, charged with obtaining
money under false pretenses.
Harold Pickett, 14, who ran
away from home in Kankakee,
asked police here to find his
friends on Huron st. Locked up
over night.
"If your girl becomes ill while
riding in your auto, hold her hand
and go slow rather than try and
get her home quickly." Judge
Mahoney. Yes, judge, but sup
pose she's not that kind of a girl.
Latest thing in bandits here is
the "giant." More than 8 feet
tall and operates alone.
Ashley Battles, 2408 W. Jack
son blvd., held up by the "Giant"
bandit. Got $35.
Policeman Jos. Judge struck on
head with beer bottle by Joseph
Svododa and Jno. McCabe. Both
arrested. Charged with burglary.
Jos. Branko, 1440 W. Erie st.,
Annan Polkin, 32, 673 N. Clark arrested charged with attempted
t, and Tony Rezzo, 19, 814 Aus- J robbery.

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