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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 13, 1913, Image 4

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Clarence Bonus, 22, Greek,
sentenced to one year in Bride
well and fined $300 today by
Judge Scully. Charged with
bringing his 17-year-old wife,
Charlotte, from La Porte, Ind.,
here and placing her in resort.
Charged with pandering.
Robbers in home of J. Vana,
4237 W. 20th st. Got loot worth
Coroner investigating "sus
picious circumstance" death of
Miss Ellen G. Roberts, woman
attorney, who died at St. Ber-J
nard's Hospital.
Mrs. Sadie Kohlers, 25, 5755 S.
La Salle St., refused to marry
Wm. Jensen, 22. He slashed her
throat, then his own. Both may
die. Her huslwmd is in Denver
with consumption.
Dr. Mary Walker is better. Sit
ting u pin her pajamas. Eating
onions, which she believes will do
her sprained leg good.
Saloon oi Jacob Goldberg,
1359 W. Taylor st., robbed of
$15.30 by two armed robbers.
Mrs. Mary Graham, 5 N. Car
penter st., beaten and stabbed by
woman believed to be Mrs. John
son and Chas. Harris. Harris ar
rested with 3 other men. Woman
Thief got $100 loot from home
of B. I. James, 4532 W. Van
Buren st.
L. Bramer, 2004 W. Adams St.,
fell from window on 2d floor of
219 S. Seeley av. Died at hospital.
John Bennet, 3958 W. Madison
St., cut throat with razor. At
tempted suicide. May die. Hos
pital. Case against J. H. Ward, alias
B. V. Sterling, charged with be
ing one of six men who beat F. P.
Fox, Terre Haute, Ind., out of
$2U,U00 in Hot Springs, Ark., has
uccn uisinibseu. x urneu over to
Erico Tomuzzi wants police to
protect him from blackmailers
who threaten to kill him and wife
if he does not giv $1,000
S. E. Upcott, mill foreman,
6234 Princeton av., under bond,
charged with crime against, his
15-year-old daughter, is dead.
Leonard Bramer, window
washer, 2004 W. Adams St., fell
from window. Crippled for life.
Prominent man from Delhart,
Tex., spent three hours yesterday
trying to change a $5,000 bill.
Had to buy a suit of clothes to
do it.
First child of Mrs. Fred Butler
was born at La Salle Hotel yes
terday, Lincoln's birthday. Nam
ed Abraham La Salle Butler.
B. & O. Ry. fined $500 for vio
lation of 16-hour law and $200 for
violating hours of service law.
Santa Fe Ry. fined $200 for
VlUlQlUlg 1IUUI 11 3tl vice law. t4m
N. W. Ry. fined $200 for vio- ?
lating safety appliance act.
Police searching for Italian be
lieved shot last night in front of
815 Milton av., by 3 countrymen.
Antone Horn, wanted in con
nection with murder of G. Hin
tenbergerm, X. Clark st. saloon-

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