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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1913, Image 6

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Lillian and Dean Hamilton, 7 and 6
-years, shot and severely -wounded
while standing on front .porch. Fath
er's political enemies suspected.
Blanche Williams and Elizabeth
Brown, 449 LaSalle av., arrested for
soliciting men on the streets. Said
they had been working in a depart
ment store.
Walter Banning, 5344 Kenmore av.,
attorney, who escaped from Garfield
Park sanitarium, arrested in Roches1
ter, N. Y.
Packey McFarland and W. G.
Parnsworth, 1048 Ardmore av.,arrest
ed at-Heidelberg Garden as suspects
for auto thieves. Released.
John Cerodus, 1635 Marshfield av.,
arrested for speeding. Brought inter
preter with him. Refused to talk.
When $10 fine "was given him he call-I
ed the cop a "boob.
Lou Houseman, 8 E. Pearson st.f
fined $10 and costs for speeding.
300 local "hello' girls left last night
for Boston to - join strikebreakers
there in case the 2,500 girls carry
-out their threat and strike. Waiters'
union there have threatened-to go on
strike and not feed the local girls.
Two children rescued when fire
destroyed roof of bakery at rear of
1432 Fry st
Police searching for Mrs. Sarah
Lawler, 6651 Aldine av., missing
since. Tuesday just after she had de
posited large sum of money in Mid
City Trust and Savings Bank, Madi
son and 'HMsted streets.
George M. Shippy, ex-head of local
police department, taken to State
Asylum for Insane, Kankakee, I1L
Heinrich Rasseau, arrested for wife
abandonment Mrs. Mabelle Raus
seau, 4434 Champlain av., alleged he
deserted her several months ago.
Says he lives at Hotel Sherman.
Mrs.' Forest Eastman, 3327 W. Con
gress St., victim of purse snatcher. $4.
Carl W. Carlson,. 4313 Cottage
Grove av.,-said, "Can I walk with you,
dearie?" to Mrs. Nora E. Howe. She
hit him on. head with umbrella. Carl
son arrested.
Edward Phelps, 80, farmer near
Paw Paw, Mich., missing here.
Victoria Eyek, 1343 Bismarck st,
beaten and robbed of $1.50 by lone
Thomas Gale, actor, 1142 W. Wash
ington blvd., stabbed and seriously
wounded, and Fred Wemur, manager
National Theater, 608 S. State St.,
slashed with knife by Jesse Laido, .
1117 S. Wabash av., property boy.
He escaped.
Mrs. Ida Simmons, 242 W. 63rd st,
florist, viptim of worthless check
passer. $12 and $9.50.
Rudolph Nootbar, 27, 1832-Wilmot
av.;,clerk in Illinois Steel Co., held to
grand jury. Bigamy.
Peter Hartmanr 1532 S. Michigan
av., killed by C. L. S. & S. B. Elec-';
trie Ry. ;
Patrolman George W. Graham,"
Stanton Av. station, discharged by
Civil Service Commission for indis-,
criminate use of revolver while.'
drunk. , . ;
Mrs. Arthur T. Mcintosh,. 116 E.
Walton pL, hurt in auto collision.
Chicago & Eastern Illinois Ry. fined
$10,000 for 100 violations of law pro-"
.hibitlrig railways irom working their
employes more than 16 consecutive
hours. .
Wm. Dillon, 2831 Shields av., team
ster, shot and severely." wounded by
Detective John Baker. Wanted on
charge of burglary.
Mrs. Katherine Backiel, 45, 459 N.
May st, shot and seriously wounded
husband Ludwig. Said she had right
to kill him because he deserted her.
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"Mother, I was married this morn
ing." The peeress boye the news with
a severe aspect; and observed, in chil
ling tones: "At, least, before telling
such a private matter, you might -wait
until James (the footman) leaves the
.room." "But mother, it is James I
married F ' 'i

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