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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 20, 1913, Image 6

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Mrs. John Mitchell, 6648 S. Hal
sted st., chloroformed by big negro
who" then took $30 and gold watch
and fled. -. ..
Joseph Shye, negro, "fceegson mur
der suspect, will be put through third
Jos. Lehmann, advertising man,
held up and robbed of $45 and gold
watch at Madison and Green sts.
Three suspects arrested.
Cora Olson, 24, 518 N. Central av.,
Austin, and Ole Heyen, 25, same ad
dress, struck and injured by auto of
Robt. Starmacke, 419 W. 22d st., as
they alighted from street car.
"Old Doc" Russell, alleged head of
clairvoyant trust, arrested and
made confession involving Barney
Bertsche, now under indictment.
L. S. Perkins, Eagle Butte, S. D.,
wjio was released by Judge Ma
honey after trying uicide, on his
promise not to repeat act, shot and
killed himself on board train at
Hastings, Minn.
A. J. Kramer, member of Grant
Park, 111., football team, died from in
juries received with game at Kan
kakee, 111.
May Walsh, young actress, 1249
Michigan av., suicide after Albert
Graham refused to marry he'r.
Six girls failed in attempted es
cape from Geneva State Home for
Girls. Arthur LeKaren arrested -As
John Silke, 3103 N. Kimball av.,
fell off moving street car. Skull frac
Cites. Somandres, 30, 765 W. Con
gress st., arrested on charge of
bringing Helen Polesky, 26, from Mil
waukee to Chicago for immoral pur
poses. Harry Murphy, 3041 Flournoy st.,
killed by B. & O. train in Homan av.
William Morris, 19, 5121 S. Morgan
st, stabbed and beaten by four men
who were later arrested.
Thirteen men and seven women
arrested in raids on 25 N. Morgan
st. and 938 W. Lake st Rose Cohen
and Annie Allen booked as keepers.
Six men arrested as gamblers in
Joseph Scharsoki's barber shop, 3292
S. Halsted st.
Charles M. Rau, missing business
agent of Steamfitters' Protective
Ass'n., is back at work.
Herman Knop, 52, 4615 S. Marsh
field W., shot and killed himself
after quarrel with wife.
Judge Mary Bartelme blames
amusement parks for cause of many
girls' downfall.
Mrs. Olag Johnson, 374-1 N. Kim
ball av., tried suicide by alcohol when
she saw detectives that had arrested
her husband week ago.
-. Russian commission here to study
jail system.
Judge Mahoney released five more
honor prisoners and declared that his
experiment had reduced number of
arrests 50 per cent.
Jacob Meisenhalter, 63, 1520 W.
72d St., found dead in gas-filled room.
City traction committee will take
up street car merger today.
Marie Colliers, nurse girl, wrongly
suspected of being leper, has disap
peared. . Suicide feared.
One man hurt in fire that destroyed
two-story building at 423 Sigel st.
$2,000 loss.
Dr. M. P. Boynton advocated teach
ing of sex hygiene.
Orlando Fuller, clerk, 1847 W. Ad
ams st, shot and wounded himself
in suicide effort. Wife won't live with
Alfred Hallman, 6910 Union av.,
had right foot cut off by Chicago &
Western Indiana freight train.
Safeblowers believed to have set
fire to Caxton Printing Ink plant,
1023 Crosby St. $75,000 loss.
Nine Chinese arrested when gam
bling squad raided 2121 Archer av.
John J. Hardy, city detective, raid
ed 112 N. Ann st, and found wife
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