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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 06, 1912, Image 23',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO"
David Henry, 9, 914 Lincoln sion of brain. Thrown from auto
av., run down by auto ot Uscar
' George, 536 Monadnock Bldg., at
Jackson and Wabash. Minor
Loberto Costagna, 1128 Milton
av., shot wife, Lucia, 29, and sis-ter-in-lawj
Sabastina Conti, 35,
because wife was giving money
to-latter. Both will live. Man es-
caped. v '
Unknown man dropped dead of
heart failure in hotel room, 632
S. State st. Had gone to hbtel
Fred D. MiHef, 34, 320 W. Kin
zie st, fell from second-story
window, 1010 S. Wabash av,, last
night Fractured ribs and con
Adam Bender, 14, 649 W. 12th
st., bitten on leg by dog.
Edward Digman, 39, 2228
Trumbull ave., patrolman Lawn
dale station, shot himself yester
day morning and died last night.
Despondent over sickness of him
self and wife.
" Theodore Dittlaf, teamster,
3842 Diversey ave., died, yester
day result of horse kick Received
Mrs. George Bernstein, 1023
So. Robeyst, shot husband twice.
'Claims he attempted to kill her
and revolver was discharged ac
cidentally. Bernstein may re
cover. Charles C, Hess, -commercial
traveler, 5701 Rosdale court, ar
retted in Toledo, charged with
Wm. Phillip, 9 days old, 1734
Ruber st, smothered to death in
cradle by "bed-clothes.
Frank Walsh, conductor,
Wenthworth ave. car, held up
and robbed of $35 on rear plat
form at 2 p. m. this morning by 3
men. 30 oassene-ers inside car
punaware of hold-up.
Ernest O. Wheelock, 1218 No.
State st, thrown from motor-f
cycle, suffered broken leg. Ma-V
chine for sale. '
J. E. Luetscher, 20, 1917 Estes
ave., fell from bicycle on Ridge
ave., Evaristbn. Skull fractured.
Found in streefby nuns.
Jacob Goodman, cigar dealer,
436 So. Clark ist, shot by would
be hold-up man early last even
ing. Will die. Kobber escaped:
through crowded street.
Mrs. Minnie Gunther Lass
2143 Pioneer st, Evanston, caus-f
ed arrest of sister, Miss Mary
Gunther, 2226 Payne st; on
charge of writing objectionable n
letter. Both loved .same man,
Fred Mester, 812v Hamlin st
Mester .chose Minnie and they
went to Iowa-to be married. Mary,
wrote letter accusing Fred of mis-
conduct with another girl.
Edward Swanson, 15, 859
Buckingham place, shoj: in leg
by Carl H- Lynger 3939 Evanston
ave, -while Swanson, and three
others were attempting to steal
bottle o"f milk from -Lynge's
aveG"diyeste?dafroni'Cohcus''-JosephrKIer, 13G0wSt iCharles
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W. G. Lloyd, jr., 4041 Prairie