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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 25, 1912, Image 7

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by jurors. 15th wedding anniver
sary. .
Fearing collision with car,
Mrs. Lillian Jaeger, 15831 W.
Dakin st., leaped frpm auto. Skull
fractured. May die.
Harry Karkowsky, young clerk
"beaten to death when he tried to
protect two girls from two mash
ersr at Southport and Belmont
aves.
Charles Miller, 4607 So. Her
mitage ave., crushed to death.
Machine at Swift & Co.'s sausage
factory.
350 kosher meat dealers closed
shops yesterday afternoon until
packers reduce prices.
Edward Schickey, bartender,
117 W. Indiana st., shot and kill
ed wife, 19, and self, in Brooks'
hotel, 1016 No. Clark. Jealousy.
Mrs. Wm. Murray, 462 W. 43rd
place, attempted to desert baby
and son, 5, in court of domestic
relations. Prevented by bailiff.
Win. Campbell, Ansonia, Conn.,
thrown from passenger train at
Hammond by two foreigners
after robbery. Both legs cut off.
John Fox, 5, 2164 Talman ave.,
bitten 20 times by supposedly
mad dog. St. Elizabeth's hos
pital. Dog killed.
"Affable stranger" borrowed
$100 from Samuel Ford, 50farm.
er, Sandusky, Mich., fn ''Great
Northern hotel. "Has any one
seen hinj?"
Mrs. Emma Harpole, 10046So.
Wood st., filed suit for 50 cents
against RotRschild & Co. Claims
she was "stung" on gloves.
Sigma Si sorority, composed of
students of St. James. Rpmatn
Catholic and Hyde Park high
schools will give their monthly
spread tomorrow.
To give spreads is about the
only reason so far discovered for
the existence of sororities.
Jos. Ginsburg, 4, "hitched" on
wagon, Washburne ave. and So.
Wood St. Killed.
Peter J. McCartney, 56, suicide.
Gas. Let note, naming pall-
bearers and providing each with -$10
for "good time."
Hugh Kellrier, vaudeville sin
ger, arrested. Bigamy. Mrs.
Mary Whiting Earheart, Chica
go, and Verna Peterson, Moline,
111., complainants.
Mrs. John C. Kuhns, 7120 Luel
la ave., compelled at point of gun
to assist burglar in robbing her.
flat. Took $10.
Paul' Studensky, aviator, nar
rowly escaped death when ma
chine after volplaning 4,000 feet,
crasheddnto fence at Cicero field.
A. T. Fortin, brakeman; 25,
9435 Burnside ave., killed. I. C. '
train.
Harry Novak, 24, who shot and
killed Mrs. Mary Grazus, 25, Dec.
SI, 19U, found guilty. Man
slaughter. Convention season about to
open in Chicago. 18 in June.
-Mrs. Anna Kohlmetz, 3830 No.
Lawndale ave., robbed of purse
containing 35 cents by two
youths at Addison st. and Cen
tral Park ave.
Sam Rosenberg, 17, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Hyman Rosenberg, 1243
California ave., disappeared Mon
day night.
Samuel Golden, 1502 W. Polk

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