Newspaper Page Text
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Burglar entered home of Mrs.
Grace Dyer, 3924 N. Clark st
She stabbed him With fork and
he left. Returned- They locked
door and called police." Arrested.
Capt Bernard Larson, Charles
Larson, brother, engineer, and
two unidentified members of crew
of tug "Wm. A. Fields" drowned
when iron ore carrier Geulder
crashed into it off Indiana Har
bor. It sank.
It took a wagon load of police
men from Hyde Park station to
arrest an owl. Several of them
were wounded by his beak.
Mrs. Anna Grabolsky, N.
Western and Kenilworth aves.,
struck by street car at Albion ave.
and N. Gark st. Seriously in
jured. "Corsets cause more complica
tions than a world of germs. If
you find a man or woman wear
ing one make them take it off."
Dr. A. Allen Josn.
E. O. Ebenholz, 1041 Oakdale
ave., and A. Nelson, 814 Bucking
ham pi., both severely injured
when auto of Wm. Christ, 1328
Melrose ave., struck their motor
cycle at Oakdale and Racine aves.
Ed J. Dunne, 26, 3221 Butler
St., conductor on street car, ar
rested on serious charge preferred
by Frances Thielen, 15, 3441 Cal
umet ave. Several other conduc
tors and a saloonkeeper have
"beat" it. They are charged with
same offense by her.
Robbers locked Ed Hirsch, bar
tender, and Wm. Webb, porter, in
rear room of saloon at 800 W.
Madison st, blew safe. Escaped
with $1,500 cash.
"75 per cent of souls born since
flood will go to Gehenna when the
world comes to an end in 1914."
Alfred L. Sealey, evangelist in
speech at Auditorium.
J. McKenna, 2309 W. 48th pi.,
and Wm. Michaels, 26, 8823 Col
fax ave., S. Chicago, in serious
condition as result of being stab
bed by beggar in front of Fayette
hotel, 628 W. Madison st He es
caped. Ida Oliver, housekeeper for B.
LaCloche, 5642 S. May st, miss
ing. Believed suicide. Part of
her clothing found on bank of
drainage canal at Western ave.
Mrs. J. P. Cody, 1154 W. Van
Buren st, fell from Kedzie ave.
car at W. Madison st Severely
Charles O'Brien, 5030 W. On
tario st, clerk, fell from Van
Buren st. car at S. Campbell. Se
riously injured. County hospital.
Mrs. Martha Bell, alias La
Forte, and Helen Stoner, both 37,
escaped from Martha Washing
ton Home. Police searching.
Michael Cotsie, 4716 S. Bish
op st, fell from crowded Halsted
st car at W. Polk st Seriously
Frank Yerin, 1215 Grace st,
and Louis Gruden, 1748 Clybourn
ave., both stabbed while fighting
over beer in home of J. Gerdin,
1212 Penn st.
J. H. Witter, 3 years chief pro
bation officer of Juvenile Courts