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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 12, 1912, Image 6',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
William Halpin, Carl Carlson,
William Johnson and John Sly
pavitch killed in dynamite ex
plosion at plant of" Aetna power
works, Aetna, Ind. Charles Smith
and John Johannason missing.
Many buildings demolished.
Fourteen men hurt. Explosion
occurred in packinghouse, where
dynamite was being put into car
tridges. Mrs. Ella Crawford, 45, 6240
Justine St., drowned her 9-year-old
daughter in a bathtub today
and then attempted suicide. Tried
to hang herself. Rope broke.
Cut herself with hatchet. Ger
man Deaconess hospital. Insane.
Three young children of John
Carls, 5950 S. Peoria 'st, over
come by gas; condition serious.
Young woman and man enter
ed room of Mrs. Margaret Pau
lette, 409 E. 39th street. Wo
man silenced Mrs. Paulette with
gun; man searched for money.
Benjamin Majchrowicz, Mil
waukee, told police he was forced
into doorway at Jefferson and
Madison sts. and robbed of $30.
Jack Johnson now under five in
dictments for white slavery. Gov
ernment continuing investiga
tion. More indictments likely.
Aggregate bail on each count
will make it impossible for John
son to get out of jail. Albert C.
Jones, cited for contempt because
he offered a worthless bond for
Johnson, secured continuance un
Sejrgt. Dennis McEnery Ey-
anston police, rescued negro por
ter overcome in fire in Evanston
Auditorium, 321-325 Davis st
Damage to building, $10,000.
Wilbur Glenn Voliva, leader of
the Dowieites at Zion City, pre
dicts world will come to end with
fall of Turkey. The "faithful"
and scoffers battled with clubs
and stones in streets of Zion yes
terday. Several bruised heads-resulted.
Cross Creek Coal Co. called to
answer a charge of selling coal ajf
short weight. Their excuse was
that the driver sold the coal for
liquor. Fined $25.
Mrs. Josephine Barnett,..-214
1 14th ave., Melrose Park, deaL
Joseph Kurek, 18, 1718 Ash
land ave., shot and seriously
wounded by John Cima, 1746'
Dickson st. Long standing quar
rel. "Criminal Insane and Their
Cure," was topic Chief Justice H.
Olson, Municipal Court, spoke on,
when he addressed Men's Club of
St. Peter's church in Butler Me-'
morial House, 3212 Evanston
Mrs. Elfa Beauchamp Poppas,
18, whose husband has just-left"
for Balkan war, arrested and held
to grand jury charged with steal
ing finery valued at $140 fjom
State street department store.
Chas. Moran and Michael Mc
Kevitt caught in act of ransack
ing home of F. B. DeForest, 1507
W. Congress st. Arrested.
' Jemiie Stahl, 16, 1412 Wash