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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 09, 1913, Image 6',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Andrew Krowerylk severely
injured by "L" train. Attempted
suicide. Will live.
Moved by reading impressive
Masonic memorial services for
him, W. E. Coman wrote lodge
that he was well, but wished he
could die to merit them.
Frank Kyne, waiter, got drunk
and mistook snow on roof of 4
story bldg. for his bed. Pedes
trians saw his feet hanging over.
Eugene Schenk, 3917 Grand
blvd., victim of auto bandits. $15
and stickpin worth $50.
Anthony Doha arrested by one
of the many bandit seekers.
Four autos filled with cops are
out searching for auto bandits
and other bad men. Carry guns
which look like cannons.
John Cramer, 6134 May st,
victim of auto bandits. Got $12.
If you see a taxi coming, duck.
They may shoot you by mistake
for auto bandit.
W. W. Winkfield, negro mes
senger who stole famous "Arch
bold letters" from Standard Oil
Co. files and sold them to repre
sentative of Willie Hearst, has
been arrested here after 4-months
W. H. Garrity, 27, 324 S. Win
chester av., fined $100 and costs
for sending in false fire alarms.
Son born to Mrs. Florence Pil
lar, 1735 Carroll av., while on way
to hospital in ambulance.
George Godding, 6232 Ingle
side av., engineer o ffirst pump
ing station here, is dying.
Jerome Dockery, 3, 2134 Ra
ff cine av.. died. Plaved with
Fred Klover, 52, 7004 S. Car
penter St., widower, suicide. Gas.
Peter Bartzen sued for $10,000 .
damages by Julius Blume, whom
he licked in a saloon some time- j
Anna Jarvis, 23, Rockville, Ind.,
arrested in raid on flat at 6200 S.
Halsted St., has been sent back
Aid. Tearney sued for $10,000
each by L. Lovett, reporter, and
H. P. Browne, photographer on
John Kpwalik, 626 Maxwell St.,
stabbed and severely wounded by
W. Kelmitz, 1358 S. Sangamon
st. Love affair.
Judgment granted against Cud
ahy Packing Co. for $35,000 in
behalf of Grand Trunk Ry.
Wm. Augler, 67, Bellevue, O.,
seriously injured by street car.
Fire in new bldg. at W. Kinzie
and N. Clark sts. Small damage.
Peter Jenson, 22, arrested after
his pal had shot and slightly
wounded Detective Griffin. Com
Miss Catherine McKinley, 4145
Sheridan road, knocked down and
robbed of $1.50 by robber.
rxciury dinpuen, iyto jayion l
bourn av., arrested as thieves.
J. Petterson, 332 N. Clark st.,
and J. J. Cafney, 2857 Archer av.,
arrested after they had robbed
and beaten J. Smith, 66 W. Van
Ten horses burned to death in