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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 15, 1913, Image 7',
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Greek draperies and. Greek, archi
tecture for memorial of Abraham
Lincoln, as typical American,
was made at Illinois Chapter,
American Institute of Architects.
Three men severely burned in
gas explosion in tunnel 50 feet
underground at 72nd 1st. and Cot
tage Grove av., connecting South
Park powerhouse with the city
water tunnel. Caused by man
Ed Brown, alleged pickpocket,
was discharged. Smiled at his
mother. "$50 and costs, or 113
days in Bridewell. You almost
fooled the court," said the judge.
He went to Bridewell.
3,300 Evanston school children
must be vaccinated before Fri
day or quit going to school, fol
lowing the illness of Miss P.
Howe; teacher, with smallpox.
Two men attempted to hold up
Mrs. A. Jensen, 6141 S. Justine
' st. Mrs. A. Larson, her daughter,
"fought them off. They fled coat
less and with badly torn faces.
She used her finger nails and a
Mather McTice, 3061 E. 92nd
St., victim hold-up men. $7.50.
A. Carlson, 1217 N. Artesian
"av., victim of 2 negro hold-ups.
i A. S. Aitken, 5653 Calumet av.,
victim of lone bandit. Gold
watch and chain.
Jack Johnson was honored
with a bunk in the County Jail
John Mackey, tailor, 35 Laflin
st., victim of icy sidewalk. Coun
' ty Hospital.
Andrew Priett, 35, 870 N.
Franklin st, painter, arrested and
confessed killing A. Thomas, 35,
found dead in pool hall of J. J.
Walker, 866 Orleans St., Satur
day night. Charged with murder.
Major John McDermott, 80,
925 Irving Park blvd., dead.
E. M. Neilson, 1906 N. Kedzie
av., severely hurt by auto.
Jos. Stipek, 24, 2659 Trumbull
av., suicide. Gun.
Col. Ben Gifford, owner of C. &
W. Ry., stricken with paralysis.
Ed Raymond, . 28, actor, ar
raigned, charged with carrying
concealed weapons. Court found
it was a toy pistol he used on
stage. Case continued.
Walter McGuire, 15, 2310 S.
Robey st., charged with mistreat
ing Katherine Paulowsky, 4,
turned over to juvenile court fol
lowing charges made by girl's
mother. Child is under care of
James Domeneke, 137 W. Illi
nois St., robbed of $82 by woman
and "giant strangler."
Burglars entered home of Har
ry Rosenwerg, 1216 N. Irving av.
Four passengers, one a police
man, severely hurt when brushed
off rear end of street car by coal
"Why, Jimmie, is it true you
gave little Bobbie a black eye?"
"Y-yessum." "What excuse have
you for such a brutal act?"
"W-well, he provoked me." "How
did he provoke you ?" "He hit me