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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 21, 1913, Image 6',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
J. McGinley, 911 N. 41st avM North av. Escaped with $40 and
conductor on W. Madison st.
car, severely hurt in wreck at
Chicago Ry. barn on W. Madison
St., near 40th av. Police receiv
ed no report of accident.
Ed Conroy, 2017 Washington
blvd., car repairer, seriously in
jured when he attempted to walk j
between moving L. & M. W.
Fire in rooming house of Mrs.
B. Yagew, 6310 Harvard av. $5,
000 loss. No one hurt. Overheat
Fire in liquor and grocery shop
2316 Wentworth av. One girl
fainted. No one hurt. $500 loss.
Man killed Sunday by N. Y.
C. & St. L. train identified as F.
Keim, 19, 13519 Superior st.
J. W. Scott, negro, stabbed
Sunday by J. Bolden, negro, 24,
in their rooming house, 1341 S.
State st., died today at St. Luke's
John Sinott, 1837 W. North
av., victim of 2 holdup men. 40
cents and gold watch. Beaten
and severely wounded with bot
tle. Unidentified woman victim of
hold-up man. Thrown into snow
drift. Escaped with her purse.
C. Kirby, 8 E. Illinois St., ar
rested as robber. Woman assist
ant being sought.
J. O'Malley, 153 E. Ontario St.,
arrested. Attempted to draw re
volver. Overpowered. Suspect
ed as robber.
Rubbers locked R. Peterson in
icebox of his saloon, 2424 W.
gold watch. Wife released him.
Wm. Smith jumped from third
floor of rooming house, 1351 S.
State st., to escape policeman.
Found unconscious. Accused of
stabbing H. Walker, 1514 S.
Mrs. Winifred Schnell, in
structor at Robert Morse School,
dead.. Pnuemonia. Funeral to
morrow from her home, 1431
No one hurt when Kenwood
"L" train struck Jackson Park
"L" train. I
L. H. Ronig, salesman, Kan
sas City, severely burned when
gas lamp in his private railway
car exploded. Hospital.
Supt. Ella Flagg Young says
that campaign against frats and
sororities is practically over. 110
pupils suspended from Lake
View and Hyde Park high
Bowman Dairy Co. horse ran
away. " Mounted Cop Thomas
Clark slightly bruised when he
fell from his own horse onto the
back of the runaway horse. Stop
ped it as it was dashing for a
dozen school children. Driver
arrested for leaving the animal
Paul Backmer, 6147 Chicago
av., held up and robbed by J.
Kossatoski, 1803 W. Chicago av.,
and J. Milkerson, 954 W. Ohio St.,
who were later arrested.
Burglars got through skylight
in People's store, 2329 Milwaukee
av. Got goods worth $1,000.