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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 27, 1913, Image 7',
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Chicago Eye and Ear hospital.
. $1,000 loss.
Herman Brown, 6, 1314 W.
14th St., severely hurt by street
Jacob Yokosky, 7, 1108 W. 14th
St., slightly bruised by street car.
Ed Sanford, 3949 Rhodes av.,
negro, and Robert Collender, 391 1
S. Wabash av., arrested as rob
bers. P. Roczinski, 8712 Mackinaw
av., and Vincent Krolkoski, 8714
Mackinaw av., severely injured
when unidentified chauffeur
drove auto on sidewalk at Supe
rior av. and E. 87th st. Driver be
Max Blaheim, 151 W. Erie St.,
baker, beaten unconscious by 3
. armed men. Escaped. Max taken
George Farnsworth, lumber
man, 87, 1421 Astor st., dead.
Rev. M. P. Boynton, pastor of
Lexington av. Baptist church,
says mayors who fail to enforce
law should be removed from of
fice and sentenced to 20 years
hard labor in prison.
Police searching for Hugh
Hines, 21, said to be son of weal
thy farmer, Evansville, Ind.,
missing since Saturday.
Andrew Keefe, peddler, fell
asleep in saloon 426 S. Clark st.
Dead when bartender tried to
J. Dunn, machinist, 1501
Dewey av., started fire by smok
ing in bed. Slightly burned."
Anton Poliment, Kenosha,
Wis., merchant, shot and severe
ly wounded by his cousin, D.
Poliment. Poliment arrested.
H. A. Christoffal, 30, 6582 El
lis av., laborer, killed by Cottage
Grove av. car.
HENCE THE EXPRESSION,
Milwaukee, Wis., Jan. 27.
John Michelson is the original
ivory skull, steel dome and bone
head. If he wasn't he would be
a dead man today.
John quarreled with his sweet
heart today. She couldn't see
John with a spyglass. John hand
ed out the usual "Good-bye, for
ever," conversation, and went to
his room to get his ' gun. John
was tired of life.
He found the gun, placed it
against his head and pulled the
trigger. His relatives called the
coroner. John was taken to the
morgue and a physician probed
for the bullet. The probe struck
something in the wound. The'
bullet, a .38 caliber, was found
just under the skin. In a mo
ment John "came to."
His only injury is a slight
scalp wound. The bullet was bad
o o -
Pass the championship for
meanness along to Oakland, Cal.
They've got a fellow in jail there
who, when his wife had only a
bottle of catsup and half a loaf of
stale bread in the house, tele
phoned her the menu of a fine din
ner he'd just eaten downtown.
Can you beat it?