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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 03, 1913, Image 8',
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ed the name of Lexington av. to
Dunmore av. Now he has to
change the name of church.
M. Seronk, 1608 W. 18th st.,
slipped on icy .sidewalk. Slightly
Wm. Kane, 1852 Blue Island
av., victim of icy sidewalk. Se
Carl Kyas, 76, 3534 Lexington
av., got sick on Harrison street
car. Died in drug store, 1159 W.
Van Buren st.
Two Chinese laundrymen were
found dead in their rooms, 252 W.
22d st. Gas. Accidental.
Speaker McKihley and Nat'l
Committeeman B o e s c h ehstein
left last night for Springfield.
Frank Kroening, 3509 Armi
tage av., fell down stairs. Frac
Jokers hung dummy up at
Gault ct. and W. Oak st. and shot
it full of bullets. Policeman,
thinking it was murder, turned in
riot call. Jokers escaped.
Case of chauffeurs' union
against wrecking crew of slug
gers said to have been hired by
Shaw Taxi Co. to beat up Mat
thew Klein set for Feb. 10 before
F. G. Nixon, 1009 W. Monroe
st., messenger for Adams Ex
press Co., held up and robbed of
$10 and key police said was to the
company's strong box. Company
said key was to clothes locker.
Robbers beat and robbed Chas.
Ecklund, first mate of steamer
City of Racine of $70 and dia
mond stickpin. Found four hours
later unconscious and one foot
frozen. Robbers escaped.
W. M. Rauscher, Hinsdale, 111.,
victim of pickpocket on West
Side street car. Escaped with $60
and railway ticket.
Burglars at home of S. M.
Weiner, 4734 Langley av. Fright
ened away without loot.
D. McCarthy, Cleveland, O., rf
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tured skull and loss of $(50. At
tacked by Jas. Murphy. Murphy
Jas. Brbadbest and Chas.
O'Brien arrested as alleged purse
Two robbers engaged Ludwig
Stade, owrie'r of saloon, 1483 Cly
bourri av., in conversation for Half
ah hour. A third gained entrance
through rear and escaped with
$300 worth of jewelry and cloth
ing. Paul Falluge, 337 N. Franklin
st., watchman, attacked and se
verely beaten by four men. Es
caped. Local police asked to search
for Miss Jessie C. Morgan, 18,
chorus girl, Kansas City, missing
since Jau. 25. Believed in hands
of "white slavers."
Six dives in segregated dis
trict of South Side raided. 29
Wfn. N. Fitz, 30, Conneirville,
Ind., missing. Police here asked
to search for him. r
"There's something in this
youngster I like," said the visitor,
who was trotting 4-year-old Wil
lie on his knees. Willie looked at
the visitor queerly for a moment,
then exclaimed : "Who told you I
swallowed a penny?"