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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 18, 1913, Image 7',
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by coroners jury at inquest over
body of H. Lippert, 1120 W. 61st
st., who was struck and killed by
auto Maronde was driving. Auto
was owned by Stromberg Motor
Device Co., 64 E. 25th St.
Mrs. Frances Cline wants di-
l'nrrp frrm P f"1in mrirrr Hpr.
born Film Co. Charges unfaith
Fire in dept. store of Moeller
Bros., 1272-76 Milwaukee av.
$50,000 loss. Police were ''watch
ing the place." Second fire in two
weeks. Mandel Cloak Co., next
door, damaged by smoke. $10,
Wm. O'Connor, 1206 Grace St.,
and W. Degman, 1224 Otto st.,
fined $200 and costs each on
charges preferred by Rose Claus
en, 17, and Ella Dumke, 16. Mrs.
A. NiehorT, charged with harbor
ing the girls, held to grand jury.
N. S. Gutman, 4510 Grand
blvd., declared insane by insane
Luck Carboneau, 718 W. Van
Buren st., dead. Burns received
Mrs. Mary Cary, 26, 2779 Os
good st., suicide. Gas. "Tired of
Smallpox broken out. of several
farms near Elgin. Hundreds of
gallons of milk being fed to pigs.
Wm. and Chas. McCloskey,
841 Cass st., arrested, pending in
vestigation of death ,of Miss Gen
evieve Cqppo, waitress, who died
at County hospital of gas poison
ing. Bruises found on her body.
Thirty cases of diphtheria, 63
cases scarlet fever and 104 cases
of measles reported yesterday.
N. Y. GANGLAND USING
THE SILENT RIFLE
New York, Feb. 18. Gangland
has discovered the value1 of a
Maxim silencer on a rifle.
In a crowded street today,
Tony Vivola, East Side Apache,
and John Russomanno, saloon
keeper, tfere shot, and not one
soul in the street heard a. report.
Yivola was killed; Russomanno
badly wounded. At the hospital
Russomanno told the police that
he had seen his assailant firing at
Yivola and himself with a rifle
that "made flashes, but no noise."
The shooting is purely one of
revenge. Two months ago Rus
somanno, in self defense, shot and
killed Annelto Prisco, a notorious
As for Yivola he was just un
lucky. Russomanno hired h'im as
a body guard after the killing of
War was declared in the 20th
Ward last night , when a bomb
was exploded outside the saloon
of Manny Abrahams, Lorimerite
and Hearst-Harrisor candidate
Abrahams' saloon is located at
12th and Sangamon streets,
across from the Maxwell street
police station. Six months ago a
bomb was exploded at the side
door of the saloon.
Bar fixtures were broken, win
dows in a number of flats over the
saloon were shattered and a build
ing across the street was slightly
damaged last night. Xo one was
injured, but residents of the.