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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 25, 1913, Image 7',
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H. N. Murray, 32, 3821 Forrest
av., suicide. Gas. Despondent
over long illness.
Trial of Jack Johnson for viola
tion of Mann white slave act post
poned because of Johnosns ill
ness. Stella Wodalak, 14, 1724 W.
15th st., died at hospital. Was
struck and run over by wagon
driven by Frank Tlatrka, 2026 W.
19th st. When police went to ar
rest him they found him seriously
ill from brooding over the trag
edy of killing a girl.
Wm. Yost, 4011 S. State St.,
dead. Heart trouble.
$500 worth of jewelry stolen from
Mrs. Chas. Keyper, 420 E. 48th
st., while she was at Hotel La
Salle. Stephen Jennings, alias Chas.
Johnson, shot and killed by Emil
Junker, special policeman, 952
Center av., at C. & N. W. Ry.
yards. Junker says the man and
another were tsealing from a bag
Young girl giving name as An
na Kretchner, Columbus, O., ar
rested in front of Polk st. depot.
Robbers stripped auto-of Dr. E.
Rach, 5753 S. Morgan St., of tires
and rims while he was-- making
12 families driven out of 1227
W. Chicago av. by fire. Overheat
ed stove. $500 damage.
Jack Johnson still seriously sick
at his home, 3344 S. Wabash av.
Boy purse snatcher got purse
from Mrs. Josephine Berg, 4556
S. 5th av. $5.
According to report just issued
Chicago has 2,307,628 people in it.
And Chicago only has about 4,500
Mrs. Jane Rheubottom, 104, ne
gress, 7325" S. May St., ex-slave, is
Patrick O'Connell, 2049 W.
13th st., stabbed and seriously
wounded by "Michael Fogarty."'
Saloon quarrel. May die. Assail
Death penalty asked for Chas.
Cramer, alias Conway, circus
clown, and wife, Mrs. Lillian B.
Ryall-Conway, placed on trial for
murder of Sophia Singer, Balti
Raid on poolroom of Frank
Cochran, 109 S. Halsted st. Eight
arrested. Cochran booked on
charge of running disorderly
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