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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 10, 1913, Image 5',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO TODAY
Fire in building at 1337 Blue Is
land av. 2 children and 'their par
ents,'carried out unconscious. $1,000
Crossed electric wires caused 5,000
loss fiije in building at 214-216 N,
State jt t
Israel, Singer, carpenter,' 115 Max
well st," suicide. Gun.
Alfred Cross, who shot and killed
David Carter at home of Miss Ruth
Williamson, 14? W. 43d ,st, while
fighting over overcoat, was arrested
today. Resisted and was beaten un
conscious. Both negroes.
Christ Gust, 21, Commercial Hotel,
816 S. Wabash av., seriously hurt
by auto of Paul Armstrong, play
wright A. McCullough, 5621 S.
Michigan av., chauffeur, arrested.
E. W. Reed, saidito be son o,f weal
thy Boston auto man and well-known
college student, is under arrest at
Los Angeles. Is wanted here i charged
with, passing worthless check for
Newj building of steel and concrete
at Clay st and the river collapsed to
day. Frost $6,000 .loss. Property
of Texas Oil Co.
Mrs. Pauline Phillips, 3135 S. Park
av., leaped from third story window
of herhome. Killed.
Cracksmen blew safe, in saloon of
J. Hayden, 220 N. 5th av. 'Got $400.
Jas. Donahue, 2950 Harvar st., es
caped from Ward 4 on main floor of
County hospital. Suffering from
pleurisy.1 Arrested, in "L" station
later while causing disturbance. -,
Emily pietcholski, 2A months old,
134 23d t," found, dead in bed.
Therea Rotta, 3, 1628 Brigham pi.,
fell in tub of boijing water. Dead.
Harry Sandurs paraded streets in
woman's ;dress. Arrested.' Said he'd
been' to masquerade. - ,
Roy Tucker, 7248" Peoria st and
Jas. Boal, 7051 Union av.,, arrested
for speeding a horse.'
A Frish, W. Indiana and Wells sts.,
Jdlled by N. W.4rain-
" -Nicholas Parise, 837 Grant! ay,, vic
tim of two holdups. Got two other
men and gave-cliase. Frank-Rogers
arrested. ' " v
Chas. Saunders, 51, 416 Hart st
suicide. Razor. Cut throat Couldn't
" Henry Holmes, 1414 W. Ohio st.,
killed by train.
A. C. Wright, 42, 804 E. 64th st,
hit by auto. Severely hurt Hos
pital . , ; "
M. Nevoin, Brandon, Canada, vic
tim of "penny matching, sharks."
First won $15; then 'lost $677 ' "
Willard Holden,' Albuquerque, N.
M., victim of "penny matching
sharks." $95. ,
Many children saved by ladders in
fire 'in 2-story building, at. 4053-59
W. North av. No onejiurt $5i000
Richard Stein, 309 S. Peoria st,
answered knock at his door at. mid
night last night Unknown man a,Cr
cuse'd him of having ".Nellie" in his
room. He denied' it Man had a
knife. Stein, is in hospital. '
Fire destroyed grain elevator of
Michigan Central Ry., at EL -121st st
and S. Park av. v 13 freight", cars
filled, with grain, destroyed. $125,000
loss. . . ,
, Burglars in. flour store1 of 'E. -.'C.
Amling &.Cd., 68-70.E. Randolph st
Rifled 15- desks. Safe 'not touched.
J. W. Rau,-161 E. Ontario 'st,
robbed of $43 and watch by woman
in .Vancedor Hotel, 516 S. State.st
David Carter, .3806 La-- Salle st,
killed by A. Croft, 4940. Armour av.,
while fighting .over possession of
overcoat Gun. vBdth negroes.
Chas. Bareseyfr 1941 W. Ohio st.,
found dead in alley. Pneumonia.
Peter Hochgurtej, 1848 Sedgwick
st,, watchman for Bunge-Jones Coal
Co., 2045. Clybourn av., was bound,
gagged and laid near safe which was
charged with nitro-glycerin by 3 safe
blowers. They went outside to await
the. explosion Accident!?: jQcke4