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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 15, 1913, NOON EDITION, Image 12',
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1349 Hastings st, lured into alley and
shot and severely wounded -by two
unidentified, men. He said they shot
him because lie was a Jew.
Miss Gail Myers, nurse in Health
Depfcr" discharged -1 by CiviL Service
Commission following, trial 'Charged
with insubordination' toward her su
Eight men arrested in two .gam
blihg raids 16th -floor of North
American building, 28-40 S. State st,
and 11 floor Morton 'building, 538 S
Mabel Dillon, 11, 539 Waller st.,
AuBtin, fdund smoking, cigaret Ques
tioned: Said lots .of her playmates
smoked them,, but she, wouldn't give
their names. Said -that - "Harry,"
owner of fruit stand :430 Park av.,
sold them to her. He. wasv fined J25".
Anna Xabelie, 3, 6828 S. Maple-
wood av., fell into tubof boiling,
water. Funeral Monday.
Floyd Miller, 2, Omaha, Neb.,
sentenced to two years in-prison- for
violation of. Mann white .slave act.
Confessed to taking a waitress from
here to Cleveland.
Robbers entered grocery store of
B. J. Coey, 3000 W. Van Buren st.
Miss Mae O'Brien, 2928 Armitage
av., clerk, threw a paperweight aJ
him. He's a good runner. f
W. J. Bryan will be here on March
25 to attend-meeting pf Union League
Club. "He will speak.
Harry Riley sentencedto .6 months
in Bridewell. Charged with picking
Mrs. Sophia Schmidt, 78, 1744 Bel
mont av., dropped dead. 'Heart fail
Frank Land, painter, 1828 N. Saw
yer av., suicide. Acid.
Jack Johnson- will be tried on
charge of violation of Mann white
slave act on May 5 and smuggling on
April 23. - '
David Pierce, 542 W. 58th st, vic
tim of hold-up men. v$20. Beaten.
Derby saved life of M. F. Hill, La
grange, HI., merchant Iron, drift pin
weighing a pound fell fromT.2th story'
of new building, hitting his derby.
-Knocked unconscious. Slightly hurt
The "movies" are gradually crowd
ing the. Wild West show and the cir
cus out of business according-to Col.
W. P. COdy .(Buffalo Bill), who ar
rived here yesterday.
B. J. Herber, farmer Fort.' Wayne,
Ind., victim of "penny matchers:" $25'
and draft for $500. ' , -
Robt M.-TJiomas, 19, 415 N. Tay
lor at.,, airestedf or forgery.
Burglars gqf jewelry worth. $150
from home of ,Mrs4. A. Scherer910
Webster av. - -
Wood Hoffman, Winnipeg, Can.,
victim of hold-up men. $500 in cash
andewelry worth $875.
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TO BE ROYAL BRIDEGROOM
Sr utes.ooo.c tnrosKMcaa
Prince Ernest of Cumberland, Who'll
Wed, the Kaiser's Only Daughter.
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Merchants- in cities of the Great
Lakes, where they've had a lovely
winter, are now advertising: "Straw
hats, snoTv shovels, anthracite and ice
cream at reducedvprices."