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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 18, 1913, Image 3',
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WHAT. HAPPENED IN CHICAlb TODAY
Miss Agnes E.'-Yell, 537 N. Albany
av., wants police 'to 'find purse con
taining, small amount of money and
trinkets which she left on counter at
Hillman's Dept. store Saturday.
j Pbnane HakonerisKi, 1218 Has
tings "st.,. killed hy Pennsylvania
Ry. freight train.
Samuel Costell.o, 822; W. Polk st.,
stabbed- in neck during fight with. 2
men in. saloon at 22 S. Halsted st.
Hospital. Refused to talk.
Robbers in cigarstore of G. R.
Gifford,x34 N. Clark st. Got $100
worth of cigars and pipes. v
Adqlph Anderson, 42, 430 N.
Drake st, bitten by dog of J. King,
723 Drake st Dog arrested. Ander
son in hospital.
' Mrs". Doreita Plowmann, 36, 'found
dead, in bathroom of her apartment
in Eastwood hotel, 4644 1 .Sheridan
road: Heart disease.
Grocery store of Pecfro Silvestri,
1342 Larrabee st, made target for
bomb thrown by "black hand"' gang.
Six persona injured. Windows shat
tered, front of building wrecked and
occupants5- of rooms above store
thrown from bed. No arjests.
Police asked to search for Louise
Griesman, 12, 2005 Washburne av.,
who has been -missing froih hlr Jiome
since Monday morning. . .- .
Thief in .Desplajnes street police
station, courtroom .got package of
bills amounting, to $100 from the
desk of John Henry, chief clerk.
Wm. McCullough, 3534 Lexington
st, arrestedVfor- driving auto, while
- drunk.i'Discharged. Lack ,,of evi
dence. . .
Harry Bowers, assistant .ambu
lance physician" at South Clark.street
station, fell asleep in the hospital.
' there. Woke up and found -watch
Typhoid fever broke. out in Evans
ton.. Investigation l&ad to dairy of
' MattBrpsius. His .four children hadf
disease., He hid. the cows at brother's,
tome, BrpiheriTsted for. peddling ,
milk without license. Not decided'
what to do'with lie cows.
Paul Selby, 88,. veteran Illinois edi
tor, seriously ill at River Forest with"
Joseph Peterson, 3214 S. HalsteU
st, arrested. Charged with being
James Conway, pickpocket, arrest
ed. Walked into trap police had set
Capt. M. Kane appointed to suc
ceed Henry Sims deputy warden of
state penitentiary at Jdliet
Two masked robbers entered Home
of Mrs. Elizabeth- Sabellesser, 2037
Archer av., an aged crippled widow.
Beat and, tortured her almost to
death in attempt to get her money.
They got nothing. She's in serious
One million women, members of
General Federation of Women's
Clubs, to start a nation-wide cam
paign today to secure the retention
of Miss" Julia O. Lathrop of this city
as chief of Children's Bureau in
Carl Schultz, 80, janitor, 2202 Lar
abee. St., suicide. Despondent over,
death qf wife six month's ago.
Two cases 'of diphtheria placed un
der quarantine at Elgin State Hos-.
pital. Both women. "
Ed Mckinley, 14, 468 W. 28th st,
missing since Friday, has been found
in .Denver. Said he was kidnapped
by a negro and taken to Denver,
where, he escaped while 1n a res
George Hall, -insurance agent, ar-i
rested, charged with stealing a. suit
case from E. N. Getzler, New York.
Wm. Becker, 80 and wife Freder
icka, 72, 3723 Armour av., found un
conscious in their home. Gas. Re
- Man grabbed bank containing $4
rrom A. .Jones,, 13, b424 Grove av.
Mrs. Ulysses S. Grant, wife of
Northwestern University "prof," arid
chaperon, of a fraternity dnce, cnji
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