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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 21, 1913, Image 5',
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V WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Michael Potyn, 2, 3316 Fisk st., fell
into tub of toiling water last Wed
nesday. Died today. ,
Chas. Curtis, 45,' 1129 W. Wash
ington blvd., struck by Madison st.
car. Died at hospital.
Robbers got $15 from restaurant
of J. Efting, 1321 S. Michigan av.
Burglars got $500 worth of cloth
ing from .tailor shop of Herman Ole
nick, 130 S. Halsted st.
Burglars got clothing, jewelry and
silverware worth $250 from home of
J. Swanson, 1114 W. Harrison st.
' Cigars worth $100 were taken from
cigar store of M. J.1 Connolly, 417 S.
Halsted st. '
James Norton, arrested in flat run
by him at 2248, S. Wabasfh av., on
charge of pandering, -was today fined
$300 and costs and sentenced to six
months in Bridewell by Judge Scully.
Mrs:. M. Williams, '18 E. Chestnut
st.,' cashier at 1208 1 Michigan av.;
blown under a team of horses at N.
State and Randolph sts. Seriously in
jured. Large damage caused all 'over city
by 60-mile gale this' morning.' ,
John Frederico, 2626 W. Superior
st., blown from'tender of). C M. & St.
P. Ry.; engine. May die.'
' Barney Hart, 5926 S. Sangamon
St., drove .his team in front of street
car. Couldn't see on account of
The first annual ball of the Royal
Endeavor League will, be given at
Occidental Hall, Madison st. and Sac
ramento blvd., Saturday, March 29.
Music by Y. P. S. L. orchestra.'Souve
nirs. SThe Brotherhood Welfare Associa
tion will give a benefit entertainment
at! Hull House, April 2, for Chicago
Eleven girls arrested in rear of
saloon of Patrick Canary, 573 Wash
ington blvd Charged -with being in
mates of disorderly house'.
Miss Virginia Brooks and Miss
&argajet llajey jviU spea 9ft
Minimum Wage" at first meeting of
Oak Park Forum, tomorrow night in
Municipal building, 'Oak Park.
Genevieve Greenhall, 6 months,
2927 N. Kedzie av., fell from .baby
Chief Justice Olson of Municipal
"court sent bill to Springfield which
provides term of imprisonment for
anyone found' guilty of keeping house
of prostitution. Previous laws have
provided a fine.
Who said this was the first day .of
Two men entered saloon of J.
Mrowse, 4336 S. Marshfield 'av., and,
claiming to be health officers, ordered
Mrs. Anna Mrowse to sweep herside
walk or ,be arrested. She did. They
got, away with $400.
S. Messinger, 2057 Humboldt blvd.j
pres. Messinger's lunch rooms, and
two women and two men severely
hurt in auto crash.ih Humboldt park
Chas. Drectz, 7, 9026' Houston av.,
hit by auto. Internallyinjured.
'F. Erickson, 1739 N. 47th ct., rob
bed of $7 by pickpocket after fight in
a street car.
Freight valued at $25j000 was dam
aged in fire in freighthouse of A., T.
& S. Fe Ry., at 12th and S. State sts..
Mrs. Samuel Howard, 2313 Warren
av., fell to street when conductor
accidentally stepped on her dress.
J. T. Nolan, Norwood Park, fell on
sidewalk. May die.
John Kahlbackengineer, crushed
when two freight trains crashed head
on at 94th st. and the Belt Ry. tracks.
Francis Corrigan, 14, 3571,' Hum-boldt-av.,
fell from bicycle. Dead. ..
Unidentified man about 40 threw
himself under passenger train at S.
Albany av. and W. 42nd st. Suicide.
Chas. Scott, 1129 Washington
blvd., seriously hurt by Madison car
at Curtis st.
Mrs. N. J. Griffin, 3347 Calumet
av., .struggled. mtU fldgro purge.