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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 24, 1913, Image 6',
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- NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO r
- Patrick Furlongj railway engineer,
6427 Langley av., stepped on wom
an's dress on "L" stairway. Fell.
Mrs. Anna Johnson, 3633 W- 51st
st., attacked, beateifand robbed of
80 cents by negro. Seriously injured.
A. S. Ackerman, 1958 Leland av.,
arrested, charged with forgery.
vMrs, P. Harrington, 34, and hus
band, 38, Victoria Hptel, 334 S". Clark
st, arrested, pharged with stealing
$80 from H. G.FjeldN. Hampton,
Overheated furnace caused $2,000
damage by fire-in All Saints' Cathe
dral, 2020 Lubeck st-
Fire of unknown origin caused
$500 loss in cigar store of Jacobson
& Sacks, 1453 Milwaukee av.
Cracksmen blew safe in ApolJo
Theater, 526 E. 47th st. $600.
Cracksmen entered 'Brand Bros
. meat market, 4042 Lincoln av.
Wheeled safe into garage in 'rear.
Used battery current to blow it Got
$159 and some checks. .
' Donald Causey, 3539 .Calumet av.,
victim of two negro hold-up men.
Beaten and robbed of $15 and gold
George Miller, 2438 W. Van Buren
s sCbeateir and robbed of "$5 and
watch by four men.
Killian Rueppell, -2058 Grand av.,
beaten and robbed of $5.
Chas. Patterson, 1211 S. State st,T
robbed of $16 by two negroes.
Samuel Frank, owner of restau
rant, 22 S. 5th av., victim of pick
Secretary of State W. J. Bryan will
spend tomorrow here on. way to
Washington from his home in Lin
Yesterday was the first time in 57
years that Easter came on 23d. J. J.
Kelley, coal merchant, 327 E. 67th st
celebrated his first real birthday. He
was born on Easter Sunday, 57"years
ago - .
Wm. Anderson, 69, 3458. McLean i
The play was not by any means '
brilliant and obviously the man was
bored. Suddenly he leaped to his feet
"I heard an alarm of fire," he said.
"I must-go and see where it is'
His wife, whose hearing was less
acute, made way for nm in silence,
and he disappeared..
"It wasn't a fire after all," he said,
on his return. i
"Nor- water either," said his wife,
coldly, with a-sniff,
Why is a baker a foolish man? Be-
cause he sells what he; needs
(kneads). 1 " t
av., dropped dead in- saloon at' 3958
Armitage av. Heart disease.
Thirty-two men arrested yesterday
at different places for gambling.
Felix Domanski accidentally dis
charged a revolver. Bullet nassed
through-his hand and into abdomen M
ramento av. Both in hospital.
A. Drummer, 9343 Manistee av.,
watchman for Belt By., found dead in
his shanty. Epileptic seizures.
W. Grey, 55, carpenter, found dead
in rooming house, 710 N. Clark st
Gas. Believed suicide. ,
Brena Gjnsburg, 17, declared in
sane at Detention Hospital last Fri
day, died at Dunning Hospital show
ing symptoms of pneumonia. Physi
cians refuse, to sign- death certificate.
Man.believed to. have been D. Brad- ,
ley,""peadler, 32 S. Desplaines st, kill
ed by Madison st. car.
Led Gold, 18, 2211 Potomac av.,
just arrived from Austria. Didn't
know how to turn out. gas. Blew it
James Washington, 1927 S. State
St., shot and seriously wounded by
unknown negro, who escaped.
Michael Simon Fewer, 1740 W.
Monroe st, saloonkeeper and politi---cian
in 18th ward for many years', is