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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 01, 1913, Image 4

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VWSsOF Z7 CONCERNING lfIlCAGO:
115 of Sheel Metal Workers' Union.
Charged with assault and battery by
M. Silverman). 1362 S. Halsted St., .
business agent for rival organization,
the Independent Uiiion of Sheel Metal
Workers. J
Fred Schter, 23, 8837 Houstomav.,
killed when girder, being swun&lntb
place at 92d st. and Caramef av.,' hit
him.
' Dr. JrP. Buck, 57, 1161 La Salle
av cranked his, machine. It started,
throwing himthrough plate glass'
window. Severely hurt. '
. Harry' Meyers, alias Green, ancl
Chas. Kramer, alias Finkeistein, ar-V
rested as pickpockets after chase.
Albert Jacobson, 1805 Ogden av.,
brother of Oscar Jacobson, notorious x
pickpocket now in BridweU; arrested
on charge of larceny. Alleged to have
robbed R. G. Hill, 257 N. Francisco
av:, of $100 and railway ticket Money
and ticket were: found "on him.
Burglars in home of M, H. Spades,
444 Wrightwood av. Got $1,200 or
more worth of jewelry and silverware. .
W. R. Walters, 6748 Constance avV
fined $30 and costs for speeding.
J. R. Holby, Evanston, nabbed for
speeding;' Released when he proved
Bto'rk "visited, his home and he was
hurrying for medicine.
H. D. Long fined $15 on one, charge
of speeding and $20 on another.. r
Frederick -Irester fined $25 for .
speeding.
Paul Straus fined $15 for. speed
ing. -. Unknown aged woman killed by
C. & N. W. train at Park ay. crossing -
at Glehcoe.
Rosini.de Buono, 3, 914 W. Taylor
8t,.slightlyynjured when struck by
street car: M
-Miss Mary Neidner, 1639 Park av
severely hurt when struck by. buggy.
Miss Tonia Kronek, 1933 Blue Is
land av:, and A. Johnson, 415 Mil
waukee av., ljurt in auto accident
Henry -Siebrandt, 7503 Cornell av.,
killed by Chicago interurban car. ,
Mary Musio, 3, 5248 Calumet av.,
has been found. Wandered away from
home.
$25,000 Idss in fire infactory build
ing of FreedmanBros. & Co., 717-31
ATfltliQr st
, Michael' Lynch, 30, 440 W. 44th 'st.,
switchman C. J. Ry., killed while
switching trains.
Nicholas Lebaes, 4 months old,
Oshkosh, Wis., died in mother's arms
near here on G. T. Ry.
David Lewis, 36, and-wife Ida! 29,
and Bertha Tekplsky, 17, found un
conscious in beds" in gas-filled rooms
by watchman at 1758 S. Colman st,
Serious condition.
Unknown man found dead in front'
of 418 S. Clark st. Heart, disease..
Believed to be Michael Cudahy.
J. J. Campbell, owner- of Windsor
Park Academy,- 7750sBond av ar
raigned on charge 'of contributing to
delinquency of four boys and a girl.
Complainants said they were stripped
and whipped;
Dr. Mary Walker, suffragette who
wears' pants, asked Police Chief Mc
Weeny to discharge Patrolman John
Clancy, who arrested her sometime
ago for wearing men's attire.
Fred Thies, 35, 1328 Wells st, dis
charged when arraigned for setting
fire to building in which his wife and
child were sleeping Saturday night.
Dr. Alexandrovitch Wojciechowski,
3236 Emerald av., ex-surgeon in Rus
sian army, arrested while attempting
to pass worthlesscheckin salopn of
John Zilvitis, 841 W. 33d str Tden7
tified at station as paroled convict.
Robert Horwich, 14, 927 S.-'Paulina
st, stabbed in -side by penknife by a
stranger playmate. Young' assailant
escapedr-
Two boys, 12 and 14, confessed in
Juvenile Court that they put ties on
the C. .& A. tracks to see the train
leave the rails. Sent to St Charles.
Warrant issued for arrest, of J. J.
Ryan, business agent of,. Local No.
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