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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 02, 1913, Image 5',
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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Four story brick building next to
the, main; office of the Sulzberger
Sons & Co.,. '41st st. and Ashland aw,
caught fire this afternoon. Fire
spreading, hi stock, yards district.
Stanley Ostrowski, 44, 1222 W. 22d
st, arrested, charged with burglary.
Carried burglar's jimmy. '
Three children rescued when fire
partly destroyed three frame build
ings, at 305, 307, 30? Root st. Origin
unknown. No one hurt; Heavy loss.
Fire caused $3,000 loss in 2-story
building, 10i24 Wabash av. Unknown
Michael. Radke, 60 tailor, found
dead in his rooming-house, 2328 Cor-,
.nelia st. Fractured skull.. Believed
robbery. . x
Alphonse Frpski, window washer,
761 Bunker st'., fell from 3d floor win
dow of R. Williamson. & Co. building,
609 W. Washington st. May die..
Three men and a woman arrested
in raid on house, 1304 Newberry av.
'Rosie Drain booked as keeper.
Two men arrested for robbing A.
" Goskel of $37 in saloon of John Lass,
1100 S. Canal st -.
Jacob Hodnick, 52, suicide in car-
S'age room of (Jrand Central station,
as. Homeless, friendless and broke.
Michael Burke, 38, and - Michael
Porack', 40, molders, killed in accident
at plant of American Brake Shoe and
Foundry Co., 4516 W. 26th st
Burglars got $1,000 loot from
-warehouse of A. C. M'cClurg & Co.
330 E. "Ohio st.
Nicholas Hendel, 17, 1921. Wel
'lingt'on av., shot and killed by Tred
Fleiner, 17, 1638 N. Halsted st Were
hunting. Fleiner arrested. Claimed
Sam Salvatore, Italian, believed to
be. "Black -Hand" lea"der, arrested
when he went to claim trunk that had
exploded last Friday in I., C. station.
George Kelley, baggage man, '1734 S.
Wabash av., is in. hospital in "serious"
condition as result of explosion.
Mighaer McCarty, 65, 26 E, s100h
st, killed by cinder dipper at I. C.
tracks and 96th st.
John T ulus, 45, seriously hurt by
B. & O. train.
John WaSikowski, 3011 W. 21st pl
broke leg four months ago. Tried to
'walk without crutches last night
Broke it again.
Mrs. Lillian Permont, 4781 S.
Turner av., severely hurt "by wagon.
Agnes Lepezsky, 16, domestic for
Mrs." Margaret Osness, 639 N. 47th
pi., arrested at home of an aunt, 1342
Ogden av. Alleged, to have stolen
$50 from Mrs.. Osness.
Wm. A. Nettleton, ex-supt. of R. I.
Ry.. hurt in auto accident, St. Luke's
B; R. Kayser, 45, arrested in Seat
tle for using mails to defraud. Want
'Lew Woods and wife, arrested in
Owosso, Mich., wanted here for bur
glary. John Christie, 40, 527 S. State st.,
beaten and robbed of $40 by armed
Mahomet Sabo, 30, severely hurt
when Struck on head with shovel
whilo rmarreling. with- three men.
Louis, BelL2642S. Sacramento av.f
being searched for by, police. Ac
cused of stealing $500 from his
father. Released from Bridewell two
Police' searching for Mary Korean,
15, 9115 Dobsbn av., who disappeared
from South Side "L" train while in
company of Mrs. Mary Brent, 2121
Sheffield av., representative of Cath
olic Women's League.
Vacant building, 116 S, Trumbull
av., partly destroyed by fire. Small,
loss. Believed started by youths cele
Fire in kitchen of Mansard Hotel,
853 E. 63d st. Guests left hotel; fear
ing flames would spread. Small loss.
James Fitzgerald, 10, 2845 W.
Jackson, blvd., arretted when he
tried to rent room at Garden, City