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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 08, 1913, Image 6

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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Police responding to burglar alarm
at Dearborn and Chicago avs. were
made targets of by burglar who had
fled to roof. No. one-hurt. Burglar
escaped without loot.
John Guther,.667 Fay st., and Bar
ney Rabach, 619 Fay St., robbed of
80 cents by two men who were later
Mrs. L. B. Dixon, 1905 W. Lake st.,
seriously injured by Lake street car.
Hospital.
James Stephens,2256 Washburne
av., teamster, severely hurt in colli
sion between his wagon and a Van
Buren street car. Hospital.
Lloyd Simpson, advertising man,
arrested and finedfor speeding when
rushing cops out to capture1 auto
bandits. Sent bill for $15 to Chief
McWeeny for auto hire. Chief has
not decided to pay.
. Edward A. Schrieber, 4949 W. Hu
rfon St., found dead hi house after
fire had been put out. Died either
by fire, drowning or asphyxiation.
Dr. E. C. Miller, with offices in Chi
cago Savings Bank Building, arrested
charged with duping farmers on a
fake heart disease cure netting him
$30,000. -
Mrs. AlbertPalmer dying in hos
pital in Hammbnd, Ind. Caused, from
wondering why her husband doesn't'
come and see her. He is in jail at
Joliet on charge pf attacking his
daughter, 6. Mother does not know
of his arrest. ,
12 cases of smallpox found in fam
ily of Chas. Baldwin, 4828 ;W. Ful
ton st.
James Marek ironworker, fined
$100 and costs during strike at Otis
Elevator Co.'s plant in July, 1909, for
intimidating a worker. Found out
yesterday he had not yet paid the
fine. Sent .to House of Correction.
Mrs. Jennie Smith, 48.J615 Wells
st, shot and killed by Hugh Boehm,
54', widower, .2015 Clifton ay., in
Tooming house at 640 N. Clark st-Arrested-.
Tided suicide. Missed.
Revolver Peter Realt 30, -854 W.
Madison st., was carrying to pawn
shop went off in his pocket Dying.
Cubist coiffure is latest hairdress
ing art here. Looks like a square
doughnut. x
Mrs. Ur bally Holvay said it was
nothing for her husband ' to drink
three and one-half gallons of rum a
day. Wants divorce.
Miss Ida Terra, young circus acro
bat, fell from top of Coliseum before
eyes of 10,000 spectators. Slightly
injured.
F. W. Tutt, 60, 505 W. 79th st.f
suicide. Gas.
Mrs. Lucille Cameron Johnson,
White wife.of Jack Johnson is at Wes
ley Hospital. Operation may be per
formed. Condition not serious.
Michael Maloney, farm hand,
stricken with heart failure. Ran for
doctor. Died on the physician's steps.
Ethel Pien, 2, daughter of Chief
of Police Henry Pien, Melrose Park,
died of scarlet fever. His seven other
children have it. Family quarantined.
Joseph Berg, 628 Belmont av.,
driver of Chicago Ry. Co.'s street car
victim ambulance, arrested for speed
ing. Case continued to April 11.
O. W. Schnediger, 34, 1041 W;
Monroe st., seriously injured when
gas tank exploded" in plant of Walker
Vehicle Co., 215-1.7 S. Green st.
' A. Weiss & Co., owners of restau
rant,, 25 B. Randolph , st., fined $100
vand costs for" violation of ten-hour
law.
AFTER THE SWAT
ti all - 3s Look, uhe
By. Tom Jackson.
Spring is the time to swat the fly,
.And when you've swatted all,
Go -forth and make arrangements for
Jtfew" paper for the -walL '

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