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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 15, 1913, Image 3

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" ''None of these' tilings are true,"
she said. 'My husband was a home
loving man. It is true that we did
"not live together for, the last fiye
years ; that is, we did not sleep in.
the.same bed. But this is nothing. 'It
is an' outrage,, to connect my hus
band's name with the Frederickson
girl or any other girl.
Adolph aMrtin Fr.ederickson, fath
er of the Frederickson girl, is employ
ed as a watchman. He says he never
heard his girl mention Dietz name,
and tha,jhe was employed on the
night of the murder.,
A police order has gone out for
the, arrest' of a man j described .by
Mildred Anderson, 10 years old, who
lives at '728 Aldine avenue.. She says
that the man,. who appeared to her
like a Greek or an Italian, was hang
ing around the Dietz flat Friday
night.
A Greew who wrks at-the Manu
sos candy store has been summoned
to view-the -body of Dietz. He is- to
see if he-can identify it as that of an
elderly man who was seen with Dietz
on several occasions
A jurywas impanelled at? the Dietz
home this morning. The inquest was
continued untilt April 24 to give the
police a chance, to run down-the clues
now in their hands.'
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WHAT'S THE, USE?
COAL . THE
MAN L&V .ICEMAA
t
The open winter saved us coal.
Ah ! That was very nice.
But now the coin we put away
We'll have to spend for ice! ' -
. - - o o
Young Mr. -Sissy (to his pretty;
cousin): Lsay,. Maude, how did my
song, "JHomeJ Again From a Foreign
Shore," seem, to impress the con?
pany? Pretty Cousin Well, some of
them, Charley, looked as if they were
sorry that 'you ever came back. j
CHICAGOBRIER5
Burglars got $13 loot from honiQ
of Chester .Farone, 815 Sholte st.
'Unidentified man thrown from M.
F. Doyle saloon 2259 W.12th st.,
threw iron bolt through plate glass,
window. Escaped. .
Hugh Burns, Demotte, Ind., shot
his wife, Frank Parsons and attempt
ed suicide. Jealousy. All three se
verely wounded.
Thies J. Lefens, 2626 Michigan av,
prominent local business ' man, died-1
suddenly today. "
Robber attacked Mrs. W. Buck
land, 4615 fieacon st. Got purse con-
taining $450.
Frank Kaska, Jr., barber, stole
horse and buggy. v Hit by car while
owner waschaslng him. Frank Kas- '
ka, Sr., seriously hurt.-
Association of Commerce flood re
lief fund is now $329,823. ,
Edward Waltmacfe, 1901 N. 41st
ay., held up by daylight robbers $25.
Robert Hall, 2838 S. Dearborn st.;
bellboy; arrested, charged with taking
over $60 from rooms of two guests at
Del Prado Hotel. '
Miss Margaret B. Driscoll, 712 S.
Spaulding av., gave M. J. McBride.
pawn ticket and $150 to get diamond
ring for her. He is being searched for.
07 S. marshal went to serve war
rant on Wm. Dillon, 28, 2831 Shields .
av., at St. Bernard's hospital. Theft.
He died Sunday. "
Mrs. John Faithorn, 62, charity
work'er, died' at Metropole Hotel.
Pneumonia.
R. .Tapper, 69, 2 E. Ontario st.,
severely hurt by auto in loop. H.
Moore, chauffeur, arrested.
D.,M. Lee, 113 W. Michigan st.,.
thrown from express wagon when
car struck it. Left hip dislocated.
. John Olson, milk wagon driver,
seriously hurt. Runaway.
Police here searching for llucy Nel
son, 8, Union Hill, J. Disappeared '
while riding -on train from her;home.
to. Warrentown, Va.

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