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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 16, 1913, Image 5

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News'w the day cdycbRNiNC Chicago-
International Association of Bridge
Harry Wilke, 26 years old, dropped
dead of, lieart failure in a poolroom
at Van 'Buren and Wood streets to
day:" Wilkie leaves a widow and one
child. i . ,
David Yom'an, 11 E. Indiana st,
stabbed and severely wounded by
fellow countryman whom Yoman
beat in a love affair. He escaped,
i Henry IVtarecjk, 4, Congress Park,
fell in.-clstern. yndertaker. .
Frank Noel, liveryman, Joliet, kill
ed by auto.
Joseph. Darr, 12, 827 N. Clark St.,
killed while roller skating by auto of
Municipal Judge J. A. Mahoney, 1426
Sherwin av. Mother prostrated.
Christ Tierson, 8012 Belmont av.,
seriously hurt by aufo
James-Smith, 15158 W.-Huron st.
climbed Electric light pole. Shocked.
Killed: ;
With' ar $1,341 contribution yester
days flood relief fund of Asso datura
of Commerce is now 331,164.
E. Hi Ross, 60,-. 263 Thatcher av.';
River Forest, dropped dead in his of
fice, 35 S. Dearborn st. Heart dis
ease. "
G. d Winfield arrested here. Want
ed in Texas for bank robbery. 1
Lucille Pillgren, 5, 942 Hope st, se
riously .injured by auto. '
John Neubauer, saloonkeeper, 4555
Wentworili ay., had David Burke, 18,
4535 Lowe av;, arrested for breaking
his window. t Burke said b,e broke it,
but Neubauer sold him, drink. Dis
charged. -Judge Ge'mmih issued war
rant for arrest of Neubauer for sell
ing boy liquor. r 7
Mayor Harrison revoked saloon li
censes of M. O'Connor, 2702 W. Divi
sion' st, who was fined $200 foral
lowing giri15, in his saloon, and that
otH. Kath and August Krue'ger, 140
W. Ontario s., for harboring women
of questionable character in their
saloon.' -
Inside Architectural Ornamental
Iron, Bronze, and Wire Workers'
locals Nos?432, 133 aha 134 of the
and Structural Bridge Workers, will
give annual party Saturday, night vat
muiLnwesi nan, zsux w. ixonn av.
"Bunny Hug" and other immoral
-dances barred.
Mrs.-Sarah B. Hanson, wife of. R.
V. Hanson,1 Pres. Chicago Men's
Specialty Co., 25 W. Adams st, ar
rested, charged -with defrauding per
sons through the mails. Husband
was arrested. Monday with George
McCaU.. -
E. A, Mix, 63, 1717 W. Madison st,
painter, suicide. Gun.. HI he'alth.
Anna Wolski, 5, 8714-. Mackinaw
av:, knocked .down and bitten by. dog.
Seriously wounded. Dog killed by
policeman.
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DENVER JAIL FILLED WITH I. W.
W. FREE SPEECH FIGHTERS
Denver, Colo., April 16. The Den
ver jail is being rapidly filled with
members of the L W. W., who are
being fined sums in police court
which they are unable to pay. Near
ly one hundred men have been locked
up, their sentences itf the majority of
cases being two months in jail. Each
man is charged with vagrancy. The
men denied the' charge, saying.-they
came here to work.
Hundreds of members of the or
ganization, are reported on the way
to Denver, but had not arrived this
afternoon. The invasion is a protest
against the denial of- free speech in
the streets. V . '
. FIRE D.OES $50,000 DAMAGE
Fire last night, which caused $50,
000 loss, threatened the destruction
of the Belvidere" apartments, south
west corner of. E. 31st street and Cot
tageGroye avenue.
Thirty families who Uvea in the
building were rescuedl The first start
ed in fruit store on the first floor. '
The "nickel-first" phone caused
the delay! of the call, for the fire de
partment v -

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