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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 18, 1913, Image 4',
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to even 'worse conditions-
For never yej. was a vampire whose
lust did not grow the greedier and
whose power did-not grow greater the v
more it was permitted to batten on its
WHAT HAPPENED, IN CHICAGO TODAY ;
Carmelo Musso,-2338 West North
av., choked to death von raw pork
Four men beat and robbed Max
Banks, 751 South Robey st, at W.
12th and Francisco' av. Watch and
Axel Peterson, vest manufacturer,
routed burglar from his home, 2438
N. Mozart st. Chased him five blocks.
John Smith, 10, 727 W. Jackson
blvd., bitten by dog. Wound was cau
terized. Winifred Delia, 1723 Warren av.,
arreste'd when she couldn't pay taxi
fare after hiring cab because ankle
John Majernik, garbed like "Sep
tember Morn," ran through streets
for half hour while police chased him.
Five-weeks-old girl found at Ful
ton st and Milwaukee av., guarded by
a dog. St. Vincent's Orphan Asylum.
Emil Meyer, 26, 1633 Artesian av.,
Mrs. Helen M. Pease, 6542 Wood
lawn av., victim of purse snatcher."
i W. Jenkins, 726 S. Canal st, held
.Godfrey Grupe, 65, civil war vet
eran, Park Ridge, dead. Razor and
. Thief in office of A. B. Hall, Old
Colony bldg. $10 in stamps.
Dr. J. A. Wood, 4803 W. Madison
st,.and L. B. .Simon, 1264 Leland av.,
in, head-on auto collision. Severely
Herman Liebman, 85, widower,
1415 Austin av., suicide. Gun.
Oscar Hotly, West Park cop, 36 S.
Ashland blvd., hurt; when his motor
cycle hit wagon.
.Henry Neiderlink, 71, 1835 W. 12th
st," .seriously Injured and five others
hurt in auto crash. E. Casey, 3233
W. Madison st, broker, arrested!
Fritz Wagner, 56, suicide at4his
barber shop, 1712 Clybourn av. Gas.
H. Carlstrum, 4836 W. Erie st, and
P. Pintozzi, 1002 S. State st, hurt by
auto" of jT M. Goldsmith.
Harry Holmes, 14, 1104 Sedgwick
st., severely hurt by auto of E. Kahn .
Mr. and Mrs. J. DeKoven Bowen '
and litter's mother, Mrs. L. Stevens, '
being sued for $15,000 slander by "
Emily Munsen, ex-employe 'of their,
Man believed to be Frank Bau
mann attempted suicide at Lincoln
and'.Bryn Mawr avs. Acid. May die.-
Wm. McGill, 30, 2040 Flournoy st.,
laborer, killed by street car.
Jack Johnson, black husband of
white wife, being sued for $400 by
J. J. Loughlin & Co., plumbers. He is
joint defendant in .suit against G.
Heilman Brewing Co.
Mrs. Helen Hastings, 25, 1911 W.
Congress st, suicide. Gas.
$800 stolen from M. Spirolojs, ped
dler, 446 E. 40th st, while- he was
Load of lumber fell in" yards of
American-Car and Foundry Co. Two
John Casacas, 452 W. Huron st,
shpged.and fell in river. Saved by
Policeman Wm. Burke.
John Smith, 45, laborer, 7086 S.
Chicago av., attempted suicide. Gas.
Yesterday's contribution of $102
raised the. Association, of Commerce
floqdrelief fund to $331,758.
Mrs. Josephine Yeaman, 4060 -Sheridan
road, held. up. $550 worth '
?of jewelry, $13 and handbag. '.
Herman Ereletz, 16, 122 Belvidere"
st, Forest Park, " touched charged'
lecttic. pole. Electrocuted. '.