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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 03, 1913, FINAL EDITION, Image 8',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO ' 1
when the machine
James E. Flynn, 34, salesman, 5526
Prairie av., suicide. Gas. Out of work.
W. H. Brown, 21, 5122 Sophia st,
killed by C, M. & St P. train at
S. Sternheim, 43, Davenport, la.,
merchant, struck by plant that fell
from upper floor of building, 127 N.
Market st Seriously injured.
Thirty thousand dollars loss when
fire attacked Cook's Linoleum Co.,
1444 Hawthorne av. Spontaneous
Bert Spencer, convicted pick
pocket, escaped fronj the bullpen to
day and still is at liberty.
"Jack" Johnson dismissed in muni
clpal speeder's court late yesterday
after he paid $2 costs and had pur
chased owner's hcense for his auto.
Was arrested several days ago.
Mrs. Anna Arrandt leaned from
window in home of Mrs. Mary Czha
hnski, 1411 Emma st, for fresh air.
Fell. Fatally hurt
$100,000 loss in fire on northwest
corner N. Michigan av. and E. South
Water st, 4-story building occupied
by Sherman Bros., tea, coffee and
An unknown drunken cop had
time of his life yesterday keeping
away from the whole loop' police
force. Phone call lo station said he
was lying in doorway. When patrol
arrived he had beat it No one was
able to get his number. Believed to
have been from a north side station.
Miss Maude O'Brien, 5500 S. State
st, entered Englewood poliee 'Station
carrying package of chewing gum,
bunch of violets and a frog which
she said she wanted to give to John
McGuire "the nicest man she ever
saw." Frog got loose and spilled ink
all over tie sergeant's reports. She
was locked up. Question as to her
F. J. Hunklei, Jr., 705 W. North
av., seriously hurt and Miss Luella
Lichael. 1973 N. Halsted st, riding
Major Funkhouser, second deputv
Lsuperintendent of police, is td get a
The Chicago Cooks' and Pastry
Cooks' Union, Local 865, will give
their grand May party and one-day-rest-in-seven
dance tonight at East
End Hall, Clark and Erie sts.
Marriage of George S. Thompson,
44, negro, accused on inducing Em
ma Hansen, 16, to go to Niles, Mich.,
January 13, has been annulled. He
is in Jail facing serious charges un-
P okiinl Da.aUaI nA n, aI-
Hotel, 4700 Evanstdn av.. arrested
charged with passing worthless
checks, inherited $50,000 two years
Everett Patten, 5310 Wayne av.,
seriously hurt by car.
The Day Book wishes to correct
a brief in last night's paper about a
Patrick Gunkel, 19j 1759 W. 12th st,
being arrested while in act of holding
up A. Frapersten, 1327 N. Oaklev
blvd. Gunkel was arrested when he
appeared at a police station to bail
jbut a friend of his and was at work
at the time of the holdup.
Louis Krauthahn, 43, saloonkeeper,
1891 Maud av., missing. Had $500
with him. Police searching.
Temperature was at 85 degrees for
about an hour yesterday. Some hot
Spoons of Rothschild Bros., 641
W. "Madison st; Harry Frank, 569 W.
Madison st; Kaplan Bros., 571 w.
Madison St., and A. Davidson, 619 w!
Madison st, raided. 40 men arrest
ed. Charged with disorderly con
duct. Robert O'Neil, 24, 432 Englewood
av., mistook poison for headache
Local union No. $5 of I. W. W.
barred from giving dance at 760 Mil
waukee av. tonight Asserted they
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