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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 19, 1913, Image 27',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Alfred Mueller, 35, painter and
decorator, 211 E. 61st St., suicide.
Carlotta Noble, 2737 Washington
blvd., who sued Chris Cuneo for $50,
000, now bride of George Wolf, rub
ber salesman. Wolf ia son of Adam
Unidentified man about 45 killed"
by South Side elevated train at Thirty-fifth
stl station. Hit while climb
ing through tracks.
Mrs. Minnie Mayer, 2505 Logan
blvd., held up. Pocketbook taken.
Fainted. Three men on motorcycles
chased the robber. Escaped.
Albert E. Snyder, 24, 2535 W. Ad
ams st, shot twice by Robert M. lin
ger, 19, 2442 W. Adams st. Latter
became enraged when he; saw Snyder
and two companions talking to Ethel
Kidle, 18, 2515 W. Adams st linger
slapped Ethel. Snyder interfered.
Shooting followed. Unger arrested
by Detective P. Carroll.
Louis Paratto, 1227 Sinnott pi., hit
ing game at North Monticello and
While cleaning revolver Charles
Luke, 52, 11514 Front st, shot self
in right leg.
Alfred Mueller, artist, 211 E. Sixty
first st, suicided Sunday night in
home of Mrs. Elizabeth Murray, 211
E. Forty-seventh st. Mrs. Murray
had spurned him.
Burns from bonfire caused death
of Mary Wisnewski, 5, 8550 Esca
Men who gave following names
arrested Sunday night in raid, at Lin
coln Park, against mashers: Roy Se
coski, 3300 Southport av.; Frank Se
coski, 1362 Belmont av.; Henry Clau
sen, 1339 Otto st; Frank Bereither,
C334 Herndon st; David Williams,
2827 Sheridan rd.; Tuttle Sweeny,
3039 Lexington st, Albert Schwartz,
2478 N Clark St., and Chas. York,
2927 Burling st
Body of PauKMund, 14, 1307.CIy-l
bourn av., drowned in lake at foot of
E. Indiana st two weeks ago, recov
ered by life saving crew.
Joseph Schwartz, 2500 Lawrence
av., alleges conductor hit him with a
transfer punch when he alighted
from car. Says car started too soon
and he had grabbed signal cord.
Eight stitches taken in wound.
John O'Malley, 46, 5525 S. Green
st, dropped dead at W. Fiftieth and
Aberdeen sts. Sunday.
Mrs. Sigrfd Netterstrom, 851 Brad
ley pi., fought with robbers 'in front
of 1353 Wilson av. last night They
got 21. Victim's- face was cut
Frank Moheiser, 14, 1802 Besley
ct, dead. Result of wrestling last
Walter Hanna, 2940 Poplar av.,
probably mortally wounded in street
fight at W. 22d and S. Halsted. Rob
ert Scheffler, 3557 Emerald av., told
police gang had attacked him and he
fired three shots. Didn't know he had
hit anybody. Arrested.
Riot at dance at 1401 W. Superior
st started when John Cram, 3309 N.
41st av., stepped on toes of another.
Policemen Hugh Murray and 01af
Solbery badly beaten before dozen
officers responded to riot call. Five,
Sneak thief entered room of Louis
Sternheim, jewelry salesman , and
took package containing jewelry val
ued at $3,350.
Five boys arrested for swimming
in Calumet river. People who rode by '
in autos didn't like their nakedness
and protested. Hence the pinch.
Council will scrap over telephone
rate revision tonight
Hoyne tells the newspapers he will
now lay bare the connection between
Chicago cops and protected crime.
Michael J. Flanagan, salbbnist, ar
rested. Said to have handled money
stolen from Bank of Montreal's
branch at Westminster, 'B. C, Sep
tember, 1911. Wm. J. Lawler and
Charles O'Leary under arrjesfoxet-
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