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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 21, 1913, Image 3',
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be free. Hence my attempt to publish an adless daily newspaper that will
owe nothing at all to any individual in Chicago except the one cent he pays
for each copy of the paper; and that obligation is nothing more nor less
than to give him the truth in the news, and help hm to see things as they
THE WORllySNEWS IN BRIEF
Three safe blown open In office
of Newcomb-Macklih Co. and looted.
About $500 taken.
Jacob Anderson, 3657 Indiana ay.,
fell attemp'ting to board south-bound
Indiana av. car. Fractured skulL
Mrs. Carmelia Guirato, 842 S. Cen
ter av., struck by north-bound Cen
ter av. car. Fractured skulL
- A. H. Prairie, 4608 Prairie av.,
struck by south-bound Clark st car.
Frank Mustari, 11, 826 S. State st,
bitten on face by dog owned by M.
Pollett Believed disfigured for life.
Mrs. Sophia Kristo, 1051 W. Chi
cago av., admitted to "police she, stole
clothing from Lederer Bros.' nfer
chandise store for her children.
Mrs. Charlotte Bates, 1415 W.
Randolph st killed. Gas. Accident.
Ella Triner managed to marry Dr.
Frank Lagorio at St. Procopius
AT THE CONCERT
The trombone gave an awful blast
Right in the symphony.
The leadeY, he jumped three feet
A frightful man was he.
"Oxcuse me,'" said the trombone
"A horsefly is to blame.
He stood there on my music, but
u flayed Urn just; thrsmeV'
church while crowd of 5,000 stormed
doors. Emily Huggins, Lagorio's re
jected, did not attend.
State's Attorney Hoyne threatens
two detectives with indictment in
connection with his crime trust in
vestigation. Rev. Robert F. T. Milligan, 849 W.
Monroe st, arrested on complaint of
Alice Turrentine, 6926 Wentworth av.
Is said to have nine wives.
Monroe st, arrested of Alice Turren
tine, 6926 Wentworth av. Is said to
have nine wives.
James Fallen, 1372 Cornelia st,
snatched Mary Sudomski, 4, from in
front of moving Milwaukee av. car.
Josiah Brayshaw, 2017 E. 80th pi.,
arrested after he tried to pour hot
water down wife's back because din
ner table was turned round.
Mrs. Paul H. McClain granted di
vorce from superintendent of Pheoli
Manufacturing Co., by Judge Petit,
who characterized McClain as
Mrs. Mary Callahan, 2727 Bonfield
st, whose husband, John F. Callahan,
is serving sentence for drunkenness,
awarded $5,000 judgment against
four saloonkeepers for selling Calla
Chief McWeeny went back to work
Three men robbed John Krier, sa
loonkeeper, 2999 Lyman st, and two
patrons. Got away -with $55.
Robert D. Athey, former reporter,
who recently spent 24 hours in jail
for walking into grand jury room,
fined $10 and costs for disorderly
conduct on complaint of Mrs. Jessie
Hirsch, 5225 Prairie'av.
Isadore Goldstein, Bobby Busch
and Merle Kennedy, held at Detec
tive BjyHUn coajTectiori with jLogu.e.