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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 06, 1913, Image 30',
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machine. Forgot current was turned
on and touched apparatus. Killed.
Fire in store of Moon Coffee and
Tea Company, 1726 S. Halsted st,
did $2,000 damage. Firemen rescued
family living over store.
William Kuszick, 14, who ran away
from home at 2626 Waller st. May
30, found at 12th st and Ogden av.
Taken home by police. His family
moved from Waller st two days ago.
Deputy Police Commissioner Funk
houser has barred all "silly" as well
as smut songs from theaters.
Body of Charles Kipley, 815 Wells
st, found in Lincoln Park lagoon
near high bridge. Supposed to have
committed suicide because of des
Duluth, Minn. With more than
1,500 men on strike, lumber mills in
West Duluth and West End shut
down. Want wage increase of 10
Aurora, III. Henry Johnson, re
tired contractor of St Charles, hung
himself from rafter in woodshed
after failing in attempt to murder his
Annapolis, Md. Secretary of the
Navy Daniels, in addressing the
graduating class of the naval acad
emy, advised the men to "stick in
the navy; teach the bluejackets;
don't touch liquor; keep clean of so
cial vice, and stamp out hazing by a
code of honor."
COOPER SWEARS IN SPECIAL
Judge Cooper swore in his special
grand jury today. Special State's
Attorney Northup at once took
charge of the jury.
Judge Cooper instructed them to
investigate election frauds, and to
accuse nobody through malice,
hatred or ill will, and to let nobody
escape through fear, favor or affection.
TITLE, CASTLE, ETC.
You have to be sorry for Miss
Marie Louise Freese, born to an ab
normally rich father and affianced to
a foreign title, whose wedding is
shortly to make Pacific coast society
stand upon its hind legs and quiver
Marie's young man is Prince Stan
islaus Sulkowski of Austria-Hungary,
who has a job as a lieutenant
and who is a second son underneath
an elder brother who holds by prim
ogeniture all the Sulkowskis have
that's worth having.
Papa August Freese, American
from Bremen, who has title to whole
counties of land in Mexico, mines,
etc., is tickled most to death and
will buy Stanislaus a castle and give
him a fat marriage settlement
Mamma Freese is also well pleased.
She is a Mexican, with special men
tion of Castilian descent There's
so much Jap, Chinese, Indian and
miscellany in Mexicans nowadays
that special mention of a strain from
Castile, if any, is a good thing for the
But we mention these matters
merely to" show that it is an ordinary
case of aspiring for title on the part
of good homely American people.
That which is most interesting is
Prince SulkowsM's estimate of
American girls. He says that Marie
is the ideal of American girls; that
"their beauty and dignity, then
splendid carriage and their knowl
edge of how to dress are not to be
I found among the girls of any other
part of the world.
Alas for poor Marie! Her old dad
from Bremen, hungry for title, and
her lover worshiping dignity, dress
and other things that won't stand
washing in the first real tests of life!
Those New Haven railroad field
marshals of finance borrowed money
at 6 per cent and paid 6 per cent
dividends. Called it "emergency"
money. No wonder people die, down
east, frQm. blowing out the gas,