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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 10, 1913, Image 6

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Bosenwald, gave some of papa's coin
back to people yesterday when be
was fined 525 by Judge Fry for
speeding.
Chicago & Northwestern switch
engine crashed into wagon owned by
McNally Teaming Go., at Canal st.
grade crossing. T. Horner, driver,
Injured.
Fred Mellen, 7, 1635 N. California
av., struck by car in front of home.
Badly injured.
Mary Piper, 5301 Center av., struck
by street car. Head cut
prank H. Bauers, who formerly
liyed at 441 W. Madison st, killed by
gas in Ontario Hotel. Believed sui
cide. Joseph Makosz, 3, 2339 S. Sacra
mento blvd., fell from fourth story
window. Killed.
John Prohl, Hammond, Ind., con
tractor, struck pole with auto trying
to avoid collision with train. Thrown
under wheels. Killed.
Hammond police mystified by
drowning of well-dressed Chicago
woman,-about 30, and disappearance
of man who was rowing with her.
Adolph and Frank Nehrkorn, Chi
cago's latest boy burglars, taken
around town with police in auto,
pointed out 19 places they had
robbed.
Burglars got more than $500 and
several valuables from offices of
Houghton, Mifflin & Co., 8th floor
629 S. Wabash av.
LABOR LEADER MISSING
Floyd Russell, 32, Hammond, Ind.,'
vice president of Painters' Union,
Local No. 460, is mysteriously miss
ings He came to Chicago Saturday to
attend the ball game and to meet
several other labor leaders. He has
not been heard from since. His wife
fears he may have been murdered.
Health statistics show that in 30
years past the death rate of infants
has decreased, buj that of- middle
aged increased.
I swore that I had conqueror
The mountain's mighty s
The grandeur and the beauty
Wherein I used to dwell
Could bold my heart no longc
"And this," said I, "is well."
I entered in the city
Where millions dream and moil,
To bear my share of battle,
To take my meed of toil,
To storm the heights of glory
And gain the goodly spoil.
I felt the city's glamor,
Its mirth and misery.
I clean forgot the-mountains
Where life ran clean and free,
Till, through my-open window
The west wind called to .me.
It whispered of the gorges,
The peaks as white as foam, t
The trails along the ledges
Where I was wont to roam
The west wind came and calTed me,
And I am going home !
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CHARLTON TO BE EXTRADITED
Washington, June 10, Porter
Charlton, boy wife murderer, must
bg extradited to Italy and stand trial
for killing Mary Scott Castle Charjn
ton, at Lake Como, Italy, three years
ago. '
This was the decision of the Su
preme Court today in affirming the
decree of New Jersey courts sustain
ing Charlton's habeas corpuB suit.
-The decision came just three years
to a day from the time the body of
Mrs. Charlton was taken from Lake
Como-in the trunk into, which young
Charlton put it, following the mur
der. '
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