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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 05, 1913, LAST EDITION, Image 4',
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to Sol Neuberger, manager Enter
prise Paint Co. of this city.
Robert Cousalos, 28 N. Halsted st.,
fought with Skaki Safit over Teresa
Schultz, bareback rider. All three ar
rested. Manny Abrahams buried in Waid
heim cemetery yesterday.
Mayor Harrison and County Judge
Owens have gone fishing in Wabasha
lake, Northern Minnesota.
Margaret George, 2, 733 LaSalle
av., died from eating sulphur from
Mrs. Olive Skauby, 17, who tried
suicide by taking bichloride of mer
cury In Grant Park, may recover.
Zino Sereno, 2, 905 W. Taylor st.,
fell from second floor. Killed.
Mildred Schachter, 4, 2136 Ever
green av., may die from playing with
Fire of unknown origin caused
$2,000 loss in American Typewriter
Exchange, 134 N. Dearborn st.
jonn n. jonnson, oz, inmate ot
Oak Forest Infirmary, suicide by
Father Michael J. Fitzsimmons
will celebrate his 25th anniversary as
pastor of Holy Name Cathedral to
morrow. Frank S. Wesley, Coventry, Mich.,
former inmate of Oak Park Infirm
ary, found unconscious in Jackson
Park. Died later. Hypodermic
syringe and two bottles were lying
Unidentified man drowned in lake
at foot of Illinois st
Three boy robbers took $410 from
Battalion Chief Egan while he slept
In Engine Co. 32 house at South
Water st. and Michigan av. Three
Miss Andre Guinon, 25, 1330 La
Salle av., dressmaker, drank carbolic
acid in Washington square, N. Clark
and Locust sts. Will recover.
Jerome Louis, Newark, O., struck
by Lake Shore train at Root st. Dead.
Aid, Chas. E. Merriam addressed
suffragist meeting at Jackson Park.
I Louis Hiken, 45, 122 W. Ohio st,
and his fiancee, Rose Schmidt, 25,
739 N. Clark st., struck by car near
Lincoln Park entrance. Will recover.
Hiram Weinstein, 40, 920 Lowell
place, died at County Hospital after
bottle had exploded at Fisher Soda
Water Co. and cut his neck.
Police searching for Lillian Lloyd,
17, 1832 Sedgewick st, who left home
Thursday morning after quarrel with
Police department won track meet
held at Grant Park from Fire depart
ment by score of 61 to 33.
Frank Lundquist, 5148 N. Clark,
st, street car conductor, seriously In
jured when his head struck elevated
George Warrington, 4226 Wash
ington blvd., arrested for annoying
girl while in bathing at Lincoln Park.
Lawrence Meyers, 22, Stag Hotel,
and Otto Lamprecht, 503 Wells st,,
arrested on charge of having taken
gold watch from George N. Fisher,
4618 Indiana av.
Body of woman taken from river
at Loomis st. identified as Mary Jan
eto, 1624 W. 19th st. Farewell note
Only one dead and nine injured in
"Sane Fourth" yesterday.
William Anders, 21, 1420 Irving
Park blvd., disappeared Tuesday
mgnt alter sweetneart naa rejected
him". Father fears suicide.
THE CINCY ICE FIGHT
Cincinnati, July 5. District phy
sicians, mothers with sick babies, in
valids and citizens in general will be
the witnesses for the city pf Cincin
nati in defending the seizure and
operation of ice plants which the ice
barons now are suing to enjoin.
All city-operated plants are, ex--
expected to manufacture at full ca
pacity Sunday and relieve the suffer
ing of the last terrible weeks.
The city has seized the auto ice
trucks of ,the ice barons to make
easier the delivery of ice to distribut