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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 28, 1913, Image 31',
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Spaniel struck on head by blackjack,
and Friedman was stabbed several
times in back.
William Canwell, thought dead for
10 years, returned to Chicago. Has
become very wealthy in Alaska.
Unidentified man killed by train
near Spaulding, 111.
Elizabeth Falkenberg, 8, 832 Dear
born av., bitten by stray dog, which
later wits killed by policeman. ,
Rosalie M. Ladova, 1379 E. 57th
St., woman physician, arrested at
Jackson Park beach for bathing in
Stanley Verderka, 639 Noble St.,
killed when he fell from third-story
'Katherine Chorafc, 10, 8924 ;The
Strand, killed by auto driven by John
Donahue, 7612 The Strand.
Morris Rosen, merchant, 449 E.
45th St., flirted with with Edna Har
rison, chorus girl, 536 N. Clark st
She responded. Both arrested.
Forrest Lawrence killed near Chil
licothe, 111., when machine turned
turtle after collision with wagon.
Four others hurt.
City council will act tonight on
purchase of harbor site and reduc
. Oscar Heblung, Jr., 3612 N. Avers
av., drowned in Lake Geneva Sunday.
-Julius A. Goldberg of O'Connor &
Goldberg turned his auto over to
young man who called at his resi
dence, 5447 Sheridan rd., and said he
was from garage. Hasn't seen young
man or car since.
"Michael Meyers, 728 S. Marshfield
av., shot by unidentified man in fight
oyer card game. Police searching for
Twenty-eight Chinamen arrested
in two raids by McWeeny's squad.
One at 238 W. 22d St. and other at
658 S. Clark st.
Three inmates of Chicago State
Hospital at Dunning escaped. Be
lieved headed for Chicago.
-Four-year-old Italian boy found
wandering around Michigan av. and
Adams st. Relatives please call at S.
Clark st. station and collect
William McCoy, 8, 2531 N. Hamlin
av., killed when struck by baseball
while watching game at 2509 N.
Mrs. Elizabeth Eardley, 36, 18 W.
Indiana St., narrowely escaped in
jury when caught on Dearborn st.
jack-knife bridge while it was rais
ing. Nelson Ames, 45, 112 S. Morgan
st, badly burned when ammonia pipe
in W. J. Moxley butterine plant at 541
Randolph st exploded.
Kate Gongolia, 14, 413 N. Eliza
beth st, arrested while opening ice
box belonging' to John Murrin, 717 N.
May st Stole because she needed
something to eat
Girl, who gave her name as Geor
gia Boiler and then as Georgia Hars
land, jumped into lake at Ontario st
Fought men who rescued her. Away
from home and out of a job.
Wiliam D. Phillips, 6715 Michigan
av., seriously injured when head
struck bottom while diving in lake
at E. 75th st. Rescued by guard.
John O'Gara, 541 N. Hamlin av.,
shot and wounded during fight with
Charles Cox, 2059 W. Huron st, sa
Twenty-six persons reported miss
ing during last few days.
Lillian Sanderson, 6, daughter of
Seward Sanderson, farmer, Lee, 111.,
killed when father's car stalled In
front of Burlington train at Sugar
Grove, 111. Eight others badly hurt
RESIGNATION OF MRS. YOUNG
WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young's resigna
tion as superintendent of the Chicago
public schools will be rejected by an
overwhelming vote, according to a
poll of the board of education today.
Sixteen of the twenty-one mem
bers declared they would support a
resolution to refuse to accept the
resignation. Representatives of wo
men's clubs today asked Mayor Har
rison to appoint women to fill seven
vacancies soon to occur on the board.