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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 18, 1913, Image 5

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resolutions endorsing the action of
the C. F. of L.in putting the Hearst
papers on the unfair list. This comes
to The Day Book signed by Andjew
Kresamk, president, and L. B. Norris,
recording secretary.
CHICAGOBRIEFS
Elsie Eargany, domestic in home
of Chas. P. Maguire, 7667 Coles av.,
threw away her few hours' old baby
yesterday.. Its cries saved it. Thos.
Pawalski arrested as father of child.
His bride of few months fainted when
police told her why he was wanted.
Man took Stella Reischfeld, 17, to
Lyons Hotel, 11 North Clark St.,
Saturday night, turned on gas and
disappeared. Girl saved by pulmotor.
Joseph Thomas, negro, shot
through left shoulder by John Cloes,
negro, when he refused to pay for
drink he had ordered in Cloes' saloon
2777 South State st.
Chas Swift, 2451 Michigan av., ar
rested on charge of passing bogus
checks. Complaints signed by Harry
Vanderburgh, 4712 Calumet av., and
Marguerite Cordrey, 123 East Thirty
fifth St.
Frank Kinder, 948 West Thirty
fifth pi., died yesterday at People's
Hospital of burns suffered Saturday
in explosion of hot water tube in
Gottfried Brewery Co.'s plant, Alex
ander st. and Stewart av.
Progressives .of Chicago and Illi
nois will celebrate foundation of
party August 30 by great rally.
Senator Lewis has issued another
manifesto that niinoisans who wish
federal jobs will have to consult Gov.
Dunne and himself first.
The Tribune charges that State's
Attorney Maclay Hoyne has made an
inquiry into conduct of poilcemen
who failed to do duty when Tribune's
friends started a riot in Englewood
Christian church last Monday night.
Detectives Roth and Weisbaum of
Maxwell st. police station raided
gambling room in poolroom of Louis
Colvon, 648 Blue Island avenue,
Agnes Delfert, 16, 6323 South Hon
ore st, rescued from drowning at
Manhattan Beach, East 75th st and
lake, by Frank Engel, life saver.
Drunken man who tried to jump
overboard started panic on Steamer
City of Chicago while boat was on its
way from this city to eBnton Harbor.
John Goldspring, 69, 5143 South
Paulina St., employe of Armour &
Co., overcome by heat Saturday aft
ernoon, died today.
Wm. Sinda, cabinet maker, 2536
Cortland St., stabbed his wife and 8-year-old
daughter and slashed own
throat after quarrel today. He died.
Widow may recover. Girl not seri
ously injured.
Hayin Dobrin, wanted for swin
dling Morris, Mann & Reilly, jewelers,
111 South Fifth av., out of $10,000
by confidence game, brought back
from Baltimore. Had $13,500 when
arrested. Baltimore police wouldn't
give money to Chicago detectives.
Mrs, Mary R. White, 76, and grand
son Donald White,. 4, of Crystal Lake,
dying of bichloride of mercury
poisoning. Taken by mistake.
"R. S. Pohle took bichloride of mer
cury after wife, Ruth Pohle, 620 N.
Dearborn av., refused to be recon
ciled to him. Died.
Mamie Novatto, actress living at
Revere House, N. Clark and Michi
gan, swallowed bichloride of mercury
by mistake. Dying at Polyclinic Hos
pital. Woodlawn business men are ad
vertising for babies, and have even
contrived to induce flat owners, to in
sist on tenants having them.
John Kornacki jolted from picnic
hayrack wagon at Milwaukee and
Hutchinson avs. Run over. Killed.
Police searching for two robbers
who held up Spiro Kortos in his pool
room, 1546 W. 14th st, and escaped
with $10.
Lucy Derak, 6, 1447 W. 47th st.,
bruised on right leg and face when
struck by auto owned and driven by
Dr. T. Urawski, 4634 S. Ashland av.
Three witnesses failed to identify

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