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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1913, Image 5

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CHICAGO NEWS IN BRIEF
Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul
prize train, the Olympian, left tracks
( at Mayfair last night. Cars did not
overturn. No one hurt.
Detectives found Lawrence Stortz,
demented, and six nude and half
starved children in house at 1401
Noble st. Mother in hospital.
Michael Harmong, 2536 Lowe av.,
fatally injured by fall from wagon.
Charles' Frederickson, 14 months,
4705 Milton pi., died from effects of
lye swallowed Aug. 6.
1,800 employes marched out of
building in perfect order when fire
attacked Hart, Schaffner & Marx
plant; 35 S. Market st. Small damage.
Mrs. Baba, 163 W. Ohio st., trailed
her husband all way from Persia and
had him arrested with another wo
man at 631 Wells st '
Bertam M. Winston appointed
member of Lincoln Park board.
Judge Sullivan issued injunction
restraining John Refakes, banker,
from renting his property at 18-24 E.
21s't st, for immoral purposes.
Cabarets and tangos will be ban
ished from cafes Aug. 30.
Pres. Thomas D. Knight, Progres
sive Club, has suggested to Guy
' Guernsey, president of Hamilton
Club, Republican, a series of de
viates between members of two clubs.
Lillian Thorsen, 11, 2652 N. Ked
zie av., knocked down and seriously
injured by auto believed to be owned
by E. C. Ecker of Chicago City Rail
ways Co. Crowd kept Ecker from
removing girl.
A. F. Leopold, official of Chicago
Electric Motor Co., arrested after he
had struck lumber wagon with auto
and seriously injured Albert Cook,
852 Simpson av., the driver.
Peter Wladarzyk, 1421 Emma st.,
who .struck and killed Chas. Geriba,
2024 Canalport av., Sunday morning,
held to grand jury for murder.
Fifty alleged gamblers arrested in
raid on poolroom at 1038 N. Clark st.
. Mrs. Lizzie Desamone, indicted on
murder charge in connection with
killing of James Acques, wealthy resr
taurant owner, released on $5,000
bonds.
Police Sergt. Bertram Cleghorn,
assigned to state's attorney's office,
promoted to lieutenantcy and sent to
Desplaines st. station
Amos McKee, 16, electrician, 437
Bowen av., rescued Bertha Carpen
ter, 18, 3944 Cortland st, and Gun
da Erickson, 1920 N. 40th av., from
drowning in lake at Montrose bathing
beach.
Famous Ghetto market on Jeffer
son st, between 12th and 14th sts.,
became a memory when police order
ed removal of all sidewalk stands.
Anthony Kwjalkowski, 8516 Buf
falo av., South Chicago, crushed to
death by steel mold at Illinois Steel
Co. plant
James Doty, structural steel
worker, fell 70 feet from steeple of
St. John's Lutheran Church. Merely
hurt his wrist.
Mrs. Chas. Ravelle, 1141 Wolfram
st, probably fatally shot whije walk
ing in woods near Duck Lake, Mich.
George Sibert, arrested for crime,
claims he thought he was shooting at
hawk.
John Mullen filed suit for $50,000
against State's Atty. Hoyne, Chief
McWeeny and six members of police
department. Alleges false arrest and
cruel treatment.
Mrs. Hilda Wolm, 437 Rush st.,
tried suicide by bichloride of mer
cury. Husband in Penna. state
prison. Tired of living. Will probably
die.
W. H. Shettler, Bloomington, III.,
is latest to claim estate of Wm. Hen
ry Lee, wealthy publisher. This
man says he's nephew.
An educated, full-blooded Choctaw
Indian is now registrar of the TJ. S.
treasury. Woodrow is bound to
recognize education wherever he
finds it

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