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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 15, 1913, Image 6',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Two street cars crashed at Wash
ington and Dearborn sts. 200 pas
sengers thrownjnto panic. No one
Adam Morsebacker, 1001 Rush st,
arrested for driving his auto down
fer Center av. in zig-zag course.
Five men arrested tor following in
dependent Packing Co. wagon, cut
ting off large chunks of beef.
The Prohibitionists "will hold sev
eral street meetings this wook.
Price of milk going up this winter.
Harry Taylor, 15, 1626 N. Rich
mond St., caught between two autos
at W. North and N. Western avs. In
jured. Thief broke vindow of Frank Lor
enz, jewelry store, 2332 W. 12th St.,
and only stole few pairs of glasses.
Anton Chican, 2330 S. Albany av.,
badly hurt by street car at 22d st. and
Jacob sKuzinsky, 1356 Newberry
av., seriously injured when his bakery
wagon was hit by Halsted st car at
Boy born to Mrs. Rosie Schulkin,
3407"W. 13th pi., on 12th st. car. Both
Judge Clarence N. Goodwin, Su
perior Court, returned today after
trip abroad. Discussed court affairs.
Tony Bast a, 1710 N. Winchester
av., who was assaulted by gang of
hoodlums at Wabansia and Winches
ter av., after they insulted wife, died
Some of his friends have men
tioned Circuit Court Clerk John W.
Rainey for mayor. He's one of Sulli-
Philip Metra, 1814 N. Marshfield
av., whose skull was fractured try
ing to save 16-year-old brother from
gang of boys, is dead.
Gen. George C. Rogers, civil war
veteran, stricken with paralysis on
streetcar. Serious cpndition.
Otto Kloin, 679 Milwaukee av., hit
by stray bullet fired, by Anton An
dxescH, 8, 941 Pratt st
Detective Michaef Connors, Desr
plaines st. station, "badly injured when
he fell while chasing Garfield State
Bank robbery suspect.
W. H. Stone, 4629 Indiana av.,
president of Denionaia Cigar Co.,
robbed of $1,650 worth of diamonds
and $52 in cash by two armed men.
Thomas Waiczynski, 1239 N.
Hoyne av., killed by Milwaukee ay.
car at Wood st.
Spiritualists held meeting at Ma
sonic Temple last night and claimed
they got message from "Carter H.
Harris Levy, 5141. Lake Park av.,
robbed of $20 by pickpockets on Cot
tage Grove av.
Wm. Candrian, 3, 3209 N. Clark st,"
bitten by pet dog.
Archbishop J. E. Quigley denies he
wrote letter attacking tango.
Oscar Karockrum, 5601 S. Halsted
st, died after being crushed under
street car at 89th st and Stony Is
Sam Greenberg, 4759 Prairie av.,
and Mrs. Jennie Jones, 2243 Calumet
av., arrested for disorderly conduct
in Pompeiian Room, Congress Hotel.
Mrs. Mary Redfern, 37, 15 N. Ann
st, fell two stories. Seriously hurt.
Mrs. Mary Coffman, 1420 Union
St., accidentally shot in arm by Wn.
Purtell, 1628 Johnson st. Youth fled.
Police searching. ,
Henry Newman, 1246 Jackson
blvd., beaten and robbed of $9 by
Four men escaped Rockford Coun
ty jail. Believed headed for Chicago".
$1,000 worth of presents stolen
while Morris Weisberg and Nellie
Shapiro were being- married in Con
gregation Ohano Scolon synagogue',
710 S. Ashland av.
Police still up in air as to who rob
bed Garfield State Bank messenger
boy. Nine suspects freed.
Sen. A.'C. Clark", Republican, and
Chas. Moderwell, Pragressiye, may
be their party nominees for county