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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 23, 1913, Image 5',
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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
George Haight, president of the
Anti-Hearst Trade Union League and
member of Pressmen's Union, leaves
tonight to attend convention of In
diana State Federation of Labor.
Mrs. Gertrude Cole, 4066 Kenmore
av., fell from third-story window.
John Nowzin, 38, 1129 5th av., Chi
cago "Heights, died after being hit by
pool cue in Geo. Rich's saloon, 223
7th st. Rich and his brother, Grant
Rich, under arrest.
Wm. Lee, 942 N. LaSalle st.,
painter, dropped dead while working
at 209 W. 63d st.
Mrs. L. Bra'ckett Bishop has start
ed petition for Mrs. Pankhurst's ad
mission to country.
A. Schneider and P. A. Staats, Oak
Park, thrown from 'buggy when horse
became frightened Hospital.
Pom Coffee, tailor, 2137 N. Cali
fornia av., beaten by three men at
Adams and Halsted sts.
Albert De Lorio, 1653 Grand av.,
stabbed himself 16 times and then
tried to run to hospital. Serious con
dition. Common law wife left him
and three children.
Woman giving name of Mrs. Ade
line Mayo, 5338 Blackstone av., ar
rested as alleged shoplifter by Ed
Police hunting for "Jocko" Briggs
in connection with murder and rob
bery at Mandel Bros.' barn.
High-priced corporation lawyers
are racking brains to find scheme to
.beat government's attempt to collect
Prof. A. . Munier has resigned job
on Lake Forest- University faculty
and gone into selling-peanuts.
Special 'Prosecutor John E. North
up predicts 700 indictments in next
few weeks in connection with ajleged
Neal Jeffery, 22,' son of John Jef
fery, Wealthy Glencoe man, fined
$20Q'for serious offense against Viola
Karpen, 18, domestic,
Studebaker Theater audience had
small fire scare during progress of
play last night.
250 people of all nations natural
ized last night.
Judge Gemmill declared himself as '
opposed to Judge. Mahoney's night
Lorimerites said-to be flirting with
regular Republican organization.
Cook County may establish its own
Montgomery Ward seriously hurt
by fall in his Highland Park home.
Mrs. Ida Thompson, 2729 Costello
av., walked in sleep. Fell two stories.
Erwin Mahoney, son Judge Ma
honey, fined $10 and costs for auto
Mrs. Mary Koziscki, 2958 S. Throop
st.,-shot and killed her husband, Wal
ter, after he attacked her.
A. Sheyn, 2047 Warren av., badly
hurt by big touring car. Car escaped
Herbert Quick, 60, cattleman,
Waterloo, la:., struck by train at 40th
st. and Laurel av. Leg gone.
Deputy Sheriff Pat Duffy saved two
women from runaway horse.
John Burke, 23, 4405 Harrison st.,
found dead. Asphyxiation.
Theo. C. Smith, 15, 4517 Sheridan
rd., struck by auto of John Hoeler
rich, 1623 Edgewater av.
Five men, believed drowned when
launch became disabled, rescued near
Michigan City, Ind.
Isabelle.Beragio, 13, 1341 Bismarck
pi., died from burns sustained while
playing with matches.
Andrew Klaburcara, East Chicago,
had his wife, Barbara, and his rival,"
Peter Linch, arrested.
Chas. Voss, 1701 Melrose st., sui
cide. Gas. Out of work. .
John Young, 1017 W. Congress st.,
tried suicide. Gas. Will recover.
Wife on a vacation. He's lonesome.
Pres. McCormick threatens'to dud-
lish names 'of '-wealthy people whd
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