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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 29, 1913, Image 5',
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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
' May De Sousa, young Chicago act
ress, bankrupt. Owes nearly $12,
000. John Nickells, 338 S. Leavitt st,
badly hurt by auto of Alex. Marik,
429 S. Leavitt st.
Unidentified woman, about 55,
picked up unconscious at O'Neil and
Fire attacked Fred G. Clark oil
factory, 1031-43 W. 37th st. $50,000
Eugene Thorndale, 17, cripple, 503
N. Clark st., badly hurt when his
Edw. Horan, 937 W. Van Buren st.,
accidentally overcome by gas. Re
vived. Chas. Townsend, New York, met
nice stranger on train who invited
him over to Vickery Hotel, 1204 S.
Wabash av. and robbed him of $26.
Fire drove 50 guests at Harmonia
Hotel, 440 Rush st, into street. $1,
Martin Zelinski and Andrew Na
porek, 8316 Superior av., nearly
cracked each other head in fight over
world's series. Arrested.
Ruth Dye, 19, 304 Forest av., Oak
Park, robbed of purse containing $3
by 3 men in Oak Park.
Joseph Murphy, 2320 N. Clark st.,
alleged purse snatcher, arrested after
being chased 3 blocks by two women.
Mrs. Vincenzo Morene Stprino, 16,
810 Miller st, arrested on ( charge of
stealing $1,000 from her father.
Edna Rosenberg, 4, 1414 Johnson
st, who fell into pan of hot water Fri
day, died yesterday.
Frank Rutowski, 827 N. Kolin av.,
hurt by auto truck.
Policeman. Jos. Mallow, Town Hall
' station, accidentally shot one of his
Nick Udelhofen, 58, 1952 Morse av.,
died yesterday after living 12 days
with broken back.
Street car magnates conferred on
unification of roads yesterday. Said
to have agreed on main'points.
Sam Blythe, famous political
writer, is in town.
Morris Marks, 2262 W. Polk st,
stabbed by one of two men he told
to get away from his place. Both es
caped. Theo. Lindstrom, 1425 Greenwood
av., one-armed motorcyclist, arrested
Pres. McCormick has returned and
he and Bartzen will now go to mat
about County Hospital investigation.
Young man, with "bad eye," posed
as student, got into Delta Tau Delta
frat house, 5607 University av., and
walked out with much jewelry.
Victoria Lisula. 9, 4735 Elizabeth
st, killed, and Rose Piscnp, 8, W.
Hammond, HI., probably fatally injur
ed by railroad train on bridge over
Little Calumet River.
Wm. Villwock, 1532 N. Centra!
Park av., found dead in gas-filled
Baby girl born to Mrs. Ina Prout
sky, 22, 1847 Hastings st, in back
room of Hotel Mayer buffet, 1152 S.
Leo Warneke, 11, 1030 Townsend
st, stabbed in- back during quarrel
with John Kenney, 9, 1014 Sedg
5-year-ofd boy known only as
"Louie" drowned in Light House slip,
foot of B. Austin av.
Henry Davis,' 56, 211 S. Desplaines
st, stabbed hy Ottoway Howells, 715
Quincy st, during scrap over dice
game. Both negroes.
Officer Dennis O'Connor saved 3
men from possible death when they
were overcome by gas while digging
Man shot and badly wounded in
fight at 647 Wells st. Pour arrested.
Chas. McLaughlin brought' back
from Ohio to face bigamy charge on
information furnished by Mrs. May
Baer, 6050 Blackstone av.
Nellie Danner, 13, Beloit, Wis., and
Ralph Marble, 23, Woodstock, III.,
arrested t Northwestern station.