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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 14, 1913, Image 26',
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when auto turned turtle near Liberty
John R. Denvir's auto struck and
injured Henry Snyder, 6, 2217 W.
H. C. Williams, West Park police
man, knocked downand injured in
rush of traffic at Jackson blvd. and
i hieves took $450 worth of gunny
sacks from Fred Osyke Co., 1276 Blue
Donato lalongo, 9602 Avenue N,
shot and wounded Dominick Scal
zetti after latter had flirted with Mrs.
W. E. Wilson, formerly janitor of
Boy's Club, 35th st. and Wentworth
av., sought on forgery charge.
Lizzie Bilow, 20, 1530 W. 13th st.,
left home Sunday after threatening
suicide. No trace of her since.
Myrtle Linn, 4611 Calumet av.,
robbed, of $20 and some trinkets by
n,egro under "L" structure at 48th st.
Ella C. Lawrence, 48, modiste, 348
E. 55th st., suiicde. Carbolic acid. HI
Hyde Parkers protesting against
erection of theater within 50 feet of
Hyde Park Presbyterian Church.
John Sherlock, 33, 2277 Clybourn
av., who was assaulted with shovel
by John Stajgl, 4716 Throop st., is
dead. Stajgl gone.
Ray Leayy, 21, and Wm. LaPlante,
21, arrested on charge of stealing
aulo accessories frdm Geo. W. Scott,
2437 W. Jackson blvd.
Coroner Hoffman urged Chicago
School of Philanthrophy and Civics
to aid in "safety first" campaign.
Chicago delegates to Illinois Fed
eration of Labor convention, have
gone to Decatur.
Chicago & South Haven liner Pe
toskey, bumped into Clark st. bridge.
"Rsb" Russell, White Sox pitcher,
married to Charlotte Benz, cousin of
Joe Benz, at Paulist Church this
Mrs. Gilson Gardner spoke before
Viual Suffrage Ass'n. of Glencoe and
predicted national equal suffrage m
Kenilworth residents seeking to re
strain city Of Waukegan from pour
ing sewage into lake.
Thomas Peterson, Cub fan, 4747
Prairie av., threw brick through win
dow of Pat Simmons, 4800 S. State
st., because latter said Larry Cheney
Man, who committed suicide by
jumping under I. C. train at Kensing
ton, identified as Thos. Stafford, Ken
sington. Grief over son's death.
Regina Holmsen, 1856 N. Sawyer
av., killed by train at Bloomingdale
and N. Kimball avs.
Prof. Oscar Riddle, Carnegie Insti
tute, Washington, believes he has
found way of determining sex.
Mike Donlin, former star ball
player, is to marry Rita Ross, 22",
niece of Charles J. Ross, actor.
Man thought to be Edward Welch
probably fatally injured by State st.
car at. Harrison st.
Mr. and Mrs. John E. Simmons, 931
Ainslee st, each caught burglar in
flat when they returned from theater.
Walter Skilmot, 4515 Hermitage
av., probably fatally injured by Chi
cago Junction switch engine.
Wm. Klein, 46, 2385 Ogden av.,
badly hurt by auto driven by Samuel
Balkin, 4336 Vincennes av.
Mrs. R. E. Ransmeier, 2896 Archer
av., seriously hurt when auto turned
Fred Bagley, 4, 4103 Madison st.,
ran away from home to avoid sham
poo. Later found.
Tight clothes to be worn by men,
so fashion decrees
"What's happening about the din
" 'Fraid there ain't going to be
The missus 'as come 'ome
from jail, sir, an' et heverything in
the 'ouse!" London Opinion.