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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 10, 1913, Image 6',
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ZWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Frank Jackson, 4749 Wentworth
av., shot and wounded by stranger
whom he stopped and asked a street
direction. " -
Slate's Attorney Hoyne expects
Harry Waite, alias Prof. Ross, clair
voyant, to turn state's evidence.
Waite was caught in St. Louis Satur
day. Young hold-up man got purse con
taining $12 from Anna Korkek, 19,
telephone operator, 539 Noble St.,
after striking her in face.
The poor, seeking coal, crowded
County Agent Joseph Meyer's office
Officers Frank Koritske and Chas.
Yancy badly beaten when they tried
to stop fight between five Russians.
Attorney Jos. R. Burres, counsel
fpr Isaac SteideJ, co-defendant in
Punk case, opened his plea this morn
ing. George Landquist, 2112 Summer
dale av., found dead, sitting upright,
on Ogden av. car. Heart failure.
Unidentified man drowned when
blown into stream at Fuller and Lock
The Teamsters' Join Council at
their regular meeting voted to con
tinue its boycott against the Hearst
papers until the pressmen settled
Detectives raided room at Saratoga
Hotel. Arrested eight men on gam
' Fourth annual Clinical Congress of
Surgeons of America opened at Hotel
Commissioner Caminetti, Immigra
tion Bureau, will come to Chicago to
day to confer on new immigration
Onario Ghitto, 18, 251 E. 135th st.,
killed by Illinois Central train.
Joseph Sorston, 1655 Washburne
av. badly burned by gas explosion.
Chas. Curtis, 312 W. Locust st.,
beaten by three hold-up men. Man
aged to hold on to $36.
Street car merger will come up in
city council tonight.
William Fargo, 21, 1827 W. Huron
St., got fractured skull from John
Frahaj, saloonkeeper, 1602 W. Su
Thos. Martin, 108 E. Superior st.,
walked into Moffett & Arnett's un
dertaking rooms and demanded that
he be placed in coffin. Arrested.
Broadway car jumped tracks on
Devon av. Bumped into trolley pole.
Chas. West and Wm. Miller iden
tified by Officer Jos. Devaney as men
who assaulted him. Arrested.
Federal officials will start war on -quack
W. J. Williams, McGhee, Saskatche
wan, Can., lost $105 to pickpockets
on I. C. train.
Chas. D. Snowbergen, Plymouth,
Ind., robbed of $6 and new overcoat
by holdup men.
Susie McCancee, 4020 Calumet av.,
lost $585 to negro purse snatcher.
Three firemen injured in $40,000
fire 'at Irving Park Sash and Door Co.
Safeblowers got $45 from Daniels
& Clark Co., 221 W. Chicago av.
Judge Mahoney released 12 honor
Adam Cinsus, 245 W. 46th st., killed
by Erie train.
Dr. P. T. Diamond denies story that
he sold medical examination ques
tions. Five hundred Germans celebrated
birthday of Poet Schiller yesterday.
Shivered in Lincoln Park while they
adorned statue with flowers.
John smounsKi, zuju w. ua st., hit A
in lee hv hullet fired bv unidentified
Woman's party of Cook County
will demand seats atrcharter conven
tion. Tony Fiano, 50, 248 Alexander st,
badly crushed between Wabash av.
car and "L" structure post.
Dr. James A. Marshall, for 12 years
physician at Pontiac Reformatory,
will be tried today by State Civil Ser-
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