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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 09, 1913, Image 4

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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Grand Trunk "Steamship Special,"
New York bound, wrecked at 47th t
and Kedzie av. No one hurt.
Fire routed three families at 4915
S. Wabash av. $5,000 loss.
Luck Statoreia, 7, 1013 S. Halsted
st., struck by street car. Saved by
fender.
Orville Micheal, detective, Belt
Line R. R., shot by freight thieves.
Bullet stopped. by clothes." Escaped
with scratch.
Finance committee recommends
$628,000 for public library for 1914.
Thos. Cronan, 10 W. 18th st; Jos
eph Francis, 2213 Archer av.; Andrew
Lemerman, 5018 S. Paulina st, and
John Warnick, 244 W. 25th pi., seri
ously injured. Tried to drive truck
through subway of C. & W. I. R. R.,
71st and Wallace sts. Seat too high.
. Were pinned under root.
J. J. Murry, 170 Loomis st, dying
at County Hospital. Fell from Hal
sted st. car.
Twelve fined 'for gambling by
Judge Sullivan. Five $1 and and
seven $3.
Police James O'Neill, Central sta
tion, struck by auto owned by David
Weber, 3523 S. State st.
Three families routed out of bed
by fire at 4915 S. Wabash av. Loss
$5,000.
Basements flooded when 36-inch
water main burst at S. 5th av., west
of Van Buren st.
Stella Czemirowska, 1919 W. Divi
sion st, who killed Frank Kosinski,
1138 Noble st, may recover.
John Musovally, chauffeur, 132 W.
31st st, fined $10. No license.
John Proteicki, 7, killed by auto
truck. John Gleason, 2833 Herndon
St., driver.
Mabel Sturtevant and Sarah B.
Foster indicted by federal grand jury.
Said to have defrauded society wo
men. Torch exploded at sorority initia
tion at Lewis Institute. Miss Kathryn
Wyre severely burned.
Louis Schmidt, 29, 2327 S. Sawyer
st., home late, scolded. Shot self. Will
recover.
Frank Schuman's barber shop,
2200 W. Chicago av., wrecked. Tank
exploded and gas caught fire. No one
injured.
Mrs. Mary M. Arnold, 323 Belden
av., awarded $8,856.84 in Municipal
Court Wm. E. Dodson had sold her
worthless stock.
Joseph Clarke and Henry Cohen,
insurance adjusters, fined $1 and
costs.
Louis Cohen, women's tailor, 212
N. Cicero st, fined $5. Fred Rehberg
fined $2. Rehberg objected to time
taken to fit wife's dress.
New trial wanted for Att'y Daniel
Donahoe. Was convicted for con
spiring to defame Clarence S. Funk.
Mrs. Margaret Pace wants divorce
and custody of daughter. Claims hus
band has too many women friends.
Grand Trunk flyer crashed into
freight at W. 49th st. yards. John
Miller, Battle Creek, engineer passen
ger train, and fireman injured.
Inquiry at Bridewell ordered by
council. Will investigate contracts
for convict labor.
Store of Chas, A. Oberg entered.
Robbers demanded cash. Objected.
Received four bullets. Condition seri
ous. Chauncey Blair, 4830 Olmstead av.,
found body of new-born baby boy in
auto.
Albert Lesser, Harrisburg, Pa.,
wants to be arrested. Claims to have
taken $123.
Samuel Hutchinson, 57, 218 N.
Kostner av., tripped on rope attached
to auto of Erwin Greer, 1456 S. Wa
bash av. Internally injured.
Judge Windes petitioned by Przed
zankowski family for change of
name. Want to be called Price.
849 LaSalle st, apartment bldg.,
damaged by fire.
Edward Waller, Buffalo, guest of
the municipal lodging house, has

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