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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 07, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 11',
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ous offense by Mrs. Mary Dzedulwicz,
24, .305 Pullman ay., Burnham.
Mrs. Anna Bonicki, 60, 8721 Es
canaba st., dipped dead on church
Eleven dog' owners fined. ' No
Appropriation of $80,000 wanted to
move Madison st. bridge to Monroe
st. Work could be done before other
bridges are torn down.
Mrs. Daisy Feldman, 4153 W. 21st
pi., died from injuries received while
being dragged down stairs. Husband
Ruby Rosenstien, Des Moines, ran
up taxi bill of $9.85. Had no money.
Locked up. Sanity questioned.
Son and grandson of late John Se
bastian get 1 each. Remainder of
$62,000 estate goes to widow.
Shouting, "We want more sleep,"
60 students, dressed in nighties,
marched on John Marshall high
school. Protest against lengthening
of school hours from 6 to 8.
Frank Herman fatally beaten by 4
highwayman. Skull fractured' and
jaw broken. Robbers got $5.
Academie de Notre Dame, 1338
Oregon av., entered. $10 taken from
moneybox. " '
J. Bedno's grocery store,-629 Sibley
st, looted. $14 cash and $100 food
Louis A. Pinocci, 1201 W. Harrison
st, robbed $82, $250 diamond and
Negro entered home of Miss Cath
erine Irwin, 483Q St. Lawrence av.,
choked and beat her. Frightened
away by neighbors.
Frank Turkovich, 1708 Massachu
setts av., Gary, slashed throat. Dead.
Y. Kimmel's tailor shop, 281 N.
Ashland av., looted. 3 boys held.
Twelve narrowly escaped death
when elevator dropped in Monadnock
building. Safety brakes worked. No
Ellis may accept sentence without
contest. 2 jurors willing to appear be
fore parole board.
On one occasion, at my favorite
club, you know, I desired especially
to indite a letter 'ome. Finding a lack
of writing materials.s, for instance,
my dear fellow, pen and ink, I
'phoned my wants to a boy attendant,
"I gotcha, mista! You'r.e honing
for an ink needle and a' tub of bru
nette scratching sap. Just .clutch
your breath and 111 glom the 'yours
truly' freight for you. Then, you can '
fire your thoughts down the dumb
waiter from your high dome and be
gin making Bresna hen clues on
white paper. Bet you're going to
shoot a googoograni to your best filly,
My word! ,
A letter between sisters-in-law al
ways contains this line: "Still, it was
your time to write,"