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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 13, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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WHAT HAPPEN
Hiram C. Hadley, 6156 Kimbark
av., shot self. Despondent. May die.'
Six-story building, 533 S. Wabash
av., attacked by fire. $1,000 damage.
$30,400 donated "to save Trinity
Episcopal church. Permanent en
dowment fund planned. ,
Alphonso Scullo attacked by 3
hold-up men. Resisted. Left ear cut
in two.
Ole Halm, 14, and Roy Heckart, 18,
needed money., Bought guns. Wound
ed Charles Cragg, 16, and Edward, 16,
4546 N. Kilpatrick av. Arrested.
Windows shattered in home of F.
M. Vance by bricks while alleged
"Black Hand" demanded cash on
telephone.. Clarence DeLand, 14, and
Fred D. Stoker, 15, arrested. Boys
plead joke.
Woart Harrison, 37116 Lake Park
av., stopped by 2 men. Lost $73.
H. O. Schaler, 1959 E. 72d st., rob
bed of watch and $2.
Doorman discharged at Studebak
er Theater. 8 ushers quit. Other em
ployes forced to act in strikers'
places.
Thirteen lost children found in Lin
coln Park. Returned to parents
"Kitty" Fitzgibbons to tell jury of
Henagow killing. Arrested woman
near collapse.
Two hundred cockfight fans scat
tered by sheriff at Sag Bridge ice
house. Two arrested for resisting
sheriff.
Auto belonging to Dr. N. LaDoit,
Johnson, 3536 W. Monroe st., recov
ered after pistol chase.
William Anders, 2158 Foster av.,
and eBnjamin Cross, 3846 W. Ohio
st., reported missing.
Missing Mildred Erickson, 14, 832
N. Parkside av., found. Viting rela
tives. Mrs. Antonio Skelling, 1516 N.
Claremont av., attacked by purse,
snatcher. Lost $7.
William Banbett, 1420 S. Ashland
av., found unconscious. Gas. Suicide J
suspected. ' '
ED IN CHICAGO
Laurence qnd Constantino luliano,
913 Blue Island av., arrested, alleged
to have taken $250 from Michael De
simone, 844 Taylor st.
James Foster, 215 W. Elm st., shot
in side. John Beck, 1127 Townsend
St., held.
Easter exercises of Klrkland Mis
sion Sunday school, 7764 W. Adams
st., will be held April 14, 7:45 p. m.
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FOUR GUNMEN SHOCKED TO
DEATH NO CONFESSION
Ossining, N. Y., April 13 The
four gunmen convicted of the murder
of Herman Rosenthal were executed
in Sing Sing prison early today. It
required four shocks to kill "Lefty
Louie." .Two were sufficient for the
others. It was just 30 minutes from
the time the first shock was given
"Dago Prank" Cirofici, the first to die,
until "Lefty Louie" Rosenberg, the
last of the four, was pronounced
dead.
"Whitey Lewis" was the only one
of the gunmen to make a statement
in the death house and none, made a
confession. "Whitey Lewis" declared
the witnesses against him had per
jured themselves and swore he was
not guilty. He went to his death terror-stricken
and apparently on the
verge of collapse.
"Whitey" "Lewis was calm and fully
aware of all that was going on about
him as he stepped through the door
to the death chamber preceded by
Rabbi Goldstein. Before taking his
place in the chair he said :
"Gentlemen, for the sake of justice
I want to say that the witnesses who
swore against me perjured them
selves. I swear to God that I did not '
shoot Rosenthal." .
He died hard, jerking, "violently in
the chair when the current was sent .
through his body.
The average girl gats more happi
ness from marrying-a mere man than
from cherishing an ideal all her life.
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