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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 11, 1914, NOON EDITION, Image 29',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO.
Twenty hurt when cars collided at
Ciark and Randolph sts. Benjamin
Garzomski, 5111 W. 30th pi., taken
Samuel Evens, 13, 1110 S. Tripp st,
drowned in West Side Natatonum.
Struck bottom diving.
Victor Chester, 26, and Theodore
Wiedo, 949 W. Erie, stabbed and
beaten in fight over women.
100 new street cars out into service
on Jndiana av. 150 more will be add
ed in few weeks.
Mother's Day celebrated in every
church. Father's Day suggested now.
Martha Weinauer, 12, 9117 Buf
falo av., struck by motorcycle. Joseph
Van Santer, 309 W. 110th pi., held.
Anthony Chuca, owner of pool
room, 715 S. Morgan St., stabbed 5
times-by hold-up men for refusing to
open cash register. Condition serious.
James Vivian, 2433 S. Sacramerito
av., and John Vivian, son, injured
when auto collided with street car.
James Vivian may die.
Mrs. Mary Miller, 50, 619 Black
hawk av., mistook bichloride of mer
cury for headache tablets. Will re
cover. E. R. Pritchardt secretary Board of
Health, will speak at weekly lunch
eon of North-West Sid eCommercial
Ass'n, Thursday, May 14, 12:30 noon,
at eGrston's Cafe, Ashland and Divi
Eight men .arreste dfor "panhand
ling." Booked for disorderly conduct.
Three struck by street cars yester
day.,, Adolph Erlas, 44, 2124 W. Mon
roe st., .may die.
Sewall Truax, man mysteriously
shot at home of father-in-law, still
-Harry A. Wheeler uncertain wheth
er he will serve on Federal Reserve
Board. - v
Two children bitten by mad dog in
South Chicago. Animal killed by po
lice.' Unidentified bov, 11, drowned at W.
22d and Halsted st Body recovered.
Referendum for withdrawal on in
Evanston. Germania addition wants
to be annexed to Chicago.
Christ Benzing, 40, shabbily dress
ed and hungry, picked up by detec
tives. Said trade was burglar. Want
ed to get back to bandhouse.
S. A. Lahotkin, Omaha, found ded
in room, Wagner Hotel. Heart dis
ease. Mith Ruth Taylor, Washington, D.
C, swallowed iodine. Disappointed
love affair. Will recover.
Fire attorney investigating blaze at
1015 E. 55th st. Arson suspected.
John Foley, 38, 444 S. Clark st.,
found unconscious at Jackson blvd.
and 5th av. Skull -fractured.
Body of man found in freight car
at Wolff Lake identified as IjTank
Jennings, 646 W. 61s,t st. Believed
to have been struck by auto. C. EL
Tonring, driyer, held pending Inves
tigation. Nine hurt by autos yesterday. C.
F. Swanson and wife, 5628 Winthrop
av., tatally injured. Auto struck by
street car. "
Mrs. Mary Painter, 328 Oak av., hit
by auto. Driver fled.
Extradition papers issued for Clar
ence B. Bowen, 1424 E. 61st st. Man
fled with woman 6 months ago.
Unidentified man believed to be P.
Filipif stabbed in Chatham court.
Black Hand suspected.
Robert Ennis, member of senior
clzbs, suspended for alleged frauds
in election of business manager for
Northwestern "University Magazine.
Morris Zuker, 2, got lost on State
st. Returned to parents by police.
First Deputy of Police Herman F.
Schuettler left for short vacation.
Capt. Pi D. O'Brien, S. Clark st. sta
tion, will act in place.
William Davenpdrt, 9, 2416 W.
Madison st; Soper' Cadell, J, 24,2 W.
Madison, and Mary Blair, 17, 122 N.
Curtis st., bitten by dogs yesterday.
Miss Lauretta Bischoff, 2828 Sheri
dan road, found doors barred. Bur-