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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1915, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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was out of town. Had water cut off.
Now-has 60-ft well in yard.
Max Friedl, 1649 Burling, chased
wife from home and suicided. Gas.
Judge Landis was auctioneer and
one of 2 bidders at sale of assets in
firm of Pacyna & Jaspere, makers of
women's garments. Another auc
tioneer obtained goods.
Police to stop roller skaters at 9
o'clock evenings. Too much noise.
Still paying freak election bets.
'Movie operators to have band when
one member will ride in wheelbarrow
from river to Chicago av. on Clark.
Chas. Kaube, 5482 Gettysburg av.,
found, plugged-up pipe in back yard.
Thought it was bomb. Called police.
Filled with talcum powder.
Chicago's traction fund to reach
$16,500,000 when check for $2,557,
042 is handed comptroller by Chicago
Stanislaus Dangel, editor of Polish
Nationalist, being tried for treason by
secret tribunal of Polish Nat'l Al
liance. Millers' Nat'l Federation, conven
ing at Hotel La Salle, protested
against attempts to repeal federal
pure flour law.
III. Man. ass'n has appointed com
mittee to promote co-operation be
tween busines men and federal trade
Mrs. Margaret White, 121 Ada,
dead. Gas. Reason unknown.
RAILROAD AGENT SHOOTS BOY
FOR PICKING UP WOOD
Because railroads are given per
mission to employ special policemen,
carrying guns, to see that no tres
passers shall step foot on their right
of way, John Tebbins, 18, may die.
Young Tebbins, with Wm. Sager,
18, 2906 Archer av., and.Wm. Mc
Avoy, 18, 2929 Arch st, had been sent
by bis mother to pick up kindling on
the tracks of the Chi. Junction rail
road. Henry Potocki, 4711 S. Lincoln,
ae,fliejQi,3oHsujstarled ftet them..
They asked him if they couldn't pick
up some of the wod. He retused to
The boys ran away taunting him.
Potocki fired two shots. The boys
laughed back and said he was only
shooting blanks.- Potocki proved he
wasn't. The third shot bored a hole
in Tebbins' back.
Carmia Catrona, 932 Orleans st,
was shot five times and mysteriously
wounded while walking along the ,
Belt Line railroad tracks at 75th and
Wood. Police suspect he was shot
by a railroad policeman. He may die.
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83-YEAR-OLD FATHER TURNED
OUT BY THREE SONS
Theodore Krause worked a great
part of his 83 years to raise his sons.
His working days over his sons have
neglected to support him,, he says,
and he came into Judge Scully's court
yesterday to protest.
Krause has spen the last ten years
working around the family house at
3343 Hutchins st, and for his labors, -he-was
supposed to receive $1 a week
from his three sons.
But according to the story he told
Judge Scully, he has rheumatism and
can no longer do errands for the boys "
and they ahve refused him the $1 ar
week. Scully says he will get it or
someone will go to jail.
MIGHT BE A GOOD IDEA TO USE
A BIT OF KINDNESS HERE
Milwaukee, April 10. Dead mice
were tied to their bodies and cock
roaches were placed in their clothing
as punishment for children who dis
obeyed the rules at the County Home
for Dependent Children, was the tes-
timony of Miss Bessie Ulrich, former
nurse in the institution in investiga-
tion of charges of incompetency
against Supt Kringle.
She further testified that for sev
eral weeks last summer the nurses
were forbidden to give water to the
children and she haa Deen me uiue
ones go Into the toilet and drink from.
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