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THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper,
Daily Except Sunday
The O. W. Moore, lake freight and
passenger steamer, owned by Dr.
John Floor, sank in Chicago river
near Division. Out of service for
Small fire caused excitement in of
fice of Bartlett-Frazier Co.. grain
merchants, Western Union bldg.
Bandits twice knocked down Mrs.
Emma Johnson, 72, but her screams
frightened them away before they
could get $3,000 in safe in her saloon,
8701 Buffalo av.
Two armed men got $160 from C.
t J. Doceralis, 1510 Milwaukee av.
Rumored that Marjorie Delbridge,
missing juvenile court ward, is heir
ess. Jos. C. Jones, 21, 6632 Greenwood,
and Lawrence Ennie, 20, G327 Har
per, arrested for abusing Ansel
Moore, negro, 3432 Rhodes av.
Henry Schuberth and A. C. Daeg
Jing filed petitions at Democratic
candidates for city treas.
Two armed men knocked down
Jos. aMrtin, clerk, in Blue Star gro
cery, 521 S. Halsted, and escaped
with $40. Woman customer fainted.
Allentown, Pa. Between four and
ten people burned to death at South
Bethlehem in a fire which destroyed
Rome. Dowager Duchess Matilda
Antonio Lante, who was Miss Matilda
Davis, American, dead.
Detroit, Mich. One man burned
to death, three injured, when fire de
stroyed a rooming house.
Philadelphia. l extile mills asked
lo hid on material for 500,000 army
MUNDAY CONVICTION UPHELD
BY APPELLATE COURT
The conviction ofi Charles B. Mun
day for his part in he failure of the
La Salle Street Trust and Savings
bank was affirmed today by the ap
pellate court of the second district.
Munday was tried and found guilty
in Ottawa, 111., whither the trial was
transferred when Munday pleaded he
could not get a fair trial in Cook
YOUNG GIRL DIES IN FLAMES
Irene Emerlin, 18, 10026 Ewing
av., was burned to death and her sis
ter Bertha, 8, is in serious condition
as a result of the destruction of their
home by fire this morning. Irene,
who keeps house for her father, Rob
ert Emerlin, a widower, returned to
bed after her father had eaten break
fast and gone to work. The two
girls fell asleep. An overheated stove
is believed to have started the blaze.
Thos. Hanlon, a neighbor, discovered
the flames. He saved Bertha. The
other girl was already dead.
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6 HURT IN WILSON AV. TUNNEL'
Six workingmen were badly in
jured today when a fuse cap explod
ed in the Wilson av. tunnel at N.
Lawndale and Wilson avs. The men
were: Wm. Arlington, 2904 Broad
way; John Pitts, John Durkin, 6510
S. Lincoln St.; Edw. Thiel, 293G
Edgewood; Jas. Waldron and Chas.
Chambers, 2215 Seminary av.
Generally fair and continued cold
tonight and Sunday; lowest temper
ature tonight about 5 degrees below
zero; moderate northwest winds.
Temperature Friday: High, 9; low, 1,
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