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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 23, 1912, Image 7

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his 'mother. tMrs, Engle is para
lyzed, and doctors despair of sav
ing her if the son does not come
Fifty people fled from Madison
hotel, 825 W. Madison street,
when fire broke out this morning.
Damage $300.
Ten thousand Chicago hodcar
riers granted increase in Wages
from 37 to 40 penis an Hour.
Agreement goes into effect May
1. Caisson diggers increased to
SO cents an hour.
William Riendon,r2 1-2, tossed
ten feet by street car in front of
his home, 1315 Sedgwick street.
Taken to hospital. Bruised, but
no bones broken.
Frank McGuire, Carl Bursch,e
and Watler Burke, bridewell
prisoners, scaled wall and leaped
to street. Burke broke his leg,
and was recaptured. McGuire
and Bursche escaped. They were
serving six'months each for lar
ceny. L
Mrs. Belle Teller, wife of John
Grand Teller, 9350 Lootnis street,
found bleeding on sidewalk at
23rd. anrf Armmir RMtpn nn
versal "!' road transfers in two head with revolver. Assailant
Mrs. Mary McDonald, George
Dhoms and John Houseas cut
and burned at fire at 322 S. Hal
sted. .Mrs. McDonald's night
clothes caught fire, and she was
tossed out a window to police
man in street by another roomer.
County hospital. Police investi
gating fire origin.
" Samuel Baker bought a horse,
and then claimed he had been
J'stung.'V Judge Dolah ruled that
"in every horse-trade there is an
.implied guaranty that the animal
"can- Jie down and get up again."
Baker got his money back.
WillianvLarkin, II, 6522 Drex
ej ave., knocked down and his
''skull fractured byx touring car
traveling at high speed at 55tH
street arid Cottage Grove ave.
Auto did not stop. Police searching-fa
r driver. '
Ex.-Alderman Peter Reinberg
of the 2iSth ward, one of HersV
Harrispn wheel horses, who fell
ousidp he breasworks at alder
manic election, has been taken
carp of. Mayor Jias appointed
on school board.
Thistnewspaper talk about uni
weeks ldQks like the verjest bunk.
If council does pass prdbosed or
dinance, roads will make a court
r ,figh't, and case will drag, as such
, ca$es usually do..
Young men with matrimonial
ideas needn't figure on saving
nickels that way to -furnish the
fiat, -r t
Charles Engle, 19,3812 Rhodes
ave., disappeared from home six
days ag after being rebuked by
escaped. Mrs. Teller said she met
mvan in Majestic 'theater, and
went with him to levee district.
He demanded Her' jewelry, and
then beat her. Sajd she did not
know man. Said they drove in
cab until early in mQrning.
PoHceman Graham and Mc
Cafferty of Desplaines "street sta
tion bruised when they fell
through porch af 204 S. Halsted,
formerly occupied by Mike Few-

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