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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 30, 1912, Image 8

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intended ta sail on the Titanic,
did sail on the Titanic, might
have sailed on the Titanic, or
thought of sailing on the Titanic
Gotthard Wall, 4025 Bernard
street, ran away from home be-'
cause" he didii't like chambermaid
duties imposed by stepmother.
Found in Grant park.
Albert Zilelik, 1, djedfrom
burns. Overturned bowio"! soup.
Howard Forrest, 14, 173k
Rascherave., fell from bicycle
and rolled under team of horses.
Seriously injured.
Luke Kelly, 80, 4801 S. Hal-,-stedr
walked in front of 55th
Street car. Minor bruises.
John Heelan, janitor, Hyde
park police station came from Ire
land 20 years ago, penniless. '"He
returns Wednesday with $10,000.
Geo. Bxlsse,r brother of Fred
whom Chicago will not soon for
gef,Tias married again. Wontre
veal wifes riame.
JHo'w do you likliaving yOUR
children :lean up" Chicago's
The newspapers seem Quite
proud of Harrison's street clean
ipg stunt. iNeany every ope, ol
tnem puonsnes pictures oi ntue,
children doing scavenger's worlL
Tlusr ought to raise Chicago" in
the eyes of other cities, which 4o
not use their children tp clean up
grown people's dirt.
Sam Insull has formed another
trust. Merged all power and elec
tric lighting plants in Northern
Illinois into one big, money-grabbing
corporation. '
After he had completed this
deal, .Sam addressed his em-
ployes, urging them to "work"
-hard for the company" and thus
rise to such a position as he occu
pies Which might be taken as
an insull t
o o
Wytheville, Va. April 30
Virginia today called tre Alleys
to the bar to answer for thessix
murders of March 14 thai turned
Judge Thornton L. Massie's
courtroom at Hillsvilje, into a
bloody shambles.
Floyd, Claude, Victor arid
Friel Allen, Sidna EdwaYdsand
Byrd Marion vere arraigned
formally on indictments charging
murder. It was arranged that
Flpyd Aljen snould be the first of
the clansmen to be-placei on trial
The attorneysuor the Aliens
asked f6r a continuance on the j
errrmrifT thai several of their Wit- I
nesses1 could not be reached for J
spme time. After considerable j
argument their request- was de
nied. i j
Extraordinary p r e c a u t i ons
have been taken that there may i
e no repitmon of tne ilillsville
massacre here. ScPres of depu- ,
ties have,been sworn in. These
are scattered through the court
room; their hands aytoays.. upoh .
their revolvers, watching for any
movement of prisPiers 6r specla-3
T can't eo to the masquerade,
I stutterjob much." "7
Well, just makeuo like a soda '
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