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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 22, 1912, Image 7

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st, struck by wheelbarrow when
it slipped from elevator in new
bldg. at 1625 W. 63d st. Serious
ly injured. Englewood Union
Fire of unknown origin in new
Hamilton Park church under con
struction at 72d st. 'and Prairie
av. Small loss.
Joseph Swyozdas, 825 W.
18th st., found lying in bed with
knife wound in him. Paul Ku
vilus, his roommate, arrested.
Oscar Gallgin, painter, tried to
stop runaway at Townsend and
Locust sts. Fell. Killed.
Miss Mary Veronica Murphy,
3702 Wallace St., will marry
Prince di Santa Margherita of
Fire in Omaha bldg., W. Van
JBuren and S. La Sallests., caused
$10,000 damage. '
Registration totals of Oct, 5
and 15 for Chicago and Cicero
were 448,062.
1,500 Greeks left here for home
last night to fight for their coun
try. Thieves are invading county
jail. Latest victim is Mrs. Louise
Lindloff, alleged poisoner. Cen
tral station detectives called to
catch thieves.
Frank Castella, 2077 W. Di
vision st, asked Maria Guirica,
15, 117 Larrabee St., his cousin,
to marry him. She refused. He
kidnapped her. Police searching.
Five men stopped Josephine
iTearno, 18, 822 Townsend st,
and dragged her into an alley and
bound her. She broke loose. They
shot at her and fled. Unhurt
Patrolmen James Casey, New
City station,, discharged. Charged
wih willful maltreatment of
Harold Stephens, 5356 Aberdeen.
Thomas Fox, refused address,
tried to kiss Mrs. H. H. Larimer,
Hotel Grand, 6 N. Dearborn st
Negro highwayman stopped
Mrs. Helen Hall, 5494 Ellis av.,
nd daughter, Mrs. N. C. Yarlett,
and dragged them into alley, and,
after threatening them with
death, stole $2 and several pieces
of jewelry.
Ruins of Babylon have given
up a letter devoted to the high
cost of living. Those Babylon
ians didn't solve that problem and
today there is no Babylon. Get
Another stock yards blaze 3
lambs, 2 horses, 5 guinea pigs and
100 pigeons burned -in fire in barn
in rear of home of August C. Leh
manq, 1838 N. Halsted st. Prop
erty loss of $l,QO0.
Hyman Hodore, 1875 W. 13th
st, died today. Crushed in an ele
vator shaft at 2427 W. 14th st
"He's got to quit kicking my
dog around," said Miss Dolly
Conroy, 5519 Monroe av., when
she had Duane Studley, 58, 5535
Monroe av., arrested for disorder
ly conduct
Chas. S. Hopper, 50, 5850 S.
Park av., president of C. S. Hop
per & Co., with offices in Rook
ery bldg., committed suicide in
Washington Park by, shooting
himself in temple. Reason un
known. Frank Criton, 1008 W. Mon
roe st, "clerk, shot at his head five
times to see if he could kill him-

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