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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 06, 1913, Image 7

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who charges him with sliding
notes to her through window in
"movie" show at S. Haldsted st.
and W. Jackson blvd., where she
Fred Dresha, 876 Milwaukee
av., and nephew, Chas. Stermer,
1649 N. Paulina St., fought over
board bill which uncle refused to
pay. Fred in hospital with broken
ribs. Charles arrested.
Peter Marino, 508 W. Oak St.,
arrested, charged with complicity
in bringing Blanche O'Neill, 17,
and Gertrude Fortune, 17, here
from St. Louis for immoral pur
poses. John Dunn, 65, 16 S. Desplaines
st., dropped dead from chair.
Heart trouble.
Lillian Dahlstrom, 7, Winnet
ka, dead from burns received
when clothes caught fire Satur
day. Ben Hanson, 38, found suffer
ing from several knife wounds at
W. Monroe and S. Sangamon sts.
County Hospital. Refused to tell
who did it. Said he wanted to
take revenge himself.
Dr. E. G. Richardson, 133 E.
47th st., pulled letter from under
revolver. Gun fell to floor. Went
off. Severely wounded.
Dr. W. R McCracken, 1142 E.
46th st., severely hurt, in auto
Chas. P. Howell, chauffeur,
2340 Clifton st., may lose sight in
both eyes as result of explosion of
electric light which set fire to gas
tank in garage at 3464 Evanston
av. Property loss was $5,000.
Having found Chicago's wick
edest corner Paulina and Mad-1
ison sts. pastors say churches
will reform it.
Bitter attack on administration
of University of 111. by state was
made by Dean Eugene Davenport
of school of agriculture of the
state university.
Fire partly destroyed old build
ing at 310 W. South Water st.
$100,000 damage.
Mrs. A. Anzolone and two chil
dren found unconscious in gas
filled room at their home, 435 W.
Oak st. Children revived by
pullmotor. Mother dead. Sui
cide and attempted murder sus
pected. Officials of local mail order
houses will testify for govern
ment when it reopens hearings
here tomorrow to determine
whether there is a lumber trust.
Population here will be 2,343,-
405 at end of this year, according
to report of Dr. C. St. Clair
Drake, statistician of city health
dept. This will be an increase of
49,000 over last year.
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Ragtime dancing in all its va
rities, from Chicken Flps to Tur
key Wabbles and Bunny Hugs,
will be seen no more in public
dance halls of the South Park
system. J. F. Foster, supt. of
club houses there has issued or
ders to bar objectionable dances
and "shufflin' " music.
"How came I to see you ah
entertaining a soldier in the
kitchen last evening, Mary?"
"Dunno, sir, unless you was peep-

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