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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 13, 1913, Image 5

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keeper, reported under arrest at
Windsor, Can.
Evanston should have public
market to keep down high cost of
living, according to Evanston
Woman's Club.
P. A. Nelson, 557 E. 63d st., ar-
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W ment. Shortage of $329 in funds
of Mayflower Lodge No. 466,
Knights of Pythias, cause.
Hot mince pie, in self-cooker,
arrived at home of Mrs. E. Rob
erts, 4617 Racine av., from St.
Paul, Minn., by parcel post.
Daniel Reed, 6227 N. Clark St.,
drawn into Lake Michigan by
large fish while fishing. Rescued.
Dr. A. Lackey, 83, Columbia
Hotel, S. State and 31st sts., dead.
Exposure. Found in street.
Police looking here for F. K.
Buckminster, missing sec'y of N.
W. Can Co., wanted here on
charge of arson.
"Children are being crowded
out of 21st Ward, while voting
population is on the increase."
Rev. J. T. Stone.
Frank Kenny, suspected of
complicity in Ohio murder, ar
rested in restaurant at Wells and
W. Indiana sts. Police tipped off
by woman over 'phone'.
Elmer Muttschell, 13, 4907
Bloomingdale road, killed by C,
P . Frank Parks, 3442 W. 63rd pi.,
switchman, killed between two
freight trains on G. T. Ry.
Raid on dive at 840 W. Wash
ington blvd. 3 women and 2 men
Jas. O'Brien, 33, stabbed by
Harry Martin, in rooming house4
66 W. Van Buren st. Martin es
caped. Chas. Anderson, 31, 648 W.
Madison st., stabbed and severely
wounded by unknown man at
Halsted and Madison sts. Assail
ant escaped.
Frank Coquillion, 18 S. Canal
st., attacked and beaten by two
men from whom he had won $2
in dice game. They escaped.
Jos. Flick, elevator operator in
Patten bklg., and Henry Clay,
porter Steinberg Tailoring Co.,
arrested charged with theft.
M. E. Robinson, 4616 Drexel
blvd., arrested for not having rear
lights on his auto.
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M. Edwin Rubel, a public ac
countant associated with his fath
er, S. L. Rubel, and his uncle,
Nathan W. Rubel, was killed to
day when he fell nineteen stories
down an elevator shaft in the Mc
Cormick building, 332 South
Michigan avenue.
Rubel was 24 years old. He
lived at 4231 South Michigan
avenue. His offices were in the
McCormick building.
The exact manner of the ac
cident is still in doubt.
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New York. Plot to poison
Capt. Walsh, police official whose
confession .extended graft trail to
headquarters, has been discover
ed. Trained nurse and doctors
ordered to inspect air the sick
captain's food. Under double
guard by District Atty. Whit
man's men.

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