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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 19, 1913, Image 7

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Catherine Berchem, 2 months
old, burned to death in fire which
destroyed father's home near
Xiles Center. Berchem, wife and
another child seriously burned.
F. J. Hauber, bookkeeper, 24,
5806 Prairie av., suicide. Shot
himself at Washington Park. De
spondent over overwork.
Fire destroyed plant of Haley
Casey Co., 404 W. Ohio st. $250,
000 loss. 10 firemen overcome. 2
in hospital.
Mrs. Winifred King, bride of
three weeks, found dead in her
home, 7447 St. Lawrence av.
Suicide. Worry over death of
mother a year ago.
Three bandits got $43 from
cafe of. W. Reedy, 2764 Ogden av.
Locked Reedy in basement.
Mrs. R. H. HuhlettAntigo,
Wis., wants local police to find
her husband.
Wm. Whitmore, 38, 1238 Sedg
wick st., and Robert Kane, 21,
1238 Sedgwick st., seriously hurt
when auto hit their wagon at N
Paulina st. and Washington
blvd. Auto did not stop.
Policeman H. A. Andiss se
verely hurt while stopping run
away at S. Clark and W. Van
Buren sts.
C. J. Machelinsky, expressman,
551 W. 12th st. ; Mose Rosenberg,
owner of store, and H. J. Finder,
lawyer, 3534 W. 12th st., arrested
in arson inquiry.
Fannie Holtz, 14, 1925 W. Van
Rurpn st missincr Riinawav
Found 50 cents in neighbor's I
home. Accused of stealing it.
Didn't want to disgrace her fath
er and mother by being arrested.
H. Schoen, 19, 5941 S. Hermi
tage av., arrested. Suspected of
being one of those who shot and
killed V. Kristulorch in a penny
arcade, 560 W. Madison st., Sat
urday night.
Our idea of an I should wor
ry" person a man who will wear
a straw hat on State st. on Feb.
18. One did yesterday.
Judgment for $200 against Jack
Johnson given to firm in London,
Eng. He was not in court. Dc
H. T. Cummings, 3555 Grand
blvd., filed suit against Johnson
for $200 for services.
Miss Grace Dincher, 2830 W.
Harrison. St., seriously burned
when stove exploded in Lewis In
stitute cooking room. Thrown
across room.
Mrs. Mary Karabowski, 35,
2241 Lester av., stooped to tie
shoe. Killed by C. & N. W. train.
Dr. G. E. Fosberg arrested,
charged with assault and battery.
His auto struck and seriously in
jured W. B. Bains, bookkeeper,
Jan. 27.
Severe case of diphtheria found
in Juvenile Home, S. Halsted and
Ewing sts. Home is under quar
antine. Major J. J. Cairns, adjutant
general Third Brigade, 111. Xat'l
Guard, is dead. Fell from plat
form of N. W. "L" station Mon
day. Fred Thurston, janitor at 825
Addison st., attacked by 3 men
near Town, HaJL police statical,

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