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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 24, 1913, Image 6

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Thieves entered home of Rev.
J. P. McGlenahan. Got valuable
personal effects and dozen ser
mons. Sent back personal effects.
Kept sermons.
Three horses burned in barn in
rear of 828 Gault ct. Explosion.
Black Hand blamed.
Robbers wrecked safe today in
store of F. W. Woolworth & Co.,
217 S. State st Got $200.
Score of men, women and chil
dren trapped in 3-story bldg.,
1231 W. Erie St., today by fire.
Rescued. No one hurt. Flames
spread to adjoining buildings.
Large loss. .
Pasquale Gentele, 727 Forquer
St., attempted suicide. Quarreled
with his wife. Drank two quars
of whisky. Cut throat. May die.
Michael Constantino, 337 W.
22d St., died today from bullet
wound received Feb. 11. Shot by
former friend. Tony Daumtie
being sought.
Wm. Guggenheim, N. Y. and
Colorado, won divorce suit today
from Mrs. Grace Herbert-Gug-genheim-Wahl
in the Circuit
Chas. Brayner and wife, 4600
Indiana av., arrested today after
confession of Teddy Webb.
George Traxler, 38, 504 E. 88th
St., motorman, killed by Cottage
Grove av. car.
Choro Christie, 20, 1551 W. Di
vision st, severely hurt by auto.
Hospital. Auto did not stop.
A. Fochette and wife, 1532 Cor
nelia st., and his brother, Con
Mantine, arrested after each man
had cut the other during fight.
Mrs. Fochette slightly bruised
trying to stop them.
Walter Green, 8756 Buffalo av.,
lineman for Illinois Steel Co., fell
from pole in the company's yards.
First Asst. U. S. Atty. Gen. J.
Q. Thompson ill at Stratford
Hotel with acute uraemia. May
J. C. Orin, land salesman, Mich
igan, attempted suicide in Van
Buren Hotel. Gun. Hospital.
Robbers in home of Mrs. Mary
Eoshinski, 1411 Emma st. Tor
tured her until she fold where
money was. Escaped With $50.
Wm. Methe, 55, police officer of
Desplaines st. station died sud-w
denly at his home, 4039 W. Con
gress st. Heart disease.
Wm. Miller, teamster, 803 N.
Clark st., arrested. Alleged to
have attacked Catherine Gold
stein, 17, 1415 W. Randolph st.
Fred Krods, 1958 S. Kedzie av.,
died suddenly in barber chair at
1914 S. Kedzie av. Heart disease.
Ledwig Diehl, 27, arrested for
taking off 3hoes, hat and coat and
walking on ice in lake. Insane.
Harry Gieshaber, 58, watch
man for Tonk Mfg. Co., fright
ened to death by story.being told
by W. Glar&a, fellow watchman,
who was bound and gagged and
knocked unconscious. Robbers
escaped with checks for $250
Gilbert Hupfeld, alias Parret
Sparks, arrested in Kansas Citv
and brought here. Charged with
auto stealing.
Relatives of Frank Schram, 36,
glassblower; 4207 N. Robey st:,

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