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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 14, 1913, Image 3

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Seven persons hurt when borhbf ex
ploded in building at 245 W. 24th -st.
$1,500 loss. No clew to who placed
Policeman B. J. Krycek, 4146 43rd
av., struck by auto while on duty in
loop;- Severely hurt. G. M. D: Gou
dle, 2655 Rhine st, driver, arrested..
Policeman E P. Elliott, 1750 Au
gusta St., struck by wagon while on
duty in loop. Slightly injured.
Policeman M. J.. O'Connell, 5159 S.
Aberdeen. St., fell and was slightly
hurt while on duty in loop.
Mrs. Louise Poster, 2941 Dear
born St., seriously bruised by street
Police looking for Theodore Lacy,
chief of Convict" Board of State of
Alabama, alleged to have taken
$150,000 of the board's fundsi Be
lieved here or on.his way here.
Burglars' blew' safe, in office of J.
Halsted & Co., 1233-35 W., Randolph
st.. Got $100 and several thousand
dollars'' worth of bonds and insurance
papers. y
M. S Hill, masoru at .new Con
tinental and". Commercial bank build
ing,. 5th av. and Adams st., seriously
injured when irqn bar, fell on his
head. - J
'Col. W. Fr'Cody (Buffalo Bill) ar
rived here today to attend meeting of
the Showman's League.of America".
Stephen Monihan, just released
from Bridewell, shot and killed his
wife, Katherine, in front of home of
her brother, D. Garbih, 2416 Green
shaw st Arrested.' , . i
Mrs. -Ella Curran, 3205 Park av.,
victim.of woman fake solicitor for St
Anne's shrine. , '
North Branch Flooring Co.. suing
County Commissioner Peter Bartzen
and P. S. Bartzen for. $2,000. , Bill for
flooring house. . ,
Sy'erre Mathiessen, clerk in . Civil
Service Commission, fired' because he
"'couldn't, wake up in the. morning."
Miss Ethel Crawford 'arrested, at
ed her up and telling her he was a
N. Y. salesman and wanted to play
.whist with her. Charged with swind
ling many people in whist game!
Chas. Ward sentenced some time
ago to Leavenworth prison for 18
months for forging money order.
Wrote appeal by letter asking to be
sent to county jail so he could earn
50 cents a day for his wife and four
children. Appeal granted and senr
tence reduced io 12 months.,
C. P. Hanson, chauffeur-for C: J.
Wolff of the L. Wolrf Mnfg. Co., ar
rested for speeding! Fined $10.
Strike vote taken last " night by
committee -of switchmen of 19 rail
ways entering Chicago. 5,000 switch
men, switchtenders and others are
involved. Vote to be returned Tues
day. J. Fanta, 2414 Whipple st., and
J. Stannkiewicz, 1244 Blanche st, -fined
$200 each. Violated building
Police searching for Miss Martha
Grsybowski, 15, 8439 Ontario av.
Missing since" March 9.
Louis Lovitz, Center av., junk
dealer, fined $25 and costs. Scale
was "fixed" so no article could weigh
over 25 pounds.
Coroner's jury concluded its in
quiry without solving death of Max
Mansfield, who was shot and killed
in his.junkshop, 834 S. Jefferson st,
on Jan. 5.
Frank, Dressier sentenced to 45
days 'in jail for violation of Mann
white slave act Charged with
bringing his wife here from San
Francisco for immoral purposes.
Roman Dowes, 21, 2969 N.,tawn
dale av., teamster,, fined $200 and
costs. Arrested on complaint of Mrs.
Charlotte Mazzei, 2259 N-.50th av;
Mrs. Robert Banart, 50, 3234 Car
roll av., attempted suicide by trying '
to jump into lagoon at Lincoln park.'
Dress caught oh fence and" held her.
,Fred.,Schrag,. 231 Collins stir Blue.
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