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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 26, 1913, Image 4

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yell and fined $1 and costs for vio
lation or paroie..
John Julian, waiter in Hamilton
Club, aVrested when caught stealing
linen. - 30 days in Bridewell.
Well-dressed woman left week-old
baby in Marshall Field's department
store. Taken to St Vincent's Or
phanage. . Mrs. Cleo F. Clancy, 19, 5385 Mil
waukee av., tried' to start fire in
kitchen stove with.kerosene. May die.
Reuben MillerTH, 2626 W. 21st St.,
fell Into hot water vat on March 22.
Mrs. A. B. Fowler, wife of janitor
at 4459 Calumet av., suicide. Gun.
GazecT'by'pain received when she fell
ami hurt crippled leg..
Two burglars entered tailor shop
of J. Holtz, 1929 W. Van Buren st.
Revolver battle. They escaped. Hbltz
believed he shot one.
Captain Halpin of detective bureau
is back from Hot Springs. Still on the
sick list. k
C. Slimm, chauffeur, fined $10 and
costs for speeding?
Andrew Babich, alias Andrew Col
ona, machinist, .arrested at Harvey,
HI., charged with swindling "govern
ment by means of forgery.
Eugene Johnson, negro barber and
wife, arrested charged with operating
confidence game.
Miss Anna Johnson, 24, 3633 W.
51st St., identified Wm. Stanley, ne
gro, as- the man who beat, bound,
gagged and robbed her Sunday night.
Mob threatened to hang Stanley. Po
licemen saved him.
W. Gilbert, 26, 321 Hill st., and
Mrs. Jeanette Frank; 3461W. Jack
son blvd., fined $50 and"" costs on
charge of disorderly conduct. Arrest
ed together in the Ontario Hotel, 616
N. Clark st, V
Wm. Goede, 70, 1444 N. Rockwell
St., suicide. Hung himself to gas jet.
Peter DeWitt, 61, 6138 "S. San
gamon st., died 'in ambulance on his
way to hospital.
. Frand SI Spitler, secretary White
City Elec. Copaid unexpected, visit
to. wife at .Miami, Fla, Found another
man. Divorce;
M. Rubin, K. Kaplan and C. Kap
lan injured going to wedding. Chicago
av. car struck carriage.
Ansel Livingston, 13, 756 DeKoven
St., started for Klondike with ?5. Ar-
rested in depot. Home again.
Harold Hossfeld, messenger boy-,
6815 S. Wabash av., severely hurt
when auto struck his bicycle.
Frarjk Trievess, invalid, 110 Maren
go av., sat up in bed" to wash teeth
with carbolic acid. Fell back. Swal
lowed the acid. Dead,
H. J." Brush, president pioneer
stockyards commission , house of
Brush, Son '& Co.-, dead. Gas. Accidental.-
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S. and J. Roos, brothers, arrested
in Omaha, Neb.in ponnectiqn with
arson trust .investlgatibn here"."'
. With the exception of three rail
roads leaving and entering' this cityr
railroad traffic is completely tied up.
The New York Central line, which
runs "mostly along the lake, has en
countered little trouble and is one of
the few roads that is in running con
dition. No trains of the, Big Four
Line left here last night. Trains No.
43 and 35 are reported "somewhere .
along the Wabash."
Eight trains on the Pennsylvania
line bound for Chicago were sent
back to their starting places Jo re
main until after the floods. .
It is -believed that the New York
Central line will be tied up soon.
The Desplaines River west of Chi
cago has overrun its banks. Several
losses have alreadv been rieborted.
"Many houses, along the becrfks of the
river .nave Deen carnep away;
During a teleeranh conversation
with Chicago officeythe operator at
,Lqgansport, nd., told about the
storm tnreatemng me Pennsylvania
station there, and cut o iri. the mid
dle by saying i "Can't stay longer
station may collapse, any minute."

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