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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 26, 1913, Image 5

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Detectives and members of Second
Regiment, Illinois National Guard,
began search for Capt. Wm. Ramaker
of Company C, who disappeared
Thursday evening after telling his
wife he was going to Graham's Bank
to deposit $450.
W. L. McCutcheon, 6604 Normal
av., automobile salesman who took
bichloride ,of mercury for aspirin, de
clared out of danger.
In his fight to prevent extradition,
Edmund E. C. Von Klein, accused by
Ethel Newcomb of marrying her and
stealing $3,500 worth of diamonds,
will declare that woman posed in
Chicago as wife of Dr. G. P. Whitfield
of Baltimore.
Dean Walter T. Sumner, chairman
of school management body, says he
does not intend to resign. Will take
part in text book squabble.
600 persons who paid $1 each to
see two ten-round prize fights at Tes
siville Grove went away disappointed
Six deputy sheriffs stopped fight.
Wladyslaw Dubarek and Katy
Kruda, best man and bridesmaid on
way to wedding perhaps fatally in
jured when carriage was struck by
passenger train.
Chaffeur of auto No. 20,694 ran
into post and wrecked his machine
to avoid striking boy.
Need of separate hospital for con
sumptives of Jewish race emphasized
at meeting of the Jewish Consump
tive Relief Society at Hotel Sherman.
Residents of Oak Park will open
new park, June 7, with Sunday
school carnival.
Kourney Kerar, 632 W. 12th st,
cut on head and face in fight with
several men in dance hall at W. 12th
and S. Desplaines sts.
Burglars carried away jewelry
worth $20,000 from home of Wm. JL
Yager, 631 Rushst, after cutting
electric wires and locking servants in
their quarters.
, PU?e baffled by strange disap
pearance of Capt William Ramaker,
2nd Regiment, who walked out of his
home, 4332 Fournoy st, Thursday
and has not been heard of since.
Col. Roosevelt and party stopped
here on way to suit for libel against
George A. Newett, editor, at Mar
quette, Mich. Policeman would not
let party in Lincoln Park Zoo after
Policeman Richter and Olson,
Hudson avenue station, had narrow
escape in battle on rooftop with
George Knoepple, 765 TJhland St.,
who had become suddenly insane.
Allen Crippen, 4247 E. Ravenswood
Park av., and Thomas Mize, 12, badly
injured when their motorcycle was
struck by auto owned and driven by
Mrs. Henry Redden, 5939 Redway
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Mrs. Martha Lieberman, 60, and
Lilian Jacobs, her 17-months-old
adopted daughter, lost their lives, and
five others were badly burned in a
fire that destroyed a building occu
pied by a grocery store and home at'
Cicero, a suburb.
Fire broke out in the store of John
Spoon and swept upward into the
rooms occupied, by the Lieberman
family on the second floor. Lieber
man, 58, the husband, and Harry
Lieberman, 18, s. son, failed in an
attempt to rescue Mrs. Lieberman
and the baby, who were sleeping in
a room .in the rear of the building.
Both were badly burned and Capt.
Thomas Dooley of an engine com
pany was burned about the face. Two
firemen were burned.
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Fifteen thousand scarlet, women
ply their trade in one borough of
New York, according to young John-I
ny Rockefeller's investigating com
mission. The average number of
"customers entertained" is 10 per
day, - ;
Stei-ifc-t . - -.

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