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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 29, 1913, Image 7

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Man believed to be Charles W.
Moore, court reporter, 6 N. Clark St.,
found In street suffering from effects
of choraL Revived at St. Luke's Hos
pital. Said he met young woman and
went to cafe. All he remembered.
Had a watch and $18 when he met
the woman.
Edmund Levine,.851 W. Monroe st.,
and Carl Justine, 2822 W. Lake, ar
rested early today after they fought
dagger duel at Madison and Sanga
mon sts. Said to have quarreled over
Justine's wife. Both men slightly cut.
Driver Carl Alsterund and Police
man Frank Vocke bruised about head
and body when patrol of Rogers Park
station was overturned by street car
at Southport and Devon avs. Patrol
was answering burglar -alarm. Bur
glars escaped. f
J. F. Floyd, Elkhart, Ind., switch
man on Lake Shore & Michigan
Southern, instantly killed 'when he
fell under train at 71st st.
Three bandits tossed brick through
window of Empire Loan Bank, 649
N. Clark st., stripped show windows
and used guns they stole to fight off
policemen. Escaped after pursuit.
. Mrs. Frieda Kuehne, owner of deli
catessen store at 445 W. Chicago av.,
found cash register gone when she
went to ring up sale this morning.
Discovered in hallway on third floor.
Body of Miss Alice Lees, who com
mitted suicide at foot of Greenleaf
av.', Rogers Park; taken to her home
in Alma, Was., by her brother, Attor
ney Edward Lees of at city.
August Buhr, saloonkeeper, 3758
N. Albany av.,. locked up in ice box
early today by lone bandit. Thief
took $26.60 from cash register.
William Finerock, 2319 N. Seeley
av., robbed of $15 and beaten by two
robbers at.LaSalle av.and W. Ohio st.
Two men who shot and killed
Michael Orsino in Blue Island Sun
day as he was escaping from police
man exonerated by coroner's jury.
Claimed self-defense. Shooting cli
max of feud extending over several
Mayor . Harrison returned from
Michigan yesterday and immediately
wrote to Mrs. Ella Flagg Young ask
ing her to remain as supt. of schools.
Electric runabout driven by Mrs.
Hester Brown, 427 Oakdale av.,
struck and injured woman registered
at Stratford Hotel as "Miss E. Mac
Gregor, Boise, Idaho." Accident oc
curred at Congress and Michigan.
Man thought to be Rubin Schuster,
1407 S. Morgan St., suicide. Carbolic
Nine arrested as result of auto cru
sade yesterday.
Samuel Friedman, 2432 W. Harri
son St., stabbed three times and rob
bed of $5 by four men at 12th st
station of Metropolitan road.
$20,000 damages in West Ham
mond fire caused by boy smoking
cigaret In barn.
Theodore Leider, 3, 1315 Washing
ton st., Evanston, drowned in Beck
er's pond, Main st. and Florence av.
Brotherhood of Locomotive Engi
neers, also the engineers' organiza
tion, may call out 700 men employed
by Belt Railway and Chicago & West
ern Indiana unless wage increase is
Mrs. Esther Detchon granted di
vorce and about $150,000 alimony
from Seymour D. Detchon, wealthy
real estate dealer.
-. Andrew Anderson, rooming house
keeper, 1657 W. Adams st, suicide.
Cut throat with razor.
Frank Fregal, 12, 2849 S. Ridge
way av slipped and fell into drain
age canal at S. Lawndale av.
Violet Sanderson, 4, who was one
of nine persons injured "when train
struck auto at Sugar Grove, HI., is
dying in Aurora Hospital. One other
child already dead.
Concert in Jackson Park tonight.
At Garfield tomorrow night, ,

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