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eph Russa, 19, 2321 Wentworth, cut
Unidentified man, 60, killed by
James Gaffney, laborer -609 N.
State St., killed by car.
Carl Nelson, 1432 N. Clark st.,
struck by car. Thrown 10 feet. Cut
Three insane men left Chicago
State Hospital without leave. None
J. K. Miller and W. Caldwell releas
ed by Judge Mahoney in sunrise
Bismarck, bull dog adopted baby
Efron, 1, 1060 Maxwell st. Mother
wanted baby. Dog bit her. Dog
Edw. Leary, 43, 1422 W. 14th st.,
struck by auto. Slightly injured.
Thirteen women arrested in raids
last night in South Side district
State tax board called a farce. It's
said that personal property commit
tee has made no change in assess
ment for several years.
Patrick Coyle, 75, 1466 Indiana av.t
walked through second story window,
Mrs. Mary Timlim, 43, killed. Fell
from third-story window
John Bataglia, 815 Milton av., stab
bed 21 times. Died. Giochiono Sciara
Mrs. Helen G. Alexander, 45, de
gress, arrested. Unable to tell ad
dress. Had $185.
Dr. John Harper, 3638 Forest av
robbed. $36, ring and pin valued at
Samuel Bomble robbed by three
negroes. $12 gone.
Frank Kilke, 3252 S. Morgan, rob
bed. $2 and $25 watch.
Robert J. Campbell, 117 E. 20th str,
suicide in Boston. Despondent. Quit
job. tost $250,000.
,A. H. Harding, 1401 LaSalle av.,
arrested. Larceny. Said to have
taken $18 and ring.
Eight hundred babies born in
County Maternity Hospital in 1913.
Not a mother lost her life.
Ostensorlum dedicated for bless
ings at St. Rita's Church. 300 widows
said to have given wedding rings
Judge Fry claims speeders have
pull. Advocates jail sentences.
Blames prosecuting officers for lack
Bishop McGavick condemns rag
time and teaching of sex hygiene.
Says people "would suffer from epi
demic of impurity.
Chauncey C. Foster sued again.
Claims he is "love goat." Has al
ready paid $3,500 alimony.
Einer Kirkeby, 38, 3214 W. North
av., dead. Gas.
Chas. Dooley, negro held at Wood
lawn station, confessed burglary.
Police believe him murderer.
Mothers' Club endorsed sex talk
and adopted resolution to that effect.
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HOW DO YOU WANT HIM TO POP
A young ladyy who lives on Flori
mond street says that, to win her,
her Prince Charming has got to say:
"Listen little girl. I have a nice cot
tage and money enough to take us
through life. Let's get married. I
have the rings."
That's brief and to the point, all
No, come on girls. Confess! How
would you like your lover t oask you
to be his partner for life? Write
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posal Editor of The Day Book. We
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South Bend, Ind, Mail valued at
between $30,000 and $70,000 stolen
from eastbound Michigan Central
Denver, Col. Major Oliver P. Wig
gins, 90, Denver's first resident pio
neer, scout and soldier, dead.
Washington. Supreme Court ruled
proceeds from sale of mine ores are
Detroit, Mich. 290 cases of diph
theria on record.