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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 28, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mayor Thompson will meet 100
members of Chicago Boys' club to
praise their work.
. Auto of Prof. John Doane, North
western "U," stolen just after he in
sured it for $1,000.
- Two caddies returned $500 lost by.
jaay gouer at soutn anore uountry
club and received 50 cents as tip.
Att'y Wm. Purr.y turned down an
offer to become director general of
finances of Haiti.
David E. Shanahan is not going to
run for state auditor.
Minnie Kleiman, who found -father
in Syracuse, N. Y., through aid of
Mayor Mitchel, New York, has run
N. D. Parker, 5039 Cullom av., ar
rested on charges of con game, cov
ering about $3,000.
Judge Scan I an, now hearing labor
cases, said he and his family have
received anonymous threats.
Fred Reiser, 2134 Polk st, arrest
ed on charge of stealing $100 jewelry
from American Express Co., for
which he worked.
Aid. Capitain has found five whole
sale liquor licenses issued in "dry"
territory north of Devon av.
Edelweiss gardens opened without
music. Failed to get amusement li
cense. Reformers fighting gardens.
Henry S. McCauley, Chicago att'y,
died in Missoula, Mont., from over
dose of medicine.
Archbishop Mundelein issued Ban
against Catholic priests attending
Celeste Paulette, 4th member of
family to elope, sued Leroy J. Mayer
for divorce. Married April, 1915.
Roger Sullivan may not put up a
candidate against Gov. Dunne, ac
cording to rumor.
Alex Zacharewich, 2638 Elston av.,
shot in lung during quarrel with W.
Fzozetanick. Latter arrested.
Evanston residents want bridle
path in Evanston Park.
Raymond E. Ferrin divorced when
wife said he beat her because she
didn't cook eggs to suit him.
Viola Jonzeek run down in Evans
ton by auto driven by M. M. Clamm.
Harry W. Kane, said, to be weal
thy, divorced on wife's charge of de
sertion. Mayor restored license of M. J.
White, owner of Log Cabin saloon,
331 S. Clark. Revoked week ago
for having women in place.
City prosecutor started suits
against Abe Klein, 41 N. 5th av.;
Frank Smedberg, 32 N. 5th av.; Cal
lasimi & Sabatello, 2359 W. Chicago
av., and T. O. Bodkin, 3208 N. Shefr
field, saloonkeepers. Violation of 1
a. m. law charged.
Eli Lappema, 15, 525 Taylor St.,
arrested on suspicion of planning de
livery of prisoners at Juvenile Deten
Henry J. Stross, 63, 2130 Hudson
av., veteran musician, dead. Pto
Thos. E. Lynch, 4559 S. Halsted,
first on list of foremen of city con
struction laborers. Job pays $2,100
John Van Filburg, former fire cap
tain, who jumped bonds after arrest
three years ago, caught in Wabash,
Mrs. Bessie Green, 14 E. Illinois st,
arrested on charge of cutting hus
band, James, with razor. He may
Phil Spangenburgg, saloonkeeper,
744 N. Clark, freed of oharge of sell
ing liquor without license at Indus
trial A. C.
Walter Kucharski, saloonkeeper,
4559 S. Ashland, arrested on charge
of allowing immoral women to fre
Max Dwerski, dry goods merchant,
arrested for keeping store open In
violation of Evanston "blue laws,"
freed. Ordinance held unconstitu
tional. John C. De Wolfe, W. Hammond
city att'y, and Rob't E. Wood, sue