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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 01, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
4,497 marriage licenses issued in
June, 638 more than June, 1915.
Emil Roehm, who deserted family
five months ago in Cincinnati, caught
Henry Backus, 658 Root st, pri
vate in 7th reg't, accidently shot in
Camp Dunne, brought home.
Mrs. Martie Kartak, 2422 S. Pauld
ing av., turned ongas and killed her
self and three small children. Eman
uel Kartak, husband, could give no
k Bert Wells, 5832 Prairie av., ar
rested on charge of operating hand
book. Federal revenue office collected
$27,000,000 during past fiscal year.
' Margaret Donohue, 6, held in the
Btockyards police station. Lost.
Isadore Friedman, 17, 3224 W. 12th
St., arrested in Marshall Field annex
ton charge of snatching purses.
Guissepi Carpane, 1004 Lytle,
.found shot to death in prairie near
'Blue Island. $600 missinp.
, Windsor Park bathing beach ap
proved by finance committee.
, Cy De Vry, Lincoln Park zoo boss,
reported about to quit to take job
with Selig Motion Picture Co. as
guardian of their zoo.
v Judge Kickham Scanlan will be
chief justice of circuit court for the
Mrs. J. F. Russell, Marengo, Wis.,
"found wandering in Evanston. Given
lodging in police station.
Horace Briley, charged with em
bezzling $1,200 from John R. Thompson-
Co., released on bail.
Arthur N. Navarre, alias Dare,
found guilty of, passing bogus $572
checkon Ft. Dearborn National bank.
May get sentence of from one to ten
1 Walter McGrail, 9, 1816 S. Wabash
av., hurt by taxicab owned by Owen
H. Fay Livery Co.
Mrs. Harriet Stone and Mrs. Stella
Stone, 855 N. Avers av., arrested as
EhopUfters on complaint of The Fair.
City officials, including mayor, to
inspect lake cribs Sunday.
David Breliant, 8459 Buffalo av.,
lost saloon license. Walter Ganczek
died after drinking 11 whiskies on.
bet in place.
Isadore Silberg, 1221 Sangamon
lost $200 to con men.
Claude Williams, 2841 N. Sawyer
av., deaf mute motorcycle speeder,
given 30 minutes' sentence by Judge
Richard Becker, 5100 N. Western
av., censored by coroner's jury for
carelessly driving auto into truss of
Lawrence av. bridge. N. P. Kruch
ten, riding with Becker, was killed in
Frederick Biederman rescued
from river at North av. Says he was
attacked and thrown in river.
Eleanor Mclntyre, 7, 1937 W, Chi
cago av., killed by street car.
E. J. Shanley, chairman of statd
board of live stock commissioners,
Frank McComber, Hammond,
Earl La Fortaine confessed to at
tempted burglary on home of Earl H.
Reynolds, 1235 Astor st Named
Jimmy Campbell as accomplice, but
cleared Mrs. E. L. Geisel, arrested
Kenilworth citizens say they can't
see idea of building expensive roads
for use of Chicago autoists.
W. H. Sexton, former corporation"
counse?, engaged by Edelweiss gar-!
dens in license fight.
Benj. Mulkern, 2 E. Grand av., one
legged man, had fight with man wita"
two crutches. Stabbed in throat.
Arthur B. McCoid, anti-saloon re
former, urged by friends to run fo
Body of unidentified boy, about 10
years old, found in canal at S. Paul
Mrs. Grace Dietz, on behalf of self
and two children, sued brother-in-law,
John Dietz, for $10,000 undeg