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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 03, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Estimated 150,000 Chicagoans
rushsd to bathing beaches yesterday.
D. Junt, 753 Brompton av., robbed
of $50 by dips on Madison st car.
Mother and sister of Gus Balzer,
drowned in Iowa Falls, la., sought in
Wilbur Glenn Voliva cited world
war to back up statement that John
Alexander Dowie was "Elijah the Re
storer." A. Schulte's cigar store, 146 N.
Dearborn, robbed of $58.
Sophia Broebstle, 14, 4432 N.
Avers av., still missing.
John McDonald, dishwasher, ar
rested on charge of annoying little
Victor Salmi and Sonny Wolfe,
both 10, Gary, Ind., hurt by cannon
James Callis, Forest Park, robbed
of gold watch by dips.
Friends believe divorce bill filed by
Maj. H. W. Mahan, South Side bank
er, will not be fought by Mrs. Mahan,
now in California.
Gertrude Miller, 2935 Southport
av., hurt by auto.
Chas. Keske shot in legt before be
ing arrested by Officer John Kaka
zek. Shct at policeman first,, then
ran. Believed demented.
Geo. P. Wylie, 3842 Wilcox av.,
sup't Tabernacle Baptist Sunday
school, hasn't missed Sunday school
in 25 years.
W. R. Snyder, 1822 E. 68th st, lost
Chas. Posch, 1739 Hudson av., sui
Edw. Stock, Gary banker, dropped
Autos of Fernando Pritts, 2604 N.
Rockwell, and E. E. Rockebrand,
1204 Addison, crashed. Both men
Agnes F. Gray, inmate of Bride
well, said she gave Dolores Drew, 22,
bank book and told her to withdraw
$75 from bank and that Dolores did,
but kept money. Dolores arrested.
Edelweiss Gardens management
pleading with mayor to give them a
license before he goes south.
Death of J. W. Barrell, son of Fin
ley Barren, in Illinois river, caused
by heart failure, not drowning.
Body of Adolph Treichel, 72, 3836
S. Wood st, found in Lincoln park
lagoon. Believed suicide.
Anthony D'Andrea, pres. of miners
and tunnelers' union, arrested on
charge of carrying gun.
Mayor Thompson and political
pals will attend cowboy roundup at
Las Vegas, N. M., this week.
I. C. road reports loss of box car
containing 900 lbs. of tin.
Rev. John B. Scanlan appointed
pastor of St. Dorothy's R. C. church,
new South Side parish.
Wm. Morris, 662 N. Clark, robbed
of cigars-and bottled goods. Blames
new porter who has disappeared.
Motorcycle Policeman Devilla
Brookes shot and wounded while
pursuing 'thieves who stole Edw
Cudahy's auto in Lake Forest Car
Jos. Martyzaney, 16, 1929 W. Su
perior, confessed to auto robberies.
Partly implicated Frank McGee, 16.
Eight other men and boys held by
Marie Tennessee, 910 W. Congress,
found dead in bed. Alcoholism.
Adolph Dittman, 2822 Barry a.vH
Gus Frieberg, 66, jeweler, 5516 &
State, found dead in bed. Heart
Rogers Park churches to demand
that mayor close saloon in North
western univ. four-mile limit
City Morris Eller got diamond staij
Unidentified man shot and killed
himself in Lincoln, park. Initials S
C. B. found on lodge pin.
Lincoln park board may offer Cy
De Vry salary increase to stay as
Louis Berger, 1841 W. Taylor; Wm.
Telman, 1230 S, Kedzie ay., and Otto