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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 08, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Wm. H. Lohrer, 21, 1409 E. 47th,
drowned while swimming at Jackson
park beach. Mother widowed eight
Albert G. Spalding, adopted son of
late sporting goods man, killed in ac
tion as member of British army.
Safeblowers wrecked safe and
started fire at Arcade bldg., 20-28 S.
Clark st Guests of Chicago hotel
routed. $50,000 damage.
Frank Carrabia, 1127 Milton st.,
killed and Frank Speziale wounded in
."Little Italy" shooting. Polito Muz
zicacara, 1129 Milton av., arrested.
Rob't Urbine, Ft. Worth, Tex., in
city one day, lost $200. Pickpockets.
Mrs. Amelia Razek, 6318 S. Seeley
av., tried suicide by gas. May recov
er. Despondent over son's death.
Judge Newcomer will address wel
fare meeting under auspices of M. E.
church at Diversey blvd. and Semi-1
David Wepert, who started fight in
Hocman hotel, 155 W. Ontario, when
people objected to his insulting the
American flag, arrested.
John W. Simonds arrested here on
charge of forging name of employer,
Mrs. R. Zeller, N. Y., to checks.
Trapped because one eye is larger
Call sent out to reserve men of the
regular army list
Morton D. Hull, C. O. P. candidate
for governor, says he's for suffrage
. and Chicago home rule.
Mrs. M. Witty, Oak Park, swal
lowed disinfectant by mistake. Seri
Judge Jos. K. Fitch elected chief
justice of criminal court. Chas.
Steinworth named jury commis
sioner. Mrs. Emma Pickens, 40, 5027 Irv
ing Park blvd., suicide. Gas. Ill
John V. Steger, piano man, left
Young People's Baptist union
.cheered name of Chas. E. Hughes.
Beatrice Tumas, 2, 2240 W. 23d pU
overturned pan of boiling water. Died
Huberty & Luhenreich, building
contractors, filed bankruptcy peti
tion. Raymond Dull, Jr.t 14, La Grange
drowned at Duquoin, 111.
No change in condition of W. J
Calhoun, former 'minister to China.
Four carloads of munitions intend
ed for shipment to Mexicans report-
ed seized by local U. S. agents.
Mr. and Mrs. Joel Lindemann cele-'
brated 75th wedding anniversary at
St. Ann's Home, Techny, HI.
Bishop Thos. Nicholson, speaking
at Methodist campmeeting at Des
plaines, 111., said more liberal ideas
were needed for young people.
Widow and two children of Cor
nelius J. Lynch, killed by street car,
awarded $10,000 in Judge McKihley'a
Amos Brichett, elevator operator
234 S., 5th av., stuck head out o
shaft as car was going up. Killed.
Clara Roberts, lady barber, ar
rested on charge of stealing $10
from Ollie Smith, Waukesha, Wis.
Detective J. F. Purcell has dis
guised himself as college boy to hunt
thief who has stolen $200 worth of
articles from Bartlett gym, Chicago
Edw. D. Singer, Wentworth Av
Savings Bank, wanted on charge of
disposing of mortgage property, sur
rendered to police.
Sanfrid Harnstrom, real estate
man, accused of cruelty in divorce;
bill of Mrs. Emilie Harnstrom.
Oak Parkers raised $2,132 fund
for widow of Policeman Herman Mal
low, killed by auto bandit
Isadore Hejmorvitz, 5, 911 S. Pau
lina, killed by heavy wagon which
disappeared. Police searching for
been wagon seen in neignborhood.
Blanche Harpert, 303 S. Halsted,
caused arrest 'of Chas. MonUel ori
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