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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mrs. Mena Mallette, 655 E. 50th
St., died from illegal operation. Ac
cused midwife.
Two holdup men, believed to be fa
ther and son, got $25 from Lawrence
Zeeman, druggist, 3821 W. 18th.
Paul Kellner, Town Hall station
policeman, hurt in street car crash.
Merely late for roll call.
Samuel Bernstein, diamond mer
chant, accused John P. Gordon 3000
Michigan blvd., of robbing him in the
Auditorium hotel bar. Gordon ar
rested. Believed to be "Neil McDou
gall," "fox trot robber."
Charles Rose, Canadian soldier,
married Anna Brannan. Skipped
later with $1,200, two rings and a
watch of wife's. Arrested.
Five men caught in stolen auto be
longing to John King, Joliet con
tractor. State's Att'y Hoyne says auto thief
gang may contain 200.
Walter Schletter, Lake Linden,
Mich., grabbed just as he was about
to commit suicide in Grant hotel.
Despondent Out of work.
Woman's Trade Union league
wants city council to arrange for at
least three symphony concerts week
ly at municipal"pier.
Five thousand shriners .stopped off
in Chicago on way to annual meeting
in Buffalo. -
Walter Scheid, 1138 Drummond pi.,
shot in leg by Wood Lum, Chinese
waiter, 330 W. North av. Lum said
he though Scheid wasn't going to
pay for meaL
Irving SRIare, 3700 Grenshaw st,
arrested as pickpocket suspect on
complaint of W. M. Mosher, 12 S.
Whipple.
Lerot Sweetman, 1437 Harrison,
and Jas. Farrington, 230 S. Sanga
mon, arrested on charge of robbing
Jos. Madden, 1132 Adams, of 20
cents.
Wm. Terwilliger, Aurora, shot and
wounded bride of a month. Arrest
ed. She said she didn't love him. i
Herrry Swanson, Barrington, III.,
struck by train, died.
Melrose Parkers demand that C. J.
Wolf, village "president, fix time for
hearing of charges he preferred
against Henry Dein, village marshal
for 15 years. ' -.
2,300 now membership of Chicago K
Postoffice Clerks union; 76 new
members received yesterday.
Sig Tanski, 9, 8830 Exchange av.,
fell between two freight cars. Will
lose left leg.
John Pfeiffer, 7301 S. Racine av.,
lost $300 on street car. Pickpockets.
Geo. Kummer, sec'y Painters'
union, robbed of $1 by holdup men
who overlooked $300 of union's
money in inside pocket
Willard McCallister, 6257 Univer
sity av., grappled with men who tried,
to steal auto. Thief escaped.
Helen Snouffer, alias Helen Beck
er, daughter-of Cedar Rapids, la.,
banker, arrested on larceny charge,
said to be Mann act witness against
two wealthy men.
Geo. Gansinger, 4112 12th st,
shot at cat Hit Jos. Bauneis, 2054
Sawyer av., in leg.
Lake Forest society girls, led by
Lolita Armour, studying war nurs
ing. W. J. Calhoun, former minister to
China, who has been ill, recovering.
Sheriff Traeger had 20 deputies
keeping order in country towns yes-
terday.
125,000 visited municipal pier
yesterday. Unable to get any re
freshments. Juvenile Protective ass'n ' report
ed boys playing dice in rear of En- jv
glewood Inn, 6225 S. Halsted. "'
Jacob Nelson, 48, Kansas "City,
went cabareting. Lost $200. Owed
$10 taxi bilL Arrested.
Mrs. Jos. Nosek, 1230 S. Spring
field av., wife of militiaman now pn
border du gave birth to twins
Mr. and Mrs. A. Mulbeck, 6159
Wentworth av., and Mrs. Anna
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