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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Body of unidentified man, about
45, washed ashore in rear of home of
Alfred L. Baker, Lake Forest.
Mrs. Marion L. Davenport, 4123 El
lis av., wants divorce from John L.
Davenport, salesman. Suspects a
pretty young model.
Mrs. Caroline Snelling wants
$3,363 back alimony from ex-hubby,
Tom Snelling, Waukegan brewer.
Adolph Berg, 8027 Manistee av.,
employe Consumers Co., cut leg with
ice pick. Bled to death.
John R. Thompson, Jr., 22, started
as waiter in one of papa's restau
rants in order to learn business.
Lillian Perlman, 19, 1422 S. Clif
ton, arrested on charge of trying to
pass bad check.
Rob't Ferguson, 7, 811 Wells st,
fell into lake. Rescued by Policeman
Mrs. Helen Stevens divorced from
Clarence L. Stevens, Refused all-
Ceo. Schultz ran away from indus
trial school at Lansing, Mich., Sat
urday. Has lived on bottle of milk.
Will be sent back.
Wm. O'Grady, driver of Engine No.
98, thrown fifty feet when engine ran
into "safety isle" at Chicago av. and
Lincoln pkwy. to avoid hitting chil
dren. "Big Jim," old fire horse, killed.
State's Att'y Hoyne and Att'y Gen.
Lucey investigating frauds put over
on state examining commissions.
J. Peterson, Franklin Park saloon-
' keeper, lost $4,000 in fake wrestling
match. Suicide. Jumped under train.
Jas. Bidwill, 3126 Madison, circu
lating petitions for Wm. Lorimer for
Fifteen indicted by grand jury for
Dr. John H. Kincaid, physician,
4705 N. Robey, sued for $25,000. dam
ages by Mrs. Mary Leeson, 4547 N.
Claremont av. "Careles diagnosis" is
Duke Hidges, 5853 Wentworth av.,
hurt when elevator fell in Baker
bldg., 618 W. Jackson blvd.
Harry Mack, Alaska, fined $100 on
charge of taking liberties with 8-year-old
girl in Plaza theater, 308 W.
Carl C. Shropshire, Creston, la.,
held on forgery charge, broke out
with measles in S. Clark sL station.
Chas. F. Hammond,- 2888 Archer
av., suicide. Gas. Ill health.
Peter Kolb, 2929 Polk, injured.
Street car hit wagon.
Mrs. Hena Mallette, 653 E. 50th,
died of poisoning caused by abortion,
coroner's jury verdict Police prob
ing. Mayor revoked saloon licenses of
Sam Carnesechi, 511 N. Halsted, and
S. D. Seideman, 138 S. Halsted.
Harold Kries, 5, 1329 Kedzie av.,
fell while sliding down banister.
Herbert Wert, 235 W. 25th, and
Wni Plinske, 2712 Princeton av., ar
rested, riding stolen bicycles.
Sidney Breese wants divorce from
Alma Breese. Says she made him do
Mathew Mattes, 225 W. 53d, died
from auto accident injuries.
Norman Herlihy exonerated from
auto accident that caused death of
Frank Reinert, 7.
Fire caused small damage to New
Richmond hotel, 405 N. Clark. Ac
tress curling hair started blaze.
H. E. Dickinson, agent of M. & O.
railroad, accused Alfred Holpener,
1040 Leland av., of taking railroad
passes. Walloped him. Arrested.
Edward D. Shurtleff, veteran mem
ber of Illinois legislature, will not be
Geo. Stewart, wanted in New
burgh, N. Y., for disposing of $400
worth of goods, arrested in federal
John W. Beckwith will be named
by Gov. Dunne for Sabath vacancy
on Municipal bench.
Robt Clark, 2012 N. Racine av.,
whose auto caused death Qf Lwis