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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:33; sunset, 7:20. ,
Stanley Wyga, 852 S. May, fell
while carrying pail of scalding water.
.John Pugh, blacksmith", 2842 W.
39th pi., killed in fall from ladder,
Sante Fe yards.
Rob't Gleason, 167 N. Carpenter,
seized by employes of American
Lady Corset Co., 206 W. Adams, as
he was leaving building with two
Anton Mallinger, contractor, 5414
W. Walton, sued for $20,000 by Miss
Emma Feid, 4223 N. Albany av. Al
leged breach of promise.
B. & O. engine crew and switch
man charged with manslaughter in
connection with B. & O. engine back
ing into I. C. theater train, killing
Mrs. Marie Small, 1546 Cornell
av., midwife, treea oy coroners jury
of charges in connection with death
of Mrs. Ajna Korcik, 530 Hartland
ct, by illegal operation.
Abe Shaprio, Frank Repplinger
and Jack LaBow on trial before
Judge Thompson on charge of levy
ing tribute on North Side divekeep
ers. Jos. Siegel arrested for sending
telegram as Jos. Kupp to Jacob
Kupp, Milwaukee, requesting money.
Arthur Belmont, 1410 W. Illinois,
confessed taking property worth
$150 from several North Side homes.
Abe Weiss, '316 S. Trumbull av.,
seriously burned by explosion, fol
lowing short circuit of defective wire
on street car. Traffic Policeman P.
J. Casey quelled panic in car.
Albert Olszowska, laborer, suing
Aloszy Trybulski, painting contract
or, $10,000. charging, says att'y,
alienation of wife's affections.
Damage suits totaling $3,180,000
filed in circuit court by administra
tors of estates of 318 Eastland vic
tims. Each suit for $10,000.
John Cunningham's saloon, 3058
Polk, held up by auto bandits.
Jacob Resnick arrested on wife's
charge that he had also married and
was living with Miss Rose Myer,
2226 W. Division.
Eighteen silver auto racing tro
phies won by C. A. Coey stolen from
Coey School of Motoring, 2010 S. '
Wabash av. ,
Film exploded, Argmore theater,
Argyle and Kenmore avs. No danger,
bat audience got frightened and fled
while organist played a fast march.
Jas. W. McBride, tailor, 534 S.
Muchigan, told board of review his
personal property taxes were too
low. The board raised them.
Hy Davis, Cleveland, chosen dic
tator of Loyal Order of Moose at in
ternational convention, Mooseheart,
Six died yesterday from being
overcome by heat.
Jitney boat service will be run from
foot of Chicago av. to end of outer
end of municipal pier.
Legislative Votels' league prepar
ing campaign to get out big vote in
legislative primary elections.
Miss Amelia Sears called on Chief
Healey to tell him he must be wrong
when he said Cadillac cafe, 2132 S.
Wabash av., which has no license,
was selling only near beer. Chief
Wm. P. Sullivan, negro, 6239 S.
Ada, and Nicholas Pauly, 6123 S. Ra
cine av., arrested as insanity sus
pects. Marshall Field estate buys prop
erty, Jackson and State, on part of
which stands M. L. Rothschild's
men's store, from Mrs. Barbet
Bloom for $500,000.
Washington. U. S. government,
through coast guard service, will see
that all seaside resorts are protected
against sharks by steel nets placed
around bathing beaches.
Bridgeport, Conn. Chas. H. Brad
ley, 57, prominent in steel world,
dead. Heart disease.