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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
City will sue Cadillac cafe on 14
charges of selling liquor without li
John Malatespe and Jennie Giana
tiento, 16, 1062 Taylor, 'held by Ft.
Wayne police. Girl's parents say man
(Q Norman W. Harris, banker, left
' 1,500,000 to direct heirs and $500,
000 to charity.
Wm. Linten, Columbus, O., spent
$92 in cabarets. Arrested on charge
of embezzling from Adams Express
W. A. Huppert, 1470 Warner av.,
got cramps while swimming at North
Shore beach. Saved by Life Guard
Chief Justice Smith, circuit court,
vacated decision of Judge Tuthill
that Lord Bacon wrote Shake
speare's works. .
Will of Jos. Lister, pioneer Chi
cagoan, left $120,000 ebiate to wife
and two sons.
Four arrested on gambling charges
at Hawthorne track.
Betsy Old, 100, and Josephine Sma
gozeska, 100, found wandering about
streets. Don't know where they live.
Th'os. J. Stenhouse, 5558 Drexel
blvd., freed of arson charge.
W. W. Ross appointed master in
chancery on recommendation of
Dealers say cork leg trade is
Anthony Tell, Jr., 13 months, 635
E. 92d pi., choked to death on candy.
Dr. Bert I. Wyatt and Dr. A. M.
Siegel, accused of grafting, exoner
ated. J. Frank Hanly, dry nominee for
president, in town today.
" Housemaids now demand $8 week
ly, say employment agents. Blame
Matthew Welter held to grand jury
on charge of annoying children.
1st cavalry, I. N. C, must have 250
more recruits by "tomorrow to com
ply wjtli new Chamberiain bill.
Carl Sohn, porter, Palace hotel,
537 S. Clark, fell four stories. Dead.
Anti-Sullivan county slate to be
Mixed signals caused crash of
trains at 16th and Canal. Small
Open verdict in case of Michael
Neuses, drowned in South Chicago.
Police thought Nicholas and Edw.
Cruz, gypsies, had kidnaped Edw.
Rogusueska, 3. Found they had
E. J. Bundage's candidacy for
attorney general threatens G. O. P.
Mrs. Dora Miller, arrested after a
clothesline scrap with wife of Aid.
Dep't of Agriculture announces the
lifting of tuberculosis quarantine on
Leonard Busby, pres. Chicago Sur
face Lines, says he'll try to improve
Kedzie av. car service.
"Princess Zuleika," Oriental danc
er, caused arrest of ex-manager,
Norman Hunt, plumber. Says he
stole $70 diamond ring.
Arthur Burrage Farwell may ask
Gov. Dunne to send militia to stop
betting at Hawthorne.
Teutonic Sons of America urge
embargo as U. S. reply to British
Lillian Cozad, 3, and brother, 4,
went for walk. Lost several hours.
Mother of Edmond Morgan Town,
19-year-old hubby of Caroline Long,
16, ordered girl from home. Caro
line won't give Edmond up.
Body of Bertram I. Walker, mili
tiaman who died on Mexican border,
lying in state at Roberts chapel,
Robbers got. five diamond rings
and other loot from home of J. M.
Lindemann, 4021 Clarendon av.
Dr. Wm. Ballentine chosen dean of
Univ. of Illinois law schooL
Chas. Werner, convict, said he did
grime for which John, Keating wa