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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 01, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:43; sunset, 7:09.
Judge Harry Dolan back in boys'
court after being away nearly a year.
Speeches and flowers.
Mrs. Anna. Fagour, 69, 2244 N.
Parkside av., asphyxiate'd in bath
room. C. H. Harry, 1721 Lawrence av.,
feigned drowning; fooled lifeguards
for half hour, then laughed at them.
Two negroes and white" man ar
rested after color riot at Jackson
park beach, fined $5 each.
Bertha Kubiak, common-law wife
of Edgar Foster, who shot her four
time and killed son Raymond, dead.
Foster locked up.
M. F. Mills, former postal clerk, ac
cused of getting $6,000 from regis
tered letters, taken to Washington
John Coffin, who disappeared July
19 from 111. Manual Training school,
Glenwood, still missing.
John Ruppert, 718 W. North av.,
sentenced to 300 days in Bridewell
for representing self as solicitor for
Social Workingmen's ass'n.
Squire Fred Reisswanger, Niles
Center, warned by State's Atfy
Hoyne that illegal arrest of auto
drivers accused of speeding must
Mrs. Felix L. Reuthier, 637 S.
Wood, says husband abused her for
nine months. Wants divorce.
E. V. R. Sweet, manager Capital
Tea Room, accused of desertion by
wife who wants divorce.
Mrs. Esther May, 1352 N. Clark,
took poison. Condition critical.
Estranged from husband.
Crime among Chicago's youth has
increased during past few years.
Night Church, 11 E. Congress, in
stitutes department of missionary to
actresses with Miss Florence Whit
taker, former actress, missionary.
Sulphur being burned as disinfec
tent in room, Hotel Newberry, 817 N.
Dearborn, caused fire scare.
Dr. F. J. Hobbs, 3506 Indian av,
fined $100 for carrying concealM
weapon. Sister-in-law says he tried
to break into apartment where bis
wife was staying.
Question of Cy De Vry's pay comes
before Lincoln park board, Aug 9.
Jos. P. Bean, 4023 S. Wabash av.,1
N. Y. C. road engineer, taking first
vacation In 50 years.
Christ Williams, 3311 W. Congress
leaped into lake from Municipal pij
while hundreds watched. Drowni
Said to have been drinking.
Arthur Howes, 14, 12048 Pa
av., drowned, Calumet river at IS
Tried to stay under water
Emmet Cavanaugh, 603t
av., filed petition for
nomination lor state an
manager of steel products
Earl Davis, Chicago, drovtfed,
Keeler Lake, after boasting he could
remain under water five minutes.
Chas. Murphy, 7, 3817 N. Marsh
field av., dead. Hit by auto driven
by Mrs. H. H. Dietrich, 443 Deming
pL With his grandfather.
Armos Stevens, 11, 6612 Halsted,
dead. Hit by auto driven by V. S.
Jensen, 7224 S. Carpenter.
Shareholders of La Junta planta
tion, Vera Cruz, Mexico, want Chi.
Title & Trust Co. to turn property
over to them for distribution.
Republican Presidential Candidate
Chas. Hughes will be present at Ham
ilton club reception, Conway bldg.,
At own expense, Mrs. J. S. Bous
quet, 920 Judson av., Evanston, has
hired life guard for service on beach
at foot of Lee st.
Ass'n of Commeerce's fund to pur
chase comfort kits for militiamen,
amounts to $700.
Fiftyieight militiamen, excused for
various reasons, returned to Chicago
Ameda Lindsey, 34, 3604 Federal,
shot and seriously wounded by Marie
Bogie, 3410 S. Wabash av.. enter-
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