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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 07, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:49; sunset, 7:02.
Two new cases of infantile pa
E. L. Clines, San Diego, Cat., rob
bed of $150 on B. & O. train.
Henry Johnson, 1118 N. California
av., dead. Suffocated in fire.
Geo. J. Moss, 2713 N. Albany av.,
stabbed by unidentified man.
John Ballman, trainman, hit by C.
& A. train June 30, dead.
Costumes and scenic effects of
Menlo Moore's road companies de
stroyed by fire at 2020 S. State st
Lieut. Chas. Johnson looking for
man posing as relative who is wanted
on money deals.
F. L. Kohlman, 216 Hamlin av., will
keep 2-weeks' old boy left on stairs.
Two couples escaped from Dun
Daniel Trench, 623 N. Oak Park
av., called police; saw "burglar" in
home. Police found sack of rice
which fooled Trench.
Two pieces of backbone of Charles
P. Browne, Jr., removed by surgeons.
Spine broken in lake dive; may live.
Paul Gores, maanger Congress
hotel, had foot amputated. Win
leave hospital soon.
Russell, 14, Hammond, borrowed
pony of John Lyons, 232 W. 60th st.
Not seen for two days.
Arthur Bogle, 9, escaped from
boys' home in Mooseheart, DJ, Pound
Sup't Edwin Kanst, Lincoln park,
allowed traffic policemen to take off
coats during hot spell.
Grant Love, 432 S. Wabash fav.,
shot and killed when he beat land
lady, Mrs. Jessie Seaths. Coth col
ored. Chas. Peterson, 7716 Calumet av.,
and wife in court today. Jos. Hor
nung, 7339 Langley av., says they
W. B. Whitney, 4326 Avers ay., and
two companions arrested in his fa
ther's car. Father says prosecute,
Sheriff Traeger's men found 2
"blind pigs" in Evanston.
Police failed to find one who shot
Russell Bovee in Jackson Park. Bo
vee recovering slowly.
Mayfair, Edison Park and Norwood
Park without water yesterday. Re- L.
Wm. Willcox, New York chairman
of Republican national committee,
in Chicago today.
Catherine Blaus3, 4 weeks old,
killed when porch broke at 3335
Mosspratt Parents hurt.
Mrs. C. F. Gunther, 3601 S. Mich
igan av., frightened away burglar
sue xouna in nome.
Dominick Volini. 824 W. Ohio, anrf
two companions arrested. Serg't
uerara says they tried to bribe him.
Four inmates of Dunning insane
asylum escaped. One was woman
said she was going" to marry another
oi ine iour.
HerbertHaase, 19, 923 N. Lawn
dale av., dead. Shot himself while
Mayor Thompson's yacht passed
dead man in lake near Winthrop
Harbor. Reported to local authori
ties. Mrs. Mary McDonald, 5434 Indiana
av., and ix hurt when bus overturn
ed in crash at Chicago beach.
Donald De Frees, Lake Forest,
played golf too long. Sped-.auto to
get home in time for dinner. Fined
Steamer Citv of South Hvon h;
pier of Rush street bridge. None
nun; Doat badly damaged.
John Norkus, 39,' 4545 S. Paulina,
suicide. Despondent over money
Donald Anderson, 5, ill. Excite
ment bad for him when he hit burglar
with shoe while struggling with fa
ther, Matthew Anderson.
Police still seeking man who is
said to have got $1,000 from Sam In
sull on pretext of publishing biogra
phy oi rich men.
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