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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 08, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:50; sunset, 7:01.
Mrs. Fannie Melen, 22, 1516 N.
Kedzie av., asphyxiated.
Mrs. Florence Pedersen,-2714 N.
Halsted, sued T. H. Toeteberg, same
address, $5,000. Claims dog bit her.
Wm. Applegate, ass't agent Bur
lington road, Riverside, fatally
crushed between cars.
Max Babrag, 1320 Dickson, killed
by I. C. train in Harvey. Chasing
hat , .
Trustee T. M. Sullivan, chairman
drainage board engineer committee,
asks Armour, Swift, Morris and other
packers foraction in abating Bubbly
creek nuisance. -
Crossed electric wires started fire
basement Washington Park National
bank, 730 E. 63d.
Harry Centreilo, 1815 W. Harrison,
buried alive. Sewer, 69th and St
Lawrence av., caved in. Dug out
Condition critical.
Miss Rose Kline arretted on charge
i of stealing ?34 from tormer lanaiaay,
i Mrs. E. GoodseU, 18 W. iuron.
Miss Lucile Hoffman, 9 W. Erie, ac
cused Malcolm Livingston, same ad
dress, of stealing her $150 cat Held
to grand jury.
Three women saved from injury
when Traffic Policeman John Man
gan caught runaway. Mangan
bruised.
Geo. E. Marcy, pres. Armour Grain
Co., appointed foreman August grand
Jury
Infantile paralysis cases in city
total 40.
Mrs. Martha Payne, 3904 Gren
shaw, suing father, J. E. Eaker, 3854
Polk, $20,000. Charges slander.
Mrs. A. R. Small, 401 Melrose, ar
rested on charge of disorderly con
duct and driving auto while intoxi
cated, z
Jas. Waldron, 9, 1229 Frontier av.,
and chum found dad's revolver. Went
into neighbor's apartment where
family was at funeral and shot pic
t'tres off walL Spanked.
New 3,0Cwton steamer Nordal,
first ever built on great lakesvfor Nor
wegian marine, delayed in departure
by trouble in getting crew.
Dorothy Nensh, 9, ran away from
Milwaukee home. Found in Chicago.
Gary, facing ice famine with price
up to $1.50 a ton, talks of establish
ing municipal-ice plant
Aurora society women find relief
from extreme hot nights by riding
in autos garbed only in night gowns
or pajamas.
John Miller, 1832 Fremont, seri
ously hurt by auto. Sped away.
C. F. Blaine, 12 E. Illinois, arrested
on charge of stealing auto of Geo.
Gister, 2920 S. Canal, bailed out by
City Comptroller Pike.
Maid in Municipal Judge J. J. Sul
livan's home stole diamond ring and
much change. Ring: returned. No
prosecution.
Frank Axlund, 4055 Fifth av.; A. I.
Hoffman, 4518 Vincennes av., and D.
Skeiller, 5736 Calumet av., hurt when
43d st car hit Cottage Grove av. car.
- Harry Reid,iH5 S. Wood, under in
dictment for grand larceny, at Coun
ty hospital partly paralyzed, unable
to talk or to remember his name.
Col. D. E. McCarthy, department
quartermaster, Chicago, promoted- to
member of -war college.
Young woman left baby in bundle
in doorway, 2332 Lincoln park.
Three men in auto at Laflin and
Congress fired revolvers at Police
man Jas. Euson when he questioned
them on suspicion that auto was
stolen. Got away.
Chicago subtreasury has $120,
000,000 on hand, $30,000,000 more
than highest balance ever carried be
fore. John P. Dore school receives $1,
900 in will of Anna Dore, wife of man
for whom school was named.
Irving Shuman resigns as chief of
local U. S. subtreasury to become
vice president of Pugh Stores Co.
R. L Hunt, Decatur, succeeds htrp.
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