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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 09, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:51 ; sunset, 6:59.
Joliet interurban car hit Wm. Ko
veleski, 4431 S. Marshfield av. Brain
Unidentified body found in field
near Itasca. Died of heat.
False burglar alarm took whole
Evanston police force to Geo. Belck'a
furrier shop. Wires crossed.
Municipal Judge E. K. Jarecki, 1946
Armitage av., .has new daughter.
Mrs. Lavinia Corboy, dep't man
ager Oliver Typewriter Co., granted
divorce from S. P. Corboy, court re-
porter. Gets two children and $70
Ceo. Hodel, proprietor rooming
house, 738 N. LaSalle, wants divorce.
Says wife hit him on head with bag
of ice cream.
Don Anderson, 5, 2127 Potwyne pi.,
threw gasoline can on bonfire. Ex
plosion. Legs burned.
Julius Frank, 2003 Michigan av.,
fatally injured wnen hit by machine
owned by Miss Grace Granat, 7
Edw. Hansen, 4347 Hirsch, dead,
result of being "hit by taxi, May 21.
Mrs. Lena Segar, 1964 Newport
av., sprinkling lawn, turned hose on
Mrs. Minnie Van Herik, 3441 N. Ro
bey. Personal encounter ended in
both signing peace bonds in court
Benton Linn off, salesman Rudolph
Wurlitzer Co., 329 S. Wabash av.,
freed of con charge in selling piano
to Genevieve Grohs, 6737 Went
worth'av. Patrolman John Courtney, W. Lake
station, arrested on charge of caus
ing disturbance in saloon.
Melvin Cox, 1312 N. La Salle, has
saved eight fromdake at Oak street
Cake of ice fell from ice wagon
and crushed foot of Edw. Gorney, 7,
2942 E. 87th.
Caroff track tied up traffic at Mad
ison and State, Chicago's busiest
corner, 20 minutes. Mrs. John Con
xoy, 556 E. 36th, bruised.
Baby Samuel Smith, 837 Wells,
opened gate, fourth floor porch. Fell
Chief Healey's police report shows
1,611 complaints in July against
1,994 complaints, July, 1915.
Mrs. Wm. Cahill, 4146 W. Wash
ington, wants divorce.
Fed. Judge Landis temporarily re
strained E. W. Morrison, aged real
estate millionaire, and his lawyer
from transferring" any more prop
erty. F. J. Johnson, 2553 N. Spaulding
av., injured when motorcyble hit
Casper Manheim, 15, 1212 Lincoln
av., hit by truck driven by Frank
Love, 4239 N. Avers av., while board
ing street car. Legbroken.
Board of Trade planning 21-story
building in LaSalle st to cost $3,
500,000. Miss Grace Gassette, Chicago ar
tist, first American woman to be pre
sented to Gen. Joffre at his head
quarters. "Help Auto No. 30478, III.," was
written on scrap of paper flung by
woman from car, iy police. B. E.
Gage, Wilmette, says he put auto of
that number in service garage.
Two bundles of children's clothes
found on, beach at foot of Oak st
Believed lads drowned. Undertow
Strong last night
Boys of Evanston to have golf club
all their own. Patrick Hanney will
give them 20 acres of ground.
Herbert Barnes, pioneer Chicago
packer, died in New Haven, Conn.,
at private sanitarium.
I TODAY IN ILLINOIS HISTORY
August 9, 1812. Capt Heaid, com
mander at Ft Dearborn, received or
ders to evacuate his post owing to
Gen. Hull's fear that the fort at Chi
cago could not hold out against the
British, who had already taken
Mackinac and other frontier posts,