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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 12, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:55; sunset, 6:55.
Anthony D'Andrea, 902 Washing
ton blvd., freed of charge of carry
ing weapon.
Mrs. Mabel Stevenson, widow, in
dicted for murder of 1-day-old baby.
Accused of giving carbolic while
nursing it. Child illegitimate, ac
cording to evidence.
Sodium cyanide killed Morse Da
vis, found dead, in Congress hotel
beside unconscious wife, chemist
finds.
Malcolm Livingston released from
jail' when another confessed taking
$150 angora cat of Mrs. Lucile Hoff
man, 11 W. Erie.
Guy O'Brien, who shot Miss Ida
Torkelson near Lisbon, believed sur
rounded by posse near Aurora.
Involuntary bankruptcy petition
filed against Richsteig-Nussbaum Co.
Slot maphine, Edw. Hester's sa
loon, 76 W. South Water, confiscated
by detectives.
Edw. Coyle and John Manne given
indeterminate sentence for stealing
auto of Att'y P. N. Winkler, 208 S.
La Salle.
Frank Zink, 14 W. Erie, fined $10
for breaking cat's back with broom.
.Said it attacked wife..
Mrs. Esther May, 1352 N. Clark,
sentenced to three weeks in Bride
well for contributing to delinquency
of Julia O'Connor, 17.
Alice Lonysch, 122 W. Ontario,
caused arrest of Vlalk StristhliWO
S. Union. Said he brought her "from
California on promise of marriage,
lived with her two months, then de
serted. C. F. Donaldson, 16 W. Maple, in
jured when hit by Clark street car
at Division. Walked from behind
one car in front of 'another.
Mrs. Laura Blaine, 1324 E. 48th,
dead from paralytic stroke. Stricken
while shopping in loop.
J. F. McAllister, 645 E. 92d, street
car conductor, dead from internal
injuries caused by lurching of car.
Geo. Stiefel, 5332 South Park aV.,
found dead in gas-filled office, 4641
Cross av. Coffee pot boiled over and
extinguished gas Same.
J. Y. Thompson, 4112 Grand blvd.,
head of mantel and tile works, fined
$300 and sentenced to day in jail for
receiving stolen property.
Fred Lutz, 1254 W. 31st, painter,
suing for divorce. Charges wife
friendly with boarder.
Solomon Postenelk, 1514 Turner
av., wants divorce.
Bert Neddo, 59 W. Burton pi.,, trac
tion lineman, electrocuted while re
pairing trolley wire.
Nine alleged pickpockets arrested
by Lieut. Jas. Mooney in saloon, Laf
lin and Taylor.
H. O. Nelson, 2100 Powell av.,
chauffeur, sued for divorce. Wife
charges cruelty and infidelity.
E. H. Michels, 853 E. 54th,. treas
urer City Coal and Coke Co., did not
appear in Hyde Park court to answer
to charge of bigamy. Case contin
ued to Aug. 18.
M. T. Hosar held1 to grand jury on
charge 6f assault with intent to kill
Mrs. Mary Kosucka, 1436 W. Adams,
who was found in gas-filled room
with feet bound.
Dr. R. E. Lee Gunning, Northwest
ern university, sued for divorce. He
wll not contest.
Both legs of Mary Guik, 608 N.
Green, broken in motorcycle crash;
baby she was carrying unhurt.
Mysterious $700 jewel burglary
home C.'C. Smith. 10902 Irving av..
solved. Little daughter dreamed
jewels were on closet shelf. They
were. Believed she put them there
in sleep.
Four new cases infantile paralysis
reported.
Trousers of Policeman Patrick
Brogan, Evanston, stolen while he
took dip in lake. Rode home on bi
cycle wearing toweL
"Train men "to be fathers, too,"
said Miss Mary McDowell, head Chi.
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