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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:57; sunset, 6:52.
Only two arrests made in Chicago
Miss Bridget Owens, 75, 5519 Ken
wood av., found dead. Heart disease.
Raymond Swift, Alton, fell from
auto truck at Argo. Broke his col
Carl Nelson, 2521 N. Talman av.,
became faint while working on sec
ond story window screen. Fell. Was
Drinking whiskey which they had
put in an old horse medicirfe bottle
killed Herman Toeleg and Anthony
Schrack, 4137 and 4158 N. Central
Policeman saw Wm. Sharkey, 2030
Austin av., drive car out of Louis
Makitin's garage, 1512 N. Hoyne av.
Locked him up.
John Clancy, 703 E. 45th, stepped
in front of State st car Dead.
Allen Byers and Wm. Cody, Peoria
boys, arrested on charge of stealing
auto of Harry Bosworth, 1026 46th.
Vincent McCuire, 17, 536 N. Paul
ina, arrested. Police say he attempt
ed to take auto of C. E. Howe, 6646
N. Ashland av.
Fred Abbson, 2551 Emerald av.,
probably fatally shot in street quar
rel. Infantile paralysis plague subsid
ing. Only 51 cases in city-now.
While M. B. Myers, 4327 Sheridan
rd., was on way to train for Vacation
trip, some one stole his $125 fishing
Fifteen hundred veterans of foreign
wars of the XJ. S. A. holding national
Emmett Hickey, 7, 2911 Archer av.,
drowned bathing in Mark White
Six Pullmans loaded with Chicago
naval rookies left for Norfolk to join
first naval training cruise for civil
ians. Judge Landis will today hear
bankruptcy petition filed against
3dw. W. Morrison, aged millionaire. I
Chas. Ffrench, school trustee, may
have to have foot amputated. It was
crushed when he was jerked from
street car in New York Saturday.
Girl rookie camp fpr training wo
men to be Red Cross war nurses and
battle aids nearly ready at Lake Ge
neva. Frank Skurte, 713 W. 13th, stabbed
in arm, result of fued between Rus
sians and Jews in which Martin Ran
ter, 1000 Maxwell, was killed Satur
Vernon Hunt, 530 AJdine av., and
B. C. Wallstein, 4623 N. Cicero av.,
started on canoe trip to St Louis.
Policeman P. J. Carrons, 615 S.
Rockwell, knocked unconscious when
he tried to make peace irT" street
Conrad Trier, 2204 Roscoe, will for
give wife, 19, who left him and baby
for taste of night life, but who wants
to come back to them.
Racine church folks protest young
women riding to beaches on motor
cycles in skimpy bathing costumes.
Representatives of 72 South Side
churches met last night to praise
work qf J. H. Lyle in seeking to se
en" ci'indav closing in Englewood.
Estate of Dr. John B. Murphy,
pn ' ago suren, estimated at
$l,000,00fl. No will, it is said.
o. m. uormaly, commercial agent,
Grand Trunk Rys., explains freight
car shortage by saying business is 40
per cent better than last year.
Stanley Kildourne, electrician, 2362
N. Leavitt, killed when his hands
touched sanitary district feed wire.
MADSEN OPENS CAMPAIGN
As opening gun in his campaign
for re-election to state legislature,
Rep. Christian M. Madsen, Socialist,
is sending out 25,000'leaflets to the
voters of the 23d district These
leaflets contain endorsement nl his
work at Springfield by most prom
inent labor leaders of Chicago and