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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Mabel Weyl, trained nurse, miss
ing from home of Anna L. Matthews,
5523 Dorchester av. Wore one-piece
bathing suit when last seen.
American Flag Day ass'n protest
ed against use offlag on Hughes
posters.
Frank Binz, Henry Forte, George
Lege and Salvatore Besses , escaped
from Dunning.
Arthur Palmberg, 1153 N. Clark,
fell from auto. Skull fractured.
Dead.
John Rothrox, Wilmette chauffeur,
fined $150 for assaulting policeman.
Marie O'Leary, 3530 W. 12th pi.,
won beauty contest at Harvard.
Sen. Walsh believes Democrats
will cany Illinois.
Board of review hearing personal
property and real estate tax assess
ment complaints.
Huston Thompson, ass't att'y gen.,
says Colorado women are for Wilson.
Two new cases of infantile paraly
sis reported.
Dr. Harry Cousins, Wesley hos
pital, and Mrs. Edith Matson hurt
when auto skidded and hit tree near
Aurora.
Jennie O'Neill, -4834 Langley av.,
hurt by street car.
Mrs. Alice Wollin,.645 Buckingham
pL, hit by auto Sunday, died yester
day. John Walter fihed, $25 for loitering
around morals court.
Mar Shapiro, owner of amuse
ment park concession, "sued for di
vorce. Cruelty charged.
Chas. Trautman, 11, 7538 N.
Clark st., hit by train. Dead.
Nels Olsen, painter, 3538 Moffat
st, sued for divorce. Drunkenness
and cruelty charged.
Guy O'Brien, who shot sweeheart,
Ida Torkelson, Morris, M., held to
grand jury. Released on $6,000
bonds.
Chas. Guile held to grand jury
without bail on charge of murder
ing John Hess, 56 E. 13th st
Andrew Bepper, 918 W. Randolph,
held to .grand jury for murder of
Christ Deubler, saloonkeeper.
Forty-first annual picnic of United
Irish Societies held at Brand's park
today.
Michael Deugerus, 1319 Taylor, f)
crushed to death by elevator in Alli
ance Co.'s plant, 1924 Clybourn av.
Jos.- James, 2410 Cullen av., in
answer to divorce suit says wife
moved their household goods to
home of mother.
Ignas Cerniak sued for divorce.
Charged with throwing dishes at
wife. Wife wants injunction to re
strain him from disposing of $18,000
property.
Forest preserve district commis
sion to proceed with condemnation
proceedings to acquire 7901icres in
Wheeling, Northfield and Proviso
townships.
Jas. Conlon, Maywood, became
dizzy, fell to pavement Fractured
skull.- Died later.
Mrs. Margaret Sheridan, 520 N.
St Louis av., sued Thos. Sheridan,
ste'reotyper, for divorce. Charges
cruelty. ' v
Robert West, 553 S. State, arrest
ed in Castle motion picture theatre
on change of annoying Mrs. Jos.
O'Leary, 2455 Lowell av.
E. H. Winters, Lake Bluff drug
gist, and wjfe disappeared. Left
fully stocked drug store.
Former Diversey beach attendants
fail to appear to back up graft
charges.
Ben Edelson, 1502 ElkGrove av.,
and Stanley Novak, 1017 N. Marsh
flield av., both 17, held on charge of -,.
killing Thos. Shapiro, 17, 2400 Gren- V'
shaw, near Toledo.
Joe Howard, vaudeville actor, re
ported married to Ethelyn Clark,
stage partner. Last wifes Irma Kil
gallen, killed herself.
Morris Blumenthal, 1451 N. -Rockwell,
charged with receiving stolen
property in connection with theft o

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