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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO.
Herman Smith, 21, Hammond,
newly married, killed himself. Be
lieved temporarily insane.
Fifty special police employed by
Forest Park during Speedway races
unpaid. Threaten action.
S. Rayborn, 1216 Indiana av.; E.
Fay, 1139 Van Buren, and Thos.
Marton, 2920 Cottage Grove, arrest
ed for alleged attempted holdup.
H. H.-Monroe, 93, father of Mrs.
Potter .Palmer and Judge Monroe,
dying.
' Wilmette granted contract to pave
Sheridan road to John A. McGarry
& Co.
Dr. John B. Murphy left no will.
"Widow will probably have disposal of
estate.
Dr. St Clair Drake warns against
"baby contest," for fear of infantile
paralysis plague.
Charles Ffrencb, school trustee,
had leg amputated in Ne.w York as
result of auto accident,
John J. Calvey, former bellboy, ap
pointed manager of Auditorium
hotel
M. A. Duchine, 3617 Sunnyside av.,
arrested on charge of flirting with
Agnes, Palafik, 1835 Thomas.
Marquette Park residents want
more trees, lawns and playgrounds.
Injunction to restrain Henry Pein
from exercising duties as' chief of
police of Melrose Park denied.
20,000 attended United Irish Socle
ties picnic at Brand's Park. Roger
Casement honored.
George William Eggers appointed
acting director of Art institute.
Milton Cordon, 119 S. Irving av.,
had foot crushed in elevator shaft
at Ryan Mineral Soap Co. plant, 809
N. La Salle.
Loretta Murray, 4 months, 929
Margate terrace, smothered to" death
while sleeping in couch.
George Kandlik, 2838 Dickens av.,
appointed ass't corporation counsel.
Edw. Benton, 43, 6844 S. Ashland
av., overcome by gas. -
Pedro Fabrique, 240 E. Huron, held
up wo men. They were caught after
chase.
Mrs. Vera Trier, 2204 Roscoe, who
left baby and husband, back home.
Tired of cabarets.
John Fredericks, indicted as auto ,
thief, shot and wounded by police.
Bridewell hospital
Harold Pawlitzki, 8, 3128 Clybourn
av., killed by auto. Harry Michelson,
2414 Fletcher, chauffeur, arrested.
Henry Fielding, 435 Wells st., and
Rena Woods,! St. Luke's hospital,
held up near Art Institute. $7.40
taken.
John Glowacki, believed to have
knowledge of Bror JohhsOh murder,
indicted on six charges of robbery.
Prof. Robert W. Stevens, Chicago
Univ, says music -can be tasted.
$13,482,485 spent for educational,
purposes by school board during past
year.
George Kriechbaum wants to buy
blood to save life of wife now in
Michael Reese hospital.
Mabel Weyl, 5523 Dorchester av.,
who disappeared clad in one-piece
bathing suit, found in South Clark
street cell. Arrested for shoplifting.
Paroled. ,
, LouiseJohnson fined $200 for im
personating policewoman.
40,000 tax oOmplaints heard by
board of review.
Eugene Gardner accused of bring
ing Mrs. Geo. Leiferman from Mun
cie, Ind.. for immoral purposes, to
be tried Aug. 24.
John Jackson pushed through win
dow at 39 S. Dearborn when he
asked for chew of tobacco. E. O.
Hoffman, 3641 Ellis park, accused.
Mrs. Thomas Bagley, wife of
Board of Trade operator, divorced.
Mrs. Agurtner, 19 W. Huron, sued
for $10,000 by Mrs. Margaret La
Vern. False arrest charged.
Barney Hart, 311 S. Winchester,
av., E. O'Connell and S". Amardi, 540
Taylor, arrested on suspicion after
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