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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5,04; sunset, 6:42.
Michael Kelly, 5428 Laflin, suicide;
cut throat, razor. HI health.
A. W. Engstrom fatally injured in
fall from fourth floor, Palace hotel,
537 N. Clark.
Twenty-five held up in John Me
dalis' saloon, 3258 Wallace.
Edw. Morgan, 15, 942 N. Keystone
av., arrested after theft of auto of
J. C. Lang, 642 Bosworth av.
John Kreicfer, 9947 Avenue J, shot
by Det Serg't Jamerson when he re
sisted arrest on nonsupport warrant
Jos. Bocolav 1469 Erie, arrested
after dive, Diversey beach. Two
women said he touched them.
Oscar Swanson, 940 N. Hamlin
av Northwestern engineer, killed
Shen he leaned from cab and head
t iron post.
Frank Meaney, Wells, Nev., tram
pled beneath wild pony he was try
ing to ride at round-up, Cubs' West
Side park. Carried off field uncon
scious. Woman protested against under
taker removing dead body of George
Bolenta from 466 W. Huron. Police
man found 5 cats, 4 dogs and 20
chickens in room.
Steven Bamchetz, 3305 Auburn
av., ngry because dinner was not
ready, beat wife until she had to be
taken to hospital, police report.
C. 0. Epperly, Y. M. C A. hotel,
mission worker, arrested with Mabel
Bryan, 4253 Grand blvd., charged
with accosting him on street Says
she only asked him to buy her soda.
Peter C. Hart, general manager of
St. Paul railroad, and five others
hurt in collision of two autos at
Sheridan road and Thorndale ay.
Daniel Freery, 5416 Austin ay.;
John Matz, 694 Milwaukee av.; Jonn
Orlando, 872 Cambridge av., and
Geo. Petunna, 466 Huron, died from
effects of heat.
Mrs. Morse Davis, wife of Vancou
ver mining engineer who WUed self
1 Congress hotel, attempted guicide.
Ja St Mary's, mission home,
Henry Harnack, 1157 W. 17th,
killed; Martin Tesner, 1500 17th,
Micalel Sairfln, 1454 17th, and P. M.
TJrlovski, 1750 21st, hurt when auto
struck curbstone.
Six injured when Werner Bros.
Storage Co. auto' truck overturned,
River Grove, with picnic party.
Mrs. Claude Veasey, Senatobia,
Miss., on honeymoon, killed and 20
injured in collision of Chi. & Mil.
electric trains.
Jos. Koven, 6737 S. Halsted, and
Miss May McCall, 6012W. 22d, seri
ously injured when hit by auto while
dancing in street
Four new cases of infantile paraly
sis reported, bringing total to 61.
Nineteen Sunday closing violators
reported by police.
Ernest Arnold, 13, Evanston, hurt
bv auto of C. P. Baltb, 2123 Harrison.
FIGHT MEN WHO VOTED FOR
SALE OF AUTOMATIC TEL.
The C. P. of L. and the Public
Ownership league have united to
fight candidates for office who as qlty
aldermen vot r in favor of selling the
Automatic Telephone Co. to the Chi
cago Telephone Co. Cards issued by
the two organizations call attention
to the fact that these candidates
voted for the Automatic phone sale;
Charles Martin, Democratic candi
date for congress, 4tb district; Jas.
H. Lawley, candidate for pres. of the
sanitary board; W. P. Lipps, Rep.
candidate for circuit court clerk;
Jas. B. Bowler, Dem. candidate fop
coroner; H. P, Bergen and John To
man, Dem. candidates for sanitary
board.
How Col. Prank O. Lpwden, City
Hall machine candidate for gov
ernor, opposed union labor measures
in the 59th and 61st sessions of con
gress is told in a statement issued by
E. R. Wright, former pres. LI. Fed. of
tabor. lpwden is charged with vot
ing in interest of railroad corpora
tiona on measures affecting railroad
employes,
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