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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:05; sunset, 6:40.
Jos. Bocola, 1469 W. Erie, fined
$25. Annoyed girls at Diversey
Matthew Lentwain, 502 Cass, win
dow washer, killed by fall from 4th
story window of factory at 40 W.
Inquest over Mrs. Claude Veasqy,
Senatobia, Miss., continued until
Aug. 30. Killed by collision between
two C. & M. electric trains.
Ralph Meats, Butte, Mont., shot in
knee, dragged into basement and
robbed of 100.
Jos. Sickler, 2119 S. Western av.,
cut throat while at work at Caldwell
Sons & Co., 17th and Western. Dead.
Thos. Higgins, 3316 W Lake, held
as burglar who looted, home of Lee
Gerstal, 307 E. 57th.
F. W. Aochew, 7130 S. Winchester
av., dead. Fell from platform of 69th
stcar at Honore.
Marie Matsuo, Japanese, filed suit
against B. A. Thorpe. Attorneys re
fuse to discuss details.
A. Malkasion, 513 N. Halsted, fined
$5. Sallie Fisher, 2034 Mston av.,
told he hugged her at beach.
Eugene Hanson, 18, 3652 Diversey
av arrested. Police say he tried to
get away with auto of C. H. Gagen,
People's Gas bldg.
Mrs. Mary Theisorif 5026 Ada, sued
for divorce. Says husband threaten
ed to kflrher while she slept
Emilie Cunningham, 5562 Shields
av., eloped with Geo. Taylor, who
then eloped with $240 of her money.
Warrant out for George.
Mrs. Lois Weigle and husband set
out to find new job today. He is ac
cused of holding out $7,000 while
clerk in Harris Trust Co.
Thos. McDougall, Pittsburgh, pres.
Amer. Ass'n of Dancing Masters, says
waltz is coming; back.
Mrs. Mary Galvin, 6443 S. Racine
av., reported that daughter Agnes,
11, was kidnaped by neighbor, Mrs.
Two armed bandits got $1,000 in
raid on office of Wm. Folbrath, 22 W.
Kinzie sL Police suspect bookies
Edna Biddeson, 5711 Kimbark av.,
and three companions reported be
cause they sing so much. Police,
found most of neighbors like music'
P. A. Valentine, former vice presi
dent of Armour & Co., dead in Ocon
Plans for field hospital corps made
by doctors meeting at home of Dr.
A. J. Ochsner, 2106 Sedgwick.
State's Att'y Hoyne's office an
nounced that robbers, of home of J.
O. Armour who got $3,500 have been
Police are seeking John La Bello,
after finding body or murdered wife
at 8 W. 24th st.
Charges filed against 6 policemen
before civil service com'n yesterday
Five men and two women hurt
when Halsted st. car, turning at
Lake, crashed with another.
Robbers got $65 from secret hid
ing place of J. C. Riley, saloonkeeper,
neighbor of W. Chicago av. police
HOLY NAME "PULLED DOWN"
Holy Name society's tug-of-war
team, captained by Steve Hassett,
traffic policeman at Franklin and
Jackson Blvd., defeated by team of
politicians, policemen and firemen,
captained by Officer Bud Leahy, Ca
nalport station, at a picnic at Na
tional pari Sunday. '
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His parents had always had trou
ble in inducing little David tb eat
One day he was given a plate of to
mato soup and his mother asked him
if he liked it.
"No," he said, "I don't like it."
"Then why do you eat it?"
"Oh," answered David, remember
ing past scenes, "I ain't lookin' for