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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 23, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:08; sunset, 6:39.
Mrs. Pearl Murphy, N26, 245 N.
Hoyne ay., found in barn at 2024
Madison, suffering with pitchfork
wound. Died later at County hos
pital Michael Flynn, 1251 W. Lake
'No stree cars operate over Van
Buren st. bridge from 8 a. m. today
till noon Saturday, but south road
way will be open for teams. Being
Probation of will of E. W. Peck,
lawyer, 137 S. LaSalle, shows estate
of $230,000. -Widow, brother Wm.
and sister Mary chief beneficiaries.
Dan Lewis, 4421 Vincanes av.,
who escaped from Dunning, arrested
when he told man he had bought
Louis Meyer'a woolen mills for $100,
000. Psychopathic hospital. "
No stolen property found in Louis
Kohn's office, Heyworth bldg., and
charges.against him and Morris Blu
menthal, 1451 N. Rockwell, of re
ceiving stolen property continued.
Wm. Hiler, 6349 Dtexel ay., step
ped on body while bathing at Oak
st. Was that of Q. E. Wiswald, 230
Schiller, drowned Monday.
Edw. Craig, 1801 S. Wabash, sued
The charge of disorderly conduct
brought against Mrs. Jessie Boss,
7135 Stony Island av., by daughter-in-law,
Mrs. Prank Boss, 1725 E. 71st,
Mrs. Sara Rosenberg sued habeas
corpus petition against Home for
Jewish "Friendless and Working Girls
for release of her three children.
Aid. J. H. Bauler, 515 W. North av.;
wedded Miss Tillie Jane, who lives
B. L Winchell, who directs all
freight and passenger traffic on tne
Union Pacific system, has become a
grandfather." Stork stopped at home
of B. E. Winchell, Jr.
Ray SchellheTmer, 533.E. 60th, dis
charged on charge of attempting to
mistreat Mrs. Iva Barnes, 356 E. 58th.
Frank Kanka, 19, 2425 W. Waltdn,
sued' through guardian to annul mar
riage to Mary Padlesak, 23. Says her
brother threatened to kill him if he
rdid not marry her. Minority invali
dated marriage is contention.
Miss Anna Deveraux,-4202 Berkeley
av., and sweetheart, Chas. Hastings,
4215 Ellis av.. killeu by I. C. train as
they left beach at 39th.
- Miss Ida Gurjderson, Greenwood.
Wis., probably fatally hurt and four
others injured when auto hit street
car at Sheridan rd. and Irving Park
H. H. Shaffer. Ft Worth, Tex..
clipped second off world's record for
throwing steer, at Round Up. old
Cubs park. Threw steer in 8 seconds.
. Martin Koelper, 7th grade pupil,
school district 63, earned $180 from
a 46-sq.-rod school patch of yellow
Cadillac cafe hearings set for Sept. ,
14. Three charges of selling liquor
without license dismissed because
they were duplicated in other
Municipal bonds -signed by some
one appointed by mayor may be le
gal, but do not sell, saysAtt'y Leon
Hornstein, city law dep't, In answer
to tajk of getting clerk to do job of
signing for Mayor Thompson.
Wheelj-affles of chickens, ham and
bacon ran full blast at S. State street
fair last night Were not permitted
on previous-nights of fajr.
Involuntary petition in bankruptcy
filed against Jacob Lasker, alleged to
have transferred $300,000 property
with intention to defraud.
Carpets will supplant waxed ball
room floors and nature dances will
replace t&ngo, says Veronine -Vestoff,
Russian'exponent of classic dancing.
C. A. Kingsbury, official of U. S.
Mica Mfg. Co., sued for divorce.
Charge desertion. ,
Girl attempted to jump in river
from St Paul road bridge. Lost her
nerve. Blindfolded self and jumped