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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 24, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Antonio and Frank Labeiio,
years and 6 months respectively,
children of Mrs. John Labello, found
murdered at 8 W. 24th, sent to St.
Vincent's orphanage. i
Harry Hildreth, former lessee, sur
rendered .Hotel Warner to Chas. M?
Warner, ownerC
Hedwig Swanson, 75, domestic in
home of Ethelbert W. Peck for 50
years, left $2,500 by his will.
J. Angell Bott, dancing teacher of
Cleveland, says he has made $1,000,
000 by sticking to old-fashioned
dances
" Herman Heshin, 14, 4g29 Prairie
av., probably fatally wounded by pis
tol while he and Herman Freudrich,
11, were playing policemen.
Nappleon Cheffer, who recently
escaped from Warren av. station, ar
rested at 3129 Groveland av.
"Blind Jimmy, aged beggar, be
lieved lain. Wm. Mcintosh and Pe
ter Black held by police.
Lawrence Curtin, 450 Doming pi.,
entered Grace M. E. church and of
fered to play piano. Sent to Bride
well drug ward.
U. S. cutter hunting John Borden,
Chicago explorer, around Alaska.
Sylvester Rogers, negro, pprter at
' Sportsmen's club, chased every one
out of old Columbia Y. c, with gun.
Held for mental test.
J, B. Blackburn, 34 E. Em; J, H.
Lawrence, 100 B. Chicago av.; Miss
Qsborn, 26, 2757 W. 57th, and Mrs.
McKane, 30, 5016 Blackstone av.,
hurt n auto crash at Jackson and
Mrs. Harriet King, 113, $36, W
60th, negress, registered to votcyes
tprday. Aleandgr Johnson told City club
state has lost its best men through
politics.
Prince Mahjdol Songkla, brother
of king of Slam, will be in Chicago
tomorrow.
dation, says election board. 1
ExAd, Minwegen to pay for life
guard at Oak street beach.
Roosevelt coming to Chicago to
speak for Hughes late in September.
James P. Graham, Francis Bor
relli, A. W. AppeJl and Geo. L. Reker,
Democrats, wtihdrew from munici
pal judge race.
48,297 voters added by registration
yesterday. Chicago's vote now to
tals near 80,000 mark. Heaviest ad
dition in G. O. P. wards.
Hunger strike of Dr. A. L. Blunt,
federal prisoner, ended when served
with juicy steak.
Five bitten by dogs' yesterday.
, A. B. Young, foreman Standard
Oil Co., killed and several injured in
explosion at fire in oil warehouse at
16th and Santa Fe tracks.
Union Station Co, officials sav
they have spent $10,500,000 buying
real estate and for building in con
nection with new station.
Mrs. Anastazya Sitnik wants di
vorce from NJkoden Sitnik. Hired
Love & Love at attorneys. v
Geo, Huston, 5, fell through open
manhole at Polk streefstation. Bad
ly hurt
loda Dolinky wants divorce from
Hyman Dolinky, real estate dealer.
Cruelty charged-
Oscar -Brodfeuhrer filed $50,000
slander suit against Oscar and Ber
tha Matz. Result of property trans
action. Dr. John G. Luttenberg and wife,
Bertha, both filed divorce suits. Each
says other tried to kilL
Emma Schulberg, 19, arrested
while taking down auto numbers at
Clark and Madison, freed.
Grace Selbach says Geo, Selbach
tried to kill her with, revolver. Wants
divorce.
Mrs, Odessa Hojdt, 1g, 3110 Clifr
ton av., says husband, Melyin, 18,
Won't suppprt her. Got warrant. ,
Esther Walker, singer at Arspnte
cafe, 1654 W. Madison, JenJd report
thst sje received presents, from. Geo..

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