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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 24, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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W. Weigle, defaulting teller of Har
ris Trust & Savings bank.
Mrs. Agnes Orlowski wants divorce
from Stanley Orlowski, part owner
of Lasso Specialty Co. Cruelty
charged.
Helen Ackley, 5129 Prairie av.,
tried suicide by poison. Says Tony
Econmon, 3016 92d stf has her two
valuable rings and has caused all her
trouble.
Four patients escaped from Bar-
tonvule insane asylum.
Two men, believed Chicago, auto
thieves, arrested at Flat Rock, 111.
' Wm. Goodman, Havana, Cuba,
guest at Briggs house, arrested on
charge of having improper literature
in possession.
David Jensen, 12, 1908 N. Rich
mond, fatally wounded. "Unloaded"
revolver.
John Smith, clerk at hotel, 173 W.
Van Buren.Ncarried Emily Befberfeldt
to safety when fire attacked hotel.
$10,000 damage.
P. B. Bernson, 7246 Bennett av.,
contractor, probably fatally hurt
when train hit auto.
Att'y John P. Reed wants injunc
tion restraining sister-in-law, Mrs.
Mary A. Casey Wright, from speak
ing to wife. Says she's trying to
aleniate wife's affections and wants
$25,000 damages.
Michael and Jos. Cataldo offered
$500 for slayer of brother, Nicholas,
shot from ambush.
Police hunting four girls and two
women reported missing.
Frank Cullman, 18, 2300 W. Mon
roe, drowned while swimming at
Whitehall, Mich.
Jacob Vogel, 2.122 Washington
blvd., treated the "boys" on arrival
of baby son. Then he found wife had
twins.
American Bar ass'n plans uniform
auto laws for all states. '
Sen. Henry F.- Hollis explained
rural credits law to Ass'n of Com
merce. Friends sent in calls for police, firet
men and undertakers while Myron
C. Green and 'bride, formerly -Ethel
Hyde, were enjoyitfg' wedding sup
per at 2,451' N. Ashland av.
Serg.'JVIichaei Hartnett and Patrol
man Jos. Cunningham, who staged
fight in Maxell st. court", exonerat
ed by civil service board.
Irish rebel flag wiir be raised at
Gaelic Societies' picnic at Gaelic park
next Sunday. ,
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SUES HENRY FORD FOR ONE
MILLION
J. Stuart Blackton.
Col. Blackton is suing Henry Ford
for $1,000,000, claiming Ford peace
advertisements libeled the photoplay,
"The Battle Cry of Peace," which
Blackton produced.
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LIFEGUARD USES FLYING BOAT
Atlantic City, N. J., Aug. 24.
Authorities have added flying boats
to beach lifeguard service. Machines
of Kenneth Jaai"th and Bery Kend
rick are now officially part of life-
saving equipment.
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