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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 26, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise. 5; sunset, 6:34.
J. P. McCarthy, 5508 Harper av.,
sued for separate maintenance. Wife
charge's desertion.
Police still without clews to iden
tity of murderer of Ninon Modestro,
1274 Burling, killed Thursday.
John Schreck, 3241 Parnell av., sui
cided by gas in bakery, 3648 W. 26tb,
where he worked.
Winnetka police discard belts in
favor of suspenders. f
Ass't Corp. Counsel Breen says he
will tonight investigate charges of
gambling at j3. State street colored
carnival and report to his chief. Car
nival closes tonight
Prince Mahidal, brother of king of
Siam, arrived in Chicago yesterday,
tikes it so well he says he will stay
long time.
"I just kicked him out of the
house," Bertram Udell, Wilraette,
said when asked what he did when
Chas. Strahs, 212S Darrow av
Evanston, called after postponing
wedding wih daughter set for last
Monday.
Mrs. Virginia Brooks Washburne
filed suit for $75,000 against Att'y R.
E. Walter, Mrs. Matilda Eichler and
Mrs. John Eck, who, she says,
brought her name into Mrs; Eichler's
suit for separate maintenance.
Peter Badors, 4020 Indiana 8v
asked police to search for boulekeep
erMiss Dorothy Goodwin, who, he
said disappeared at same time $260
and $800 diamond ring did.
"Sam'l Rothschild and Louis Balou,
proprietors of Cadillac cafe, 213& S.
Wabash, fined $100 for fire ordinance
violations.
Two additional deaths from infan
. tile paralysis: Earl Weiss, 8314 S.
Morgan, and Celia Weeks, 4, Wil
mette. So few legislators have signiled
willingness to attend that Gov.
Dunne will probably not call special
session of legislature to pass act
permitting soldiers on border to vote,
Revision of registry books tonight
is expected to wipe out names of
about 120,000 voters.
Shot fired bv man ejected for dis.
turbing peace wounded Adolph
Batcher, 2437 N. Kostner av., at
meeting of Lithographers' union, 19
W. Adams'.
John Wilkie, who gave address 31 69
W. Monroe, arrested as check 'forger
suspect
Frank Carney, 4112 S. Union, who
killed Mike McDonough in gun duel
in G'Leary's saloon, S. Halsted, ex
onerated by coroner's jury.
Mrs. Lucille Ross, 17, 1425' Sher
man av., Evanston, swallowed bot
tle of ink, half bottle of face lotion
and bottle of medicine after failure
to kidnap child to win back hus
band's love. -
Wm. Thiele, stockholder Inland
Steel Co.,, began mandamus pro
ceedings to compel company to
show its. books.
Wife of Jacob" Glos, tax buyer, got
temporary Injunction restraining
county treasurer from selling prop
erty for taxes.
ANDERSON AN.D HOLPUCH FIGHT
OVER PLAYGROUNDS
A second round in the battle be
tween Aid. John Anderson and the
school board in the matter of play
ground sites was fought yesterday
with Trustee Jos. Holpuch dding hon
ors for the board. Anderson has de- x
dared he visited the board twenty
times about a playground and got no
satisfaction.
Holpuch answered Anderson with
the statement that the zeal of alder
men for, playgrounds was often po
litical. He said that the highbrow"
wards and schools are the only ones
that get playgrounds, not "The poor
district where they are needed.
Holpuch said Anderson 'was anx
ious to sell some Dronertv to tho
LschoOL board fora playground

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