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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 31, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Burglars got $300 silverware from
home of Cant. " Percy Coffin, civil
service board head, 3723 Pine Grove
County bldg. elevators stopped for
naif an flour. Fuse blew out.
South park 'police enforcing ordi
nance prohibiting smoking autos.
N. H. Carlson, 5309 S. Paujina, lost
$3 and diamond ring, and Jos.
George, 620 VS. State, lost $225. Pick
pockets.
W. D. G. Root, 440 S. Dearborn, ar
rested in Detroit. R. J. McGowan,
3457-N. Lincoln, says he swindled
him out of $300.
J. W. Carney, 9, 4212 S. Union av.,
son of Frank Carney, who recently
killed Michael McDonough, hurt by
auto of Jas. Sadouskas, 2100 S.
Crawford av. v
Incendiarism suspected in fire in
Lake View bldg., 3139 N. Clark, ten
days ago.
Frank A. Hoffman, 732 Grace, held
to grand jury when found wearing
stolen suit of Lee Prank, 4714 Grand
blvd.
Jas. Garl, 737 Rush, dead. Fell
down "L" steeps.
Auto of Luther V. Rice, 444 Aldine
. av., stolen.
John Penzdels, 1236 Penn, hit by
car. May die.
W. Cameron Jayson, 19, W. Erie,
sued for divorce. Wife charges cru
elty and drunkenness. Says he has
$350 monthly income.
Wm. Stavinsky, 2236 W. 20th, fell
from wagon. Skull fractured. Dead.
Anna F. Burns, Morgan Park, sued
Colema F. Bifrns for divorce. Cruel
ty charged.
Sam Lee, Chinese laundryman,
2030 W. Van Buren, beaten and rob
bed -of $50 by 3 men.
Theo. Kutz, 16, hit by street car.
May die.
Anton Hanus, tailor, 3604 W. 26th,
sued for divorce. Wife named, three
co-respondents.
Michael Kedzirski, 1810 W. 18th,
found dead. Heart disease.
FriSda Ahrendt, Forest Park, wants
divorce" from Herman" F. Cruelty
-charged. ' I '
Jos. LeVernay, 19, Evanston, fined
$5 on charge of, robbing grocery"
store. t
Mrs. Gertrude Irene De Long, 19,
wants divorce from Jess Walter De
Long. Married March 15, 1916. Say's
he left lier 2 days later.
Fred P. Hart, 6110 University av.,
and Lillian Monroe, Evanston, elop
ed and married in Valparaiso, Ind.
Ada LaMarre, 5437 Greenwood av.,
met "Frank" in loop cafe. Had taxi
cab ride. "Frank" and her $200 ring
missing.
Geo. Schvertz, dentist, 733 Hermi
tageav., arrested in connection with
diploma mill investigation.
Municipal Tuberculosis Sanitarium
ordered white plague survey in cen
tral part of city.
Mrs. John Max wants divorce. Says'
hubby showed her where "Edith"
playfully bit him.
John A. Anderson, real estate man,
1944 Birchwood av., arrested on the
charge of firing shot at ex-tenant,
H. E. Baggott, 7474 Rogers av.
Albin Polasek, N. Y., appointed
head 'of modeling and sculpture dep't
at Art institute to succeed late Chas.
J. Mulligan.
Serg't W. J. Prindiville exonerated
by trial board for accepting $50 re
ward for recovering stolen auto. Past
record saved him. ' .
Mrsj Minnie Harrison sued John
NoyeSHarrison, said to be Milwaukee
banker, for divorce.
Mrs. Agnes Hume, 68, 4905 Fulton,
hurt by auto of Morris Greenspan,
225 N. Cicero av. ' ' '
Att'y P. H. O'Donnell filed $100,
000 damage suit against State's Att'y
Hoyne, Henry Berger and Abe Frank.
Says they conspired to hurt his
name by indictment in connection
with police scandal.
Mrs. Malvina Taubman wants pass
port to go to Germany and care tot
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