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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 08, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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dealer, married to Cole .Parker, Chi
cago att'y, in Los Angeles.
Judge Gemmill discharged E. H.
Michael, treas. CityCoal & Coke Co.,
charged with bigamy.
Lorine Iverson, 17, 1832 N. Albany
av., missing. Mother fears white
slavers.
OAdoIph Lyzell, German explorer,
' divorced by Hildur Lyzell, 3238 N.
Halsted.
Mrs. Alta Cora Pickles wants di-,
vorce from Root G. Pickles, Morris,'
EL, farmer. Says he makes $5,000 a
year.
- Mrs. Mary Davis, widow of Morse
Davis, Congress hotel suicide, rav
ing she killed husband. She is in
Psycopathic hospital
Frank Karl, 803 Madison, held in
medical diploma mill scandal.
Jos. Meyer found in Nickel Plate
Stove Polish Co., 326 E. Illinois. Ar
rested. Lillian Bergin, 21, 1925 Washing'
ton blvd., suicide. Gas. Despondent
over long hours and poor pay at
WeStern Electric Co.
Three new cases of infantile para
lysis reported.
,Mrs. Mabel Fredericks, 618 E. 89th,
suicide. Poison.
Chief of Police Helenhouse of Le
mont sued for divorce. Wife says
there was plenty of "hell in house"
when he was around.
Ruth White, 2350 Clybourn av.,
and Geo. Taylor, 5062 Sheridan rd
hurt when two autos collided in Sher
, idan rd.
Mrs, Fred N. Lemon wants divorce.
Said she picked a "lemon" alright.
Health Com'r Robertson talked to
Waiters' ass'n on "personal cleanl!-
.ness."
Q Body of unidentified man with
" crushed skull found in Beecher, LL
Ten autos stolen yesterday.
Atlantic City. Mrs. Ella Flagg
Young, former sup't Chicago schools,
denied report shp will stump country
for Hughes and says she will support
Wilson
KNIGHT HAS DIFFICULTY IN
LOCATING AUGUST KRAUSE
If John M. Dimick knows the
whereabouts of August Krause, 4216
Washtenaw av., he has not yet told
state officials who are trying to find
Krause.
Krause's mother yesterday told
R. J. Knight, state inspector of em
ployment agencies, that Albert had
been sent to New York by a firm
rounding up strikebreakers for duty
in case of a railroad strike which was
recently threatened. She has not
seen or heard from her son since.
Mrs. Krause involyed the name of
Dimick and the New York strike
breaking agency of Berghoff Bros. &
Waddell, of which Dimick is believed
by state labor officials to be western
manager.
Krause's mother thinks her son
met with foul play, that he may have
been killed in a riot on a New York
Central train near Cleveland last
week when strikebreakers being, re
turned to, their western homes after
the -rail strike was called off got into
a riot over refusal of the agency to
feed-them. It is known that one was
killed and five seriously injured in
this- fight .
Knight think's Dimick's. latest
roundup of men was intended for
strikebreaking chjty in the New York
car strike.
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MAY HAVE WOMAN PROSECUTE
THE BARNES CASE
In a plan to get a verdict of guilty
against Mrs. Iva Barnes, who shot
her husband to death when she met
him in Washington park Tuesday
night to ask him not to press his suit
for divorce against her, State's Att'y
Hoyne is said to be considering the
appointment of a woman prosecutor.
This would offset the idea that a
crowd of men were persecuting the
woman on trial and it is believed
might aid to break the chain of twen
ty murderesses freed by juries since
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