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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 18, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:33; sunset, 5:55.
Auto sighted lying in 20 feet of
water in stone quarry north of Hins
dale. Search for bodies will be made.
Stanley Olbern, Jr., 20, graduate of
Missouri University, arrested for
failure, to pay $32 hotel bill at Hotel
Sherman.
Jas. Picner, 3232 Wall'st, suicide.
Drowning. Was to have been mar
ried next month. , ,
Wm. E. Pugh, 2954 Van Buren,
found dead. Gas.
""" Wm." Kent, 348 W. 63d, fell. Head
hit sidewalk. Dead.
John Agnew, 85, city employe for
64 years. Dead.
Thirty persons driven from bed's
when fire attacked apt bldg. at 1634
Chicago av., Evanston.
John Chojinski, Evanston, cut the
.throats of eight of neighbor's ducks.
Arrested.
Thirteen saloons reported open
yesterday.
Unidentified man threw bricks
through window of saloon of Mau
rice Cone, 417 S. ClarkV Escaped.
Henry Kruger, 627 W. 63d pi., lost
$45. Pickpockets.
Frank Sessito, 1167 S. State, found
wounded in hallway. Prank Macri
sought. "
Stanley Czija, 1436 Erie, brought
back here on wife's complaint after
3 years' disappearance.
Oak Park grammar schools reopen
today.
Jack Jones, negro, 351 W. 60th, ar
rested for stealing suitcase from Mrs.
G. W. Brock, 4860 Blackstone av.
John .Marchese, 880 Milton av.,"
shot four times, refuses to talk.
Five Mexicans sought in fatal stab
bing of vJos. Rungaitus, Rockdale, I1L
Police fired on safeblowers as they
tried to wreck strong box of Oakland
Square theater, 3947 Drexel blvd.
Grandmother's shawl coming back
in fashion. '
Mrs. Helen Ferguson arrested on
shoplifting charge. .
Auto struck buggy of Chas. Strahs
and family near East Chicago and
kept on going.
Frank Montovich killed and five
hurt when auto turned turtle near
East Chicago.
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PAVLOWA- HAS NICEST LEGS,
SAY NEW YORK CRITICS -
New York.Sept 18. Take the
legs of Anna Pavlowa, the body of
Charlotte, Hippodrome skater; the
hands of Elsie Ferguson, eyes of
Jane Cowl, mouth of Billie Burke,
hair of Margot Kelly, neck of Mafy
Garden, Martha Redman's nose, the
chin of Mae Marsh, Dixie Conrad's '
shoulders and Ann Pennington's feet
and you would have a perfect wom
an. At least, this is the opinion, of
majority of chorus girls at the Hip
podrome. A ticket to the world's
series was hung up as a prize for the
best selection made from eleven
stage stars to form an ideal compos
its woman.
Pavlowa's legs ran far ahead in
the contest.
Annette Kellerman's body was a
close second to Charlotte's, and
Anna Held, Maxine Elliott and Julia
Marlowe crowded Jane Cowl for the
eye honors.
EXPECT NO MILK STRIKE
The Borden dairies signed up with
the milk producers' ass'n yesterday,
'under a contract that will add about
10 per cent to the' present cost of
milk to dealers. High price of food
in winter was given as the cause of
the raise by the producers.
No opposition is expected from
other dairies to a like raise and no
strike is expected. -s
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- Long Branch, N, Jj-Thieves got
$50,000 in jewels when thev looted
home of Mrs. E. P. C. Young, neigh
bor of Pres. Wilson at his" summer
home. . '
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