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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 19, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO .
Sunrise, 5:34; sunset,-5:52.
j State's Att'y Hoyne to probe re
port of vote frauds in 21st ward.
Thompson politician involved.
Martin Gorman, clerk in County
Clerk Sweitzer's office, beaten. Po
litical scrap. Accused Martin Mc
Dermott and Tim Murphy.
$10,000 string of peals stolen from
Mme. Freffk T. Tagliava at French
Lack Springs. Chicago crooks sus
pected. Four-ton steel obstruction placed
on Rock Island .track near Oak For
est Police probing.
$100 worth of dental materials tak
en from office of Dr. H. J. Coombs,
Mrs. Mary Antone, 28, 2948 E, 95th.
suicide. Shot herself.
Fred N. Johnson, 4, 137 N. Waller
av., drowned in cistern in back yard.
Three robbers stripped auto of E.
" A. Blondin, 5319 Michigan, of every
movable thing while it stoed in front
of Majestic theater.
Twenty con men and pickpocket
suspects freed by Judge La Buy.
Anna Gold won national typewrit
er tournament. Averaged 132 words
a minute on machine.
Harry Crawford, 3626 N. Marsh
field av., accused of beating 4-
months'-old baby and hot supporting
Grand jury to investigate case of
Thos. H. Bibbs, defaulting cashier of
Victoi- Chemical Co.
Mrs, Iva W. Barnes, indicted for
murder of husband, Jas. R, Barnes,
freed on $25,000 bonds.
David B. Hayes, 3050 Leland av.,
arrested on charge of passing $50
bad check on Chas. Deubler, saloon
keeper. ' '
Levi Douglass, Slaughter, la.-, and
Alex Douglass, Baton Rouge, killed
by I. C. train. Another man bdly
Michael Levin lied about age in
postoffice "exam." Sentenced to two
.minutes in jail and fined one cent
Minnie C. Renn wants divorce de
cree of Aug. 4, 1916, in which she
waived claim to alimony from Dr. T.
H. Renn, set aside. Said lawyer who
appeared for her was in league with
vLeo Rice, 5619 S. Sangamon, fined ,
$5 on flirting charge.
Mrs. Mary Saunders, 80, 2884
Archer av., and Anna Dominick over
come by gas.. Serious condition.
John Lenart, 3600 -S. Marshfield,
died from beating by three men. Po
lice searching for men.
Mrs. Dora Andlick, daughter Fan
nie, 11, and A. Kovotwitz, roomer,
overcdme by gas at 730 MaxweU. Re
vived. Albert Carbuck, 2838 Throop,
thrqwn from wagon. Killed.
Edw, Hupe, 8 months old, hurt
Sunday when I. C. train hit auto at
Matteson, HL, dead.
Motorcycle Policeman Edw. Smith
suffered broken leg when machine
hit rut in street while he was chasing
Northwestern(Lutheran Deaconess v
hospital in campaign to raise $150,
000 fund for new facilities.
Six saloons may lose license for
Mrs. Lucie E. Sirrine, widow of E.
E. Sirrine, filed suit against Eliza
beth Logan for property accounting.
Benny Heyman and S. Pasinski,
Rurr Oak saloonkeeper, arrested on
gambling charge. - '
Orvis C. Wheeler, Evanston, and
Dan'l McKimmons, 1424 Grove, city
fireman, hurt when street car hit fire
Walter Summers, 26, W. 18th, ne
gro, arrested on charge of flirting
with Elizabeth Cummings, 6122
Evans av. '
Rev. Henry Wegner, 81, 54 years
pastor German Methodist churches,
Mrs. Carl O. Young, divorced wife
of owner of Washington Park hos
pital, filed bill saying Young violated