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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 20, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS bF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:35; sunset, 5:52.
Anthony Chiarla, 2, 137 E. 117th,
fell on six-inch spike. Dead.
Geo. D. Milligan, Heath & Milligan,
616 S. Wabash av., found snake in
office. Caught
EJgio typhoid epidemic on wane.
Irene Steiger, 6312 S. Marshfield,
wrote 109 words a minute on type
writer at Coliseum business show.
John B. Murphy Memorial ass'n to
take first steps for building of $500,-,
000 memorial to late physician.
James R. Barnes, for whose mur
der wife has been indicted, left $25,
000 estate.
Mrs. Vincent Guzck, 4109 S. Ash
land av., who stabbed husband to
death, pleaded self-defense. Exorier
1 ated by cororier's jury.
Eight men arrested in gambling
raid at 25 N. 5th av. Geo. Meyer, 225
N. Racine av., booked as keeper.
Mrs. Hannah K. August, 5493 Cor
nell av., found dead. Gas.
James C. Cowen, sup't National
Lead Co., granted divorce from Hel
en B. Cowen. Named other men.
Chas. E. Smith, 3722 Wabash tiv.,
wants divorce. Said wife has habit
of beating him up.
Eleven missing persons hunted by
police.
Frank Shrog, 1157 Washburne av.,
divorced. Said wife, Rose, ran away
with Harry Rudolfsky.
Board of local improvements voted
to borrow 50 per cent of money ne
cessary to proceed with 12th sti wid
ening. Lee Graves, musician, deserted her,
Mrs. Louisa Graves, 2030 Warren av.,
said. Wants divorce.
Late Judge Freeman left estate .of
$41,000 to widow.
Mrs. Rose Slad wants divorce. Said
hubby left her.
John C. Adams, editor of Peotone,
HI., Vedette, said small towns were
"overchurched."
Chas. A. Brady, Glen Ellyn, wishes
divorce. Says wife deserted Mm.
Policeman John J. Hardy praised
in "Police Bulletin" for capture of
Allen Wrenn, wanted on serious
charge.
Max Fleishman, "Rubbernose,"
caught as pickpocket suspect
Paul Girten, arrestee) as 7lirt in
front of Boston Store, fined $25 and $;
costs. i .
Mrs. Marjorie Dean Cronkite -to
wed Wm. E. Taube, named in Cron
kite divorce suit
Edward Kunde, 14', 6427 S. Troy,
killed by auto of Roy Reeves, 3209
W. 64th, in which three street in
spectors were riding.
Louis Spena, 13 S. Halsted, ar
rested on charge of flirting.with Eva -Dubin,
3214 W. 13th.
Judge Cooper declared Mrs. Alma
Kelly, 656 W. 61st pL, sane.
Citizen's ass'n says children are
being used to sell punchboard gam
bling devices.
Mrs. Ella Snyder says Alvin Sny
der is too lazy to work. Wants di
vorce. Counter men at -Fort Dearborn
Hotel cafeteria struck when woman
was placed in charge.
Oscar Schubert, Michigan City,
Ind., met pleasant person. Matched
pennies. $15 gone.
Wm. Carey, 5631 S. Marshfield, fell
from tree! Dead.
Henry Durschlag, Evanston tailor,
named Henry Hahn in bill fop divorce
from Rose Durschlag.
Michael Horkovich, "crippled" beg
gar,ran when cop approached. Fined
$10.
Mrs. Sarah Kessell wants divorce
from Barnett Kessell, motion ,picture
man. Names "divers women." ,
$8,500 damage caused by .fire at v
Blake & Co.'s monument works near
Oakwoods cemetery. '
Henry Crawford, 3626 N. Marsh
field av., fined $5 for whipping 4-months'-old
son.
Christ Herhey, arrested for dis
playing gun, said when wife wrote
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