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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 23, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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318 -N. Irving av., dynamited by po
lice to capture Henry Mclntyre,
crazed negro, who killed four per
sons. Jack Burke, ex-saloonkeeper, ar
rested as "dip," jumped $1,500 bond.
k Edw. Gallagherand Jas. F. Mason,
743 N. State, arrested as auto thief
suspects. . ' '
9 Woman's Temple passed into the
hands of Field Museum through fore
closure. North Halsted st bridge closes for
five days beginning tomorrow.
, Andrew Jansha, Gary, says wife
murdered Anna Mallaw, found xlead
in swamp.
Mrs. Mary Mensching, Mt Pros
pest, I1L, killed by train.
Death of Josephine Murphy, Min
neapolis, in auto crash, adjudged ac
cident John Reuther, 1338 N. Claremont
av., arrested on forgery charge.
Daniel and I. Lemensdorf, 4524 In
diana av., hurt when car hit wagon.
Edw. Lyons and Ed Davis, alleged
Chicago dips, sent to Crown Point
prison.
Roland Larson, 3218 Monroe,
found shot and wounded. Relatives
say accident
Fire in Thompson political head
quarters scared Union hotel guests.
Chicago Greeks sent message to
Greek king urging appointment; of
Venizelos as premier.
Pension laws condemned at hear
- ing of' Illinois pension laws 'commis
sion. Six policemen required tb arrest
Anna Lawrence after scrap with con
ductor on N. Clark st car. They
, did.
Friends of late John W. Hite, 4500
Michigan av., deride yarns concern
ing treasures he left behind.
Woman's Church Federation say
they're going to get warrant for Mae
Mills, dancer Gaiety 'theater, Harri
son and State, gays she's "immoral."
Mrs. Mary Dubois and John Wein-'
" . shenk skipped away last December
after robbing Mary's husband, Jos,
Dubois, 320 W. Division. Brought
back for trial yesterday. Husband
forgave them and took wife' back.
Mayor restored saloon licenses of
Peter Martilo, 6109 S. State and'Kne
ita & Meskaukis, 3464 Auburn av.
L. W. Kaestner, 1322 Eddy, arrest
ed as flirt in La Salle st station.
THE MARRIAGE PUZZLE
Thorns
Milton B. Schwartze drank case of
beer a, day and kicked wife all night,
said Mrs. Jessie M. Schwartze. Di
vorce. James E. Shaffner roamed away
and never came back after 25 years
of married life. Mrs. Jennie X.. Shaff
ner wants divorce.
Charles W. Martin is a souse, said
Mrs. Elizabeth Martin, 4207 Drexel
blvd. Divorce.
Leroy Milburn had a 'habit of pull
ing Mrs. Elsie M. Milburn around by
the hair. She wants divorce.
Thos. A. Burgess, 3613 Cottage
Grove av., says Mrs. Evelyn Burgess
was , cruel and rough with hini.
Wants freedom.
Orange Blossoms
Herbert Freithe, 1444 Cleveland
av., met Catherine Jacobs, 822 Oak
daleav., at a water cooler in an office
two years ago. She smiled. Last
night they were married. i
Eleanor Matthews, Ludington,
Mich., likes the little cupids drawn
by Frank M. Hopkins, cartoonist
They eloped to Baltimore yesterday.
Rose and Mamie Gottschalk, sis
ters, 631 N. Ridgeway av., to be mar
ried tonight, Rose to E. H. Teare,
4157 Wilcox av., while Mamie be
comes Mrs. P. F. Roeder, 2742 Ward.
Wm. T. Peacock, 46, Chicago, mar
ried Mrs. Eunice Eastman, 72, rich
widow, at Portland, Me., last night
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New York. Business men of coun
try form Wilson Business Men's Na
tional league and outlined nation
wide campaign among business men
to insure Wilson's re-election. C. Jt,
Crane elected president,
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