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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:43; sunset, 5:39.
Seyenteen persons missing.
Aid. Wm. J. Lynch, 30th ward, ill.
Stanley Cardis, 3512 Emerald av.,
dead. Overcome by carbon monox
Vincent H. Boursey, 35, Mandel
Bros, employe, dropped dead at
State and Madison.. "
Wholesale flour now at $9.10 a
W. H. Waldir, 41, 4631 N. Central
Park av., killed by taxi of American
100 autos destroyed when fire at
tacked Graceland garage, Southport
av. and Irving Park blvd:
Mayor Thompson may be fined
$500 by gov't because his yacht ten
der is not equipped with lifeboats.
A. U. Tomlinson, 35, pres. of High
Point, N. C, chair concern, found
shot to death in Hotel Brevoort. Sui
M. Chonett, 26, drowned in lake off
Madeline Childs, Lake Forest, hit
by auto driven by Chas. A. Monroe.
Low vitality is increasing death
rate, said Dr. M. M. Carrick, N. Y.,
Four men taken on gambling
charge in raid at 14 W. Van Buren.
John Wilson, 26 W. Van Buren,
booked at keeper.
Alfred Johns'on, removed from po
lice dep't in 1897, filed writ to get jq.b
John F. Doran, 1052 Albion av., 37
years finance clerk in P. O. money
order dep't, dead.
David B. Hayes, 3050 Leland av.,
arrested on charge of passing bad
Four new cases of infantile para
- lysis reported.
Frank H. Seeleck, Oak Park, got
fractured skull in fall from roof at
2529 Leland, av.
Wm. Bannelli, 556 Mather, em-
ploye of American Express Co., fell
from wagon. Died of injuries.'
s John B. Mclnerney, inspector of
street repairs on local improvements
board, exonerated by civil service
board. Charged with neglect.
Wm. Hughes, Louisville, Ky., want
ed on charge of Mrs. Florence
Browne, 6215 Greenwood av., who
says he stole $1,800 jewelry.
Frank Kniszick, inmate of Chicago
State hospital, suicide. Strangled
self with' shoestring.
fiam rtnrt OOyic r;..; .
hnr- r , 7 v ' J division, ana
Michael Ashner, 919 S. Wood, freed
' oiouu uuarge.
Four Burnham cabaret girls es
caped injury when auto upset Thos
Burns, driver, arrested when it was
found car belonged to W. B. Seelig.
Arthur A. Celatt, whose wife turn
ed on eras nnrl THiioi wit i i , ..
Madison, Wis., located here. Wouldn't
discuss domestic troubles.
Edmond Crane Fitch, 322 E. Gar
field av., disappeared after selling
auto for $400. Wife believes he'!
victim of con men.
,. Frederick D. Bennett, St Louis,
died by gas in St Louis hotel room.
M tW dauSQters in Chicago.
-...-. ,ulJljr nill superior, wis.,
arrested on Mann act charge. Said
to have transported girl from Wis
consin to Minnesota for immoral
Jas. J)udgeon, 4317 Congress,
dead. Gas. &
Dr. Herbert Potts, 31 N. State,
sued for $10,000 for alleged mal
practice. Eugene McLaughlin, 6008
Wentworth av., complainant
Anton Strosinski, 13944 Went
worth aV.. itimnprl in fririt nt :
Augusta Desanta, 1015 Lutle, died
of burns received in explosion at
Illinois central boiler room, 14th and
Elizabeth Znacrnski, 6 mos. old,
2916 N. Avers av., smothered to
aeatn m bed.
Will of Mrs. Grace Rothbert Babb,
vaudeville actress, ordered impound-