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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 30, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OV THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:46; sunset, 5:34.
Body of red-haired man found in
river at Franklin st,
Florenz Lauder, 2914 W. 22d, ar
rested on charge of stealing Giree
watches from Nathan Vogel, jew
eler. James Mason, 713 North av., held
to grand jury on auto-stealing
Wm. Gosko, 2, 883 Erie; overturn
ed boiling water kettle. Scalded to
" Mrs. Mary W. Crenier, Oak Park,
obtained divorce, $3,440 bash, ali
mony $100 month for first eight
years arid $85 a month -after that.
Jos. Csabal, foreman Burnside
shops, I. C. road, sued for $25,000 by
Julia Miczinsko. Alleged breach of
Dr. John P. Furno sued for dfvoree
by Mrs. Violet Furno. Infidelity
charge. - .
Hqnry Lawrence, 15, 737 N. La
Salle, arrested on charge of passing
Thos. H. Logan, dentist, sued for
divorce by-Blanche Logan. Infidel
Thos. B. Novotny, private banker,
Leopold A. S. Woods wants divorce
from Phyllis L. R. Woods on drunk
enness charge. Says child born to
her is not his.
Frank Sadowski, 3427 Union av.,
and four others hurt when auto turn
Christopher N. Rooney, druggist,
arrested in Cleveland' on bigamy
charge. ' - -
Four piano movers hurt when
piano got away from them at 6146
Arthur J. Rose, West Side hotel
owner, sued for separate mainte
nance by Minnie Rose. Cruelty
North roadway, Madison st bridge,1
dosed to traffic tomorrow.
August W. Miller, sup't of streets,
will ngt quit job for campaign for cir
cuit court clerk.
Armed posse of Wilmington, III.,
searching woods for assailant of
AliCe Davey, school teacher.
Julian Radzikewicz refuses to ad
mit he killed Jos. Siviencicki, 8681
Manistee av., who had tried to steal
Police probing death of Mrs. Ellen
Jackson, 27, 3716 Langley av.
Washington park fishing season
Whett Ceo. W. Lowrey, Morrison
hotel, left for California he left dog,
"Foxy," behind. Foxy grieved and
then committed suicide by leap from'
Frank Warde, former cashier Sco
vil Mfg. Co., 224 W. Lake, wanted on
embezzlement charge, caught in
Marshalltown, la. $1,000 shortage
Mary Burns, maid in home of L. A.
Crowell, Evanston, missing.
Leroy Sonnenschein, 26, 849 Barry
av., suicide. Gas. Wife left him.
Fourteen persons reported missing.
-Aldermen inherit job3 from their
fathers, said one applicant for citi
zenship papers yesterday.
Thos. Piccara, wealthy N. Y. im
porter, arrested here in connection
with, black hand murder in N. Y.
Only 14 new cases of infant plague
reported this weekr
Dr. Wm. K. McLaughlin, 2715
Michigan av., hurt by street car.
Dr. Jas. Stuart Ainslee, founder of
North Shore Congregational church,
has returned to Chicago to1 found a
Eyanstoh school children to fight
Edgar Hettinger, 19, sentenced to
death for murder of Mrs. Agnes Mid
dleton. Edward Stevens,-B, 4432 N. Lemqn,
killed by train.
bishop C. P. Anderson wants data
on case involving Rev. R. H. P,