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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 03, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:49; sunset, 5:29.
Mildred Erickson, 4, 1406 N. Wash
tenaw av., fell inta pail of hot water.
Ashmore, 724 Clark st,
Evanston, suicide. Gas. Lost farm
he had worked years to buy.
Frank Sansone, 770 Polk, slept in
movie theater. Missed watch and
chain on awakening. Two employes
of movie pinched.
Cities along Desplaines river asked
sanitary district to build sewer to
carry filth now thrown into stream.
Isaac Wolfson, 1255 S. Sawyer av.,
suicide. Rope. Illness.
Nick Kavouros, 1154 S. Michigan
av., badly hurt when runaway team
landed in plate glass window.
Marie Cordon, 18, 6629 Bishop, ar
rested. Went to two wakes as rela
tive of deceased.
Mrs. Lucille Steurer, 6030 Calumet
av., dead. Headache powders.
Chas. McFarland suing for divorce.
Cays wife was convicted of shoplift
ing. s. Mrs. Lulu Cloub asked annulment
of marriage when former husband,
thought dead, turned up.
May and Michael O'Connor want
their divorce annuled. Wed after
May had divorce granted, but before
decree was entered.
Clay Collins, police chief, Whiting,
arres'ted. Threw U. S. revenue col
lector out of saloon.
Roy Fitzmiller told judge wife tried
to choke him to death as he slept
Will of John Hardebeck, 6831 Em
erald av., gives wife $11,000 and chil
Henry Hartmann, 129 W. South
Water, sued for separate mainte
nance. Will of Mrs. Belle F. Wheeler, filed
for probation. Disposes of $825,000
Louis Goldberg and Mrs. Dorothy
Hill, Superior, Wis., freed of Mann
.act charges. Insufficient evidence.
Irving Sweet, 11 mo. old, 6509 St.
Lawrence av., dead. Infantile pa
ralysis. Peter De Blake denied divorce
from Delia by Chancery Master Ha
vard. Meta Sidel wants judge to separata
her from Paul, head of Chicago
Shade Co. Says he choked her.
Street comm'r of Lake Forest tore
down number of unsightly sign
Jas. Boyd, 743 S. Kedzie av., shot
in back in poolroom fight Jas. Smith,
3220 Lexington, held.
Several firemen had narrow escape
in blaze which destroyed 3 houses
and barn at 831 Miller st
Jas. McCaffrey, 1823 W. 13th, and
fiye other boys held as auto thieves
in raid on barn yesterday.
Sergt Edward Cassidy, Chicago
Heights, shot and seriously wounded
by member black hand gang.
Wm. Rohe, 2239 W. Adams, lost
$230 to three auto bandits who made
him drive them around city in his
Trials of Att'ys Chas. Erbstein and
Pat O'Donnell postponed to Nov. 1.
WHEN COW JUMPED MOON SHE
TOOK VEGETABLES ALONG
NewYork, Oct. 3. Milk is up a
cent a quart. Bread costs a penny
more per loaf. Meats are constantly
on the rise. That is the tale all over
town, but today a new boosting pro
cess is under way increase in price
Corn on cobold today at $3.25 per
hundred ears, as against $1.50 a year
since; string beans were $2.50 a
bushel against 75 cents a year ago;
a crate of tomatoes was $3, against
50 cents; peaches $1.25 a basket,
against 85 cents, and so on through
the list. Best grade of eggs are with
in reach of only a Rockefeller pock
etbook and butter and meats are at