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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 10, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:57; sunset, 5:17.
Arguments for appeal of John F.
Jelke, butterine man, to beat prison
sentence are ended. '
Mrs. Caroline Lane, 2341 Lyndale
av.; Mrs. Edith Coleman, 3065 N. Al
bany av., and Mrs. G. Murphy, 1850
S. Clifton Pk. av., hurt by street car.
Edw. Morris, saloonkeeper, 44 N.
Fifth av., arrested on charge of re
fusing to pay horse race bet, freed.
Said he got money too late.
Chas. Whitney, drug clerk, 57th
and Lake Park av., given five years
on charge of stealing. $250 postal
H. L. Shafer, Milwaukee, probably
fatally injured by fall downstairs at
Marx' restaurant, 56 W. Madison.
Saloon license of Tytus J. Jachin
owski, 1700 W. Erie, revoked. Sun
Lillian Dyslin, 20, 6351 Greenwood
av., tried suicide by poison. Love
affair. Will recover.
Jos. Morro, 526 S. Sangamon, and
Jas. Donovan, 500 S. Desplaines, ar
rested on charge of stealing auto of
Fred Rephard, 2825 W. Jackson blvd.
Helen Evers, arrested in alleged
"blackmail" raid, freed without bond.
Pickpockets got $25,000 in dia
monds and $1,640 cash from Max
Bloom, gem broker, Masonic Temple
Victor Woles, 905 S. Wood, trust
ed agent of Nathan Messe, tailor, 105
S. Dearborn, missing. So is $4,00p of
Mrs. John J. Moynihan, 47, 2225
N. Racine, badly hurt by auto of Vic
Chas. Neumaier, 546 Wells, sui
cide. Hanged self from bannister.
Lawrence Foschinbauer, 4943 N.
Crawford, shot and kelled himself.
Mrs. Bessie Hicks, 7148 S. Chicago
av., dead. Gas. Husband died by
gas 18 months ago.
Wm. Lomax, saloonkeeper, 149 S.
Clark, bankrupt Blamed Sunday
closing law and high loop rental.
Mrs. Mary Rabbus, 1836 S. Mor
gan, admitted abandoning ( 21-months'-old
baby on doorstep of An
tone Kissellus, 711 W. 14th. Said she
had two others and couldn't support
E. Paul McKinney, 4844 N. Irving
av., on "dare" .went out on lake in
Mrs. Marie Offut, 4816 Winthrop
av., divorced from Jas. H. Offut
Carter H. Harrison and wfe leave
Dec. 20 for South America.
John S. Burns says he has won
Dempcratic renomination for legisla
ture, 17th district, by 34 votes.
Mrs. Niels P. Nielsen, 3435 Medill
av., obtained divorce.
Alice Prussing, 647 Roscoe, mar
ried to Herbert L. Trube, Cornell ath
lete. Jack Kenney, alias Jack Lawrence,
arrested on charge of working penny
matching game. (
Jas. Keating, Chicago convict, es
caped from Joliet.
Police say Tammany club, saloon
at Jack Johnson's old place, 41 W.
31st, is shut tight
Safeblowers got $605 from Wind
sor theater, 1225 N. Clark.
Wm. Abernathyr 4245 Greenview
av., jolted Jfrom auto. Badly hurt
Towne Express Co. truck collided
wiih car at Harrison and Racine.
Chas. Rutkauskis, 3244 S. Halsted,
found dead in railroad station at Mil
waukee. Police probing.
Five physicians sought in case of
Mrs. A. E. Engler, 27 W. 113th. Died
of illegal operation.
Mrs. Emily Broghn, 1121 N. Ked
vale av., died Qf illegal operation.
Pauline Baumann, 5, 510 N. Hoyne,
knocked down by motorcyclist who
District Att'y Clyne to make coal
price inquiry. ,
Geo.. Schroeder and wife, Gray's
Lake, DL, hurt Auto turned turtle.