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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 11, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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' NEWS OF
Sunrise, 5:58; sunset, 5:16.
Wm. Sill, 3218 Ellis av., tried sui
cide. Gas. Saved from death by his
wife. Family troubles.
B. B. Duncan asked divorce from
Marguerite. Says he married her
I oajn vtieroerry, in sun lur aivorce,
$ named three men. Wife denied
C. C. Adler and. J. W. Newey fined
$5 for speeding in Evanston. Hurried
to Northwestern "U" game.
Will of Fred Bushing, 2139 S.
Western av., filed. Estate, $52,000, to
J. P. Crubbs, Urbana, III., sued.
Wife says he brought divorced wife
to their house.
Sid Dago, 3516 Calumet av., ar
rested. Eleanor Long, 733 N. Trum
bull, said he accosted her.
Att'y Frank Culver fined $10 and
- costs. Assaulted newspaper photo
grapher who tried to get picture.
American Car and Foundry Co. to
open plant in Gary. Will employ
Wm. Borman, 2921 N. Halsted,
sued wife. Named another man.
Nellie De Gora, 2740 Shields av.,
hit by motorcycle of Frank Ginsta,
1921 W. 18th pi.
Mrs. Anna Novak, 1838 S. Racine,
held for murder. Baby Stanley, 3,
died when she turned on gas in un
successful suicide attempt.
Rosa Atlas, 1102 N. Ashland av.,
midwife, fined $10. Didn't report
babe's sore eyes to health dep't at
. Tena Krockover, 1325 Wells, and
Jennie Schiro, 1459 Sedgwick, candy
factory girls, missing. Police asked
. to search.
' Frank Bryerton, watcfVman, died
in undertakers at 1207 W. Grand av.
Herman Reichardt, saloonkeeper,
Forest Park, hit by divorce suit. Wife
says she started him in business; ungrateful
Five hurt when laborer's pick hit
dynamite cap in Wilson av. tunnel.
Austin Coleman, 3217 S. Dearborn,
Mrs. John Early filed suit for di-'
vorce. Says her husband sharpened
knives and grinned at her.
Seven io'entified jewelry taken from
Adam Brockaski, 2039 Le Moyne,
after arrest as burglar.
Jos. Kejna, 1421 Kostner av., tried
suicide in lake. Rescued. "No luck,"
Gus Schroeder, 2028 Dakin, lost
job at 229 S. Market Went back;
shot Harry Holler, 3328 Belden av.,
Dorothy Cleveland, 318 N. Pine
av., and Evelyn and Grace West,
chums, overcome by gas while play
ing in bath room. Will recover.
Morris Sigel, newsdealer, 48th and
Chicago avs., fined $50 and costs.
Louis Becker, baker, 847 Maxwell,
told police he was slugged twice. Re
fused to raise price of bread.
Jacob Sherlan, 3, 12 1335 S, Cali
fornia av., strayed from home. Found
Clyde Briegel, 6227 Dorchester av.,
tried suicide. Gun. Girl companion
repulsed him. Will five.
Mrs. Sarah Roth sued Gertrude
Gavin, 2961 Warren av., for $50,000.
Says she took love of hubby, publish
er "Wholesale Grocer."
Harry Ingals, 385 Park av., and
Russell McGill, 220 N. Clarkson ct.,
held as freight car thieves in Evans
ton. Mary Hazelton asked divorce from
Everett. Says he choked her.
David Weisbaum, 301 W. Madison,
held. Sold guns to Arnold Mesch and
L Elmer Schlueter on trial for murder.
Charles Ernet, 16v8 N. La Salle,
salesman, fined $10 and -costs. In
mate of disorderly room.
Herman Ahrendt, Forest Park,
killed his wife and shot himself. Fam
ily troubles. He will die,
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