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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 12, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:59; sunset, 5:14.
David Wigno, restaurant owner,
520 S. State, arrested on charge of
selling liquor without license.
Late Fred'k C. Gedge left $105,000
Clarence F. Drude, restaurant own-,vj
er, iaz s. uearoorn, suea ior divorce
by Harriet Drude. Cruelty charged.
Edw. J. Ader, att'y, disbarred Feb.,
1915, reinstated by supreme court
Det. Serg't Stewart Moss, Tired last
fall after saloon row, reinstated.
r l Carl F. Timmersman, semi-pro ball
player, divorced by Hazel Timmer
Frank L. Jones 'and wife, 5256
Prairie av., and Frank House arrested
as suspects in Hotel Sherman ticket
Grace West, 3, 329 N. Pine av., and
sister, Evelyn, and Dorothy Cleveland
overcome by gas while playing. Grace
is dead. Others in bad condition.
Clyde A. Briegel, 6227 Dorchester
av., who shot self after quarrel with
sweetheart, Alice Learn, 1523 B. 60th,
in serious condition.
Boy snatched purse containing $22
from Mrs. J. H.Hammerquist, 11937
S. Western av.
Fred Kester, 6727 S. Paulina, dead.
L. Marshall, candy store owner,
3403 Colorado av., fined $10 for al
lowing children to play slot machine.
Leon Schoor, 615 Laflin, obtained
divorce. Says wife hit with fork.
Wm fi. Loeran. ex-cashier Bowman
Dairy Co., who skipped after spend- j
ing $1,500 in cabarets, surrendered.
' III. Vigilance ass'n roasted bur
lesque shows. '"
Ephraim Regejiburg, said to be
rabbi, sued for separation by Minnie
Regensburg. Cruelty charged.
John G. Niebel, Downer's Grove,
arrested on bigamy charge. First
wife, Mrs. Minnie Niebel, 1750 Ballou,
Chicago Medical society held Dr.
John B. Murphy memorial meeting.
Mrs. Bernice Cannon1 Shepard
wants divorce from Taylor Shepard.
Geo.d. Cooke Brewing Co. suing
Corn Products Refining Co. for $250,
000, alleging it sold bad grit, caus
ing business loss.
Herschel S. Weis,""actor, divorced
from Mrs. Wanda Mansfield Weiss,
3853 Langley av., who left him day
Henry L. Wales divorced from Har
riet Whitlock Wales. Says she for
got marriage during gay party July
24 arid married another.
Jane Addams back at Hull House.
Jacob M. Dickinson, former sec'y
of war, made record run from Mem
phis to visit sick wife.
.Patrbns of Lexington theater, 715
S. Crawford av., filed out when fire
was discovered next door.
Two gypsy women in-auto robbed
two grocery stores on North Side.
Judge Wm. E. Dever assigned to
Johri Thorn, 10, 2824 Bonfield, hurt
by auto of Ernest Whitaker, 6921 S.
Fire att'y probing fires at 847 E.
64th and "6358 Drexel blvd.
Bankruptcy proceedings lead to be
lief that less than $50,000 will be
realized from assets of Dubia bank.
Buda Codman, alleged-blackmail
lure in E. R. West case, may demand
hearing in Chicago. ""
Alphonse L. Kech, Chicago student
.at Illinois univ., expelled for hazing. '
Sup t of schools Snoop visited the
school board rooms yesterday for the
first time since auto accident.
Arthur McLaren, slayer of Dr. J. B.
Weintraub, tried to hang self at de
Tony Lauzit, 945 Vernon Park pi.,
arrested on charge of fatally injuring
Antonio Romeo 1014 W. Harrison, In
fight ovfer woman.
Judge Chas. o. Cutting is to get B.
A. degree from Willlamette college.