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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:0?; sunset, 5:11.
- Chas. Aranson, 1414 E. 50th, went
walking with Mrs. Margaret Smith.
Wife met them. Scrap. Police sta
tion for all.
Albert Rose arrested on charge of
posing as etate auto inspector.
Moses Masser answered wife's di
vorce suit by saying she has niarry
' ing habit. He's her fifth.
Thos. P. Keyes, real estate man,
arrested on charge of selling alleged
boeus stock.
Dr. Maximilian Herzog believes he-
has discovered germ that causes in
fant plague.
Mrs. Paul Bauer, 1336 Columbia
av., probably fatally burned when
can of kerosene ignited.
Frank Markovitz arrested on sus
picion of annoying girls.
$ Jerr. Novy, deaf mute, killed by
auto of Eugene Buckley, 3044 W.
Harrison.
Eleanor I. Leslie, 3344 Rhodes av.,
' to join French ambulance corps.
Burr Oak inn, in which "Peggie'
O'Day was killed, to be cl6sed.
Helen Meaney, employe of Carson,
Pirie, Scott & Co., found bag con
taining $1,000 worth of diamonds on
counter. Returned them to Mrs. M.
L. Metcalf, Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
Golden Pheasant inn, Chinese res
taurant, filed suit attacking 1 o clock
closing law.
Mrs. Claire M. Clenny, 4709 Ellis
av., wants divorce from Russell H.
Clenny. Cruelty charged.
Bruno Barness, 1563 N. Halsted,
found unconscious. Gas. Out of
work. May live.
Mrs. Katherine Fogg, 6406 Inglg
side av., divorced from Neal. Other
woman named.
Evelyn and Grace West, 5 and 3
years old, overcome by gas with Do
rothy Cleveland, 319 N. Pine av.,
buried together.
Tony Wincheky, 3747 S. Hermi
tage av., paroled by Judge Dolan of
charge of stealing fixtures. " ,
Mr. and. Mrs. Frank Lambert, pa
rents of Marion, girl in Orpet case,
to adopt baby girl.
Samuel Dodge, Hammond, dead.
Train.
Jos. M. Kubik, county tax exten
sion dep't employe, filed $10,000
slander suit against Frank Hlavka.
Edw. LaFonta1n,-843 Sunnyside
av., arrested on wife's complaint of
non-support.
Walter Sonnengleiter, 4, 2517 Cul
lom av., dead.' Bonfire.
Jos. Mendel and Emil Welsky alleg
ed judgments amounting to $10,000
in foreclosure suit brought against
Edw. J. and Emil Novak and C. Mas
ters. ' x
Mrs. Ruth Maypole sued John J.
Maypole, Oak Park, for divorce.
Named Hilda Swanson. ,
Police probing death of Mrs. Digna
Fellicelli, 2624 W. Grand av. Illegal
operation suspected.
1,126 destitute in Evanston.
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HITS T. R. AND LOWDEN
"Watch the newspapers and see if
Col. Roosevelt has any eulogy for
Col. Lowden, Republican candidate
for governor," said Gov. Dunne in a
speech at Jacksonville, HI., yester
day. "I ask yau to fancy, if you can, the
appearance of Col. Roosevelt can
vassing this state for Lowden, who
has behind him, as .Col. Smith, the
other Republican candidate for nom
ination said,v'the representatives of
the Standard Oil millions, the United
States Steel millions, the Harvester
Corporation millions, the stockyards
millions, the Pullman Co., millions
and the public utilities millions.' "
WIN NEW YORK IvULK STRIKE
New York, Oct. 14. New York's
milk strike ended early today. Nine
teen of largest distributors reached
agreement with Dairyman's league,
agreeing to pay producers one cent
more a quart.
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