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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:04; sunset, 5:07.
Louise Hoffle, 72, 3015 Pitney ct,
John J. Gorman, 3755 S. Union av.,
killed. Street car.
Two bandits bound and tied Pae
Set, Chinese, 720 W. 79th. Got $15.
Aug. Levendowsky, 2101 Throop,
A. Asping, labor agent, 22 N. Hal
sted, coughed to death.
Rocco Gillio, 2, 2132 Erie, played
with matches. Died of burns.
Herman Dickow, 2019 Lemoyne
av., suicide. Gas.
Paul Simak, 1725 Diversey av.,
shot self. Dead. Ill health.
Mrs. Mary Eichenberger, 74, 1565
Clybourn av., dead. Gas.
Ben Jundrick, paroled from Pon
tiac, arrested. Believed thief;-
Wm. Dunn, 2222 Michigan av., ar
rested while fighting with Chas.
Darck, 5048 Sheridan rd.
Stanie Sloaka, 13342 Houston av.,
hurt in Ryan Car Works, dead.
$175 stolen from home of John
Cunningham, 41 W. 60th. Three sus
Leopold Karnowski, 1116 S. Robey,
arrested on serious charge. Sophie
Ignalowski, 15, 1402 S? Paulina, com
plainant $100,000 fire attacked S. Karpen &
Co. drying kiln, 32d and Union av.
Street car extension on lake Park
av. between 47th and 55th opened. ,
Det Serg't John J. Duffy, 32 years
on. force, dead.
Mr.s. Nettie LinnemanT 71 Glen
View, hurt in. auto crashv Five others
bruised. ' '
Florence Johnson, Wilmette, found
unconscious on road, accused Peter
Zeutschel, Wilmette, of assaulting
her. He's arrested.
Frank Lippstein, Bowman Dairy
Co. driver, seriously hurt by auto of
Neal T. .Kelly, 1730 N. Kedzie av.
. Mrs. "Billie" Wheeler, 59 E. 29th,
actress known as Thelma Moody,
tried suicide by poison. Out of -work.
John Bretschneider, 2104 N. Ham
lin, seriously hurt and 8 others bruis
;ed. Auto collided with taxi of Ash
land Motor Livery Co.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young in town on
Leopold C. Shrack, 4158 N. Central
Pk. av., suicide. Gas.
Fritz Steur, 1715 Burling, found
Leon P. Craig, Fulton county, Ky,
ex-militia man, tried suicide by pois
on. Out of work.
Fire escape burglar got $800 from
L. J3. Goward and Everett S. White,
guests t Fort Dearborn hotel.
Trinity Episcopal church, "Old
Trinity," 26th and Michigan, re
opened. Four negroes picked fight on South
Side "L" . with Cornell Vermerien,
2303 Park av., and Max Walker, 610
.Bowenav. jtunves drawn. Three ar
rested. Police probing three mysterious
Andrew Westphal, 2221 Belmont
av., shot and killed in saloon fight.
Michael Semro, 2118 N. Robey, ar
rested. Burglars stole safe containing
$200 from A. J. Olson dairy, 225 W.
Norman Prince, aviator and former
Chicago lawyer, killed -while serving
in French aero corps. '
Forty-six negroes and 3 white men
arrested on gambling charge in raid
on Blue Jay club, 10 E. 35t5
Chipley Brown, Youngstown, O.,
came to town for good time. Lost
$180 and overcoat. Police seeking
Mrs. Howard Tuly, 71st and Con
stance av., and Wm. Starr, 4320
Rockwell, hurt in car crash.
Twelve men arrested on ramhlin.
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Douler booked as keeper.
Archbishop Mundelein dedicated
SL Jerome's church. in"Rogers Park,
Fifteen autos stolen yesterday.