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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 17, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHfCAGO
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Harry D. Tabor, arrested in Cinn.
on baseball pool charge, rearrested in
Chicago and held to grand jury on
Beatrice Benton, actress, sued Wil
son av. bathing beach for $25,000.
Says injury caused by defective plank
caused injury that necessitated re
tirement from stage.
Edmund S. Bell, 6931 Stewart av.,
said wife admitted relations with
Fred Ehrke, 4642 Michigan av. Di
vorce. Jos. Durnowski, 2137 12th, arrest
ed on charge of passing bad checks
on Mrs. Anna Martin, 226 W. S. Wa
ter. Rollin K. Mead, 1242 E. 46th, di
vorced from Mrs. Charlotte Kings
ley Mead. Desertion.
Leo Gutwller, 2869 Archer av.,
serving 6-mos.' sentence on non-support
charge, saw baby for first time
yesterday. Wife wants his release.
Chief Healey filed charges against
Patrolman A. J. Hanreddy, Irving
Park station. Intoxication.
Mrs. Cecil McClay divorced from
Wm. T. -McClay. Learned he had
other wife. He's in Joliet on forgery
Michael Semro held to grand jury
on charge of murdering Andrew
Westphal, 2221 Belmont av.
Geo. Bejin, actor in "The Great
Lover," known as Geo. RomaTn,
wants divorce from Rose Leslie, act
ress. Desertion charged.
State case against Buda Godman,
alleged lure in blackmail case, con
tinued until Oct. 27.
Jos. fylaponiello, saloonkeeper, 500
W. 25th, arrested in rear room with
six other men Sunday, discharged.
Body found in river identified as
John Warnok, 1634 39th. Bruises led
to murder theory.
Mrs. Victoria Moore, 6232 S. Park
av., said Chas. E. Moore was guilty
of cruelty and drunkenness. Divorce.
t Chas. W. Pen Dell, consulting en
gineer, 6204 Lakewooa av., divorced.
Said Mrs. Flora Pen Dell refused to
live with him.
Mrs. Ida Peterson, 455 Oakwood
blvd., hurt by auto.
Robt. Ricaby, real estate man, sued
for divorce by Helen Ricaby. Cruelty.
Harold Eugene Fisher, serving time
on con game charge, sued for divorce
by Pauline Fisher.
Salvation Army opened nw hall at
1709 W. Hadison.
' Mrs. Elizabeth Pahnke 1859 Hast
ings, dead. Gas. '
Geo'. E. Lewis, 3155 W. 16th, rob
bed of 21 by two armed men.
Fire caused $3,000 damage to the
estate 6f R. B. Dick, Lake Forest.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young may regis--ter
from Hotel La Sall,e today.
Anna Stearns, who calsed Pastor
LGairdner's troubles, married in, De
troit to Thos. B. McCarthy, ex-con-
Touring car struck auto in Ham
mond. Injured six people. Kept
Mrs. Matina Guerss, 912 Oakwood
blvd., got $5,000 breach of promise
verdict against Hiram L. Zumbaugh.
Edward Reed divorced by "Mrs.
Mollie Reed, 3846 Ellis av.
John Gannon, 105, 1163 Chatam
Motorcycle of Policeman John
Beggy hurt Thos. Gilbert, 5130
Union av., and Patrick Coffey, 7060
$50,0Q0 collected by Tag day girls
Thos. McAdams, ex-head of Mc
Adams Mercantile Agency, arrested
on charge of embezzling $3,000 from"
Mrs. Margaret Erie, 4175 N. Kedvale
John Anderson, 53, found wander
ing in bare feet Says shoes were
stolen and he didn't want to wear
out socks. Locked up.
Jos. Brusek, head of family of six
dwarfs, sent to Bridewell for eighth