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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 27, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:17; sunset, 4:51.
Mrs. Alice Brown blacked eye of
Martin Luther, movie flirt, in theater,
1156 Van Buren. Then he was fined
$50 and costs. '
Baby boy born to Winona, former
actress, now Mrs. Lloyd Simpson. '
Body of girl found in river at Arch
er ave. identified as "Wanda Tango,"
Indian cabaret singer, by Jos. Telhos,
Jas. H. Milne, Board of Trade man,
Leo Marker, 6, 1122 S. Central Pk.,
lost several hours. Found.
Thos. Mack, 3604 Indiana av., mis
sing. Serg. Frank Russo, First Cavalry,
fined $10. Assaulted motorman.
Pin worth $10 stolen from G. C.
Chamberlin, guest at Victoria hotel.
Body of man, about 60, found in
Lincoln Park lagoon.
Genevieve Bios, 1744 W. 20th,
scalded by coffee Friday, died.
Herman Wagner, taxi chauffeur,
robbed of $16 after riding 4 bandits
around for 6 hours. x
Divorce suit of W. R. Thomas,
Evanston, against Jennie Thomas
dismissed. He wanted custody of 3
Adolph Weiner, B. M. Shaffner and
Abe Weil, charged with being mem
bers of "bankruptcy ring," discharg
ed by Judge Landis.
Hegewisch street car extension to
be begun in near future.
Edw. English held to grand jury on
con game charge and fined $200 for
Coroner's Jury decided Dr. M. M.
Titus died from morphine sulphate. '
Took drug after arrest on illegal op
Ernest Dewees Salmon, merchan
dise broker, sued for separate main
tenance by Mrs. Elizabeth Salmon
TCarl Steinkamp wants divorce
from Mrs. Irene Steinkamp, Evans
ton. Charges desertion.
Fire Chief Kronbitter, Maywood,
wants salary raised from $840 to
Carl W. Batenstein sued for divorce
by Mrs. Lillian Batenstein. Says he
went to hotel with another woman.
Mrs. Josephine Cortese, 1500 Wa- '
bashav., tried suicide. Gun. Will
Owen Holzer, 129 W. Huron, acci
dentally shot in hand fooling with
Woman giving name of "Mrs. C. J.
Jones, 3800 Lake av., walked in lake.
Grace Baker, 12, 4937 S. Michigan
blvd., missing since Monday, found in
The Fair. Says she was at home of
Jas. J. Swenie, son of late Fire
Chief Swenie, filed mandamus to--compel
his reinstatement on fire
Fred Machin fined $50 for annoy
ing Helen Hart. Says she proposed)
to him first
Police Matron Anna Finley, charg
ed with intoxication by Yellow Taxi
officials, exonerated by civil service
Geo. H. Discomb, ass't cashier First
Nat'l bank, divorced by wife in Los
Angeles. She charged desertion.
Albert Al. Field, III. Athletic club,
had bankruptcy petition filed against
him. I. A. C, Congress hotel and
C. B. Pride charge debt
John Dahncfen, 5212 Ingleside av.,
charged with desertion in separation
suit of Mrs. Nellie Dahnden.
Victor Carlstrom will begin non
stop aeroplane flight from Chicago
to New York today. Mftj
Three-weeks'-old baby boy found
in Cobb's woods, Lake Forest.
Mrs. Wm. Danforth, Evanston,
frightened burglar away.
Wife of Cifford Cherry, Kendall
county, won divorce and $150 a "
Forty acres of wooded land along
Pesplaines river recommended for