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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 31, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:22; sunset,4:46.
Ramona Adams, 6, 618 W. 48th pi.,
killed by auto truck near home.
Arthur Keller, 3601 Emerald, driver,
JUTGStcd
Private Gerald Kiley, First Cavalry,
jailed for leaving camp without per
mission. Sarah Schwartz, 10, 1337 Elburn
av., killed by auto of C. C. Mitchell,
Wilmette. No arrests.
Julian Buckowski, saloonkeeper,
3156 S. Morgan, slain by Joliet elec
tric near Summit when auto stalled
on tracks.
Dennis Kennedy, Cleveland, O.,
steeple jack, hurt by six-inch fall to
street at Van Buren and State
Mrs. Tillie Murray, 1608 Clybourn
av., tried suicide. Poison. May re
cover. Will give no reason.
Dr. Chas. Wiley, dentist, ordered
to pay divorced wife $6 a week. Says
he can't afford it; business is bad.
Mrs. Rose Feldner asked Judge
Fisher to bring husband back from
Bridewell Sent there for six months
when found with woman.
Lawrence Gilchrist, 2219 Prairie
av., ordered to pay $5 a week for sup
port of wife and child.
John F. Shakespiere sued for $10,
000. Elmer Sandley, engineer, 2958
Madison, says he stole wife's affec
tions. Hearing of Myra Stevens, held for
alleged Marshall Field's iheft, con
tinued .until Nov. 10.
Dr. Rob't Skoda, convicted of land
fraud, sentenced to 60 days in prison
and fined $1,000.
Mrs. Mary Kallwach sued Niel
Lykke, real estate dealer, 9215 Com
mercial av., for $35,000. Business
affair.
Wm. A. Ratcliffe, former head Re
public Mfg. Co., sued for $25,000 by
Att'y R. H. Grunewald. Assault
charged.
Floyd Martish, held for begging in
the County bldg. Forgot his act as
deaf and dumb. Talked to detective.
Mrs. Gertrude Thomas, 2324 Crom
well av. .asked divorie from husband",
railroad man. Cruelty.
John Tananevicz, private banker,
adjudged bankrupt by Judge K. M.
Landis.
John Faris held in $1,000 bonds as
dope user in hearing before U. S.
Comm'r Fdote.
Coroner's jury warned against two
children on bicycle in inquest over
Beatrice McKenzie, 11, 547 -W. 36th,
killed in collision.
Nellie Eberly, 6500 Harvard av.,
school teacher, in hospital with
spinal meningitis. May recover.
Grover Kinder, 2802 N. Clark", rob
bed of $90 in passageway at N. Pau
lina and Bryn Mawr av.
John Barry 1237 W. Grand av.,
phoned police, giving bum tips on
vice. Put on probation.
Wm. Primento, colored insane pa
tient at Dunning.escaped. ' Robbed'
three stores before caught, and re
turned. Cornelia Hoogerwit, 3, 252 W.
112th, fell into pail of hot water.
May die.
Martha Carlson, 4, 3020 E. 79th
pi., played with matches. Burned to
death. '
Margaret Procter, 4, 1238 E. 70th,
dead. Hit by I. C. train Sunday
night. ,
Chief of Police Healey asked law '
department to take license from Dun
bar club, 3016 S. State, gambling
house.
Council committee on transporta
tion to tour east for traction ideas.
Walter Wachawiak, messenger for
New York Mfg. Co., 1130 Milwaukee
av., missing with $156 of firm's mo
ney. Judge Olson says he will caue ar- ,
rests for criminal libel in Healey
Hoyne case,
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"Washington. Coinage of new"
dimes may be suspended until initials
of designers are removed from die
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