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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 04, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:27; sunset, 4:41.
Wagon of Morris Teaming Co., 308
S. Jefferson, with. $3,000 worth of
rubber goods, stolen while standing
at 13th and State.
Mrs. Catherine Marek, in court for
shooting Jacob Klaus, "other man"
in divorce suit against her. He may
die.
John Bernero and Edward Wink
ler, linemen for dep't of electricity,
fired by civil service commission.
Mrs. Lydia Zimmerman, 234 Flori
mond, suing for $25,000. Says Mrs.
Annie Darmstaedter stole hubby's
love. - n
M. Michaelson and C. Lund, saloon
owners at 125 N. Clark, sued for $100
by city. Kept bar open on Sunday.
Jerry Tollman, 3131 S. Rldgeway
av., suing O. Eisenstein, 2640 W. 23d
pL, for $5,000. Slander
Mrs. Sprague Baker, in suit for di
vorce, says hubby put her on back
of motorcycle and hit all bumps.
Wm. J. McMahon, "cracker king,"
denounced as boozer in divorce trial
before Judge Gridley. ,
Three arrested in federal dope raid
on flat of Jos. Mansfield, 117 W. Ohio.
Mrs. Virginia Evere accused of de
sertion in divorce bill filed yesterday.
Pugh Stores Co., made defendant
In $200,000 suit filed by Otto Eng1
lisch, stockholder.
Burglar got $700 in flat of Mr3. W.
K. Doty, 1627 Hyde Park blvd.
Mrs. Lillian Bigelow, 632 Clark,
asked divorce from Fred, actor. De
sertion. Homes of J. W. Thorne and Charles
King, Lake forest, looted of valuable
antiques.
x Mrs. Jas. A. Hay ward, wife of
wealthy property owner of Berrien
Springs, Mich., here seeking him.
Cus Hagan, 115 S. Dearborn, stab
bed his wife with fork, she says, filing
suit for divorce.
Wm. Marofske, plumber, 1541 N.
Ashland av., had his head broken in
auto crash at North av. and Noble at. j
Wm, A'. Pullman, 199 Lake Shore
drive, near death from pneumonia.
Herbert Carlton hit by divorce bill.
Desertion charged.
Lewis Jacobson, attorney, gave
wife $4,175 and a hqme when she
won divorce suit from him.
October grand jury to remain in, g
Healey-Luthardt case.
Auto bandits got $100 in raid on
drug store of Walgren & Thorsen,
Cottage Grove and Bowen avs.
W. N. Golden, 2920 Lincoln av.;
sought by police. Missing with $760
In sample jewelry.
Frank Zuncker, 1355 Argyle at.,
got divorce when he told judge wife
had no love for him.
Wm. S. Monroe, 64 E. Elm, run
over by auto Thursday. Back at work
Friday. Good physical condition,
reason.
TODAY HUGHES LAYS ASIDE
HIS HAMMER AND WILSON '
TAKES LAST SAY
New York, Nov. 4. The business
of preparing the American voter for
exercise of his choice as to the next
president of the U. S. will come to
a close today.
Both Democrats and Republicans
are ..supremely confident of victory.
Both great parties wound up the
campaign with a flood of advertising
in newspapers throughout the coun
try, which m volume has never been
surpassed in political histoiy, and to
night will burn last red fire and shell
final words of oratory before cele
bration of vidtory Tuesday night.
Pres. Wilson said his last say at
Shedow Lawn on "Old Home day."
Chas. E. Hughes scatteerd his part
ing injunctions to voters in six
speeches here "in New York. Allan
Benson. Socialist candidate, speaks
in Louisville. Benson has one more
speech after the official close of the
campaign in Milwaukee tomorrow.

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