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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 09, 1916, EXTRA, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:33; sunset, 4:35.
Unidentified man found dead on
Jackson park-bench. Natural causes.
Six injured when empty North
western train sideswip'ed filled one.
None seriously.
Mrs. Frank Van Marn, 1408 Dick
son, found 4-months-old baby Mary
smothered in crib.
Helen Michner, 2346 N. Western
av., put on probation for year. Shot
her sweetheart, Milan Dragon. He
recovered.
Jas. Comerford, 325 W. Chicago
av., dead. Fell from hayloft.
Wm. G. McKay, inspector for
Cleveland Hardware Co., sued for
divorce. Desertion charged.
Fern Roberts, 16, who shot her
father, G. J. Roberts, dentist, will be
sent to private school.
Mrs. Henrietta Ward got a beating
once a month during married life, she
says in divorce bill.
Jas. R. Ward, att'y for Ed Morri
son, eccentric millionaire, called as
witness in Morrison bankruptcy case.
Edward Under arrested in New
York. Wanted here on charge of
forgery. Lost money playing races.
Henry Young, Hotel Sherman, hit
by cruelty claim in bill of Mrs.
Frances E. Young, 1128 Stevens bld.
Over 400 applicants for jobs as
army aviators heard .talk of CapL
Jos. Morrow at Federal bldg. last
nighi
Henry Hartman, 3, 5000 Calumet
av., fell from window while playing
with pet dog.
Dr. J. B. Armstrong, 3505 W. M.on
roe, dead. Practiced here since 1881.
Miss Lucy Page Gaston organized
Anti-Cigaret Clean Life club.
Clint Slack, roomer, 4152 Claren
don av., walloped on the head witji
catsup bottle when May- McDaniel,
who owned flat, found him in pan- !
try.
Henry Moyer, sued for divorce,
likes other married women better,
sye fete wife.
Leopold Heine, 4907 N. Central Park
av., pulled from river by policeman.
Couldn't say how he got there.
Marie Tomek, 2, smothered to
death when father shot himself and
fell over her body at home of es
tranged wife, 3930. N. Drake av.
Members of local transportation
committee left today for New York,
and east to s'tudy traction problems.
"John Bradford," 6610 Loomis, ar
rested as masher on complaint of
Mrs. Charlotte Gould, 2346 Walnut.
Frank Pfohl, 2022 Howe st., hit her
when she stood behind him as he
played cards, says Mrs. Charlotte.
Seeks divorce.
Irwin Gunther, 1471 Foster av.,
probably fatally hurt. Hit by auto
of David Wahl, 831 Wolfram st
Chicago Dock Owners' ass'n pro
tested against new city law asking
concrete docks for river.
Ed Harris, 2420 Warren av., held
as pickpocket. Att'y J. Kwasigroch,
3035 Milwaukee av., lost $2.
Mrs. Catherine Willis, 902 Mar
quette rd., and two companions ar
rested. Mrs. Catherine Helm, room
er, says she was beaten when she
didn't pay the rent
Eighteen autos stolen in loop elec
tion night
Horaoe Bradshaw, 10614 Green
Bay av., shot and killed when gun
went offi accidently in launch on
Calumet river. ' E. J. Lindes, 8829
Buffalo av., held for investigation.
Edward O. Orpet, father of boy ac
cused of slaying Marian Lambert,
left Lake Forest for California.
Mrs. George Hartwick, 5936 Irving
Park blvd., says she married while
in trance. Wants divorce. ,
Trooper Thos. McGuire, First ca
valry, in jail at Fort Sheridan. Stayed
out of camp too long.
Chas. Danzaic, 2712 W. Congress,
victim of Florsheim elevator crash,
died today. Fourth death.
Safeblowers got $985 from C. J.
Gaynor's saloon, 6307 S. Halsted

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