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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:39; sunset, 4:30.
Arthur Kane, alleged bigamist,
6313 S. Laflin, suicide. Gun. Re
cently married without obtaining di
vorce from first wife. Faced prose
cution. Three men arrested in connection
with fatal beating given Geo. Keeler
in saloon" at Summit.
Mrs. Maud G. Wamser, 1520 N. La
Salle, slapped Conductor No. 1560
when he started car without allowing
her woman friend to board it. Ar
rested. Helen Hanzel, 18 mos., 538 Hart
land ct, burned to death. Played
Eugene Heth filed $25,000 suit
against John S. Berger. Said Ber
ger's cow ate his airship.
Frank Forton, 18 mos., 1825 Hast
ings, pulled hot water kettle over.
Scalded to death.
Mrs. Margaret Ver Valin, 330 Gar
field av., bookkeeper Preston Frame
Co., 332 S. Clinton, arrested when
$1,000 shortage was discovered.
Anna Marcado, 3, 1428 Harrison,
dead and Jos. Marcado, 2, badly burn
ed when Anna upset boiling potatoes
Jas Bradshaw, 2930 W. Congress,
and Frank Hynes, 117 Chestnut, ar
rested at Washington st. bridge when
they failed to stop machines after
signal for bridge was given.
Mrs. Dellie Stejskal, 1508 Sedg
wick, and Emil Winter, 2724. N.
Rockwell, arrested after latter's wife"
died. Illegal operation suspected.
Tony Brockman, Thos. Kline, 1621
N. Clark, and Henry Gordon, 4954 S.
State, arrested in gambling squad
raid on room at 56 E. Randolph.
Selina Gray, 3, 526 Noble, died of
burns received playing around bon
Geo. C. Warren, theatrical mgr.,
missing since Friday, returned home.
Suffered loss of memory.
Burglar got $100 ancJ jowelry from
home of Mrs, T, Wattling, 2705 Ward,.
Chester M. Houston, ex-treas.
Grand opera house, sued for divorce
by Hazel J. Houston, 4751 Sheridan
rd. Drunkenness charged.
Late John W. Kiser left $2,400,000
Thos. B. Anderson, Butte, Mont.,
sued for divorce by Katherine Ander
Mrs. Mary H. Niman, 72, 3831 Lake
Park av., hurt when she bumped into
M. P. Randall, 2008 Estes av.
Chas. G. Janke, alias Yahnke,
given five years' sentence on bigamy
Mrs. Katherine B. Camp, Brevoort
hotel, given divorce from Nathan
Camp, actor. Nonsupport
Peter Reeves, one-legged man, 814
Winchester av., arrested on charge of
trying to rob saloon at 3400 Lake.
Wounded in getaway.
Polecat Brown, 18, negro, arrested
on charge of robbing John George's
restaurant, 1353 S. State.
Mrs. Helen A. Youngren, 72, 155 W.
North'avT, who drove auto into curb
to avoid collision, died.
John Zimmer, fined $1 for non
payment of Hotel Bismarck bill, es
caped from identification bureau.
Virginia Pope, society girl, 1210
Astor, has gone on stage.
Julius Rosenwald kicked in $500,
000 to Univ. of Chicago medical
Fire caused $60,000 damage to
four-story bldg. at 1227-29 School st.
Floyd Campbell, negro, held to the
grand jury on serious charge made
by Mrs. Helen Melrose, 4346 Berke
Rev. J. S. Ladd Thomas, pastor
Austin M. E. church, to become pas
tor of Central M. E. church, Maiden,
Willie Schaefer, prizefighter, ar
rested as robbery suspect
Hugo Meyers, 6100 Stony Island
av., arrested on swindling charge.
Glen- T. Whallon, motorcycle po
liceman, to be tried on. Qb&rge q