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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:41 ; sunset, 4:28.
Sen. Emilio Driggs, self-claimed
Spanish nobleman, fined -$50 on
charge of stealing overcoat" of A. A.
Landry, 2460 Michigan av., in cafe.
Fred C. Mueller, charged with
swindling Edgewater Beach hotel,
Hamilton club and others, arrested in
St Paul, charged with posing as a
government officer.
Mrs. Bertha Crandlee (divorced
from Edward Crandlee. Named Ada
Roland, domestic
Baldassino Mazzini, owner Little
Italy cafe, arrested for selling liquor
without license. Case continued un
til Dec. 15.
Mrs. Caroline Caertner wants
divorce from Ferdinand Gaertner,
4116 W. 25th pi'. Cruelty charged.
John H. Nickell, jeweler, 39 S.
State, sued for $50,000 by Arthur W.
Shattuck, 5545 Prairie av. False ar
rest charged.
John Jones, 4256 Vincennes av.,
fined $50 as keeper of gambling
house; 13 others fined $1 each as in
mates. Francis De Lee Southern wants
divorce from Lydia "Wiley Southern.
Infidelity charged. Named ' Wm.
Thomson.
Martin Knleanak, 3836 S. Sacra
mento av., tried suicide. Poison. Ill
health. May live.
Mary Hromotpa, 2711 W. North
av., who fell from 3d story, dead.
Mrs. Maud Wamser, 1520 N. La
Salle, who slapped conductor's face,
fined $1.
Mrs. Rose Pomrening, 4021 Mal
vina av., wants divorce from Rein
holdt Pomrening. Drunkenness
charged. u
D. Swing Starring, broker, 25 E.'
Division, sued Mrs. L. Marie Vaughn,
44 R Pearson, for $3,050. Says her
dog killed his.
Chas. Rogere, Jr., 27, part owner
Kedzie Annex theater, charged with
wife abandonment by Mildred Rog
ers. ' Case continued, until Oct 25.
Mrs. Margaret Aim, -2029 N.
Spaulding av., wants divorce front
Paul Aim.
Ceo. Doherty, 14, 3604 W. 61st pU
killed by new motor hose cart of En
gine Co. No. 124.
Kenneth Smith, 8, 2156 E. 75th, hit
by auto of F. A. Van Hyze, 2966 E.
90th. May die.
Dr. Walter G. Bain, Springfield,
says workingmen can live on three
meals of ice cream.
Ben Enright, son of Police Lieut.
Enright, 7335 Lafayette av., thrown
from auto when it hit wagon.
Bruised.
Mrs. Josephine Bennett is trying to
break $265,000 will of late Jas. K Se
bree, former owner Saratoga hotel:
Says she wa$ his common law wife.
Mary Laboda, 15, 840 Sedgewick,
hurt by auto. Autoist sped away.
Carter H. Harrison Technical high
school, 24th and Marshall blvd., will
be formally dedicated a week from
tomorrow.
Wesley Casper, 6, 3116 Princeton
av., found dead. Gas.
"Cap" Streeter on trial for wound
ing Det Serg't Wm. Freeman dur
ing police raid on "Streeterville."
Police probingfire that destroyed"
Tony John's barn rear of 1236 Har
rison. Four horses burned to death.
Landlady told Jacob Mitcher, 73,
Waukegan, he must bathe or move.
Tried suicide' with gun. May die.
Mrs. Ellen Brown gave birth to boy
while riding in auto of husband,
Howard C. Brown, 6039 Sheridan rL
Robber got $37 from saloon of Ter-.
rence Hughes, 3319 Colorado av.
Warden Smith, County hospital,;
reported that thieves stole, brass door
plates from entrances.
Capt Larkin, detective bureau, re-,
celved tip that jewel thieves are plan
ning clean-up of grand opera audi
ences. Wilford Hill, negro, 2900 S. State,
shot and killed by Hyman Cohen,,
clerk in Marcus Niemann's pawn-

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