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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 20, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:46; sunset, 4:25. -
Sixteen Sunday saloon violations
Police hunting Bert Cooper, shot
twice in Bloomlngton. - .
Burglars got $100 from Wm.
Haines' feed store, 1239 FuUerton av.
Mrs. Mabel Moore, 1155 N. Clark,
in bad condition from headache pow
ders. Benj. Arnold, 1436 Grace, died'of
Catherine Rottman, 6030 Union
av., badly cut by falling glass.
Thos. Sekora, 2, Blue Isalnd, swal
lowed penny. Dead.
Katherine Brisick, 16, missing 2
months, found working in Evanston.
Jos. Vandenbosch, 444 E. 46th pi.,
suicide. Gun. Out of work.
M. Elizabeth True, Y. W. C. A.
treas., will aid Annie Sh'arpley.
John Calvin Burnell, ad man, who
once tried suicide, missing.
Herman Schultz, 6500 S. Carpen
ter, whipped Chas. Goulding when
he found him with Mrs. Schultz on
street car. - Both arrested.
$2,500 violin stolen from Chas. H.
Sherman, 6128 Kenwood av.
Valuable violin stolen from Mil
dred Dobbin, Three Arts Club, 1300
, Emil Chrzan, 5, 2926 Wisrrer, hurt
by auto of J. P. Willes, Normal Park.
John f-terron, negro, killed by auto
Jos'. Ochawa, BJue Island, suspect
ed of taking whisky from his former
saloon, 11411 Echlitz av., now owned
by Jos. Frauga.
Henry Bradish, 4024 Potomac av.,
and J. H. Thomas and their wives
burned when auto turned over' and
burst into flames.
John Turkowskir 3244 S. Halsted,
and three others hurt when auto hit
Nick Hevesy, 9354 Woodlawn av.,
hurt when train hit auto.
Wm. Birrell, 10400 S. Ashland, sui
cide. Gun. Quarreled with wife.
Geo. Lloyd and wife, 3759 Grand
blvd., and Chas: McMurray, 342 E.
Huron, hurt when auto hit fountain
at 67th and South Shore driven
Taxi ran up on sidewalk at 311 N.
Ashland av., aftd badly hurt Florence
Blaul, 16, 1533 N. Maplewood av., and
Lulu Schlau, 15, 317 N. Ashland.
Chas. Engle, chauffeur, held by po
lice. Wm. Kupiak and Stanley Posma,
inmates of Dunning asylum, escaped.
Lena Bonadonna, 16, 623 W. Divi
sion,. toldpolice Carl Dagro kidnap
ped her two weeks ago. He's under
Police believe Italian feud is re
sponsible for murder of John Catala
nett6, 3247 N. Halsted, on Mston av.
Mayor Thompson expected back-today.
1 Jas. W. Hanratty, 27, Waverly ct,
killed by U. S. mail auto truck.
S. J. Margo, 6146 University av.,
killed when train hit auto.
Boy companions attended funeral
of "Sonny" Matthews today.
Carroll Croff, 4522 Sheridan rd,
.sued sister, Virginia Groff-Jackson,
for division of mother's $20,000 Hins
dale estate. ,
J. P. McKenzie, 6500 Kenwood av.,
broker, dropped dead in Jackson
Loop saloons are reducing size of
Louis Ranneman, 1140 N. Ridge
way av., found dead. Gas.
Three armed negro robbers got $25
from Niels Ohlsen, 3452 S. La Salle.
Gus Lapp, cigar dealer, 83 W. Ran
dolph, arrested1 on gambling charge.
Sazor rlusln, 855 W. Ohio, killed by
Judge Fisher urging state farm for
Leah Tannenbaum, 16, Russian re
fugee, arrived at home of cousin, J
T. Toloff, Evanston.
Fire in adl&imng bide, aroused
guests at Palmer house. $10,000 los "