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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
'Sunrise, 6:47; sunset 4:25.
City Treas. Chas. H. Sergei, elected
pres. of sanitary board, urges salary
of $12,000 instead of $10,000 to new
city treas. .
Alexander C. Delson, 1933 Hum
boldt av., pres. Delson Knitting Mills,
sued wife for divorce. Cruelty
charged- , ,.
Mrs. Geo. M. Wisner urged alder
men to pass ordinance for electrocu
tion of dogs at city jiound. Dogs
now killed -by charcoal fumes.
David H. Klapper wants divorce
from .Mrs. Faybelle Klapper. Meyer
Shamberg named. -
Jos. Pretzel, 3621 Ellis av., fined
$25 on charge Of annoying Blanche
Petit and Eleanora O'Leary, both of
717 E. 35th. f
Dr. Margaret A. Otis fined $25 on
charge of prescribing drugs.
. Police hunting Jos. rlyer, tormeny
of Kentland, Ind., missing since 1892.
Mother grieving for him.
Geo. K. Holmes, restaurant owner,
sued for divorce by Ella Holmes. Says
he runs around with waitresses.
' Jos. Pusvayn, 1156 W.'17th, tried
suicide. Cut throat, ni health. Willi
. Arthur, M. Cohen, alias Wm. A.
Udiuiici aiiCkJt&u rtujjvu umivw
'passed many worthless checks.
David I. Lipman, 208 E.. Superior,,
sued for divorce by Mrs. Catherine
Davy Lipman. Cruelty charged.
. Policeman Herman Errgang, For
est Park, who killed Angelo Gem
mato when he saw. him robbing store,
Philip Mango, Oak Park, sued for
divorce.- Wife charges cruelty.
Herman, Schultz, 6500 S. Carpen
ter, who beat Chas. Goulding when
he saw him with wife, freed. Wife
lectured by Judge Caverly.
Auto bandit stole stuffed bear from
In front of-Lincoln Turner hall. -
Jos. Hagermann, 4325 Madison,
truck driver, thrown 100 feet when
"ln hit truck. May die.
Northwestern co-eds to study
- Wm. Kinna, Elgin Watch Co., mis
sing. Had askea queerly. Said he
was going to confer with Henry Ford
John Barrett and two sons, Regi
nald and Kyle, under indictment ior
stock' swindling, arrested in Mon
treal, Can. i
Nine professional bondsmen placed
on Judge Olson blacklist.
Mary Mahoney, 6715 St Lawrence
av., and Fred J. Plaejtner, 23 W. Mon
roe, hlirt when ?mto hit them as they
alighted from car.
Chas. Dam, 224' E. 57th, accused of
skipping with $J5 of suit club. -
St. Luke' hospital raised nurses'
John Shore, 6131 Indiana av., sold
chances on safety razor. Arrested
Vedder st Presbyterian church and
Olivet institute to install movies.
Harriet Fulmer took ud iob-as head
county neaitn aep t.
Dr. Hayes W. Carlin, 1125 W.' 29tfi,
got broken leg when auto upset.
Capt Patrick Lyons fireman since
1893, cap'Lof fire tug Graeme Sew-,
art, dead. " '
Howard Kyle, salesman, arrested
on bigamy charge, FJrst wife says
he married Magaret Laflamme, ca
Hugh A. Widenier, 5619 Prairie av.,
arrested on 'fraud charge. Frank
Wilson, 2330 N. Clark, complainant.
x Mark imbrugia, .54, 419 W. Oak,
Shot 15 times in "Little Italy." May
die. Assailant escaped. ,
Matthew Dick and Paul Martin,
Chicago boys who left Yale to make '
"own way in world," reported in
Prince Albert, Saskatchewan, Can.
Att'y C. E.,Erbstein led raid on six 1
"blind pigs" near Elgin.
- Mayor Thompson may delay ap
pointing ne"w school board members.
Ted Thacker, 22, formerly of Edge-
water Beach hotel, Arrested In MiamL-