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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF
Sunrise, 6:49; sunset, 4:24.
Jos. Swager, who murdered wife
on Christmas day, 1913, to be" freed
from Chester asylum for Griminal in
sane. Mrs. Hazql Landran, actress, 515
S. Robey, granted divorce from Jos.
" Landran. Desertion. v
Jos. McCarthy, 622 E. 36th, forged
wife's name on check. She forgave
on condition he stop drinking.
Mrs. Irene Wilcocks wants divorce
from Frank E. Wilcocks, 6047
Prairie. Cruelty charged.
Sam Arado, 1459 Jackson; Barney
-Domah, 1416 Taylor, and Max
Fleischer, 3400 Polk, arrested on
suspicion, fined $5 each.
. Yvonne Torrey says mother, Mrs.
" Gertrude Torrey, 5323, Hyde Park
blvd., put her out Asked replevin to
get clothes.
Mrs, fcdwina Palmer granted di
vorce from Harry Palmer.
John Fuchman, 1821 W. 21st p!.,
fell and broke leg. It was wooden.
John- J. McCarry,. actor, given di
vorce from Mary McGarry. .Deser
tion. John Pender, 16, Oak Park, died-of
infant plague.
Mrs. Sedonia Holly granted divorce
from Elgee Holly. Cruelty.
Rudolph Taborsky, 716 Sebor, slug
ged iy John King, neighbor, when he
lifted Mrs. King to her feet after fall.
King.arrested.
Three armed robbers got $250
from Hill's cafeteria, 1165 E. 63d.
Commandeered taxi and escaped.
Edith Zuttermeister, 1900 S;. Avers
av., attacked by armed man. Screams
frightened him away.
Judge Chas. M. Walker hurt when
auto truck hit his auto. Mrs. Walker
escaped unhurt. Truck the hit
auto of Dr. W. Mf Smodel, 2739
Foster av.
Police arrested 36 men on gam
bling charge in raids on Rainier club,
3210 S. State, and Dunbar club. Ne
fxoes and whites among players.
THE DAY CONCERNING
Jas. F. Porterfield, gen. trans, sup't
L C. railroad, blamed consignees for.
car shortage. '
Jehn Calla, 4809 Archer av.,
switchman, killed by train.
Sam H. Clark, Bismarck, N. D., ed
itor "Jim Jam Jems," and Claire
Johnson, Grand Forks, N. D., married
here.
Bootblacks in loop raising price of
"shines."
Calva Horzat, 8, 1613 Allport,
dead. Hurt by auto of Dr. A. E. Den
nison, 320 S. Hamlin, Saturday.
Ceo. Lyk, 3210 Coles av., died in,
cell at S. Chicago police station.
Harry R. Ricke, (Chicago Tele
phone Co. collector,' robbed of $165
by three armed men at 864 Cam
bridge av.
Estella Hoffman, 11 months, 4315
Princeton av., fell into wash tub.
Drowned.
Mrs. Sarah Claff, 316 E. 39th, bad
ly hurt by auto. Autoists sped away.'
Justice Carter says Illinois supreme
court works 15 hours a day.
Ernest Cifford, 4010 Vincennes av.;
Goldie Simonton, same address; Mrs!
Carl Simonton, Magnolia, 111.; Amelia
Surim, 1335 N. Dearborn, and A. R.
McConnell, 3210 Arlington, hurt
when two autos collided.
Federal court in New York order
ed Guy Biddinger, former Chicago
detective, to Chicago to stand trial.
Divorce suit of Adolph Kausal,
musician, and Mrs. Florence Kausal
to be resumed today. 1
Two bandits got $35 from Carl
Baader, chauffeur for Wm. Lindley,
Lake Forest
L. N. Hines, supt of schools, Craw
fordsville', Ind., urges nine-hour
school day.
Seven auto bandits robbed Great
Northern Express Co. wagon.
John Barrett and two sons, Regi
nald and Kyle, alleged stock swin
dlers, to be tried In New York.
Jury irj case of Andrety Pepper,
charged with murder of' Christian
CHICAGO

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