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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 24, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:51 ; sunset, 4:23. . '
Michael J. Lillis, patrolman Gresh
am station, discharged. Intoxication.
Federal civil service board to hold
-examination for designing engineers.
Pays $10 to $15 a day.
Body of R. M. Howard, 442 N.
State, found in river.
No trace of Marie Kent, 1225 Tur
ner av., missing since Saturday.
Julius Kasper, 5002 S. Ada, held
Co grand jury on charges of little girL
Mrs. Maude C. White given divorce
from Bert C. White, ex-postmaster of
Downer's Grove. Cruelty.
John Peterson, former inmate of
Dunning, arrested .for throwing
bricks into Shakespeare av. station.
,May be sent back to asylum.
Mrs. Sadie Coleman divorced from
Chas. E. Coleman. Said he wouldn't
do anything but gamble..
No clue to latest Little Italy mur
ders. Dr. Robertson's diet squad will
have dance tonight at Hotel Sher
man.' Mrs. Sadie Cap Ian wants divorce
from Max Caplan. Says she found
him living with Martha Goldstein.
Or. Emile Bunta, former psycho
pathic expert, sent to Elgin. Mental
breakdown four days after marriage
to Lucy Howard, nursa
Mrs. Amalie Stroening, 1614 "Wal
len av., wants divorce from Oscar.
Says he became infatuated witli a.
woman in New York cafe.
Mrs. Harry Fletcher divorced.
v Says Harry loved Mrs. Pearl Heller.
Chas. A. Cuney given divorce.
Other man.
Mrs. Edw. Lottman granted a di
vorce. Desertion.
Henry Barrett Chamberlin appoint
ed to executive board of Legislative
Voters' league.
Mrs. Fred Frankenberg given di
vorce and $60 . month alimony.
Drunkenness charge.
Seumas MacManus, Irish writer,
gays Ireland jvfll revolt again
Mayor denied Nick Hunt may be
police chief.
Robert T. Bridon, 64, 839 N. Dear
born, dead. Gas.
Mrs. Fred Rupp go't divorce. Said
Fred wouldn't bathe. ,
Oscar and Nellie Lance and W. J.
Schilling, caught in raid; on 1523 S.
Wabash ,av., held to federal grand
jury under anti-drug act
Nick Gioselu, 1558 W) Austin av.,
fined $5. Annoyed Mrs. M. Mionski,
4822 Winchester av.
Harry Mclnerney, fire fan, 6333
Drexel av., pinched. -Charged with
starting fires.
Mrs. John C. Long, 4329 W. Jack
sin blvd;, got divorce. Says hubby
left her ten days after wedding.
Wm. McDonald, 4041 Ellis av., pres.
I. X. L. Mfg. Co., arrested on con
game charge. Mrs. Dora K. 'John
son, 6213 Greenwood av., says she
gave him $900 for investment six
months ago. "
Stafiisfau Redinski, 1641 Bingham,
who killed Toefil Shoezik in argu
ment over Mrs. Redinski, got one
year to life sentence.
Harry D. Earnest, former Bellwood
policeman, who once arrested entire
funeral party, fined $10 by Judge Raf
fefty for speeding.
Jennie Hicks, 45, 4800 Champlain
av., dropped dead in Hyde Park po
lice court There as witness.
Royal F. Andrus, . Hamilton club,
rolled in mud on Dearborn st. from
Madison to Monroe st. to pay Hughes
bet Policewoman Walsh stopped
him.
W. A. Phillips, 322 W.31st, employe
of public utilities com'n, arrested.
Charged with beating $56 hotel bill in
Springfield.
Mayor says there are 800 applica
tions for school board jobs.
120 Northwestern co-eds in Red
Cross class.
Rose Miller, maid at Congress the
ater, says Harry Steinberg, 26 W.
Harrison, usher at Gm .theater., 450

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