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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 29, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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NEWS OF THE DAY
Sunrise, 6:56,- sunset, 4:2i
Rouge is going up in price.
W. L. Krosechell, who committed
suicide at' Illinois A. C, left $11,000
estate to widow.
- August Burres, 4149 W. 47th, got
skull fracture in fight at Van Bui-en
and Federal. Assailant escaped.
W. H. Chadwick, att'y.-sued for di
vorce by Mrs. Edna Chadwck. ..Infi
delity charge. N Mrs. Glinton named.
Rob't J! McLaughlin elected pres.
of Illinois A. C. after hpt fight
Two armed negroes held up Max
Schechstman, 5200 Federal $5.
Jacob Miller and Wm. Pearlman,
nrofesslonal bondsmen, blacklisted
by Judge Olson.
Richard Warnke, Cicero, sec'y
Suburban Bldg. .& Loan ass'n, miss
ing. Friends fear suicide. Worried
over financial troubles.
Rob't Brown, 5506 S. State, got
divorce. Afraid of wife. ;
Mrs. Bertha N. Norman sued for
divorce by Raleigh Norman, sales
man. Cruelty charged.
Chas. Olson refused to pay $1.30
check at Clara Scott's barber shop,
5 W. 'Van Buren. Said' it was too
njuch. Arrested. Discharged.
Mrs. E. S. Pearsall, 322 E. 22d, ar
rested for' failure to pay taxi bill, said
E. G. Lewis, chauffeur, tried to' at
tack her. Discharged. -
Mrs. Elvira Stiles, defendant in
"auto thieves" case, wept on stand.
Denied all charges.
Stella Courtan, 17, 2053 Austin av.,
found walking in sleep in street, clad
only in nightgown. Affected by sight
of losing finger in shop.
, John Prexel, 508 ,W. 32d; his son,
Marshall, 6, and Meslore Die burned
by "backfire" of auto.
John Donohue, 31657 W. Erie, hit
by auto of Geo. Westerbergj 168'
Warren av., died.
Floyd Friberg wants annulment of
marriage. Said Fred Brooks and M.
C. Brodks, wife's father and brother,
forced him to wed at gun point
Illinois Brick Co. dpplarfd extra
dividend' of 2 per cenfe, payable Dec.
28. r ' . ,
Auto bandits' raided several homes
in Rockdale, HI. Got over l&tKJ.
John W. Rainey, circuit court
clerk, filed objection. to official re
count showing election of 'August W.
Miller ffi his place.
Hempstead -Washburne, son -of
former mayor, freed of auto speeding-charge.
Albert C. Frost, millionaire, freed
of assault charge. Mrs. Jean'Hurley,
complainant failed to appear.,?
Bush & Certs Piano Co. filed re
plevin against Sportsmen's club for
jecovery of $500 piano.
Mrs. Rose Butcher, 50, fineo" $200
by Judge Beckwith. Intoxication.
L Mary Bowler, 15, 1322 Raleigh ct,
Saloon lipense of Bungalow cafe,
2126 W. Madison, revoked' after
shooting in place Sunday.
Cameron L. Willey; wealthy lum
berman, 4750 Grand blyd., dropped
dead. Heart failure.
Thos. poqdall, 34, negro, .3612
Federal, hurt by wagon of Consum
ers' Co., died.'
.Wilson & Co. deny report that any
traces of foot and mouth disease
were found in .their plant
Leonard A. Brundage, G. 6.- P.
committeeman of 24th ward and
brother of E. J. Brundaee. to be chief
clerk in office of superior dSurt
Maid routed burglar from home of
Clifford W. Barnes, Lake Forest
Major Fred W. Norwood, 76; Wil
mette, and Mrs. Priscilla W. Finnel,
58, eloped and were married in Cin
cinnati. Former Cotfnty Judge Owens
caused arrest of teamster for Daniels
Teaming Co. for overloading' fcerse.
Michael Klinkenburg lost arm in
accident on lake boat Suef Great
Lakes Steamship Co. for $6,000. 30
minutes later they settled with him.