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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 06, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:04; sunset, 4:19.
Frank Fairbanks, 7612 S. Peoria,
was a good husband except when he
was drunk, says wife in suit for di
vorce. Granted. - .
Adam Warringer, 2119 N. Halsted,
rented room at 2054 Larrabee. Sui
cided an hour later.
Att'y Chas. Williams asked re
prieve for Lloyd Bopp, sentenced to
hang for murder of Motorcycle Po
liceman Mallow.
Philip Ppp, 1319 Sedgwick, team
ster, beaten and robbed of $100 by
two men who hid in wagon.
Three policemen of Chicago av.
station hit by charges. Didn't pinch
17th ward Democratic club dance for
booze after hours.
Increased prices shown when
finance committee of board of educa
tion asked bids for stationery. To
use cheaper grade.
Att'y Sidney Eastman, referee in
bankruptcy, fined $500 for contempt
by Judge Baldwin. Failed to obey an
order.
Judges and clerks of election to get
their back pay next Tuesday.
Policeman Michael Grady, sus
pended for siding with Hoyne in po
lice graft scrap, reinstated without
trial yesterday.
Local postoffice inspection depart
ment conducting quiz into labor and
salary condition in Chicago office.
Mrs. Freda Minsky, 611 Maxwell,
told judge husband pushed her on
hot stove. Divorce.
Edward Callahan, arrested as dope
user, had home-made pipe in his pos
session. Eugene Hansen, paroled auto thief,
fpund guilty of second offense by jury
before Judge Pam.
John Lavaricka, 735 S. State,
sleuthed for himself after three ne
groes who robbed him of $13. Got
them all. v
The federal case against six men
known as bankruptcy ring started
before Judge Humphrey yesterday. 1
Nick Pappas, Milwaukee, arrested
on Mann act charges. Wife says he
transported her for immoral pur
poses. Ben Celwaks, Oxford hotel, told
judge men used to visit with wife.
Divorce.
Three negroes held up Peter Hill
in his candy store at 12Gth and Ca
rondolet av. arid got $20.
Sam Goodman charged with deser
tion by Mrs. Emma Goodman, 4510
Grand blvd. Married when 17; lived
together six monftis.
Mrs. Geo. Williams, 6220 S. Car
penter, assaulted by negro purse
snatcher, who escaped with pocket
book. Dan Flambraus, 839 W. Harrison,
peddler, suicide. Ate matches. Wife
got divorce.
Martha Wallace, 18, returned home
to 2923 W. Mbnroe after absence over
night. Parents had notified police.
Horse of Hyman Zaslavsky, 3125
W. 15th, plunged through window of
ice cream parlor at 905 Maxwell
Ben Harris, 1122 W. 14th st., rob
bed by two men in front of 1117
Frank st Assailants got watch and
chain; overlooked $20 gold piece
watch charm.
Geo. Sabarstino, 9224 Commercial
av., stole engine on B. & O. Ditched.
Arrested. Says he wanted to learn
how to drive one.
Mrs. Lucille Rodgers Lavelle, 2627
W. Harrison, killed by husband, Geo.,
who then suicided. Gun.
Four women and Walter Aniot, 725
E. 48th, hurt when his auto was hit
by another at 49th and Grand blvd.
Citizens of Wilmette attended
council in body last night to hear
discussion on North Shore electric
railway. No action taken.
Jas. Schlay, negro, boy held on
charge of murder, tried to escape
from boys' court. Fell and broke both
legs.
Policeman Henry Derrig, 1447 S.
Crawford av., shot in leg while dut--

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