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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 14, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:10; sunset, 4:19.
Circuit and huperior court clerk
offices allowed only few more em
ployes. Chin Mook, smuggled frdm-Canada
in 1911, ordered deported:
Arthur Fink, ass't corp. counsel,
implicated in Questionable bank
ruptcy suit, suspended by Corp.
Dis't Att'y Clyne filed two suits,
against I. C. road for alleged viola
tion of 28-hour law.
Mrs. Martha Wagner, Forest Park,
divorced from Rudolph. Wagner. Said
le left her day after marriage with
$700 of her money.
Fred DeBeaucor1631 N.Whipple,
hit by street car Dec. 9, died.
Mrs. Marjorie W. Fraser, divorced
from Wm. N. Fraser, head of Fraser
Lumber Co. Said he was cruel.
Jas. Howen, laborer, hit by train.
Both legs cut off.
Jos. E. Keller, former Champaign,
ID., merchant, divorced by Margaret
Ller. Said he left in 1913 with stake
money he was holding on students'
Burglar got $20 from home of Mrs.
Jos. Kuhn, 2731 S. Kildare av.
Mrs. Rubena Bautsch, 6219 Dor
chester av., wants divorce from An
tone. Cruelty charged. ,
Edward R-.- Olson, 3268 Armitage
av., cashier Best & Russell. Co., in
county jail. Shortage in accounts
found. v, v
Mrs. Fay Miller, nurse at German
hospital, said Ben' Miller gave her
dollar every two months. Divorce.
Dr. Jas. J. Roach, 317 W. 55th,
performed successful operation on
kidneys of Mrs. Jessie Wall, 22, who
swallowed bichloride of mercury. Pa
Thos. H. Bibbs, who pleaded guilty
to embezzling from Victor Chemical
Works, got from one to ten years'
John E. Young, "tramp printer,"
arrested on charge of forging check.
Chas. Nelson, 62, burned to death
in fire at Illinois Brick Co.
Hallie Piper, 4811 Sheridan rd
artist's model, says she takes plunge i
every morning at Clarendon beach
in an "Annette Kellerman."
Police Edw. Mach, accused of beihg
in saloon .of L. A. Hettessy, 3300 N.
Halsted, after 1 a. m., said he was
there to Harrow $15.
Several people hurt by falls on icy
sidewalks. ' ,
Prof. A. J. Carlson told Chicago
Medical society unborn children feel
Sam Ferratta, 116 Polk, shot and
wounded in gun figtit-at 911 Laflin.
Police seeking two Italians.
Lotti Schultz, 15, 440 S. Hermitage
av., admitted she stole pocketbook
from Mrs. Anna Czarmack, 4433 S.
A. R. Brunker said Navy league
was "subordinating navy to personal
Dr. J. D. De Lee says 50,000 babies
die annually through neglect
Fred'k R. De Bray, retired mer
chant, 1452 E. 66fh pi., filed divorce, ,
charging wife with infidelity. Named -Robert
C. Gehrke, 1427 Rosemont
av. Then sued Gehrke for $25,000.
John B. Turner, Memphis broker,
suspended fronl Chicago Board ot ,
Trade, sued board for $200,000.
Dan Evans, 458 S. State, slashed
both wrists in suicide effort.. Grief
over mother's death. -
Federal Judge Carpenter wants
probe of Nat'l Fire Proofing Co. and
Kankakee Tile & Brjck Co. Thinks
they may be violating anti-trust law.
John J. Garrity resigned as western
agent of Schuberts, theatrical mgrs.
Poorly dressed woman returned to "
police purse containing $94 found in
Postmaster Campbell declared
against pneumatic tubes. Says trucks
will save city $215,000 ar year.
'Three saloonkeepers, Albert Bern
stein 3156 Colorado av.; H. Cancel-
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