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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:10; sunset, 4:20.
Albert Bermeger sent to Bridewell
for three morfths. Robbed church
John Quinkaban, 7410 Dobson, fell
into river while unloading barrel of
-beer near Wells sL bridge. Man res
cued; beer sunk.
Edward K.Orr, 5331 Woodlawn av
told judge wife just up and left him.
Western av. cars will run north to
city limits after today.
John Ryan, 1664 Ogden av., and
two companions held as robbers who
broke into Lederer's store, 1118 W.
Edward Olson, former cashier Best
& Russell cigar stores, held to grand
jury for embezzlement
"Fire attorney asked Judge Barasa
to dismiss arson charge against Louis
W Adelman, 1137 W. 13th.
Raymond Angefmeir, health de
partment official, arrested on serious
charge of 10-year-old girl
David Burley, 1731 S. Wabash av.,
fatally injured by switch engine at
12th and Taylor.
Mrs. Mabel Holden, 848 Lake st,
Oak Park, got divorce. Told judge
husband was untrue.'
Dr "Howard Simmons' home, 613
N. Kenilworth av., Oak Park, dam
aged by fire.
Wm. Ferrill, laborer, Crown Point,
found dead with-two bullets in head.
Mrs. Ceo. Hartwick, 5936 Irving
Park av., granted divorce on pleashe
was drugged when wedding came off.
Chas. Collier, candy store owner,
placed on trial' on stories of several
Defense of Mrs. Iva Barnes for
killing husband in Washington Park
to be that brain fever left her mind
Mrs. Abigail Miller, 7408 Princeton j
av., told of finding hubby, John S.
. Miller, with a girl. Got divorce. J
Conrad Johnson, 1150 N. La Salle
st, got warrant for Mrs. Marie Par
rell, 112 W. Grand av. Says she took'
him home, then held him up with a
Eleanor Dillon, 2944 N. Seeley av.r
dead from abortion. Named doctor.
Philip Donn, 1303 Taylor, dead.
Hurt in street fight week" ago. 1
Alphonse Goodrich, 5673 Washing-ton-blvd.,..in
cross-bill for divorce, de
nies he is drunkard. Accuuses- wife.
Burglars got jewelry worth $143in
home of Mrs. Rebecca Horn, 514 E.
Wm. Rausch, bartender, locked
out of rooming house at Wood and
Washington sts. when he answered
doorbell in pajamas. Ran" three
blocks for shelter.
Two men, pricing rings in' A.
Wolf's jewelry store at 2739 S. Clark,
grabbed a colinle and fled.'
Att'y Abe Rubenstein and 'Charles
Silverman held to grand jury on per;
jury charge in bankruptcy case be
fore Judge Landis.
Edward Michels, 853 E. 54th, .on
trial for alleged bigamy.
Mrs. Elizabeth Frizzell, 15 W.
Maple, got a warrant out for missing
Fifty-four city playgrounds will bs
flooded to makeskating ponds to
day. . - ,
Police Lieut Jas. Larkin,Ieft for
Benton Harbor to have knee treated.
Injured in New York car-accident two
Wm. Kolar,, clerk in state's atfy's
office, held as suspect in robbery un
til identified. v " -
Rev. J. P. Brushingham appointed
secretary of city morals comm'n.
Wm. E. Wallace, druggist, 14 E.
39th, named as "Fagin" by boy-bandits
Anton Potocki, 36, 1536 Dickson
st, shot three times when he resisted
arrest on assault charge. May die.
Irving Zeitlin, 1535 W. 13th, held
as poison pen expert Opened letters