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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:12; sunset, 4:20.
Frank Pana, 1916 W. Division st,
dead. Scalded in Kaplan's bathhouse,
1914 W. Division. Couldn't shut off
hot -water.
Thos. Pesco, 1150 Erie, shot in the
Shoulder as he waited for car. at Blue
Island av. and Taylor. Assailant un
known. Jds. Hubik, 1627 S. Komensky av.,
held up and robbed of $22 when he
stopped auto for repairs at 16th -and
Morgan. , .
Owen Coyle, 4411 S. 5th av., and
Jas. Retten, 4313 S. Halsted, hurt
when patrol waggon on way to Bride
well was hit by auto truck.
Jos. Meyer, 1517 Emma, suicided
when refused chance to see wife
from whom he was separated.
Albert Wakefield, accused of cruel
ty and drunkenness in biltf Wife got
31 jSjMiskell, 905 E. 55th st, stayed
up late, kept family awake and
wouldn't work. Sentenced to get a
30lJohn Adams, 4526 Cottage Grove
av and Chas. Elliott, 645 B. 41st,
15 years old, held as burglars. '
Two auto bandits robbed Richard
Scott 2252' Fremont st, dt $25 and
overcoat. Then wished him Merry
Christmas.
Jos. Delinger, 1901 Evergreen av.,
- -j nnorroi with brother.
John Flickenger, 4222 Monticello.
av., held on story oi noreuuc wjei,
6600 Lowe av.
Mass meeting of Wilmette citizens
to discuss commission form of gov
ernment held last night
Immediate electrification of I. C.
R R to be asked by public meeting
at Lincoln Center, Langley av. and
Oakwood blvd., Tuesday.
Mrs. Mary McCormick, New York,
says her husband made her life mis
erable with queer habits. Wants di
vorce. Mrs. Georgianna Wallace, 445 Gre
gory av., got divorce. Cruelty.
Chief Peterson. Winnetka police,
to ask ordinance barring persons un
der 18 from driving autos.
, Elbert Mitten, 611ff Prairie av., got
divorce. Sho'wed letter from opera
singer wife, saying she was wedded
to her work.
Anna Anderson filed suit against
Dr. Effie Lobdell, 22 E Washington.
Charges malpractice.
B. C Lehmann, bookkeeper, ar
rested in. Paw Paw, Mich., and
brought back. Wanted for $2,000
shortage.
Mrs. Catherine Marek freed of
shooting of Jacob Klaus when he
refused to appear against her in
court
Chief Healey asked mayor to take
away license of Frank Petchen's sa
loon, 132 W. 31st
.inricro Wade loaned wages to clerks
and bailiffs of court not pai since
November.
Geo. Holliday fined $50; three oth
ers ?25. Threatened R E. French,
1459 W. Adams, rival movie oper
ator. ,
Bldg. Comm'r Bostrom asked coun
cil building committee to refuse fur
ther permits to Louis Bonner, con
tractor, '4030 N. Francisco av.
Geo. F. Adams, 41 E. Oak st, and
three other judges of election fined
for getting money under false pre
tenses. -
Grip with $300 worth of jewelry
stolen in Wieboldt's store, 3239 Lin-'
coin.
Mrs. Virgil Bodell, Casinova, Mich.,
sued for breach of promise by Lee
land Hammond, Chicago aviator, y ,
Canal street bridge closed to traffic
from 8 a. m., to 4 p. m., tomorrow.
Edward Michels, coal dealer, left"
court convicted obigamy. Arrested
on $23,000 "con" game charge.
Fire next door caused dismissal of
audience ' of movie show at 178 N.
State. No panic
Policeman Henry Huppert bought
coal and food when Pauline Ondrel-

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