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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO-
Sunrise, 7:15; sunset,4:2Z
v Saloon license of Mrs. Lillian Cleve
land, owner of Pomeranian cafe, 14
E. 39th, revoked. Police said it was
hangout for holdup gang.
Philip Purcell, 412 S. State, stabbed
in, face in fight with stranger!
Benj. Larson, Omaha, lost $400 in
some hoteL Doesn't know which.
Mrs. Fay Kincaid Schuster, 6224
S. Park av., granted divorce and $50
month alimony from Henry E.
Schuster. Another woman, cause.
Leo King, 3219 Emerald av., robbed
of $3 by two armed men.
Mrs. Amelia Crockett wants di
vorce from Wm. P. Crockett and cus
tody of three children. Charges cte
sertion.
Louis Pozinsky, 1315 Elburn av.,
employed in C. Weinshenker's fac
tory, 3214 Fillmore, bled to death
when leg was cut while at work.
Mrs. Annabel C. Wigney, 4310
Sheridan rd., given divorce from
Horace M. and $100 month alimony.
Michael Krumshoko, 645 N. Curtis,
' hit on head with poker while asleep.
Skull fractured, Korny Dakinko and
Korny Stepenko arrested.
Philip Wetenrowski, 2126 Lubeck,
buried under 20 tons crushed stone
at BL Steel Co. Killed.
Matthew Furst, 1086 N. Marshfield
av., bled to. death when artery in leg
burst
Lillian Norton granted divorce
from Edw. L. Norton. Given half-interest
in cemetery lot as alimony.
Walter Roney, 616 S. Kedzie av.,
swindled out of $5 by "short-change
artists."
Jury in Judge Horner's court to de-
cide if E. W. Morrison is mentally
sound enough to handle property.
Michael G. SiddaJI, missing Mil
waukee man, believed here.
Gasoline explosion caused fire that
destroyed Timroth Teaming Co. ga
rage, 2908 Carroll av., and 24 autos.
Four men in basement escaped death
by crawling through small window.
Mrs. Genevieve Gilmore, divorced
wife of Jas. A; Gflmores former pres.
of defunct Federal Baseball league,4
going to China, report. Stated att'y
probing rumors of collusion in di
vorce suit.
$250,000 added to endowment fund
of Univ. of Chicago medical school.
Stanley Field gave Field museum
$200,000 wax flower collection.
Mrs. Gu3taf Muller, 2340 Larrabee,
lost $1,000 diamond brooch near
Clark and Washington.
Alfred Minimum, 2311 Adams,
waiter at Ike Bloom's Burnham cafe,
arrested for "walkin th' dog" at
Olark and Monroe. Sanity to be
tested.
Mission Tea Room, 4046 Sheridan
rd. had petition in bankruptcy filed
against it Creditors scheduled $16,
798 in. mjbts.
Paul E. Rose, mgr., and six couDles
arrested in raid on Sheflleld holel,
2524 Sheffield av.
Bert Clark and Oscar Callibert aV:
rested after holdine uri Detep.tivf
John Beauscholte.
John Kobert. , 5445 Indiana av..
grocer's delivery hoy, robbed of $61
oy "red pepper" bandit.
Twenty injured by falls orficy side
walks. s"
Alcohol stove exploded and seri
ously burnefl Mrs. Anna Cowper7
2134 W. Adams and set fire to house.
Fourteen saloonkeepers, accused
of Violating Sunday law, took jury
trials.
Charges filed against Detective
John Buckley, Sheffield av. station.'
Accused of drinking in Chas. F.
Davis' saloon, 136, S. Canal, Sunday.
Jas. H. Parker,' retired lawyer,
1908 Wolfram, took bichloride of
mercury by mistake for whisky. Se
rious condition.
Mrs. Elsie S. Fehlman fifed cross '
bill for divorce against Frank E. Fehl
man, corset maker.
John Adams, 3206 Indiana av., shot
to death by two men in Washington

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