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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, June 23, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:15; sunset, 7:29.
Mrs. Sibyl Borach asked divorce
from Lewis Borach. Cruelty.
Nat'l Ass'n of Comptrollers and ac
countants meets today in council
chambers.
Jos. Patrusek, 1478 W. Erie, swin
dled of $200 by "handkerchief game"
of two con men.
Ralph Ewry, 2323 Burnett av.,
asked divorce. Wife too busy with
suffrage affairs.
L. D. Rosenheimer died of anaes
thesia preparatory to operation, cor
oner's jury decided.
Michael Gluisch, 145 W. 31st,
killed. Sand bin of American As
phalt Co. gave way.
Chas. Rittenhouse, barber at 330
River, accused of habitual drunken
ness in divorce bill.
Countess Eleanor Cizycka dropped
title. Divorced from Count Jos. Gi
zycka of Austro-Hungary.
Mrs. Clara Silverman asked di
vorce from Morris Silverman. She
named Paulin Feistenbe.rg.
Howard Andrews, fire dep't lieut,
charged with drunkenness and cru
elty by Mrs. Florence Andrews.
Mrs. John McNamara, 3359 Prairie
av., robbed of $50 and brooch by ne
gro. Threatened herewith razor.
Many filrns destroyed when film
burst into flames at Chi. Business
College bldg., 207 S. Wabash av.
Grand jury now investigating the
charges against 14 alleged keepers of
"blind pigs" in Hanover township.
Car officials and unionists expect
great progress at conference today.
Believe arbitration unnecessary.
Dr. Alexander Tyndall left Chica
go, supposedly to explain his matri
monial complications to his follow;
ers.
Edna Farrington Congrave mar
ried to Luther Congrave, who com
mitted suicide, has no claim to his
estate, according to court ruling. He
-was insane at time it is said. The
jnarriage, therefore, is illegal.
Fred Koenig, 6323 Wentworth av.,
suicided. Worry about war, possible
cause.
Chi. Dry Federation will enlist phy
sicians and educators in their cam
paign against saloons.
Geo. Moxley, pres. Wm. J. Moxley,
oleomargerine mfgrs., nominated by
mayor as member of public library
board.
Henry Pugh, 3108 State, suspected
of being one of three men who stole
100 suits from Hyde Park and Wood-
lawn residents.
Mrs. Clara Franam, 60, 560 W.
18th, was unidentified woman found
dead yesterday on the Rock Island
tracks at 13th.
Geo. Tieman, who has served 15
years at pen, sentenced to indeter
minate term. Swindled Chris Kam
merer, 3554 S. Robey, of $75.
Mrs. Margaret Menzel and two
small children in care of Travelers'
Aid society. Locked address in trunk
before leaving Great Falls, Mont
Five pastors resigned from Chica
go Roman Catholic churches. No
reasons given. Archbishop Munde
lein moved 46 pastors to different
churches.
Chas. Germain, owner delicatessen
store, 3200xForest av., robbed of $45
by three negroes. Same trio tried to
get Mrs. Mary Boland's money. She
screamed. They fled.
Petition filed to compel city 'civil
servioe commissioners to hold pro
motional exam for lieut. of police and
allow detective serg'ts to compete.
J. J. Sullivan, Patrick Loftus and
Gregory Moran, petitioners.
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EMPLOYING SLUGGERS, HE SAYS
To strengthen their fight against
the Raincoat Makers' union, the Chi
cago Raincoat Co., now located at
1487 Carroll av., is hiring sluggers to
interfere with the strikers and is em
ploying scab negroes to work in the
shops, declared Louis Greenspun,
business agent for the union.

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