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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 15, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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Herman Goldenberg, 2, 2552 Divi
sion, died from effects of scalds.
Sullivan Democrats will not op
pose Gov. Dunne's candidacy.
Lee Ochs, N. Y., elected pres. of
Motion Picture Exhibitors' league.
Mary Pickford is in town today for
movie convention.
Mrs. Frank Chesla, 2100 W. 18th,
disappeared with baby and $1,000.
Husband asked police aid.
Water wagon caught fire at Quincy
Eleanor Walsh, 3, 1818 Taylor,
died from effects of scalds.
Dorothy McFealy, 3, 1009 W. Divi
sion, fell from 3d-story porch. May
Jackson Cranlee, married one
month, disappeared. Never came
back. Wife divorced.
Peter Pasairski, Lemont, III., killed
by switch engine.
Abraham Antellet, 2840 W. 12th,
fell into vat of boiling water. Died.
Federal engineers inspected Mu
nicipal pier.
Eastland memorial meeting to be
held at Pilson park, 26th and Albany,
July 24.
Germans sued Grand Trunk West
era and Michigan Central roads for
ailure to transport them safely
through Canada.
Astronomers at Yerkes. observa
tory, Lake Geneva, photographed
partial moon eclipse last night.
Ten Detroit citizens filed suits
amounting to $73,000 against Chi
cago, Duluth & Georgian Bay Tran
sit Co., owners of steamship South
American. Say they got typhoid
fever through boat's drinking water.
Chicago now has ten cases of in
fantile paralysis.
Dominick Conentgna, 44 S. State,
struck by auto June 15, is dead.
Hazel Wilson, 19, 2242 Washing
ton blvd., took ride in canoe at Wil
son beach with three strange men.
Canoe capsized. Men disappeared.
Girl rescued by life guards.
John Vogelsang will provide re
freshments for today and Sunday at
Municipal pier.
Robt. Loehde, 19, 1422 Hood, res
cued from drowning at Rosemont
Hazel Brenner, 108 N. Ashland, got
warrant for Ray Sweeney, medical
student Says he took $110 diamond
Fifty deputy sheriffs guarding
against gambling at Hawthorne to
day. Mrs. Forest G. Evans, 3981 Drexel
blvd., divorced. Another woman,
John C. Cihlen, 11, 1637 W. 19th,
drowned in river.
Fourteen persons bitten by dogs
Arson charges against Sam Adel
man, 107 S. Market, and Louis Reese,
11026 Michigan av., dismissed by
State's Att'y Hoyne'.
RobJ. La Romz, houseman, Ridge
Country club, accused of stealing
electric fan.
Ass't State's Att' Walker leaves
tonight for Omaha to bring back
"Waco Kid."
Jessie Cope, girl in Mann act case
against Millionaire Chas. Alexander,
wants $788 witness fee from gov't.
Filed suit
Edw. Devine, 6548 Maryland av.,
fined $5 for annoying women in
Washington park.
Edw. Pittelkow, saloonkeeper, 3824
W. Division, shot twice by one of
three men who entered saloon. They
Pullman car on Michigan Central
fell on side near Michigan City. No
one hurt
Wm. Johnson, 3886 N. Racine av.,
hit by auto of Philip Schuster, 2040
Lincoln av.
American Bar ass'n will hold an
nual meeting here Aug. 30, 31 and
Sept. 1.
Victor Vitromili, Buenos Aires,
music lover arrested on. charge of

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