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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 8

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sent to Joliet Found untrue. Keat
ing got three years added to 5-year
Thos. Riley, 300 Institute pi., ar
rested after making threats against
passers-by. Sanity to be tested.
Stockholders filed suit to restrain
sale of Rio Grande Plantation Co. to
A. M. Jones and C. R. Houser.
Adolph Meltzer sued Jos. Bernstein
for $5,000. Alleged malicious pro
secution. Coroner probing death of Mrs. Ida
Fritz, 739 Rush. Said to have been
caused by illegal operation.
Jean Crones, missing chef, report
ed located in Milwaukee.
Aid. Sitts to be manager of De
neen county candidates.
David C. Brauckmann's home, 538
Briar pi., robbed of $400 loot
Frank Jones, Manchester, Mich.,
lost $6,000 to wiretappers at Battle
Creek, Mich.
Fred Stefani, 14, 412 Hein pi., ar
rested for fourth time. Mother says
he stole $14. Juvenile home.
Mrs. Anna Fifer, in cross bill, says
hubby, Abraham R., is living with
"Kitty Labow."
Health Com'r Robertson ordered
inspection of unsanitary alley in rear
of Vincennes av., between 75th and
79th sts.
Webber Vander Hei, 1441 W. 103d,
held to grand jury on charge of at
tempting to attack Julia Zeba, 10341
Prospect av.
Jos. Stolarck, 7, 3343 Fislj, fell in
river at 37th. Drowned.
John Browning, 5237 Wabash av.,
dead. Struck by I. C. train.
Robt. Zeji, 24, 2822 Trumbull av.,
struck on head by baseball bat, dead.
Thos. Osterman, switchman, killed
by Northwestern train.
Mrs. Margaret Rhodes, 73, fell from
bed. Dead.
Wm. Scott Bogle, pleased at mar
riage of daughter, Mrs. Nellie Bogle
Sauer, to Dr. Perry Chance in Paris.
Paul Kalfas, 10, 2627 W. 23rd pl.7
Walter Bronies, 11, 2836 W. 25th,
and Walter Kuzava, 11, 2651 23d, ar- ,
rested buying tickets for E?nsas, Ad
mitted taking $19 from peddler.
Antonio Cofrancisco and Mrs. N.
Musumecki, who eloped from Jersey
City, found at 848 Grand av. by wom
an's husband. Arrested.
Clara Underhite, 4951 N. Western
av., overcome by heat. ,
North Aurora mob tried to lynch
Ernest Griffiths, found on island with
Edna Kresser, 5. Had choked child.
Coroner Hoffman says he won't
arrest Sheriff Traeger on reformers
Violet Willin, 4531 S. Halsted,
saved girl from drowning at Fuller
Band concert at Grant park to
night Health Com'r Robertson says not
to swallow lake water while swim
ming. Three Chicago couples married in
Muskegon, Mich., yesterday.
New case of infantile paralysis re
ported. Price of stogies going up. " "J
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London, July .22. "They also
serve who stay at home and work,"
was the slogan borne home to Lon
doners today by a monster proces
sion of women which paraded White
hall and nearby thoroughbares ap
pealing for more thorough co-operation
by women inr the business of
There were thousands of women
in the parade. It was under the aus
pices of the Woman's Social and Po
litical Union which organization
not so many years ago was harried
by police, branded as an enemy of
governmental forces and the object
of a war of extermination because it
included the militant suffragettes in
its ranks. Today the W. S. P. U.
was cheered to the echo as the ten
sections of women, many pictur
esquely attired in men's working
clothes, marched down the London

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