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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, July 25, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Henry Lipka, teamster, 409 N.
Halsted, fell from railing, Oberdorf
Teaming Co.'s barn, 726 W. Kinzie.
Got up, walked short distance, then
dropped dead.
Peter McGrath, sanitary district
policeman, 1930 N. Hoyne av., fined
?10 for shooting in city limits.
Wm. Klonhaus, 12208 S. Union av.,
W. Pullman, fell between coaches, L
C. train. Dead.
When business of selling lemonade
at pavement went slow, Billy Rock,
8, 7245 Euclid av., dragged out fam
ily case of beer and sold It two
glasses for a nickel Business brisk
Frank Adler, 4859 S. Loomis, over
come by heat Dead.
Daniel Keough, 322 Cottage Grove
av., policeman, off duty, in Tony Si
monini's saloon, 3266 Cottage Grove
av., when it was held up. Hit robber
on jaw. Robber shot him. Serious.
Two children of Basil Macfarren,
4647 Winthrop, kidnapped by peo
ple in auto after organ grinder with
monkey had lured them to street.
Father suspects wife from whom he
is separated.
Miss Dorcas Dean, debutante
daughter of Richmond Dean, High
land Park, millionaire sup't of Pull
man Co., will-become nun.
Five Blue Island and Chicago
Heights saloonkeepers indicted for
running baseball pools.
Fifty autos stolen in Chicago in
the last three days.
Mrs. Anna Jones filed suit to break
$1,000,000 will of father, K. H. Bell,
general manager of G. H. Hammond
Packing Co., who committed suicide.
Charges unsound mind.
Services under charge of Sunday
Morning club will be held in audito
rium of Municipal pier every Sunday
$2,000,000 hotel planned for 53d
and the lake.
Mayor Thompson announced yes
terday he might revoke license of
96 saloonkeepers who violated Sun-
Sunrise, 4:36; sunset, 7:16.
H. St L. Chandler, real estate
broker, suing Frank Hunt and Aid.
Utpatel for alleged breach of con
tract over sale of Oxford hotel, Canal
and Adams.
Wife caused arrest of Fred Ander
son, 3213 Wilton av., on serious
charges made by three little girls.
Rob't Garrett, 315 W. Chicago av.,
injured when his wagon struck Wells
street bridge.
Jos. Sullivan, 128 E. Superior, fell
down elevator shaft, Sam'l Cabot
bldg., 24 W. Kinzie. Two ribs broken.
Burglars got $1,200 worth from F.
H. Clajk's restaurant and candy
store, 2200 S. Michigan av.
Amelia Kotol, 2, 2902 Emerald av.,
fell into tub of hot water. Dead.
Annie Conroy, 4905 Princeton av.,
hit by sign which fell from World
Theatre, 61 W. Randolph.
Open verdict in case of Clinton D.
Berge, fireman Erie road, killed when
freight train backed into caboose.
Mildred Holdomb and several other
girls hurt in runaway.
Norman G. Kendall, vaudeville
actor, got divorce. Named Fred'Du
546 tax objections disposed of by
county court
Jas. Segnick, 4211 W. 20th, paint;
er, probably fatally hurt when rope
on swinging scaffold gave way.
Mrs. Gertrude Rober, 4058 Carroll
av., wanted neighbors arrested. Told
Judge Kearns they were after mo
ney which she had in bundle under
her arm. Psychopathic hospital.
Body of man believed that of John
Hankaloski, found dead in hallway,
19 W. Grand av.
Robbers bound and gagged Watch
man Jas. Krog and got $1,000 from
Hadfield Ice Cream Co., 1535 Mel
rose. Wm. J. Lynch, 5959 S. Sawyer av.,
suing for divorce, says wife was
cruel ; cut up pair of shoes and over
ppat and threatened his life, he says.

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