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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, August 16, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 7

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selling 100 shirts to Ben Hoffman,
Henry Earl Davis, actor, sued for
divorce. Desertion charged.
Body of Jos. Pirola, 1255 Norwood
av., found in river.
Russell Morris, 11, 353 S. Kostnerr
had hands cut off "flipping" train.
John W. Lee sued for separate
maintenance. Wife says he was cruel
and lived with another woman.
Nicholas Janc'er, 5, 9207 Ellis av
killed by I. C. train.
Frank Compleglio, 3, 819 Gilpin
pLr knocked down bywagon. Hand
L. M. Fine, lawyer, sued for
$10,000 by Louis Fox, 648 Maxwell.
False arrest charged.
Albert Fleck, printer, 3855 N.
Harding av., suicide. Gas.
Jerome F. Smart, 70, Hinsdale,
killed by fall from mowing machine.
Sec'y of State Lewis G. Stevenson
opened Chicago campaign headquar
ters at Hotel Morrison.
Mrs. Thos. Clarke, 73, employed
by city 23 years, is dead.
Lincoln Park supt. says walk
along Lake Shore drive from North
av. to Bellevue pL will be cleaned.
$90,000 more paid to depositors of
"La Salle Trust & Savings bank.
Guy Burch, 1846 Jackson blvd., be
lieved drowned in lake, discovered in
New York.
Samuel Benson, pres. Hub Electric
Co., 1547 Juneay terrace, dying.
Street car hit auto.
New York, Aug. 16. Fifteen chil
dren who were among the early vic
tims of infantile paralysis were dis
charged yesterday from the Willard
Parker hospital, where they have
been under treatement for eight
weeks. Of all fifteen, only one a
3-year-old boy from West Brighton,
S. I. was discharged as cured, and
.even he, had a slight facial paralysis
which will disfigure him for years.
.. Of $e others, some could not
walk; others managed to make their
way to the street by clinging to the
hands of their mothers; the arms of
several hung limp and useless, an'd
splints were on their legs.' One 2-year-old
boy from Hosebank, S. L
hobbled out, wearing braces which
he must keep strapped to his legs
tot many years, if not for life.
In these children the disease ap
peared early in May, and, with the
exception of one child who was re
leased last week, they are'the first
victims to be discharged.
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Is the sport shirt to join the mo
nocle as a fad with' the English?
Sir Cecil Spring-Rice, British am
bassador to the U. -S., wears a sport
shirt. And Lady Spring-Rice doesn't
mind. In fact, she approves, it is
Also, Washington society is taking
up the sport shirt. White shoes,
white trousers and "white sox are
worn with them
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