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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, September 22, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 5:37; sunset, 5:48.
Five, bitten by dogs yesterday.
Five alleged auto bandits indicted.
45,000 enrolled in 33 night schools.
Win; Schuetz, 5030 S. Paulina, shot
and wounded father and mother.
Drunk. Arrested.
Strand theater, 2115 W. Division,
wrecked by bomb. $10,000 organ
damaged. ' . ... ,
Dr. P. C. Regan, Waukegan, killed
when auto turned turtle near Fox
.Chicago Boys' club, 1725 Orchard,
opens tonight
W. G. Logan, 27, cashier Bowman
Dairy Co., gone; also $1,067. Wife
blames gambling.
Mrs. Johanna Dahlstrom, 3268 N.
Clark, and two- children hurt in auto
Edw. McManus, accused of strik
ing Marie Kramer, 200 Hamlin av.,
and Josephine Krause, fined $15.
Work of constructing Evanston's
$1,000,000 intercepting sewer begun.
Lithographers in convention pro
tested against export of paper.
Edgar Hettinger placed on trial for
murder of Mrs. Agnes Middleton.
Dr. Emma Warren, 911 N. La Salle,
arrested on charge of performing
abortion on Mrs. Philip Machler,
1601 Pratt av.
Late Julius Blum, 4828 Grand blvd.,
left estate of $57,000.
Chas. A. Bush, Jr., 3, Evanston,
stricken with infant plague.
Three-days'-old son of Frank
Badsch, 811 N. Francisco, suffocated
in bed.
Francis O'Connell, employe of Illi
nois Steel Co., said he was nipped fdr
$70 in saloon at 8900 Green. Wladys
law Belka, 13, held by police.
Ex-Ald. Joe Francis in again. Ac
cused of passing bad $10 check.
Mike Michalczyki, window washer,
fell three stones. Dead.
Geo. J. McDonald, 74, 864 N.
Franklin, suicide. Gas. Ill health.
Edw. Beveridge, accused of steal
ing $1,800 worth of jewelry ,from
Mrs. Catherine Martin, now held on
Mann act charge. He is said to have
brought Mabel Goldman, 16, from
Los Angeles to El Paso, Tex.
"Helen Nobody," accused of shop
lifting, released on probation. .
City Controller Pike say's county
hasn't paid city its share of special
PqUceman John Bialk probably fa
tally wounded when he arrested
Chas. M. Depew, who had Wounded
Mrs. Mattie Acker, 1925 North
Park ay.
.Policeman Edw. Paul dismissed on
charge of recklessly firing revolver
Lieut Jas. J. Miller, Brighton Park
police station, fined 7 days' pay on
intoxication charge
Louis Stein, 4838 Michigan av., fell
on sidewalk. Broke leg.
Mrs. Ella Weiss, 3008 N. Ashland,
overturned lamp Septi 19. Died of
Felix Wansinski, 3, 1215 W. 49th
pl.f played with matches. May die.
Andrew Dessmone, 62, 1016 Mil
ton av., overcome by gas.
W. Chicago av. police looking for
boys who send in false fire alarms.
$280 jewelry stolen from home of
Dr. Julius Meyer, 1306 S. Albany av.
Mrs. Emily Moe, 3234 PienJe av.,
found dead. Gas.
Fire did $2,500 damage at 711-713
Ayers ct
Louis Cahn, 1J, 1527 Taylor, shot
and wounded by A. Golowacz, 623 W.
Eight holdup men got $8 from
Chas. Hager, 3948 S. Artesian av.
Bridewell .prisoners will repair,
school furniture.
Police searching for five fnissing
Policeman Fred Hellmer, weighing
200 lbs., dropped because of "exces
sive fat."
Rose McBee, ousted school teach
er who has been ill, recovering.

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