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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 18, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 7:13; sunset, 4:21.
Prof. Fred Starr, Univ. of Chicago,
left on trip to Japan. Will lecture.
Hazel Lewis, 1533 N. Western av.,
found note in a purse saying owner
committed suicide.
Burglar got $100 worth of jewelry
from flat of Rev. R. E. Manning,
4223 W. Monroe, as lie preached in
Elias Hollenback, 5470 Dorchester
av., cut hand when conductor shut
street car door too soon.
1 County Treas. Henry Stuckart re
ported his office had received $733,
000 in interest.
Mrs. Mayola Stanley, 5341 Dear
born, shot at husband" and hit room
er, Alfred Kirk.
Police seeking "E. L. Mead" for
magazine swindle on Mrs E. F.
Walker, 4915 Sheridan rd.
Mrs. D. Roberts, 4520 Clifton av.,
rented room ta man. He waited un
til she left house; stole $200 worth
of jewelry.
Marie Elemund, clerk at room
1011, Rookery bldg., lost $68 to man
who opened purse on her desk. .
Norman George, Flint, Mich., ar
rested for kidnapping son, Edward,
Police seekingCharles Snyder with
news of his mothers death in Ken
ton, O. '
Mrs. Fred Mui-nick", 3150 N. Clark,
asked police to find husband. Kid
fcppd child, Vivian, 4. .
Wm. .Elder, 732 N. Dearborn, ar
rested. Broke his wife's nose.
Stephen Maiato, Italian attorney,
at dinner in Judge Barasa's honor,
asked, countrymen to wipe out Black
Hafid murders.
Marcus Lutlege, Evanston, one
legged robber, caught when he broke
crutch over head of victim. Couldn't
Paul Henderksen and Mike Blum
enthal, 1458 W. Monroe, held as
burglars, implicated Abe Zusman,
jeweler, N. American "bldg. . j
State will outline case against Mrs.
Iva Barnes, on trial today for murder
of husband in Washington park.
Nick Ondos, 837 S. Oak Park ay.,
arrested for writing letters to Maude
Wilson, 847 S. Grove av.
Judge Foel and State's Att'y Hoyrfe
to confer on divorce of James Gil
more, former Federal league head.
Mary Farwell, 146 W. Superior,
broke her leg in slippery pavement
fall at Superior- and Wells.
John Stelmackowskik, 4, 1644 Mc
Henry, shot and killed by brother
Stanley, who was cleaning revolver.
Victor Carlson, 1035 Mansfield av., .
fell" and broke ankle in front of 1004
N. Wells.
Two roomers overcome by gas in
Mrs. Hilda Thumberg's boarding
house at 2921 E. 96th. '
John B. Young, 221 S. Racine ay.,
brought 'back from St LOuis on
charge of forging checks for $100.
Mrs. Louise Johnston, 60, 5654 Fer
dinand, found dead from gas. Four
jets open.
Frank Kowalski, 1640 W. 19th;
dead. Shot his wife, then himself.
Wife may recover.
Pat Delaney, milkman, 6722
Champlain. av., seriously hurt when
car overturned his wagon.
Frank Arndt, 74, 2813 a Kedvale
av., dead from blood poison. Didn't
tdke care of small cut.
Wm.m White, 7714 S. Union av.,
lost $23 and two checks to pickpock
ets on Wentworth av. car.
Police of. Forest Park seeking
missing Anna Thomas, 13, 1113 Cir
cle av,
Peter Quinn, 506 N. Clark, dead.
Fell from stepladder.
. Dan Morris, 5121, S. ..Morgan,
found dead in bed. Heart disease.
Six autos stolen yesterday. Two
recovered by police. i
Wm. O'Shaughnessy and wife, 820
Orleans, warned of firer'by parrot. J
Woman overcome trying to take bird
out of house; both rescued.

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