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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 16, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 31',
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Ulliaa Dean, 19. EhgSgett lb one
man. He Introduced her to others.
Mrs. Florida Boyer granted d If 8 rce
when she said she found husband in
Minnesota flour advanced to $8 a
Municipal judges transferred by
rfef Justice Olson.
Mrs. Clara Branche granted di
vorce. Testified husband has been
fined many tunes for drinking.
John Barhbur's wife Went back to
burlesque show Divorce.
Nat'l Opera Co. of Canada filed
bankruptcy petition. No assets.
Work may begin on new west side
p.ostofflce in year.
Three-firemen and nine policemen
decorated for bravery by J.udge Olson.
Capt. Thomas Porter, U. S. secret
service, and W. T Hewetson, Anti
Saloon league worker, changed grips
on; train. Both surprised.
Orlahdo Galley, 811 Cass, tried to
suicide. Drugs cut off. Mind unbal
anced. Julilis Brown, 4911 Bernice av.,
suicided. Gas. Ill health.
Case of Jacob Dries, Evahstori,
continued. Charged with sprinkling
glass about yard to cut 'neighbors'
dogs, who killed his $1,00(1 trained
Paul John, Evanstoh, arretted,
charged with taking $10 from a- stof d.
A. O. Johnson, 530 W. 60th pi., had
$200 dog stolen. Toured South Side
in aUto constantly. Found dog. Had
Bob'i Arnold arrested.
Jacob Schwartz, 17, came home
yesterday in timef or his own funeral.
entity mixed with body of boy
Ued by freight train in Wisconsin.
Mrs Graham Davis lost $1,000 dia
mon dat dinner in I. A C. last night.
Police looking for author of ghost
ly tidUeS around home of Mrs. Mary
Orriny, 325 Normal parkway.
Frank Stopka, 14, arrested when He
broke into S. Halsted st pawn shob.
Hose oart of Engine Go. 68 Col
lided with auto of Dr. Chas. Pox oh
ay to fire. Paslngers 1ft auto'
thrown out Bruised.
Capt. EdW Sweeney, Confederate
army, fined $15. Begging.
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