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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, May 27, 1915, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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suit against Prank Novak, 4434 W.
Walton, for marrying other girl.
Five children of Mrs. Geo. Waldon,
Oak Park, had measles. Tramps and
peddlers kept away. Asked doctor for
smallpox sign. Told to get bulldog.
Police lookTrlg-fo thief who steals
valuable dogs from Evanston and
Kenilworth people. Many disappear
U. S. Master in Chancery Morri
son hearing suit of city against Oak
Park "L" to remove Market st. stub.
Nine testified yesterday.
Frank Wroblewski, 5, 949 W. 35th,
killed by car at 35th and Morgan.
Crew not held.
E. A. Coney, ass't night mgr. Postal
Telegraph Co., returned to New York
after week of fruitless searching for
daughter who disappeared here.
Police captured man who robbed
flat of Mrs. Mabel Summers, 6235
Prairie av., posing as telephone in
staller. j Chas. Golden, negro convicted un
der Harrison act, to be sentenced to
day. First conviction in Chicago.
f Attorneys for police accused of
grafting questioned veniremen for
jury all day. None accepted.
Mrs. Rudolph Mangus, wife of mu
sician in Fine Arts bldg., granted di
vorce and $3,000 alimony. Charged
Judge Jarecki in auto court contin
ued cases of 15 taxi proprietors who
object to paying wheel tax license.
Claim they are pleasure vehicles.
Jas. Riddle, Lima, O., left for home
today. His boy killed girl in anger
fit and he's tracing back family to
prove that his" son as predestined
' ' Reservations made in Congress ho
tel for congressmen and federal com
missioners who are gbing to tour re
clamation projects on country's cash.
Two men arrested leaving offices
of Dr. A. L. Blunt with prescription
for 9 grains of morphine. Said they
told doc that friend needed dope.
Mrs. Karl Bushman, whose husband
vas killed in war, gave birth to baby
boy. She will have to give baby to
asylum and go back to work soon.
Motorcycle Policeman Rauscher,
4427 N. Kenneth av., badly hurt when
motorcycle ran into milk wagon.
Chicago Medical society appointed
committee to ask council to pass rigid
ordinance against dogs. Want stray
dogs killed in war on hydrophobia.
J. L. Mahin, big Chicago ad man,
testified that Associated Bill Posters
and Distributers ass'n had refused
him space when he quit ass'n.
William Reid, appointed smoke in
spector by Thompson, may be remov
ed to another job. Is dentist and
ordinance creating job requires en
gineer. Billy Sunday stopped in Chicago
for few hours on way to spend sum
mer on Oregon ranch.
Chas. Birr, 922 N. Wood, had right
leg wooden trousers and $3 stolen
Police stopped jitney buses from
operating on North Side boulevards
Goodrich Transportation Co. an
nounce building of boat for winter
trade. .To be called Nevada. Under
construction at Manitowoc, Wis.
Six reels of films stolen from the
offices of Criterion Film Co., 5 S.
Wabash av. Police ordered to watch
Window of J. F. Bruce's jewelry
shop at 10 Arcade pi. broken by thief,
who took Ingersol watch. Left $800
worth of diamonds. Escaped.
Socialist Alderman Kennedy to pre
sent 11 p. m. bar closing ordinance at
next meeting of the council.
Walter Hey, 22, son of dry goods
man, 724 Wrightwood av., rescued
from Fox river. Is patient in Elgin
100 homing pigeons to be relased
at De Paul U this morning to race
to San Antonio, Tex., if weather con
ditions are favorable.
G. T. Seely, ass't gen. mgr. Chica
go "L" roads, told public utilities
com'n that some people preefrred to
stand up in cars.