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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 21, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:52; sunset, 6:05.
Mrs. Wm. Schultz, 433 N. State,
fought masher with hatpin. He tried
to put chloroform rag over her nose.
Fire did $60,000 damage to Hud
dleston Marsh Lumber Co., 2256
Chief Healey attacked parole sys
tem in address to legislative anti
crime com'n, La Salle hotel. Says
leniency is shown to same boys too
Plans for 16-story jail for present
jail site, to cost $1,250,000, submitted
to county board by Architect Eric
Hall. Voters must approve new
bond issue before new jail is built
Miss Fannie Belle Page, Birch
wood, only girl to take up engineer
ing at Northwestern university,
eloped with Walter Fox, Idaho
John Klein,, 2978 Wabash av., ar
rested on charge of stealing $54 from
bakeshop of his employer, Mrs. Jos.
Morek, 439 B. 44th.
Forest preserve com'rs fixed sal
aries of Peter Ellert, sec'y, and Os
car P. Mayer, treasurer, at $2,500
Jas. Franche, "Duffy the Goat,"
and two others held on suspicion, re
leased. Thieves sawed through hinges and
ruined combination of safe of Har
vard theater, 6312 Harvard av., but
failed to get it open.
Mr.s Julius Altmar, 1336 Kenil
worth av., bruised and cut when
Warrants out for John McDon
ough, saloonkeeper, 1030 N. Frank
lin. J. B. Healey, 675 N. Clark, says
he was beaten in McDonough's sa
loon Sunday after drinking and play
John Saber found dead in base
ment of home, 1531 S. Menard. Had
Leaders of WoocJIawn fraternal
orders plan forming regiment to offer
Gov. Dunne as part of L N. G.
Ten-cent store fire, 4441 Broad
way, caused $5,000 damage to build
ing owned by J. H. Waldron. Be
Illinois club, 113 S. Ashland, sued
for $25,000 by Emile DeRocat, danc
ing teacher, who charges club broke,
August Larson decided he would
quit teaming business today and join
army. Fell from wagon yesterday.
Federal agents watching moven
ments of women of known immoral
ity who have made trips between Chi
cago and Gary. Agents trying to find
out if expenses are paid in violation
of Mann act
Jas. Pease, one of best known old-
time Republican leaders, critically ill
at St Luke's hospital.
Judge Baldwin issued temporary
injunction against alleged resort at
113 W. Ontario. Defendants are Miss
Angelina Frank, as owner of record;
W. H. Pugheck, 1336 Morse av., as
agent; Kitty Altenhoff, as keeper.
Geo. Burchard, 5601 Lowe av., auto
truck driver, arrested on complaint
of Mrs. Evangeline 'Hately, 5526 S,
Michigan av., that he tried to flirt
with her. i
Dorothy Rhode, 5, 2920 N. Seeley
av., dead. Dress caught fire in gaa
John Sypaulus, 1110 N. Menard
put pictures of wife and children on
chairs before him, then turned on
gas and died. El health.
"If people of Russia, Germany and
Austria had as much say in the gov
ernment as people of the United
States there would be no European
war," N. L. PictrowsM said in Eck
hart Park speech.
Mrs. Constantine Frontius, 1407 S.
Sangamon, rushed to Maxwell sta
tion with cut lips, two teeth out and.
part of clothing burned away. Said
husband knocked her down, poured
kerosene on her and set fire to her