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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 29, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:38; sunset, 6:1Z
Miss Lydia Wagner, 3550 S. Lin
coln, would not have been killed by
auto had driver, Mrs.jClara Strauss,
2544 Lawndale av., driven with the
proper care, said coroner's jury.
Wm. Finucan, manager of A. Booth
& Co., dreamed he was being held
up. Awoke and found masked men
in room. Took stickpin and $28.
Morgan Park's new high school
will be opened formally Friday.
Earl Robinson, 1222 Leland av., ar
rested after attending banquet of of
ficials of Aetna Insurance Co. Placed
under peace bond.
Petition for annexation to Chicago
being circulated in south end of Ev
anston. Walter Hoff, 2021 S. Union, fined
$100 for impersonating policeman.
City club has invited manufactur
ing and labor organizations to con
fer on question of vocational school
training.
Movie film based on Bollinger baby
case, with Dr. Harry J. Haiselden as
star, will be released in May.
Mrs. Fred Jordon took out warrant
for husband and her young cook.
Three cops stayed all night at her
house. No arrests.
Director Woodruff, Chicago Acad
emy of Sciences, handed duck by
fisherman who said he found it in a
net 250 feet under water off Ft.
Sheridan.
Heads of the C. C Schenk Coal Co.
wondered how Jas. McGrath could
support wife on $11 a week. Now he
admits he embezzled $4,000 and im
plicates other employes.
Judge Kersten indicated he would
grant divorce to Mrs. Frank Derby
without hearing charges of infidel
ity made by wife.
Rob't Ryckoff, manufacturers'
agent, being held at Psychopathic
hospital. Brother says he is spend
ing too much money.
Desplaines river up 16 inches. Sub
urbs west of Chicago flooded.
F. V. Brown arrived in Joliet pen
in 1910 for failing to get away with
$15,000 jewelry case he took. Re
leased on parole to work for old
friend. Robbed her. Now back in
Joliet again.
Mayor opened Kirmess of Chicago
Germans who want to send aid to
their country.
Press agent says Mary Garden is
going to sing in opera here next sea
son. Albert Megrie, 103, 3712 Castello
av., dead.
"Teddy" West, 17, 1940 N. Leavitt,
refuses to obey court order to leave
grandparents who have raised him
and go back to his parents, who he
did not know lived till month ago.
Law and Order, new monthly,.
started by J. EL Patterson and appa
rently personal liberty magazine, has
no connection with Chi. Law and
Order league, says A. B. Farwell.
Myrtle Fennerty, 17, and Cecilia
Beland, 18, 7525 and 7410 Dorchester
av., seriously injured by auto. John
Lagerstrom, chauffeur for Otto Zim
merman, 6424 S. Halsted, arrested.
Adele Cornell took poison in room
in Abalon hotel, 3036 Indiana av. Re
fused to talk.
W. L Bodine, director of school
census, keeps denying there's poli
tics in it
Chief Healey reduced Serg't Cos
tello to ranks and transferred him
yesterday to Cragin station for dis
cipline. Refused to state reason.
Aid. Joe Smith. 14th ward, savs a
numDer or saioonKeepers nave been
allowed to violate law for supporting
Wm. Gailing, mayor's candidate.
Young Italian captured in Hotel
La Salle with part of hatchet in his
pocket is Frank LaBellarte. Believed
to have become demented from over
study. Mrs. Victor Schaeffer, wife of can
didate for alderman in 22d ward, ar
rested wih two women friends for
peddling handbills boosting husband

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