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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 09, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:18; sunset, 4:37.
Frank Degan, 435 Center, hurt
when car hit wagon. ' May die.
Albert Delaurier, 2726 W.N Con
gress, found oejcome by gas.' Po
lice suspect suicide attempt.
Harold Marble, 16, Lansfng, Mich.,
followed two movie ladies from home
town. Father took him back yester
day, v
Mrs. Anna Doyle, wife of Former
Policeman Wm. J. Doyle, sued police
pension fund. Says he was hurt in
making arrest ,
Antonio Savolio, wanted for kill
ing of Phillipo Dalisandro, 852 Tay
lor, caught in Reading, Pa.
E. J. Broch, manufacturer, 343 N.
Franklin, fined $100 for overwork
ing girls 13 years of age.
Army Lieuts. R. C. Baird'and Jas.
Ord here for duty in training public
school cadets. ' . . '
Francis Boyliss, 72, and wife, 2821
E. 93d, told to go home and make
up when they came into Judge
Stelk's -court quarreling.
State's att'y investigating pardon
of Herman Billik of charge of mur
dered five members of family of
Martin Vrzal.
Wm. Buza, 2215 Trumbull av.,
phoned folks from Covington, Ind.,
that 'he was kidnaped. Police say he
rah away.
Ardie Foisy, 1105 Home av.', and
two companions arrested on com
plaint of"his father. Took auto
without consent .
Jos. Craynor, 1665 Bissel, arrested
on charge of having beaten daugh
ter, Rose, 2.
Students of Wendell Phillips high
school to ask board of education to
open printing class. ,
Two young boys put on probation
by Judge Arnold. Hid under count
ers of State street stores and stole
after closing hours.
Case against Chas. M. Depew, ac
cused of murder of Police Serg't
John Bialk, went to jury today.
Walter Schofield, rubber salesman,
was cruel, -according tcj Mrs. Katner
ine Schofield, 5004 Konmore av., in ,
divorce bilL
Mrs.Emma Marwill, sister, in court
bill, says signature of late Frank
Brede, pres. Globe Box Co., was
forged to fake will.
Three children treated atCounty
hospital with new infantile paraly
sis serum reported gaining.
Jas. P. Herrick, dry goods sales
man, ordered to pay divorced wife
$600, which she used in bringing wit
nesses against him to city.
Mrs. Anna Steinbach, who figured
in Dr. Cleminson case, wed to Police
man' Harry Weitzel.
Att'y Chas. Erbstein, indicted for
'conspiracy, denied separate trial by
Judge Walker.
Residents of Wilmette to vote Feb.
10 on commission, form of govern
ment George Klaner, 3, awarded to fath
er, George, undertaker, by Judge
Thomson, yesterday after long court
fight.
Auto thief trust and three Paisleys,
bankSrs, hit by state grand jury in in
dictments returned yesterday.
Fritz Von Fr-antzius, millionaire v
banker died Sunday, it became
known yesterday. Expect will con
test. Judges Jos. David and J. J. Sulli
van ordered city tp pay employes'
back pay up to Jan. 1.
Tip to U. S, Att'y Clyne says hints
at blackmail plot in stalling Union
station work.
Chief of Police HeaJey issued order
to stop second-hand clothing men
from crying wares in streets and
alleys.
Kenesaw Mountain Landis Ruben
stein born yesterday. Father sent to
jail by babe's namesake Saturday-
Alexander Johnstone, EvanstcH,
seeking divorce. Says wife left him.
U. S. supreme court7 decided
against, tribe of Potawattoniie In-
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