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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 17, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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Sunrise. 7:15; sunset, 4:46. v
Steamer Indiana dragged off the
breakwater by four tugs.
Peter Smith, 2259 N. Kedzie, ac
cused of cruelty in divorce bill.
Julius Enestrom, 1122 Sedgwick,
dead after fall from fire escape at
339 S.. Clark.
Nearly 180 foreigners got first pa
pers before Federal Judge Evans.
Ernest Walner, 4329 N'. Winches
ter av., caught after escape from
John Jamison and Mike Cunning
ham found guilty of manslaughter
in murder of Frank Mediza, 1303 Mo
hawk, Oct. 3.
Frank Case, 5728 Calumet av., got
divorce because wife left him, saying
he was ungodly.
L. A. and H. E. Passow filed bank
ruptcy petition in federal courts.
Mabel Clemo, 16, and Margaret
Penn, 15, Jackson, Mich., arrested
here. Ran away from home.
Peter Schuurman, 559 W. 31st st,
refused jto live witlKwjfe, she says in
Jos. Schillings, 18, 1426 Spruce,
and two companions arrested when
they tried Black Hand trick.
Neal Helvey, actor, in suit for an
nulment, says he was married while
in a daze.
Sam Bloom, 1466 Irving Park blvd.,
arrested after quarrel with Mrs. E.
S. Decker, same address, over $40Q
diamond ring. ' '
Serg't Michael Duggan, Cottage
Grove av. station, to resign Feb. 1, to
take up farming.
Charles C. King, polo player and
stockbroker, to resign from business
activities, rumor says.
Thomas St Germaine, Jndian ath
lete of considerable prominence in
former years, up in court of domestic
Wm. G. Paul, 12304 S. State, to
ask Judge Landis to free him. aSent
to jail because he did not pay $6 a
yeek to woman he says is not wife.
THE DAY CONCERNING
Twenty-nine died of "scarlet fever
during first half of January.
Apartment house for professional
women planned by Mrs. Jos. Cle
ment, former head of Little theater.
Dennis Kelly, manager Mandel
Bros.' store, elected president of Chi
cago Athletic ass'n.
Annie Koslopp, fortune teller, 55th
andjAshland, arrested. Vincent Ka
rolewski, 4828 S. Paulina, says she
got $545 by "magic."
Ella Ward, arrested as suspect,
found in saloon at 141 S. Sangamon,
with revolver in stocking.
Henry T. Rudin and son, same
name, 2000 Mohawk st, died of blood
poison on Monday. Different causes.
Two armed robbers got $45 frpm
Jos. Cardanelski, 2414 W. 25th, when
they followed him into home.
Willis G. Ball and Ruth Pierson
4545 N. Kedzie av., eloped to Joliet
after parents tried to stop them.
Kenneth Brandlee, Montgomery
Ward & Co., held up and robbed of
$150 at Kingsbury and Hobbie sts.
No more bird plumes can be sold
rafter Feb. 1, Audubon society claims
after appeal to attorney general.
Ernest Pasch, butcher, 500 S.
Paulina, robbed of $60 and locked in
Prohibition national committee in
convention plans great drive on
booze in 1920
Mrs. E. G. Williams, River Forest,
hurt When her autp crashed with an
other. " Abe Hefter, 1456 N. Maplewood
av., freed of charge of having allow
e8 daughters to go astray
"CAP" SENTENCED TO JAIL x
"Cap" Streeter was sentenced to
60 days in jail by Judge Foell for
failure to comply with court order to
remove a windmill of Streeters which
projected slightly on the property of
Mrs. Katherine M. H. Besley. The
"cap'n" will not go to jail till appel
late courts have passed on his case.