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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 19, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:14; sunset, 4:48.
Home of Josephine Stockton, 1005
Hinman st, Evanston, burgled. Jew
elry worth $57 and some- cash gone.
Louis French, 3059 Logan blvd.,
says wife deserted him. Wants di
vorce. Wm. Quinn, saloonkeeper, 344 E.'
61st, arrested for refilling -whisky
Herbert Drew sued to restrain Ev
anston from enforcing building re
strictions. Julius Hynes, 4144 W. 25th, paid
$15 for 30b at Western Electric. Did
not get it. Police seeking swindler.
Fred Warner, Lake Elizabeth, Wis.,
had hands frozen riding blind bag
gage. W. S. Gray, physical culture teach
er, 5 N. La Salle, sued fop divorce.
E. H. Brannon, 2255 Monroe,
robbed of. $2 and $75 pin at Robey
Frank Engels sued for divorce.
Cruelty and other women.
Federal grand jury considering evi
dence against Clarence Keysboe, al
leged head of dope trust in Unity
Albert Urban, 4631 S. Winchester,
arrested for coming home drunk
Judge told him to take wife along
Council health committee voted to
name bath house at Polk and Pau
lina after late Alderman Frank Law
Henry Harms, 3224 W. 47th, in
court for abusing wife. Told judge
she made him sleep with boarder.
Federal Judge Landis denied free
dom for Wm Paul, 2340 S. State,
jailed for cdntempt.
Llewellyn Law, 1626 W. Monroe,
shqwed $400 diamond ring to man in
saloon at 115 N. Clark. Both gone.
John Moore, 666 S. State, severely
hurt when car struck truck he rode
on at Harrison and Sherman.
John Wickhams, 4725 Indiana av.,
filed suit for divorce. Named other
H. T. Nelson, 3860 N. St Louis
av., contractor, filed petition in bank
ruptcy. Assets, $59,737; liabilities,
$53,195, he says.
Geo. Harmcson, 4130 Park av., goV
warrant out for wife. Says she beat
Fred Bennett, veteran newspaper
man, died of heart disease in Press
Jos. Krause, 3627 W. Oakdale av.,
arrested on mashing charge of "Marie
Myers, 4220 W. Adams.
All hospitals except city, county
and state-owned must pay half-rate
water tax in future, health commit
tee voted, --,
Marjorie Latham, daughter of
counsel for Milwaukee electric, hit
by car of that line as she crossed
tracks in auto in Wilmette. May re
cover. Dr. John Rust, Willow Springs, III.,
held to grand jury on abtfrtion mur
Rob't J. Haines lost suit against
Mercy hospital and two others to
break $500,000 will of late Rob't
Haines, his alleged father.
Plan of Univ. of Illinois for big hos- '
pital on .site of old Cub park aband
oned. Price asked by C. W. Murphy
Mrs. Pearl Roe, 142 E. 42d, got
warrant out for Livingston Roe.
Says he is married twice.
New auto thief trust said to be
under scrutiny of police of Hudson -av.,
John A. Mogan, treas. C. H. Mor
gan Co., died of heart disease while
speaking before Franklin Typothe
tae at Great Northern hoteL
John Ninschick, 933 N. Ashland
av., turned auto to avoid hitting '
street car and struck Margaret and
Johanna Radawice, 936 W. 33d.
Patrolman Patrick Gordon, W.
13th sL station, shdt iimself white