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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 20, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF TH DAY CONCERNING CHICAGa
Sunrise,. 7:13; sunset, 4:50.
Mike Flynn, 23, sent to pen for life.
Murdered Pearl Murphy, 28, 245 N.
Hoyne av., with pitchfork.
Wm. Brindley, 2725 N. Francisco
av., resigned from board of local im
provements. Served 35 years.
Fire from crossed wires "caused
$5,000 damage to plant of' Kraft
Bros. Cheese Co., 359 River st.
Geo. Rabb, Logansport, ' Ind.,
slashed throat with razor in Y. M
C. A. hotel. May recover.
Louegi Trioni, 1205 W. Harrison,
found guilty of murder in Judge Bar
rett'scourt. Sam Rosenthal, convicted in bank
ruptcy ring case, started for Ft
Thos. Haas, 1626 S. Morgan, sent
to Bridewell for six months by Judge
Stelk. Nonsupport of family.
Matthew McCormick, 5420 S. Car
penter, had wagon stolen. Police
found it yesterday with $600Nhe had
hidden under seat.
Public utilities com'n to hear com
plaints of Elgin commuters against
C. M. & St. P. R. R. cold cars.
Jennie Hughes, 1217 N. Robey st.,
shot herself in neck. Refused to tell
why. May recover.
Dr. Arthur Schuettler, son of po
lice chief, recovering from appen
Jos. Krause, fined $25 and costs on
complaint of Marie Meyers, a4220
Mrs. Lena Miller, seeking separate
maintenance from Harris Miller,
clothing merchant, says he cares
only for money.
Wm. C. Regelin, 2731 Giddings,
appeared on contempt charge and
tdld Judge Thompson why he hadn't
paid alimony. Present wife has the
Condemned lot of tomato pulp on
trial before Judge Landis.
Ernest Floyd, real estate dealer,
got writ -of habeas corpus to take
children from' divorced wife.
Man giving name "Tom Burns'
held? as suspect in murder of Police
man Bror Johnson. Police have one
holdup on him.
County Judge Scully appointed
11,750 judges and clerks of election.
Several women rescued in fire at
1520 N. Leavitt, yesterday.
John Brazelton, Deer Lodge, ,
Mont., suicide in Maywood hotel. In-'
sane, coroner's jury decided.
U. S. Comm'r Lewis Mason report
ed that $8,760,000 death claims have
been filed against Eastland.
Cap't Jas. Galvin, Truckman Pat,
Burke and Fred Densberger hurt .
when fire engine hit car at 45th and
Judge Pond entered order to hast
en work on Michigan blvd. link.
Will of James Skinner, formerly of
Sears, Roebuck & Co., gave $1,789,
000 estate to widow.
Dr. Louis Tint, 121 S. Ashland av.,
overcome by fumes while repairing
auto in garage. Will recover. -
Serbs asked Mayor Thompson to
stop parade tomorrow commemorat
ing death of Emperor Francis Joseph.
He, refused. ,
Inheritance tax of $100,000 order
ed paid by "estate of Wm. Deering'by
Judge Jones of Sioux Falls, S. Da
kota. Sister Mary Rita chosen as mother
superior 6f Mercy hospital.
Francis Putnam, real estate brok
er, tried suicide. May live. Domestic
Foodstuffs dropped slightly in
price as warm weather broke.
Swain Nelson, designer of Lincoln
Federal grand Jury started quiz
into methods of bankruptcy ring.
Police Capts. W. P. O'Brien and
Jos. Smith each fined 30 days' ay.
Gambling squad raided room in
Times bldg., 184 W. Washington, and
arrested seven men. J. J. McElroy,'
booked as keeper.
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