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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 27, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 4

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STELK DISCHARGES NEUMANN,
ROTHSCHILD BOSS
Judge Stelk, court of domestic re
lations, chose today to ignore the
charges of Sadie Wisebaum, 17, $6:a
week Rothschild clerk, against Isaac
Neumann, high-salaried sup't of de
hveries at Rothschild's, and discharg
ed Nelmann. Stelk's decision, given
after two weeks of delay, was a
shock to relatives and friends of the
little girl-clerk who crowded the
courtroom. The girl said that Neu
mann, after suppers in cabarets, at
tacked her in a taxicab. He admitted
the cabaret suppers with the girl, 33
years younger than himself, but de
nied the attack. Another charge
against Neumann will be heard be
fore Judge Mahoney Monday.
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SWIPE SWELL GOWNS
A lot of folks on the Noth Side
those who can afford gowns .(not
merely-dresses) are going to be shy
on wearing apparel tonight $2,000
worth of classy gowns were swiped
with an auto belonging to the North
Side Cleaning and Dyeing Co., 5427
Broadway, today. The driver, John
Hyman, was making a delivery when
somebody drove the machine away.
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ACTED'QUEER ARRESTED
Dom Allen arersted in back of the
Boston Store. Was acting queerly.
Copper Harry Cooper feared he
might do some damage. Had been
in asylum.
SEEK HUGH BERNHARDT
Warden Michael Zimmer of Joliet
asked police to look for Hugh Bern
hardt, 30. Was sent trf pen August
for con game. Escaped. -
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Washington. U. S. torpedo boat
fpund afire and beached on Orient
Point, Long Island, and towed to
Greenport, L. I., by U. S. coast guard
cutter.
Washington., Pres. Wilson sent
IrirtMay greetings to Kaiser Wil-helm.
TALLIES AGREE PRES. WILSON
HAS FINE IDEA, BUT
London, Jan. 27. Fresh proof of
solidarity of allies furnished today in
belief of officials in identical opinions
as to Pres. Wilson's senate address
voiced by official and semi-official
sources in Paris, Petrograd, Rome
and here.
The view that president's aims and
ideals in general approximate those
outlined by allies in their reply was
held in all of these expressions. Rus
sia furnished perhaps the strongest
statement, officially announcing her
apnroval of preisdent's views as to
all nations having an outlet to the
sea and as to an independent, au
tonomous Poland and as to his gen
eral aims after the war to prevent
any future word conflict. But Eu
rope appears to want its "Christian
peace" administered muscularly.
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WAR BULLETINS
London. Repulse" of German at
tacks in the Cashin Casinu) valley
announced.
Berlin, via Sayville Wireless.
French attacks throughout last
night and this morning against posi
tions on Hill 304, won yesterday by
Germans fruitless. All such assaults
broke down with sanguinary losses
to attackers.
Paris. - Five German aeroplanes
brought doVn on western front
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BITS OF NEWS
Daniel F. Crilly, pioneer builder,
has divided $2,000,000 estate among
five children. Will take first vaca
tion in his 78 years of life. ,
Car repairers of Chicago, Milwau
kee & St. Paul road went out on
strike today.
Gottlieb Hummefl, 845 Wolfram,
and Frank Meier, 4246 N. Winches
ter, had scrap at Fifth and Water.
Hummell arrested on,charge of as
sault Small fire in Hearst bldg. Started
in locker room of Chas. Wentworth's
restaurant. Small dagame

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