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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 30, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:05; sunset, 5:02.
Leopold Matowski, 1430 Augusta,
window washer, fell from 3d floor of
Lakeside bldg., Adams and Clark.
May die.
Thos. Meehan, 3838 Emerald av.,
arrested on charge of stabbing -five
men in Pat Sheehan's saloon, 3707
S. Halsted.
Bandits got $24 from Albert War
nicke's drug store, 6529 Blackstone.
Edw. O'Shea, cigar salesman, State
and Harrison, fined $25 for selling
cigarets to minors.
Kate Adams warrants issued for
Jos. and Mary Oland, owners Peo
ple's hotel, 1734 W. Van Buren. Sixteen-year-old
girl found in raid.
Body of Fred Wild, 1435 Sherwin
av., drowned in lake Saturday, recov
ered. Fire starting in Fowler's studio,
Evanston, destroyed 3-story bldg.
$10,000 loss.
Herbert Newby McCoy, chemistry
pr6fessor University of Chicago,
sued for divorce by Vories Gwin Mc-
NCoy. Charges cruelty. Married 1899.
John Stojakal, 4527 Homer, killed
by Yellow. Taxicab, driven by Horace
Fisher.
Mrs. Edna Chadwick, 6243 Cham
plain av., got divorce from Att'y Wm.
Chadwick. Infidelity.
Ceo. Parks, alias Max Parkinson,
got three years' sentence on charge
of transporting Helen Lark from
Chicago to St, Louis in violation of
Mann act.
Mrs. Ottillie Luken, River Forest,
granted divorce from Henry Luken,
German prisoner of war.
Eight jurors secured in Erbstein
O'Donnell trial.
Fred Hoffmanvsaid wife, Bertha,
left him Jan. 17 and gave child, Ber
tha, 5, to Dr. I. H. Holloway, negro"
physician, 1658 W. Lake. Wants
writ for baby.
Richard L. Hoist, 638 N. Clark,
granted divorce from Mrs. Aletha
Hoist. Desertion charge.
Mrs. Eugenia L. Brown wants di
vorce froin Reynolds E. Brown, clerk
for state factory inspector. Charges
infidelity. Named "Vinie."
Reported that Chicago is to have
$5,00Q,000 opera house facing Lin
coln Park.
Mrs. Helen Diamond, 3421 Indiana
av., arrested for wearing gun. Said
she had been robbed of $137 and
wanted to frighten crooks.
Mortgage brokerage firm of Robt
K. Pitte bankrupt -Assets, $245,
324; liabilities, $180,072. Hugo Pitte
is son.
Bernard Ziegler, 1434 S. Spaulding
av., hurt in fight between Yellow
Taxi Co. and Hotel La Salle chauf
feurs. Allied Bazaar netted $447,232.
Clara Mitchell, 15, who tried sui
cide by poison, to be adopted by Mrs.
Robert McCalL '
City council ordered corp. counsel
to prepare ordinance against icy side
walks. 27 hurt yesterday by falls.
Paul Cranzmann, 4731 Warwick
av., fined $25 for selling liquor with
out license on Sunday.
Frank Morrelli, owner of Firemen
Inn, 537 N. Clark, fined $20 for keep
ing open after 1 a. m, '
Creditors of Fritz von Frantzius,
late broker, to'apply to Judge Landis
for referees
Mrs. Warden Springer Oliver made
defendant in suit yesterday for re
ceiver for Muncie Natl Institute,
which she controls.
First Deputy Westbrook b'anquet
ed by West Side business men. '
Third Illinois infantry home to
night. To muster out
Raccoon that escaped from Lin
coln park zoo found in home of Lu
ther P. Friestada, Diversey pkwy. and
Sheridan rd. v
Robert J. Stahl, 1008 W. 65th,
missing.
Sixteen men, arrested in raid ori
alleged gambling house at 838 Grand
av., given small fines by Judge UnUr,
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