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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 02, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 8',
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Sunrise 7.02; sunset 5:06.
Geo. Mantis, 3158 Chicago av., sues Chi.
Title & Trust Co., $25,000. Says police
evicted him from property he had leased
from Mrs. Capt. Streeter at Pearson and
Lake Shore dr. at institgation of trust
Angry because she had failed to cure
him of disease, Thos. Povince killed Mary
Taylor, negro herb doctor, Gary.
Jos. H. "Bob" O'Hare, recently ad
judged spendthrift in Probate court, filed
petition asking for removal of wife as
conservator of estate. Says he hasn't; had
drink since Jan. 3 and that she is extrav
agant. Stanley Jupczinski, charged with rais
ing denominations of U. S. currency, ac
quitted. David M. Shaw, advertising solicitor,
sued for divorce by Lotta Corey Shaw.
Delay in fire department in getting to
fire. Jos. H. Kirk barrel factory, 703 W.
3 ist. due to poor telephone service says
Mr. Kirkland. Loss $23,000.
Examination of eniremen started in
ceiving deposits in North Shore sav-
AND HIS WORK
-c. ,d I WILL LEAVE J
ings banks, knowing they were in
solvent Judge Harry Fisher issued warrant for
arrest of M. J. Mescall, head of dry
goods firm at 345 S. Cicero av. Geo.
M. Mowatt, 3955 26th, charged him
with contributing to delinquency of
Barratt O'Hara called special
meeting of Spanish-American vet
erans at Memorial hall tonight
S. Halsted bridge will be closed to
team traffic from Sat, 8 a. m., to
Monday, 6 a. m.
Munich. Owing to transportation
difficulties coal is so scarce that
schools, theaters and all public build
ings have been closed.
Columbus, N. M. American puni
tive expedition on las.t lap of its with
drawal from Mexico.
Washington. Charles J. Vopicka,
minister recalled from Rumania at re
quest Of Berlin will sail from Copen
hagen Feb. 8. Believed he will resign
and resume business in Chicago.
Rome. Pope Benedicrso depressed
by tragic turn of war that he is failing
New York. Mrs. Ethel Byrne, who
had served eleven of thirty days' sen
tence on Blackwell's Island for spread
ing birth control propaganda, pardoned
by Gov. Whitman on promise not to
violate law again.
Washington. Japan protests
against bills before California and Ore
gon legislatures prohibiting Orientals
from owning land.
Geneva. Switzerland experiencing
coldest wave in years.
New York. Six factory girls fell
nine stories in a loft elevator and
everybody about thought they were
killed. But when doctors untangled
the heap, they found them not even
New York. Having worried along
on 2,400 calories a day for three weeks,
the police diet squad celebrated the
end of their test by gorging themselves
w 1th 5,000 apiece at a banquet.