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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 03, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:01; sunset, 5:07.
Dr. Gilbert H. Wynekoop, 4500
Sheridan rd., sued for $50,000 by W.
C. L. Felton, 940 Argyle. Alleged
Louis Bowman, 58 W. 34th, held to
U. S. grand jury on charge of illegally
Kellogg Speed, physician, 122 S.
Michigan av., sued for divorce by
Bertha Speed. Desertion charged.
Harry Ackerman, 1910 Washburne
av., hurt by auto of Motor Transpor
"T. M. Robertson, diamond broker,
Chicago Savings Bank bldg., sued
Madison Building Co. for $50,000.
Says lack of heat caused rheuma
tism. Woman hurt by Indiana av. car at
43d st Thursday identified as Mollie
Swan, 4018 Michigan av.
Lone bandit got lb trom Mat
thew Derengowski's saloon, 1404 N.
John Morton, Hubbard Woods,
bldg. contractor, charged with as
sault in $10,000 suit of Nora Farrell,
Mrs. Catherine Saxton, Evanston,
found dead in chair. Heart trouble.
Jos. Harick, chauffeur for Myron
H. Spades, 221 Walton pi., found un
der auto overcome by engine gas.
Geo. J. Lake, FirstNWard sup't, sus
pended by Public Works Com'r Ben
nett on charge of padding city pay
roll. Alice Palmer, 12, 4322 Drexel blvd.,
died suddenly after eating pink ice
Patrick Francis Stackpool, 5, fatal
ly hurt by auto of Bridget Brennan,
Oak Park. Died in father's arms.
S. M. Hastings, pres. III. Manufac
turers' ass'n, said Billy Sunday was
"greatest salesman" in country.
Many veniremen excused at trial
of Oliver R, Wm. H. and Jas. T. Pais
ley because they were prejudiced
against private bankers.
Advertising ass'n opened ad class
at Medill high school.
Eddie Connors found guilty of try
ing to rob S. Huska, saloonkeeper,
600 N. Springfield av. Edw. Craig,
3100 Ellis av., arrested on charge of
trying to "frame" alibi for Connors.
Dean Mary Ross Porter North
western "U," ordered "cabaret and m:
dance" poster removed from fence Hj
Peter Kragh, baker, 148 N. Cicero
av., fined for not labeling bread.
Spanish-American war veterans
urge "peace at any price."
Frank Motz, 921 W. 31st pi., killed
by switch engine.
City lost appeal to force removal
of Market street "stub" of Oak
Ernest Vavie, 4817 Throop, came
home drunk and ordered wife and
four children out into cold. Shel
tered by police.
Well-dressed man, about 30, found
lying on sidewalk in front of Shel
don's morgue, 912 W. Madison. Be- '
lieved dead; taken inside. Woke up
Burglars got $200 in jewelry from
home of Mrs. Sarah Groundwater, -541
Mrs. Eleanor F. De Winner, di- N
vorced from L. A. DeWinner in No
vember, married to Homer L. Shel
den, named by De Winner as co-respondent
FOUR DEAD, FIFTY INJURED, IN j
BURLINGTON RAIL WRECK I
' Creston, la., Feb. 3. Four persona """ I
are dead today and 50 injured are in
the local hospital and hotels as result j
of wreck of Burlington train No. 12, J
eastbounu, wnicn struck a broken 4
rail at Cromwell station, six miles
east of Creston, at 10:30 o'clock last
night. The dead are: Mrs. John
Sash of Creston, F. L. Schroeder of
Omaha, A. B. Davidson of Neenah,
Wis., and an unidentified woman.