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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 23, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:34; sunset, 5:33.
Waukegan folks say fish are com
ing into their bathtubs.
Three boys aroused neighborhood
and saved home of Jas. Borman,
Evanston, from flames.
Cornerstone of new First Cavalry
armory at E. Chicago av. and lake
. Henry George, 4241 N. Leavitt,
property man at Essaney studios,
dead. .Gas. Accident believed.
Jos. Johnson, 5514 Quincy, and
Bert Stategenger, 5214 Adams, held
up. $5, watch and overcoat
Evanston women formed 12 Red
Frank Friend, male nurse, arrested
in St Louis on -charge of trying to
rob Mrs. J. P. Schmidt.
10,000 women and girls, all strang
ers in Chicago, aided by Travelers'
Aid society last year, report says.
John W. Champion, sec'y local
chapter Red Cross, issued warning
against fake solicitors, posing as
Red Cross agents.
Mrs. Drusilla M. Lee wants divorce
from Burton C. Lee, Chicago Motors
Co. Desertion charged.
Mrs. Ava Bellville, 444 W. 116th,
overcome by gas. Revived.
Thieves took auto truck of Hannah
& Hogg, driven by Frank Mourek,
9135 S. Western av.
Dis't Att'y Clyne threatens crim
inal prosecution of Robert L. Pitte,
private banker, and his associates.
Cong. Madden denied he had de
serted pneumatic mail tube boosters.
Chas. A. Williams, G. O. P. 32d
ward committeeman, said Thomp-son-Lundin
machine was forcing city
employes to support Chas. A. Pard
against Aid. Fisher.
Surfman Henry Curran, coast
guard service, failed to return after
five days' furlough.
Fire did slight damage to Klein's
loan bank, 747 N. Clark.
Ten jewels lost by Baroness De
Wardner-Hollub still missing.
Mrs. Eleanor Kinzie Gordon, 81,
fifth white child born in Chicago,
granddaughter of John Kinzie, died
in Savannah, Ga.
Chas. Kravits, 10, 1552 Washburne
av., kicked by pony. May die.
Emil Feltskag, 1348 Cleveland av.f
hurt Street car hit auto.
Antonio Gentile, wanted in connec
tion with murder of Pasquale Gen
tile, his brother, arrested.
. Dr. John W. Nuzum underwent op
eration. Appendicitis. Will recover.
Fourteen men jumped -from win
dow when fire swept rooming house
at 10702 Green Bay av.; 3 badly hurt.
Mrs. Dorothy Ray, Ft. Madison, la.,
and Sam Berger, 610 W. 120th, ar
rested on stealing charge.
Mrs. W. K. Kenly has not yet re
covered diamonds lost in Woman's
Jas. Sadi, 721 N. Racine av., and
Stanley Kostik, 1313 W. Ohio, rob
bed by men posing as detectives.
Jos. Cotenka, 53, Berwyn, hurt
when train hit milk wagon. Horse
Pickpockets got $250 from Geo.
Beardsall, Irvington, Ala., on car.
Rev. Rob't Zaring, writing in the
Northwestern Advocate, Methodist
paper, roasted Dr. J. P. Brushingham
for permittingcabaret girl to sing in
South Park M. E church.
Edw. Healy, 16, son of Police Capt
Steve Healy, arrested in Oak Park
for auto thefts. Said to have con
fessed stealing nine cars. Implicated
Thos. Angelin, 18, 624 N. Spaulding
av., and Othello Quin, 16, 642 Chris
Supreme court upheld city in 12th
st. widening cases. Work .to proceed
Jeff Mullen, John Fahey and James
Vincent arrested as pickpocket sus
pects. Forty members Phi Gamma Delta
and Sigma Chi "frats," Univ. of Chi
cago, quarantined. Scarlet fever.