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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 03, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:22; sunset, 5:42.
Twenty injured when interurban
car left track at X57tli.
Frank Vondrak, 12, 2024 Allport,
flipped moving Burlington train.. Fell
under wheels. Dead.
Evanston enlarges its police force
to 32 members. '
"Bab" O'Hare, management of
whose property was turned over to
his wife when he was adjudged in
competent to care for it, fined $100,
morals court, for violating promise
to stop drinking! -
Policteman Andrew Park, 4928 W.
Van Buren, given 60-day sentence
when he refused to pay $15 month
for support of mother.-
Wm. Jenkins, Canadian army de
serter wanted here on charge of tak
. ing Jessie Stuart, 16, from Chicago
to Detroit for immoral purposes, ar
rested in Detroit
Mayor revoked saloon and res
taurant license of Roy Delano, 710 E.
39th, because of "hushed-up" shoot
ing police say occurred there.
Det. Serg'ts Michael Belwick, P. F.
Loftus, Gregory Moran and Wm.
Bush sent to Washington to lodk out
for Chicago dips during inaugura
tion. Otto Schenk, formerly officer Ger
man army, now chef at Blackstone
hotel, sued for divorce.
Jos. S. Phillips, broker, brother of
late Geo. Phillips, "corn king," ac
cused of infidelity in testimony of
wife. Judge Thompson indicated he
would grant divorce with $90 month
Walter Petries, 4348 W. 28th, gave
self up to police, but denied knowl
edge of death of Motorcycle Police
man David Magee, whose body was
found near his wrecked cycje. Pe
tries auto with battered fender in
MieA r...-n, 853 Fulton, arrested,
charged with theft of paintings
valued at $2,000 from office of Dr, E.
F. Stace, 845 S. Wabash ay. ,
Auerust Walauist and wife, 906
Fletcne., dressed in ragged clothes
to attend "hard time social." Bur
glars broke in. Thought they were
poor and. did not look in dresser
drawer for big haul of jewelry.
Jas. Pentis sentenced to 14 years
for nmrder of Miss Tillie Poeppel,
1466 MadiBon, for going to movie
with another man.
Judge David for second time ap
proved film "The Sins of Sons,"
which- Chicago censors barred. De
nied motion for new trial.
Dr. A. C. Rasmussen, 67, head of
Institute of regeneration, 1806 N.
Francisco av., held in $10,000 bonds
on charge of perf orming illegal oper
ation. Storage foods slightly lower in
price. Fresh vegetables way up, ac-'
count of frost bitten crops in south.
Green peppers jumped from $4 to
$11 a crate.
Zion City plans to turn every avail
able bit of ground into potato patch.
Unas, ooertner, jr., o. nam
ing av., taxi driver, robbed of his taxi,
fur coat, $200 in jewelry and $6.
Clarence J. Keysboe, son of Austin
contractor, convicted as head of syn
dicate of drug smugglers.
Mumps invaded the Univ. of Chi
cago. Mildred Miles, Esther McLean
and Dorothy Edgar have been isolat
ed. Roswell Magill and William
Davis are quarantined in Hitchcock
INJURED BY BOMB BLAST
Mrs. Joseph C. Schultz, 1727 W.
Division, was injured last njght when
bomb explosion wrecked her home.
She had received an anonymous tele
gram threat that the building woujd
be blown up.
When she returned home at mid
night from a card party she detected
gunpowder. She hurried her hus
band and two children from fh
house. Then the blast came,