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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 08, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:13; sunset, 5:48.
Jos. O'Donnell, well-known pro
fessional boruisman, died at Palm
Beach, Fla. Ptomaine poisoning.
Gus Englehart and Bill Howard,
alleged auto thieves, on trial.
Mrs. Amelia W. Crockett, 1519
Pratt blvd., granted divorce and $175
from Wm. P. Crockett, electric sup
ply man. Desertion.
Ass't State's Att'y Hogan filed dis
barment action against Atty's Ches
ter De Armond and Jas. G. Cotter for
their part in Marjorie Delbridge case.
Att'ys Erbstein and O'Donnell will
ask . dismissal of all other charges
, pending against them.
Mrs. Florence Marrow Raymond
wants divorce and $150 month ali
mony from Jules N. Raymond, 851
Margate terrace.
Coroner's jury decided Mrs. Fannie
Sax Berman died of pneumonia. Rel
atives hintedpoisoning.
Mrs. Antonia Battledorf wants di
vorce from Att'y P. H. Bettledorf.
Charges desertion.
Everett William Nice, was not, says
Mrs. Julia Wright Nice. Wants di
vorce. Cruelty basis.
Harry Nolan, 347 S! Homan, shot
in hip by bandits.
Harry Soldwick, 4007 Lincoln av.,
driver, failed to help boy -wham his
wagon knocked unconscious. Fined
$25. Carl Eric Anderson says Mrs. An
derson refused to come from Sweden
to join him. Divorce.
Chief Schuettler will not ask revo
cation of license of Blatz cafe, 3451
Indiana av., despite shooting affray
there Monday.
Ex-Judge Arba Waterman will re
cover from operation.
David MacQuarrie, mgr. Corbjn
Cabinet Lock Co., denied wife's
charges he kept her prisoner in hotel
room. ' v
Harold Turner, negro, wanted in
connection with attacks on women;
ehot by police. May die.
John Ryan, 16, 6232 Laflin, over
come by gas. Will recover.
Jas. 'McLaughlin fatally hurt by
funeral auto of Western Casket Co.
Alfred A. Decritt, 6127 Champlain
av., struck by auto. Driver skipped.
Josephine Busse, widow of Mayor
Busse, lost suit for Fox Lake farm.
Harry Guttman, 5g21 Calumet,
shot and wounded one of five whom
he said attacked him on South Sitie
"L" train.
Rumored that state's att'y will
probe skimpy street paving charges.
Fire destroyed three buildings at
Thatcher av. and Iowa st., River For
est. Everett Burget quizzed again in
connection witn Fred Higgins mur
der. Police said to have found "money--niaking
machine" in home of jqs.
Schwartz, one of alleged gold brick
swindlers.
Students hunting thief who has
been looting their rooms at Univ. or
Chicago. i
Geo. H. Johnson, former member
of firm of Johnson & Sons, fire es
cape makers, suicide in St. Louis.
Poison.
Dr. Nicolas Papent, Balkan wait
veteran, sued Geo. Matalas and De
metrios Eutoxias, editors of Loxias,
Greek paper, for $1,000. Libel
charged.
China wants to borrow $25,000,000
from Continental & Commercial Na
tional bank.
Sixty-seven fraudulent ballots said
to have been found in one "precinct
of 18th, ward. ,
Wall of vacant 5-story building at
15th and Throop collapsed.
Bribery charge against Jos. Pren
dergast, state food, inspector, drop
ped by state's att'y,,
Mrs. Stella Thompson bankruptcy
troubles said to be due to "war
brides.'.'
Thos. Gowarn arrested as alleged
member of gang of bank burglars.

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