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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 10, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:10; sunset, 5:51.
Hubert Love, salesman, sued for
divorce. Wife says he is unfaithful.
Fred Singer, 12, 5922 S. La Salle,
freed by coroner's jury. "Shot and
killed Myra Crawford, 13, 3764 La
fayette av., while hunting birds.
Neil Gough, 16, 453 South blvd.,
Oak Park, missing since Feb. 16, of
fered to return if father would give
him reward of $100 offered.
Grand jury to get evidence against
six young robber suspects arrested
in W. Monroe street rooming house.
Route No. 3 cars,-now operated to
51st and Grand blvd., to run east on
47th st. to the lake.
Elmer Zimmer, 4403 W. Madison,
and three boy companions arrested
in auto stolen in Peoria.
Mirke Vadjina, 1901 Aliport, repri
manded by Judge Torrison because
he asked $9 of foreigner to appear as
witness in application for citizen pa
Dr. Thomas Davis, 2344 W. Jack
son blvd., charged with desertion by
wife, who go't divorce and alimony of
$150 a month.
Widow and two children of Rich
ard Levia got $10,000 from Chicago
& Western Indiana. He was killed
when train hit wagon..
Clinton Avery, former attendant at
state insane asylum, on trial for fatal
beating he gave patient.
William Weintrube, pickpocket
suspect, didn't appear in court. Bond
Twenty cases of typhoid in Wau
kegan as health dep't finds that N.
Chicago pours sewage into city's lake
Mrs. Mary Pascento, 165 W. Van
Buren st., got $7 a week order from
Judge Stelk when she said her hus
band made her work like horse.
Casimer Marziek, 4532 Honore,
given five months in Bridewell.
Promised to marry girl; threw her
down after getting her money.
Helen Kelsch, 24, 5801 Dorchester,
arrested on charge of taking $5,000
from employer, M. H. Felsenthal, 29
Era Bond released on heavy bonds
when he said he needed medical
itreatment. Held in auto thief dases. ,
Mrs. Anna Sears, widow of late'
head- of Sears, Roebuck & Co., sued
to stop county from collecting $216,- fTi
000 back taxes.
Plan .to have man doctor examine
girls in juvenile court aroused storm
of protest from women.
Six Oak Park boys accused by girl
in Judge Kendall's court. Names
withheld for investigation.
Njegroes who were going tojauild
church on Kenwood av. between 54th
and 55th .sts. dissuaded from plan.
Police seeking. Vira Guerreg, 17,
721 Peoria, kidnaped by lover yes
terday. Quarreling family of late Joseph
Gallagher took out court writ to get
body and control funeral.
Fire in building at' 3134 North av.
.nearly trapped John Bergenthal and
wife, age 75.
Lasso Dinees, grocer, 63d and
Archer, shot by robber who got $100
Sulphur found in body of Charles
Alexander, 7, 1113 Lawrence ,av.,
when he jlied suddenly, has caused'
Joseph Wroblowski, Jr., son of
owner of building where Jacob Mi
wezwa, 5, was burned to death at
4946 S. Paulina, charged with murder.
Louis Holtzman of Chicago Iron &
Metal Co., 2351 S. State, arrested
when police found 22,000 yards of
stolen gingham in place. x -
Chief of Police Schuettler expects
lion cub from Wm. Selig today.
Fire destroyed upholstery depart
ment of Pullman Co. early today.
Thomas Wilson arrested as he
tried to join British navy at Ottawa,
Can. Wanted here for short accounts.