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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 13, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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Sunrise, 6:05; sunset, 5:54.
Glencoe scrubwomep organized
and got 50 cents a day increase.
Hazing ended at Northwestern
Univ. Class tug of wars in future.
"Jose Carranza," Mexican, arrest
ed. Celebrating election of "my
cousin" as president of Mexico.
Mrs. Carrie W. B. Radcliffe, 6 E.
28th, said hubby, Julian, made her
dance in basement to keep warm.
Victoria Sutta, 1464 Indiana av.,
killed by Frank Parmalee wagon.
Mrs. Viohi Steele Hodge, 4424
Dover, given divorce from Fred
Moore Hodge. Desertion.
Rueben Heifer, 4248 Champlain
av., stabbed by Barrett Marshall,
4216 Evans av. Quarreled over
Jos. Sabol, 1542 Cornell, pleaded
guilty to killing Celia Rudon, sweet
heart. Cat upset lamp in Mrs. Jessie
Skinner's home, 1021 S. State. Fire.
Flagpole removed from federal
bldg. as safety precaution.
Mrs. Frances E. Brown, 4511 Clif
ton av., said Elton L. Brown pushed
her out of auto at 2 a. m.
Three students caught in raid on
4748 Vincennes av., fined $1 and
costs. Four others and three girls
Mrs Ruth C. Woods, 1526 Cullom
av., given divorce from Harold H.
Woods, son of Geo. H. Woods, chief
deputy bailiff municipal court
John Kowanda, 4334 Honore, killed
when wall at 1433 Milwaukee av.
Policeman Wm. Carden, missing,
believed working for railroad. Faces
Mrs. Paul Pfatenauer, 4502 N.
Troy, lost purse containing $300 and
$500 worth of jewelry.
Clyde Monroe Smith, 3241 Broad
way, says wife is "gay bird." Charges
uonduct Wants divorce. I
THE PAY CONCERNING
Mrs. Helen N. Hsmer wants di
vorce from Fred D. Hosmer. Drunk
Allen Rumer stole 94 cents from
Mrs. Emma Johnson, 2419, Milwau
kee av. Given 94 days in jail.
Policeman Wm. .peehan woundepy
John Slonina and captured Ieo Ku-
bor. Charged with, being' holdup
men. ' r
Louis Posnets, 15, 3427 Linda
av.; Sam Kramer, 16, 2223 law
yer av., and Selmer Olsen, 17, 2258
N. Kimball av., arrested for annoying
John Mayer, 2938 Lake Park av.,
killed when auto hit pole and skidded
in front of street car. Edna and
Julia Ellingson, 1420 N. Claremont
Alex Wexler, 9, 1234 S. California
av., killed by auto of J. M. Simnn.
12th and Ashland
Depot runners bribed police, says
Work resumed on new Union sta
tion. Tony Denier, "Humpty Dumpty,"
to be buried at Rosehill.
Aurora health com'r has put ban
Ex-Chief Healey may be tried Mon
day by civil service board.
Warden Smith opened two new
wings at County hospital.
Billboard near Edgewater Beach
hotel torn down.
T. Maruyama, public safety direct
or, Tokio, and Mitsugi Hotta, com'r
Japanese gov't her. Says one out
of four marriages in Japan end in
Telegraph wires damaged by last
night's snow. , X-f
Port of stolen autos' uncovered at
M. Tenny, Percy Lasnicki and Dan
DoesYub arrested in Higgins case.
Chief Justice Fitch, criminal court,
Carl Helm, pres. United Engineer
ing Co., filed $100,000 tfbel gait