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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 17, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:58; sunset, 5:58.
Alleged primary frauds in 20th
ward under probe by grand jury.
W. B. Carlile confirmed by senate
as Chicago postmaster.
Eugene Rose, 832 Taylor", arrested
as thief suspect. 700 raincoats found.
Motion for new trial for Mike Boyle
to be heard Thursday.
John Buckley, who shot and killed
wife, held to grand jury.
Oscar Soboroff wants divorce.
Charges infidelity. Named Jack
$900 stolen from Mrs. Henry Kruse,
2115 S. Halsted.
Mrs. Chas. W. Lasher, Jr., wants
divorce. Charges cruelty.
Election board threw out Aid. Mer
riam's independent petition. Flaws.
Capt Thos. P. Octigan, adj.-gen.
7th regiment, quit Press of other
Furman D. Updike, whose sons
were accused of plotting his death,
Negro bandit fractured skulls of K,
Wawrynzke, ,356 W. 51st, and Henry
Hatsfield, 7020 Prairie av.
May King, 3142 S. Park av., had
Louis Clark, 1420 Warren av., arrest
ed in loop movie. Said he annoyed
Mrs, Gertrude R. Thomas wants
divorce from Wingate Thomas. De
sertion. W. G. Anderson filed petition to
force City Clerk Siman to publish his
name as independent candidate in
Santa Fe road balked at payment
of $511,298 to city for streets and
alleys they want to vacate for new
Sir Horace Curzon Plunkett, Brit
ish statesman, ill here.
Police say "Count" Palmer Sparks
was in Hammond day of Higgins
100 lbs. of dynamite stolen from E.
L Du Pont de Nemours & Co., Lam
Norman E. Booth, Quincy, III., mis
sing three years, sought here.
Loop office bldg. owners taking
out "bomb" policies.
Coroner's jury freed Thos. Wat
son, slayer of Nick Delaney, sleuth.
Julia Murphy, accused of embez
zling $18,000 from J. RussellPrice,
wants $50,000 damages from Dr. C."
E. Cessna, head of firm. Says' he at
Fire discovered in rear of detective
bureau. No danfage.
Hotel La Salle lost fight to open
garage at Washington and 5th av.
Chas. Eisele, 1544 Prott blvd., mgr. -of
chain of cigar stores, accused by
Florence Couthoui of embezzling.
Lieutenants testified against Ex
Chief Healey before grand jury.
Police got racetrack gambling evi
dence in raid on 303 W. Chicago av.
Mont Tennes kicked to Chief Schuet
tler. 100 freight cars burned in mys
terious fire at Kensington yards,
Jarvis Hunt and Geo. W. Jackson
presented traction plans to city.
Att'y-Gen. Brundage wants Har
riet McDonnell removed as trustee of
Thos: Brennon estate. Says she
failed to disburse $34,000 to charity
as ordered in will.
Chas. tl. Vopicka, U. S. minister to ,
Balkans, arrived at Halifax.
Geo. Maston wants marriage to
Edith Matson, 5722 Glover, annulled.
San Francisco, March 17. Pick
ing up the preparations made against
a strike last August, railroad com-
pany officials here are centering ef- 1
forts on making possible the contin
uation of service in the event of a
The strike, if started - tonight, is
not expected to reach San Francisco
before Wednesday night