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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 27, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 4',
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distributed among the reserve ships
of the navy.
Maj.-Gen. Thos. H. Barry has been
placed in charge of twenty regiments
and five separate battalions of the
national guard, with which to protect
middle western property against pos
sible internal disorders resulting
from the trickery of disloyal influ
ences. Disposition of the militia will be
determined on the report of the se
cret investigation now being con
ducted by the dep't of justice as to
the most probable sources of such at
tacks. It is likely that protection
will be furnished public buildings,
public works, industrial and cold
storage plants and federal' and rail
Among the guardsmen called for
this police duty yesterday were the
First of Chicago and the Fifth and
Sixth Illinois regiments.
SEIZE GERMAN SPY SUSPECTS
Suspedted as German spys, two
men giving the names of Paul Zell
and Kurt Erneche were grabbed by
the police as they stepped from a
train at the C, M. & St P. road Mon
day evening. They had been follow
ed from San Francisco by federal
agents. The men are being held in
communicado at the detective bu
reau. o o
WOMAN HIT BY FIRE ESCAPE
Maria B. Morgan, wife of Frank H.
Morgan, court reporter in the Ash
land block, has entered suit for $10,
000 against Carson, Pirie, Scott & Co.
for personal injuries.
According to Att'y McFadddn of
Winston, Payne, Strawn & Shaw,
who represents Mrs. Morgan, she
was "crossing the alley that separates
the State st and Wabash st stores
when a wagon passing along the
alley strluck a fire escape knocking
it down on her head and severely In
LATE BITS OF NEWS
$2,000 in jewelry and $200 in money
reported stolen from Henrotin Me
morial hospital, 939 N. La Salle st.
Orderly Eichbahl missing. Police
John O'Leary, 45, fell downstairs
at his rooming house, 760 S. State.
Helen Herman, 16, 5003 Loomis,
and Bernice Bell, 16, 7425 Parnell
av., missing. AmbitiousHo be movie
Chas. J. Vopicka, late minister to
Balkans, returns to Chicago tomor
row. Mrs. -Anna Lickys, 1401 W. 47th,
tried suicide. No money; children ill.
J. J. Kerr, 24, apprentice seaman
Great Lakes training station, fell
downstairs of Congress st "L" sta
tion. Probable skull fracture.
Geo. Bellano, 60, found dead in
Stag hotel, 22 W. Van Buren, room
1201, by porter. Natural death.
First regiment drilled in Grant
park. Thousands watched.
Mrs. Chas. F. Jackson, wife of
board of trade man, in Reno for di-'
Chief Schuettler expects to shake
up police tonight
Fred J. Freeman, 4800 Washing
ton, fined $16 for accosting Mrs. G.
A. Thompson, 1626 Park av. Had
chief's staff star.
Thirty deposit stations, fully stock
ed, will replace 48 substations of Chi
cago public library.
School board will act to stop theft
of electrical apparatus from Senn
Mayor Thompson to endow chair
of patriotism in Lincoln Memorial
Twenty autos stolen Sunday.
Watertown, Mass. Surprised try
ing to tunnel under fence which sur
rounds arsenal, three men fired at
policeman who saw them and fled.
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