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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 29, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:38; sunset, 6:12.
Hyman Calovich, professional
bondsman, arrested on bad check
charge. Peter Jappas, saloonkeeper,
132 N. Clark, complainant.
John Mahon, 9020 Burley. av., may
die; fell while trying to board" car.
Dennis Hicks' divorce suit against
Hazel Hicks failed. Judge wouldn't
believe story of her relations with
Woman's City club 0. K.'d five
Mrs. May White, 345 E. 61st, got
divorce from Walter White. Cruelty.
Nettie Markiewicz, Worth, award
ed $5,000 in breach of promise case
Mrs. ePter Douvres, 17 W. Harri
son, went shopping with $83; failed
Willis Howard Keech, wealthy real
estate man, has again sued wife for
divorce. Desertion charged. First'
Fiftieth st. police moved into new
and uncompleted station at 4802 Wa
Anton Carpiel wants divorce. Says
wne tried to poison him.
Oswald C. Tracy, son , of S. W. '
Tracy, vice pres. Chicago Tunnel Co.,
says he was drunk when he married
Florence Pivic in June, 1915. Wants '
Harold Turner, negro, shot by Po
liceman Oscar Williams, died.
Jean Dumunter, who stole coat
from Policewoman Florence Van
Amber, sent to House of Good Shep
herd for one year.
Ethel Staley, singer, wants $100,
000 from Chicago Surface Lines and
Wm. R. Goodhart. Sa"ys she was in
ured in collision between street car
and Goodhart's auto. j
Wm. Selver, dep't mgr. Gage Hat
Works, wants divorce.- Charges' un
faithfulness. Says wife shot him in
Chas. Gross, 3, 5221 N. Paulina,
played near furnace; died of burns.
Michael Demillo, 1347 Elburn av.,
shot in face during quarrel in saloon
at 1135 Harrison.
Ex-Chief Healey and Ad. De Priest
to be tried soon.
Katherine Cichonska, 1146 Mil
waukee av., robbed of $26 by two
men. Harry Backer, 1040 W. 32d,.
and Wm. Simonsky, 3156 Morgan, w
arrested and identified.
State's Att'y Hoyne to present 21st
ward vote fraud evidence to grand
Illinois mayors opened three-day
convention at Hotel La Salle. . . '
Chas. G. Strauss, owner La Plante
hotel, 1807 Van Buren, acquitted of
contributing to delinquency of .14-year-old
Loraine Antanick, Newcastle, Pa.,
left home for "bright lights of Chi- ,
cago." Sought by police.
Citizens' trial , board exonerated
eight paving inspectors accused of
Judge Landis gave decision bar- '
ring from American citizenship alien
saloonkeepers caught violating Sun
day closing law.
Wm. Koothast, saloonkeeper, 1031
Montana, slugged and robbed by
Julius Scheffler, 1801 Fulton, shot
and wounded by police in Panhandle
freight yards. Suspected as freight
thief. Albet Rae. 1633 W. Grand -av.,
and David Grier arrested.
Alfred Urion and wife want $15,
000 damages from Drexel Motor Liv
ery Co. and W. M. Hoy. They were
hurt in collision.
Robert R. Clark mansion, land
mark at Barry av., Clark and Halsted .
sts., to be "razed.
Chas. J. V'opicka, minister to Bal- A)
kans, is back in Chicago.
E. F. Rogers, 4357 Indiana av., hit
by street car, died.
Tony Falkenberg, 906 N. Marsh
field av., tried suicide with gun after
doctors told him he had only two
months to live. Probably will die.