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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 30, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 9

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diamonds of the Baroness iIollub
when she found them. Paroled.
Patrolman Frank Farrell, New City
station, up before trial board on the
complaints of girls.
George Smith, 17, 16 Wood and
Harry Chapman, 1747 Warren av.,
caught as robbers.
Three armed men held up and beat
Ralph Swartwort, 2869 Kenmore av.
Gold watch and chain.
Mrs. Algia Wippo, 6438 S. Marsh
field av., shot her 4-months'-old babe
and herself. Expect both to die.
, William Wrigley, Jr., Co., sued for
$750,000 by L. P. Larson, Jr.,. Co.
Charge malicious prosecution.
Mrs. Ida Sherpe, 2327 N. Racine
av., injured when autos crashed at
Irving Park blvd. and Greenview av.
Wm. Concannon, 1382 Carroll av.,
and Wm. Halpin, 1140 W. Madison,
arrested for trying to buy off a wit
ness; Frank Goraszewski and Leo And
zlewski convicted on finger print evi
dence of robbing saloon at 1555 W.
18th st.
Frank Halub, 15, and two com
panions freed. Were held in murder
of Wm. Stein, junkman, 516 S. Des
plaines. John Obiale, 4849 S. Elizabeth,
called police when he thought he
thought he heard ghosts. They
found nothing.
Walter Woods, 8,- 4703 W. Polk,
suffocated when he fell into sand
chute with brother George, 4. George
rescued himself.
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GERMANS LOWERED AMERICAN
FLAG ON SINKING SHIP
New York, March 30. American
flag, which Capt Nordberg of Amer
ican steamer Algonquin left flying
when with his crew he abandoned
the ship, was pulled down by the
crew of the submarine which sank
her, he said on his arrival here to
day. Nordbere: had hoped to see thp flag
flying until his ship disappeared be
neath the waves, he said,
TED MEREDITH WILL JOIN THE
FLYING CORPS
Meredith is the famous runner and
holder of the half and quarter mile
records. He has declared his inten
tion to join the United States avia
tion corps and will organize a Uni
versity of Pennsylvania flying squad
ron. '
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ROYAL PALM WRECKED
Cincinnati, March 30. Six steel
coaches of Royal Palm Flyer, bound
from Jacksonville, Fla., to Chicago,
upset at Cleves, on Big Four road,
near here, early today, injuring num
ber of passengers. Bjoken rail was
cause.

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