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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 03, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:29; sunset, 6:17.
Herman Walter, 62, 1825 S. Ridge
way, dead. Heart disease.
Harry Bates was unfaithful de
clares wife in divorce bill.
Albert Pepin was cruel, declared
Mrs. Florence Pepin in divorce bill.
James Ryan, 823 W. 34th, shot by
wife when he abused her brother,
Teddy Pope, 13.
Christ Thompson, 4800 Fullerton
av., Most his saloon license. Sold
liquor to minors.
Att'y Sigmund Zeisler refused $30
pay for work done for city on civil
Trial board continued cases
against police captains accused of
paying for promotions.
Mrs. Rose Gibala, 1240 W. Huron,
arrested when police found body of
3-hour-old baby in trunk.
Martin Carlton, timekeeper for III.
Steel Co., S. Chicago, still missing.
Wanted on girl's charges.
Verne Oeschger, Valparaiso, Ind.,
heir to million, released after investi
gation on Mann act case.
Jos. Block, 1718 Dickson, taken by
police when he asked for treatment
for gunshot wound in neck.
Charles Schlosser, fruit commis
sion man, 210 N. La Salle, chosen
foreman of state grand jury.
James Johnson, 5, and brother El
mer, 3, rescued by firemen in burn
ing building at 3718 S. State.
U. S, Att'y Clyne will ask President
Wilson to free 50 convicted in fed
eral courts on minoi- charges.
Louis Arendt, 2164 N. Oakley av.,
says he was beaten by policeman
when he reported being robbed.
County board authorized state's
attorney to bring suit against estate
of Richard Sears for $1,703,621 back
George Ulrich, 810 Hfd& Park
blvd , got divorce. Told judge he
came home to find another man
Sixty-seven nuns asked for first
citizenship papers yesterday.
Kazimir Kroll, 1459 W. 47th, shot
in stomach. Reason unknown. Police
Judge Barrett issued warrant for
Wm. Gilhooley, suspected as pick
pocket. Twenty police sworn in to stop
public picnicking on private grounds
at Lake Bluff.
Cecil Frain, 164 Forest av., Oak
Park, accused as "cabaret fan" by
wife, who got divorce.
Mrs. Lena Kaze, 3647 Indiana av.,
told Judge Thompson her husband
chased her out of house. Divorce.
Jas. McHugh, 2306 W. Monroe,
taken with three others for theft of
silk from Wells-Fargo Express Co.
Ass't State's Att'y Frank Johnston
blocked pardon for five Washington
Park bank robbers, sent up for 14
Mrs. Charles Lasher, 1424 Lunt
av., got divorce from hubby, who
beat her when she rolled over on him
Walter Detten, 7, 840 Altgeld av.,
struck by auto driven by Gladys
Pearce, 162 N. Taylor. "Left leg
Clara Everett, 1950 Granville av.,
attacked by man who tried unsuc
cessfully to stifle screams with ker
chief. He fled.
Howard Hensen, 7, 2357 Harrison
st., took $25 from father's pockets
and started out to make a day of it
Picked up by police.
Johan Sayad, 303 W. Chicago av.,
sued for-$10,000 by Abe Pierre, 156
W. Chicago av., Alienation of wife's
Mrs. William T. Wade, 1746 N.
Sawyer av., got divorce because wife
left him when he disagreed with her
theories on spiritualism.
Judge Crowe went to jail to give
John McDonald a hearing in burglary
case because McDonald was siclL
Judge allowed him to go home.