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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 05, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:26; sunset, 6:20.
Policeman William Mulvey of Ca
nalport av. station, discharged from
force for intoxication.
Mrs. Rose Dukin, 1307 N Campbell
av., arrested with companion after
raid on Abe Lipkin's market, 1403 N.
Campell av.
Four convicts captured after six
miles from Joliet, where auto they
fled in broke do'wn.
William Snyder, 2476 N. Albany
av., sued for divorce. Cruelty.
Ass't State's Att'y Frank Johnston
asked Judge Fitch to call cases
against ex-Chief Healy and Aid. De
Priest
Alex Gudevic, 2039 Lemoyne,
fined $5 and costs for asking Mrs.
Edward Reed, 839 N. La Salle, to
have soda with him.
Suit started to get $1,703,621 in
back taxes from Sears estate.
Edward Ford and Wm. Spafford,
actors, arrested for violation of U. S.
narcotic laws.
Four jurors chosen to try Walter
Stevens, Alfred Chase and Thomas
Innes for holdup murder.
William Gilhooley, alleged pick
pocket who has escaped trial a num
ber of times, to appear before Judge
Barrett today.
Case of Henry Landwirth con
tinued to give him a chance to
marry Lillian Drescher, 1046 Cali
fornia av., with whom he lives.
Mrs. Ada White, 6347 Kenwood av.,
got a divorce on complaint that her
hubby drank too much.
Charles Faedpke, 913 Concord pi.,
got a year in Bridewell for failure to
support wife at court's order.
Maxwell Zoiss, 1465 W. 72d, says
wife is in love with another man. Got
divorce.
Dr. Harry Weinberg, 3000 Ellis av.,
and three others arrested in raid by
"dope" squad.
Harry Olson, 517 Milwaukee av.,
robbed of $37 and watch as he wait
ed for car at Clybourn and North avs.
Two hundred angry parents asked
removal of J. P. Krost, principal of
Irving school, Hammond. Cruel, they
say.
Clyde Bittinger, 34g2 W. North av.,
charged with manslaughter after
Adolph Bukososky died of auto in
juries. Lillian Krappman, 2131 N. Menard
av., who tried suicide and failed, says
she was hounded by young man who
ruined her.
"Mammy" Camilla Jackson started
habeas corpus proceedings in state
supreme court.
Village of Wilmette granted 20
year franchise to Milwaukee electric
road.
Henry Levish, druggist, 3217 W.
63d, shot in shoulder wden he resist
ed holdup men.
Team of basket-bill players-smashed
windows on South Side elevated
train at 5lst street in celebration.
Escaped police.
Burglars stole watchdog and cloth
ing worth $150 from house of John
Spalo, 4736 W. Adams.
Dominick Marz, 1023 W. Madison,
shot twice at Morgan and Adams.
May die. Police seeking acquaint
ance. Will of George Plamondon filed.
Estate amounts to $275,000.
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SEE PEACE IN CITY STRIKE
Simon O'Donnell, president of the
Building Trades Council, announced
last night that no more city workers
will be called out on strike pending
a peace conference arranged be
tween union leaders and Public
Works Com'r Bennett for this after
noon. There are now approximately
5,000 out on strike. Heretofore the
city administration has ignored the
appeals of the union men.
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Hearing of the demand for rattle
snakes in China, where they are used
in medicines, a South Dakota woman
offers to supply from 90 to 100 a day.
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