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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 06, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:24; sunset, 6:21.
State Rep. Tim Murphy, 852 W.
50th pi., shot and wounded brother,
Jas., during quarrel. Latter will re
cover. Thirty-one school teachers mar
ried within last few months.
Thos. Wilson, ex-cashier Electric
Review and Western Electrician, held
to grand jury on embezzlement
charge. Said to be $7,000 short
Judge Thomson indicated he would
grant Mrs. Florence Raymond di
vorce from Jules N. Raymond.
Victor Peterson, 7336 Champlain
av., killed by I. C. train.
Canal st. bridge closed to traffic to
day. Repairs.
David McQuarrie filed cross di
vorce bill against Gladys MacQuarrie
Each charges cruelty.
Thos. Innes pleaded guilty to Louis
Lichtenstein murder. Sentence de
layed until Walter Stevens" and Al
fred Chase are tried.
Daniel F. Burk granted divorce
from Annabelle Burk. She left him.
Fifteen men arrested in gambling
raid on Room 210, Advertising bldg.
Marko Merkovich, 4816 St Paul,
filed $20,000 suit against John A.
Leoni, 3131 W. ICth. False arrest
charged.
Lew Fuller, vaudeville actor, wants
divorce from Louise Fuller. Charges
infidelity. Named Geo. Shirley and
Rowland Fistall.
Chas. B. Eisle charged with lar
ceny by embezzlement from Mrs.
Florence Couthoui Scott.
One hundred laborers employed by
Hately Bros., packers, 35th and Iron,
on strike.
Wm. C. Graham sued for divorce
by Mattie Graham. Charged with in
fidelity and desertion.
Thirty-five more schools joined in
garden campaign.
$7,000 worth ot brass journals, al
leged to have been stolen from
freight cars, found in Max Siegel's
junk shop, 7016 Houston av.
Ralph Busse, 3506 Pierce av., said
another stole Dorothy Busse's affec
tion while he was .away withmilitia.
Divorce.
Timothy Hicks got fractured skull
in fight with Fred Smith; died later.
Smith arrested. Both negroes.
Mrs. Victoria Belang, 7604 N. Ash- A
land av., killed by gas. Defective pipe
blamed.
Albert Brown, driver for Cunning
ham Ice Cream Co., fell from wagon
seat. Concussion of brain.
Judge Boyer, Evanston, fined Fred
Klaner, 2733 Pine Grove av., $5 for
speeding.
John Blossman, Bass Lake Junc
tion, Ind., spit on American flag at
Chicago and Western avs. Jas. Mo
riarty, 2438 Chicago av., trounced
him and turned him over to police.
Watchers 'for E. I. Jarrett, 33d
ward aldernianic candidate, claim a
gain of 75 votes.
Mayor Thompson, in discussing
"knifing" charges, said: "Deneen Re
publicans played with knives arid got
cut"
Boss barbers hint at 50-cent hair
cuts, in future.
Rev. Alex Greenwald, 1423 N. La
Salle, accused of theft of $5,000
Stradivarius violin by Anna Sczo
berg, 120(i S. Karlov av. Arrested. -
Storm caused $50,000 damages
along shore line between Rogers and
Jackson park. Mayor's yacht dam
aged. American flag torn from window
of Laura Whitcomb, 500 Belden av.
Felix Mitchell will be named sup't
of streets today.
Wm. Falconer, 100 years old,
bought farm at Belmont and Cicero A.
avs. 75 years ago for $200;. sold it W
yesterday for $400,000.
Charles Lew Wallace, 1229 Hood,
pres. defunct Wallace Lumber Co., v
bankrupt. Liabilities, $100,030; as
sets, $200.
Four persons hurt when street cars
collided at State and Randolph sts.

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