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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 21, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 7',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:00; sunset, 6:37.
Margaret Sanger arrives in city to
day. Blind children attended Ringling
Bros.' . circus.
,Widow of Wm. C. Thorne gets $2,
4 500,000 estate.
Stanley Royck, 5148 Warwick av.,
fined $100 for auto speeding.
August Johnson, Kenosha, suicide.
Gun. Grieved over wife's death.
v Chief Schuettler hunting for bogus
collectors for police pension fund.
State and Randolph St. bridges
closed to traffic Sunday. Repairs.
Negro snatched purse of Nellie E.
Richman, 4245 Grand blvd. $2P0.
L. J. Wertheimer, City Hall Square
hote'l, arrested on bogus checks
Orin H. Davidson, testifying in
wife's divorce suit, denied infidelity
John G. Shedd gave Lake Forest
estate to' daughter, Mrs. Kersey
Mrs. Wm. Hale Thompson's pet
canary got loose yesterday. Caught
Rodney Krause, artist, reconciled
to estranged wife shortly before he
Mrs. Lillian Hancock Howard got
divorce from Dr. Richard E. How
Charles Henry Moore got divorce
from Charlotte Willey Moore. Treat
ed -him "roughly," he said.
W. G. Lee, pres. Brotherhood of
Railway Trainmen, who has been ill
in Cleveland, out of danger.
Ford Fisher wrote Mrs. Esther
Fisher, 554 E. 92d, he "married a
W doctor bill." She got divorce.
Carl Urquhart, 915 State, who once
deserted army, arrested for desert
ing wife. Ordered to support her.
EdW. C. Dorn wants divorce from
Bertha Dorn, whom he married ten
days, ago. Charges infidelity. Named
H. Handley. Denies he is "war
groom," as he'ftjwst 40r
Chas. Reeble, 2420 Ballou, suicide.
Gun. Wife left him. Wrote note ad
vising men to join army rather than
Chas. Schoe, 4446 S. Ashland av.,
shot; may die. Jas. Brown, Turk
poolroom owner, 4252 S. Ashland av.,
Mrs. Emma Little Chief, 1042
Wells, Sioux Indian, filed $10,000 suit
against Benj E. Weisburg. Hit by
Mrs. Ethel Eldred's screams routed'
six auto bandits as they were holding
up A. C. Benoit, dry goods merchant,
2325 W. Lake.
Dorothy Silvia, actress, reported
married to John. Green, son of Jate
A. W. Green, millionaire head of Na
tional Biscuit Co.
Sebastian Klinek, 850 N. Kildare
av., fled from American hospital in
nightshirt. Caught by police. Was
taking drink cure.
Frank Williams, 520 N. Dearborn,
held tor grand jury on charge of rob
bing "home of Chas. P. Whitney,
Six auto bandits got $20 and ring
from Henry Engle, 2959. N. Crawford
av., and $19 from Theo. Knudsen,
4657 W. North av.
Late Amos Shepard left $40,000 of
$120,000 estate to widow. Rest to be
divided between three sons, daughter
Abraham Schaffner, chauffeur,
2014 Taylor, arrested on charges
made by Gladys Baker, 26 S. Kedzie
av., and Edna Boyd, 219 E. 48th.
R. E. Blackwood, sec'y Civil Serv
ice Reform league, 'sued for separate
maintenance by Bernice Blackwood.
Desertion charged. Iave one child.
Mayor Thompson will lay corner
stone today of new $400,000 building
being erected by street car men's
union at Ashland av. and Van Buren.
Warrants out for Jos. McDermott,
5442 S. Ashland av.; Michael Cor
bett, 5358 Ashland av., and Michael
Lehner., 5300 Ashland aVM saloon"