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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 28, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Fire caused slight damage at Al
bany Parle theater, Kedzie and Law
rence. Mrs. Percy B. Coffin, wife of civil
sen-Ice head; shaken up when street
car Hit taxi.
Rev. Jas. M. Gray, Moody Bible In
stitute, says war" is fulfillment of
bible prophecy.
Some one threw odorous "bombs"
Into Harry Hartman's non-union bar
ber shop, 731 Madison.
Simon J. Campbell got $17,000 ver
diet against' Chicago Surface Lines.
Hit by street car year ago.
Hopewell I. Rogers, Chicago Daily
News, re-elected pres. American
Newspaper Publishers' ass'n.
Robert G. Sims, 4118 Kenmore a v.,
arrested on charge of passing 30 bad
checks. Said to have confessed.
Jas. Clary escaped from Dunning.
Caught in federal bldg. as he was
looking for job as gov't spy. Sent
back.
1 Dr. Raymond A. Sweet, arrested in
Los Angeles in connection with $40,
000 jewel robbery of Wm. Wrigleys
summer home, escaped.
Geraldine Farrar stopped in Chi
cago on way to California. Denied
she was going to return or sell gifts
from German crown prince.
Thos Calow, Belvidere, III., arrest
ed as "vagrant," had $145 and six
quart bottles of whisky. Afraid Bel
videre would go dry. Freed.
Michael Karitch, 5135 Justine, kill
ed and Chas. KertwoskI, 5139- Jus
tine, and Wm. Bader, 5001 Wood,
hurt when B. & O. train hit wagon.
Dr. Hebron Claflin, 82, who was to
have soon married Dr. Mabel Jack
man, 5242 Michigan av., died. Was
brother of Lady Tennessee Claflin
Cook.
Mrs. Mary Bedrone, 829 Coleman
av., badly hurt and 25 other pas
sengers bruised when Grand av.
street car under control of Albert
Redmond, 6918 Giddings St., student
motorman, ran wild.
Sunrise, 1:50; sunset, 6:45.
Dr. Louis Lawson, 5036 Cullom av.,
missing since April 19.
Count De Beaufort arrived in Chi
cago. Going to lecture.
Small town banks warned to look
out for counterfeit $10 bills.
Valuable rug mysteriously slashed
at Henry C. Lytton auction sale.
Ambassador Gerard will be here
May 3 to address Chicago Bar ass'n.
Railroads decline to recognize au
thority of state public utilities com'n.
Mrs. Helen A. Jackson, actress,
wants divorce from Wm. H. Cruelty.
A Rubenstein, lawyer, sued Judge
Gemmill for $100,000, charging libel.
Mrs. May Renes,i2522 N. Western
av., got divorce from Wm. G. Cruelty.
Judge Uhlir, morals court, rapped
birth control. Said only childless rich
are for it.
Mrs. Elsie J. Skillman, Oak Park,
got divorce and $10,000 alimony from
Frederic B. Desertion.
Max Hoffman, 10, 1041 N. Western
av., killed by auto of Emil J. Johnson,
4714 N. Bernard. Latter held.
Ex-Aid. E. J. Werner will leave Chi
cago for New York. Will handle John
R. Thompson's eastern interests.
Mrs. G. S. H. Stewart, Midwest
Women's Farm and Garden ass'n,
wants 16 girls for Piano, 111., farm.
Katherine Puncheon, principal of
Philadelphia high school for girls,
married to Edw. Pomeroy, local law
yer. Ned C. Willoughby wants divorce
from Rose Willoughby, Sterling
hotel. Infidelity charged. Rolla Pen
nington named. i
John Stoyan, 1335 N. Haisted, shot
and wounded Thos. Borshak, 3118 W.
16th, during fight in plant of -candy
company, 3835 Broadway.
Mrs. Dora Greengard, 5942 Prairie
av., wants $10,000 damages against
Mrs. Wilhelmina Barber, owner of
apt. bldg. at 56th and Prairie. Said
she got pneumonia in Mrs Barber's
bide, because of insufficient heat.
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