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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, February 08, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 5

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Sunrise, 6:55; sunset, 5:14.
Thos. Chamales, owner of Green
Mill Gardens, 4800 Broadway, sued
for 1 a. m. violation.
Jesse E. Marvin,-3247 Warren av.,
sued for divorce by Edith G. Marvin.
Desertion, nonsupport and too much
W mother-in-law, she charges.
Restaurant license of Chas. Sal I as,
1335 Madison, -revoked. Police say
liquor was sold there.
Federal court of appeals reversed
sentence and fine imposed on Josiah
Tl and Burchard R. Hair, charged
with using mails to defAiud.
Thos. W. Davidson wants divorce
from Mabel A. Davidson. Named
Frank Hampton.
Aid. Home wants city to charge
10 cents, instead of 6 cents, a barrel
for oil inspection.
Martin Ertle, Frank Davis and
Frank Stevens, chauffeurs, held to
grand jury on charge of stealing auto
Coroner's jury decided Mrs. Mar
garet Hare, 2229 Prairie av., came to
death by accidentally mixing boracic
acid and rat poison in pancake flour.
Milan Hurling, 1354 S. Hoyne av.,
shot Died. Jos. E. x Lemming,
railroad detective, taken into cus
tody. Mrs. Ethel Rose O'Connor, 19 S.
Homan av., wants separate mainte
nance from David O'Connor, Board
of Trade. Found letters he wrote to
'Blanche Pyne, Juvenile Detention
Home, stricken with scarlet fever
after caring for young charges who
were ill.
Mrs. and Mrs. Max Epstein gave
i $100,000 to proposed Univ. of Chi-
cago medical school.
Frank I. Schoell Univ. of Chicago,
lost hearing in left ear fighting in
John Smith, 725 Independence
blvd., missing.
Woman's City club to teach hy
giene to working girls,
Mrs. Mary Eckler, 75, 1220 N. Pau
lina, found destitute by police.
Rep. B. F. Clettenberg introduced
bill in legislature to bar women from
smoking in public.
Charges filed with trial board
against ex-Chief Healey and Billy
Company C, Third III. infantry, un
der scarlet fever quarantine.
Harry Prince, 115 W. Madison, and
Seven Olson, 116 W. Ontario, stabbed
in war argument. Jas. Klayde, 615
Wells, held.
Fred Pugge, 60, 4243 Wentworth
av., hurt by auto of F. A. Hart, 3725
S. Halsted, died.
Mrs. Elizabeth Julian, 1420 S.
Springfield av., died after eating
oysters and mushrooms.
Dr. Frank K. Billings, ill of pneu
monia, recovering.
Delta Upsilon fraternity, Univ. of
Chicago, quarantined. Scarlet fever.
Woman found suffering from am
nesia In Evanston identified as Mrs.
Carrie Hruby, 1826 S. Kedzie av.
Casualty Co. demands proof of the
robbery of Sam'l Sandack's jewelry
store, 6312 S. Halsted, before paying
$5,600 insurance.
Seventeen Chicago men ' left for
France to join ambulance corps.
Donald Olcese, Oak Jark, refuses
to withdraw candidacy for village
trustee in opposition to J. L. Fyffe.
Libby Martin, arrested on charge
of running disorderly flat at 2703
Wabash, obtained her 20th contin
uance. Robert W. Gunther, alias Herbert
Lackley, alias H. L. Herrick, who
posed as nephew of ex-Ambassador
Myron Herrick and obtained money
at banks, wanted by police.
Chicago Motor Bus Co. to operate
line on South Side boulevards this
Board of assessors probing report
that gang of tax sharks are operat
ing, in Chicago. Receive money oa
promise to haye assessments cut,
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