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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, March 12, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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Sunrise, 6:07; sunset, 5:53.
Mrs. Bertha.Schon, 35, 1452 E. 63d,
booked on charge of selling liquor
without license.
$15,000 damage tc-three-story fac
tory at 1936-38 W. North av., occu
pied by Tennerstedt Mfg. Co. and
Nat'l Shirtwaist Co.
Police searching for Gayle Geo.
Brown, 2357 Michigan av., ass't teller
Packard Motor Co., $700 shortage
Wm. Mettler, 87i 1933 Indiana av.,
hurt by auto last Wednesday, died to
day. Driver escaped. ,
Max Mann, 1201 Washburne av.,
peddler, strong-armed by five men.
$12 taken.
Frank Marrazo, 2, 831 Forquer, up
set hot water kettle. Scalded; died.
Rubien - Ackermann and Nathan
Altman, 2158-68 Milwaukee av., want
police restrained from interfering
with them. Police say they violated
junk laws. They deny being junk
dealers. Say they're wholesale deal
ers. Mary O'Brien, 1016 Leland av. ar
rested. Slapped policeman when he
grasped her arm.
Chief Schuettler did not issue, po
lice shakeup order as expected. No
reason given for delay.
Harry Brown, 3533 Lexington, ar
rested on complaint of Frank Clark,
manager publishing house, 81 W.
Randolph, when he missed $50.
Edward Erickson's family planned
birthday party for him. Meanwhile
he was arrested in hotel at 602 N.
Village board of Maywood and
River Forest asked to put danger
signs on Desplaines river, ,Ice getting
Louise Collier, 1222 Carmen av.,
found baby basket on front steps.
But it contained Teddy Bear.
Wm. Keefe, taxi driver, 1132 E.
43d, robbed of $70 and his machine
by two young men.. ,
Policemen allowed to wear civilian
clothes to and from police station
under new order.
Evelyn Booth and Lowell Sherman,
taking part in "The Knife" at Chica
go theater, married last night.
Guardians of Liberty protest to
council against closing City Hall Stf 'j
Patrick's day.
Windmill on estate of Wm. Hatter
man - at 7501 , Malvern av. made
spookly noises until neighbors ob
jected. Removed.
Sylvester Sparling and S. W. Ben
nett, Wilmette, offered their 90-foot
yacht for war service.
Jose Soler, aged watchmaker,
found dead in room at 150 S. Water
st. Was a recluse.
New system of receiving com
plaints started in police -department
C. G. Brown, former cashier Pack
ard Sales Co., 2357 Wabash av.,
sought by police. Accounts said to
be short.
Fritz Wolf, held in "German spy
plot," released as charges against
him faiL
Mabel Manuel, 918 W. 51st, took
poison after quarrel with sweetheart.
- Katherine Sparks, employe Wes
ley hospital, who told of being shot ,
by negro, admitted it was jealous
husband that attacked her
Sol LaBoe, 3400 Franklin blvd., ar
rested, in east, brought back on for
gery charge.
Saloonkeepers of North Side in a
-meeting at 4817 Irving Park blvd.
asked council to do away with free
Det E. A. Reindeau and Police
woman Mary Body attacked when
they got evidence of Sunday closing Vj
violation at Jeffrey tavern, 8301 S.
Chicago av.
Mrs. Bertha Schon, 1464 E. 63d,
arrested when detectives bought
whisky in her stationery store.
Safeblowers made unsuccessful at
i tempts on safe of Keith & Co., 320 W,

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