The Chicago Day Book, March 30, 1917.NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Police think maniac slew Katherine Koller. Girl found near home with bullet in head.
Victor Reseler, janitor, 4754 Sheridan rd., found dying with fractured skull. Mystery.
Richard Knippers, Dolton grocer, run over and killed after he cranked auto truck.
Rob't Sherman, 4064 S. Dearborn, shot and killed by Mrs. Lulu Franklin, 4119 S. Dearborn, when he knocked on her door by mistake.
Mrs. Amelia Gross, 3806 Grand blvd., died of heart disease on way home from funeral.
W. S. Denham, 60, real estate dealer, Hopkins Park, found dead from gas at 710 N. Clark. Accidental.
David Selcer, 18, son of dep't manager for Gage Hat Works, testified in father's divorce suit that mother made dates over phone.
Mrs. Anna Quattrocki, 17, 2615 Shields av., granted annulment of marriage when she told judge husband forced her to wed at gunpoint.
Dr. Raymond Sweany, 1614 Carmen av., granted annulment of marriage on plea that he did not remember getting hitched.
Mrs. Hattie Trude, 1635 Farwellav., got divorce. Accused her next door neighbor.
Ben Scheilowski, 3522 W. 12th, and two other druggists fined $20 for hiring unregistered pharmacists.
Ray Noland, arrested for love letters to Mildred McCormick, 660 Rush st, promised not to do it again. Freed.
Patrolman Frank Farrell, New City station, up before trial board on the complaints of girls.
John Obiale, 4849 S. Elizabeth, called police when he thought he heard ghosts. They found nothing. GERMANS LOWERED AMERICAN FLAG ON SINKING SHIP
New York, March 30. American flag, which Capt Nordberg of American steamer Algonquin left flying when with his crew he abandoned the ship, was pulled down by the crew of the submarine which sank her, he said on his arrival here today. Nordberg had hoped to see the flag flying until his ship disappeared beneath the waves, he said.GAMBLERS GOT HENRIETTA
First Deputy Westbrook thinks he has solved the mystery of the missing Henrietta, the kidnapped police auto that was snatched away last night. Gamblers did it, says Westbrook. Henrietta has been the most feared of all the autos. For weeks a dark plot is believed to have existed against this flivver, "$395, f. o. b."TED MEREDITH WILL JOIN THE FLYING CORPS
Meredith is the famous runner and holder of the half and quarter mile records. He has declared his intention to join the United States aviation corps and will organize a University of Pennsylvania flying squadron.http://www.archives.upenn.edu/people/1800s/meredith_jas_edwin.html
Ted Meredith US olympic champion. By Unknown - Taken from The Official Report of the Olympic Games of Stockholm 1912. - , Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=31700060