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The Chicago Day Book, April 27, 1917.
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Three auto bandits got $22 from Edw. Miller, grocer, 3201 Calumet av.
Three men arrested on charge of stealing iron from ruins of 14th pl. gas explosion and selling it to S. Schultz, 831 16th.
Lena Dallas, 3, 703 S. Marshfield av., fell from third floor. Not even bruised.
Randolph Beresford, 20, son of Richard Beresford, rich man, suicide in Evanston Y. M. C. A. Poison. Love affair believed cause.
91 "down-and-outs" arrested in Schuettler's cleanup campaign in lodging house district.
Mrs. Grace Arnold, actress, wants divorce. Says Richard Arnold tried to killl her April 10, 1916.
Harvey R. Griffiths, sued for divorce by Mrs. Viva Wennebrenner Griffiths, actress known as Viva Ethelia. Non-support charge.
Hazel Olsen, 2807 Cottage Grove av., actress, got divorce. Another woman.
Body of, man, about 45, skull crushed, found by railroad tracks in Aurora.
Adam Roelick, 2246 Blue Island av., died of fractured skull. Police hunting John Schomer, 1910 W. 22d.
Burglars got $300 loot from home of Mrs. H. W. Nelson, 2836 Cambridge av.
Burglars got $400 silverware from home of Max V. Kohnstamm, 5312 Greenwood av.
Genealogical experts have discovered that Jas. Whitcomb Riley was of Pennsylvania Dutch ancestry.
Stanley Trinkhouse, 8944 Houston, quizzed by federal agents as spy suspect after he was fined $100 for carrying gun.
LOCAL WAR NOTES
800 jackies left for Atlantic coast.
Wilson cheered for five minutes at meeting of Woodlawn Business Men's ass'n.
Chas. T. Meckler, Edison Park, who sent threat to Wilson, confined in Elgin State asylum.
Corporal Hoonaby, Third infantry, injured in fight with Mexicans in East Chicago who insulted flag.
Miss Laurentia Molloy, clerk in election commissioners' office, has agreed to "mother" homeless army "rookie."
Anthony Schram, who lost job at American Hide & Leather Co. because he put U. S. flag on workbench, taken back to work.
Col. Roosevelt will arrive at the Union station at 9:40 a. m. tomorrow. Will be escorted by marines and militia to Blackstone hotel.
C. Drzewski and John Woodridgei Wilmette, local members of Canadian army, killed "somewhere in France." A. M. Black 3425 W. 63d, wounded.
Strain 1 cup of apple sauce through a sieve, add to it a tablespoon of lemon juice, a little grated lemon rind, a pinch of salt, sugar to taste and the unbeaten whites of three eggs. Beat with a whisk until stiff enough to hold its shape. Chill thoroughly and serve with whipped cream.
Friday. Anarchist forum, 1006 S. Ashland blvd., J. Billow speaks on "Are We Going to Be Suppressed?" 8 p. m.