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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, October 30, 1916, LAST EDITION, Image 6',
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m NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 6:20; sunset, 4:47.
Thos. Moore, brother of Mrs. Harry
Heam, 2706 Indiana av., believed
drowned on Merida in "Black Friday"
Seven Sunday saloon violations re
ported. Dr. A. L. Blunt, 9 W. Harrison, ar
rested on charge of performing abor
tion on Katie Schwartz.
Andrew Feldtz, Railroad Y. M. C.
A., killed by train.
Three-day old baby suffocated in
arms of Mrs. P. Sherrin, 3118 W.
Victor Anderson, 7935 Coles av.,
killed by crane while unloading boat
at Illinois Steel Co.
Jasper Unga, 2317 Wentwbrth av.,
killed by train.
Peter Feldmer, 5216 S. Laflin, ar
rested in room with Lillian Brown at
1145 Adams on complaint of Mrs.
Hubert Cools, 1538 George, got
skull fractured in fight at Chas. Ma
thieson's saloon, 1650 Fullerton av.
Benj. Roes, 1325 Barry av., arrested.
Indiana Society and First Presby
tenon church honored Jas. Whitcomb
Men's shoes, size 12, found at
Dempster st and Sherman av.
John McCormack, Irish tenor, ill.
Disappointed crowded house at Audi
Mrs. Jos. Brettschneider, Berwyn,
who was found unconscious near
bodies of husband and two children,
Mrs. Josephine Dunkelberg, 3953 S.
Michigan av., who disappeared Wed
nesday, returned home in dazed con
dition. Gossips drove her away.
Oscar Stroening, agent Pfaudler
Co., arrested on wife's non-support
Five young boys arrested in stolen
Dwight Watson, who drove steam
roller over Robt Glenish in Lake
brest, freed by coroner's jury.
; J. Walter Roth, Wilmetoe, adver
tising man, killed when auto started
suddenly and ran him down. Wife
and daughter in auto.
Jos. Stafney, motorman, North
Shore Electric, crushed to death
while coupling cars.
Commissary of Messinger lunch
rooms, 237 E. Ontario, destroyed by
fire. $10,000 loss.
Mrs. Matilda Poupala, 27, 425
Roslyn pi., suicide. Hanged self.
Mrs. Tillie Sabel, 2145 Augusta,
fined $10,000 slander suit against
Benj. Goldschlag, Morrison hotel.
George Lewis arrested in Saratogo
hotel as theft suspect on eve of mars
j-iage to Lucille Morris, St. Regis
Irving L. Hurst and Leslie Mar
tin, Hotel Meyer, arrested on charge
of passing bad check.
Hearing on Indiana sand dunes
opens in Judge Kohlsaat's court to
day. J. H. Leslie, 1230 Wabash avM sui
cide. Poison, Counterfeiter's outfit
found in room. ;
Mrs. Mary Panynigg7102 Marsh
field av., hurt in car crash at 42d and
Chas. Weis, Franco-Prussian war
veteran, 4524 N. Racine av., found
dead. Bullgt wounds. Believed sui
cide. Police found drinks being served
Sunday at Sixteen club, Transporta
tion bldg. ,
MrsrMartha Rohsing, 89, 2046 Ad
dison, suicide. Jumped from second
floor. HI health.
Police raided Albe hotel, 231 N.
Clark. Four men and three women
arrested. Woman escaped down fire
Cracksmen got $1,000 from safe of
E. H. Knoop dep't store, 624 W.
John Berry, 1237 W. Grand av., po
lice tipster on Sunday violations, ar
rested for disorderly conduct.
Eighteen autos stolen yesterday.