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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, January 29, 1917, LAST EDITION, Image 6

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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 7:06; sunset, 5:01.
Today is "Carnation Day," in hon
or of late Pres. McKinley.
Clarence Mitchel, "Hotel Home
stead," arrested for tossing dishes
around in John R. Thompson's res
taurant, 339 W. Ma'dison.
Sixty guests of Hotel Lyons, Clark
and Lake, routed -when fire broke
out in basement.
Louis Brown, negro butler, and
$500 worth of jewels disappeared
from home of Mrs. Katherine Sher
win, 4555 Ellis av.
Le Roy Kendrick, 13, 3031 Shef
field av., stabbed and wounded Thos.
Jones, negro, stepfather, what latter
attacked mother.
Mrs. Michael Klem, 1850 W. Erie,
turned on gas and killed baby, 18
months. Ill health. Husband dis
covered bodies.
Morris Edelson, 55 E. 29th, chased
negro butler from house. $13 gone.
Charley Warnick, 17, Columbus
City, Ind., and Fred Deardorff, 15, Ft
Wayne, Ind., taken from freight
train. Ran away to "fight Indians."
Milliners say they may use pig bris
tles as substitutes for aigrettes when
sale of latter become illegal Feb. 1.
Walter Wild, 1435 Sherwin av.,
drowned while skating on lake mile
off Calvary cemetery.
Infant plague suspect reported to
health dep't.
Mrs. Oglena Bailey, 1909 W. Lake,
and Jos. Bernstein, 1035Blue Island
av., hurt when two Madison st. cars
collided at Franklin st
Safeblowers overpowered John
Karskin, 2119 Fletcher, watchman,
and got $2,500 from safe T)t John
Krum's dry good store, 1509 Fuller
ton av.
Five auto bandits got $40 from F.
EL Imes, 5737 South blvdr; $30 from
Rudolph Wendt, saloonkeeper, 3059
Diversey av., and $148 from three of
his customers; $8 from W. C. Jen
sen, 2504 Sawyer av.; $100 from Vic
tor Vucker, 4259 W. Van Buren, and
$10 from Frank Martin, 147 S. Kil
dare av.
Chicago police hunting for bandit
who bound and gagged C. H. Hill,
ticket agent at Joliet Union station,
and escaped with $500.
Dolton State bank will pay 25 per
cent dividend to depositors Satur
day. Frank Robinson, theatrical man,
Y. M. CA. hotel, shot and wounded
at Kimball and Fullerton avs. Says,
hold-Up man shot him. Police in
vestigating. John Penhall, 1051 Montrose av.,
and Louis Budway, 601 N. Lockwood
av., arrested on charge of tossing
brick through Hotel LaSalle taxi.
Three auto bandits got $225 in
cash and stock of codine phosphate,
postage stamps, two cameras, 50
boxes of cigarets and chewing gum
from Walter Johl, druggist, 4601 N.
Clark.
Mrs. Oliver Frank Paisley, wife of
president of defunct Paisley & Sons'
banks, working in Att'y-Gen.-Brund-age's
office.
Geo. Graham, who lost license of
saloon at 5514 S. State for Sunday
violation, says he will quit city.
Mary Linn, 70, 1546 Dixon, and
Cass Williamson, 6852 Harper av.,
hurt by falls on icy sidewalks.
Harry L. Brin, ass't corp. counsel,
lost job when his 32d ward organ
ization refused to endorse Chas.
Bard, Lundin candidate for alder
man. Jos. Konopka, boarder at home of
Jacob Jrzuurl, 4319 S. Honore.shot
and killed himself accidentally while
showing rifle to wedding guests.
Mrs. Carl Schneider, 40, 710 Aldine
av., found dead. Gas.
Harrison-Dunne Democrats to at
tend Wilson inauguration.
R. Holden ,2248 S. Wabash av., ar
rested as ticket "scalper" in front of
Majestic theater.
Det-Serg't Ed Srnale,' member of
gambling squad, whom State-'sAtt'x
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