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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 09, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Tomorrow is boys' job day. '
Mary Volnek, 8, Morton's Grove,
killed, and sister, Mary, 1G, badly,
hurt by St. Paul train.
Mrs. Mabel De Muth, maid at Hotel
Metropole, shot and killed herself.
Trouble with husband.
Mrs. Emma Doxey Coats, Elgin,
lulled by auto of Paul Kraft. Was
widow with three children.
Scenery slashed and electric wires
torn loose in Apollo theater, 524 E.
47th. Police investigating.
John Hustis, 44, 553 S. State, over
come by ammonia fumes in Western
Cold Storage Co. plant. Revived.
'Burglars got $7,000 worth of jew
els and silks from home of Dr. J.
Louis Stettauer, 5322 Michigan av.
Dave Montgomery, musical com-
I edy star, in serious condition at Pres
byterian hospital following operation.
Maj. Henry W. Lee, Officers' Re
serve Corps, complained that gar
bage dumped in lake by city teams
has contaminated water.
Jos. Meyers, saloonkeeper, 1459 E.
93d, and wife arrested for Sunday
violation. Henry Globe, saloonkeep
er, 2151 Churchill, also caught.
Gustav Hallock, 24 E. Illinois, shot
and wounded Jas. Pettit, 103 E. Oak,
when latter escorted Mrs. Hallock
home. Hallock arrested; said it was
Three men in auto stolen from Dr.
B. A. Baskind, 6317 S. Halsted, col
lided with auto of Stanley Katwoski,
4801 S. Ada. Machines wrecked.
x Samuel Goldstein, 1145 N. Sacra
mento av., gave $100 cash and $1,000
worth of jewels to three con men
for "$10,000 worth of platinum."
Turned out to be talking machine
Five safeblowers bound and gag
ged John Whitman, night watchman,
Pennsylvania Lines offices, 521 W.
Adams. Failed to crack safe contain
ing $500. Got $500 from Union sta
tion cash box on fifth floor.
Sunrise, 5:19; sunset, 6:24.
Geo. Watts, 12, Evanston, hurt by
J. V. Larkin mentioned as new de
Kaiserhof hotel changed name, to
Residences in Waukegan and Ke
Four men robbed Dr. A. Stare,
3625 Douglas blvd., of $30.
Four men held at E. Chicago av.
station as holdup suspects.
Sixteen men and four girls miss
ing. Lured by war is the theory.
Geo. Stebbings, 80, 18 N. Des
plaines, fell in river. Rescued by po
lice. Burglars got $500 merchandise
from John Linden's cigar store, 1038
Highland Park children barred
from movies. Contagious illness
Anton Jonikas, 737 W. 22d, shot
and wounded by Jas". Cuda, 67 S.
State. Latter arrested.
Jas. Young, 27 E. Harrison, beat
en with baseball bat. Sid Miller and
"Chick" Connors sought
Edw. Dunlaps, 7152 Emerald av.,
leaped from speeding auto. Hurt.
Said car contained thieves.
Safeblowers entered Guthman,
Carpenter & Telling's shoe house,
Monroe and Franklin. Got nothing.
Tom Sara Kawa, 3707 Lake Park
av., threw brick through central de
tail window. Wants war to stop. Ar
rested. Police raided saloon of Caesar Dal
Pino, 904 Madison, and arrested bar
tender and ten men on Sunday clos
Sue Redmond1, West Side negress,
sought for several months by State's
Att'y Hoyne, caught; said to have
paid protection money.
Arbore Savino, 3036 W. 36th, mys
teriously murdered. Michael Roe
doero, 3608 S. Rockwell, wounded.
Black hand plot suspected.