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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 10, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 1

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AUTO BANDITS IN $6,000 ROBBERY
THE DAY BOOK
An Adless Newspaper, Daily Except Sunday
V0L.'6,NO.164 Chicago, Tuesday, April 10, 1917 398 sgS
LINER NEW YORK HITS
MINE OFF ENGLAND
(Vessel Stays Afloat and Docks Under Own Steam All
Passengers Safe Congress May Balk on Some
of President's War Plans.
-Washington, 'April 10. American
liner New York struck a mine last
night -while outside Liverpool bar,
but her passengers are safe and she
is now entering dock, according te
a state department cablegram today.
New York is a steel screw steamer
of 10,798 tone, built in 1888 by J. and
G. Thowpwn of Glasgow and owned
by International Mercantile Marine
Co. (the American lines). She is
registered at port of New York.
New York was third armed passen
ger ship of American'line to sail. St.
Louis, the first, returned yesterday.
St. Paul is now on the other side.
Washington. American steamer
Seward has been torpedoed and sunk
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