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title: 'The Day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 16, 1917, NOON EDITION, Image 4',
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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Sunrise, 5:06; sunset, 6:32.
Police have clue to slayer of Meda
Billy Sunday may postpone his
Joe Trestik, prisoner in Joliet
since 1906, escaped. '
New auto of Peter Sampson, 711
Independence blvd., stolen.
Six striking waiters arrested in
front of Bismarck Gardens.
Chicago police asked to watch elec
tions at Burnham tomorrow.
Philip Pastola, 815 W. Ohio, fell
from street car; died of injuries.
Hotel Sherman thief got $48 from
room of Dan Hanna, Cleveland.
Walter Matusak, 3, 910 Bismarck
pi., fell into scalding water; died.
Wm. C. Thorne, 4815 Drexel blvd.,
ex-pres. Montgomery Ward & Co.,
Aaron W. Mitchell, 50, 2923 War
ren av., fell from street car. Leg
Burglars got $800 haul from home
of Mrs. B. V. Newcomb, 4464 Wood
Mrs. Antonio Gennaro, 902 Cam
bridge av., died, supposedly , from
Bandit got $20 from Wm. Dolson,
3717 Kimball av., conductor on Mil
waukee av. car.
Chief Schuettler will issue police
shake-up order tomorrow. New de
tective chief to be named.
Dave Montgomery, actor, reported
dying in Presbyterian hospital. Fred
Stone, stage partner, here.
Rev. Wm. Chalmers Covert urged
preachers to work farms and gardens
instead of golfing and fishing.
Gun fight followed dance at Sec
ond Regiment armory. Sol and Wm.
Wiseburg, 1507 Taylor, arrested.
Lemuel V. Eastman,- 1943 War
ner av., and Anton Hjelm, 3718 Clif
ton av., killed by street cars. Martin
Roman, 4438 Emerald av., and Sam
uel Groze, 546 Milwaukee av., badly
Chicago police watching for four
escaped .prisoners from Michigan
City Hospital for Criminal Insane.
Young woman asked Mrs. Anna
Scorn, 1129 N. Spaulding av., if she
could step inside and fix garter. $200
No more dances will be held in par
ish house of First Presbyterian
church, Lake View. Elders and trus
tees tabooed them.
Normand Forquer, 12, 2650 Lex
ington, and Ray Fotel, 12, 2646 Lex
ington, badly burned by explosion of,
some liquid in bottle.
- Chas. Barrett Holladay, 4653 Hazel
av., and Loretta Jaffke, trailed to
room by Mrs. Holladay, will be ar
raigned in court today.
. Five auto bandits got $5 from
Frank Norwodfa, 1261 Norwood av.,
and $6,0 overcoat from Robert Cos
tello, 5057 Kenmore av.
Vincent Borovicka, owner, and six
other men arrested in Excelsior Park
saloon, 3532 Irving Park blvd., Sun
day. Woman tipped police.
Philip Shokovitz, 925 S. Seeley av.,
and Clara Lleffler, Green Bay, Wis.,
quizzed in connection with theft of
$3,000 worth of auto tires from Cen
tral Tire Co.
Robert (X Wagner, 114 S. Lincoln,
Pinkerton watchman, . shot' and
wounded by safeblower in Cox Multi
Mailer Co., 817 Washington blvd.
Joseph Smith, ex-policeman, sent
to Joliet in 1913 for murder of sister-in-law,
freed by state pardon board.
Hamilton club urges greater party
loyalty by "Republicans.
Frank Daley, great regent Royal
Arcanum ih Chicago, indignant at
news that receiver was appointed for
supreme council in Boston. Says Chi
cago Arcanum is solvent.
fcidw. Jedlicka, 2630 Spaulding av.,
arrested on charge of sending photo
of Bessie Kovanda, 2513 S. Kedzie
av., to State's Att'y Hoyne as "blonde
woman" in Higgins murder .case.