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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, November 02, 1911, Image 6

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vVKERE TUEKEVb Piii&GNERS ARE CONF.INED
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This is the fortress of St. Angelo, Taranto, South Italy, where
the Turks, taken prisoners in the Turko-Italian war, are kept. Al
ready several batches have been taken fhere to wait till the war is
oveior' until the Turks capture enough- Italians to make it worth
while to talk about exchanges.
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WIDOW AND MAN
HELD
In
Widow and Man Held Are
Murder Mystery.
; , John Qufnn, proprietor of a
'. rooming house at 11050 Michigan
. avenue, Roseland, was shot and
instantly killed, in his bed early
today.
, . The shooting, which was at
. first thought -to have been com
. niitted by a burglar, has develop
ed into a most mysterious crime.
Mrs. Jane Quinn, the wife of
the dead man, told the police an
unidentified man had slain her
blwsbjnk.af.teiifiaking'. 100, .from
beneath his pillow. She was
asleep when the shot was fired.
The noise awakened her. She
was unable to account for the
fact that Ouinn's watch, under
the same pillow, had not been
taken.
After further investigation by
detectives, Mrs. Quinn was taken
to the station, and J. W. Miller, a
boarder at the Quinn hoem, was
also arrested. The arrest of four
other men who have recently
boarded at the Quin nhome was
ordered by Lieut. Mooney of the
Kensington station.
. Mrs.Quinn becameihysterical

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