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and probably fatally wounded by
detective while trying to break
into 1958 Fulton street.
Ollie Olson, 34 W. North ave.,
found slugged and robbed in
front of 1431 W. North ave.,
A peculiar hole in the rubber
heel of one of his shoes led to the
arrest of Ishmond Denny, a jani
tor, as a thief, and the recovery
of $450 loot.
The Wertz Family Association
of America has decided to send
two members to Hamburg to
start suit against Germany for
the Sl5,O0Q,00O estate of the late
Field Marshal Paul Wertz.
Jewell Bernaur, 2, 233 W. Lake
street, burned to death hy coals
from a heating stove.
Adolph Sterling, 4120 N. Cfcure
montj robbed of $12 by two Ban
dits at North Leavitt and Corne
Mary Scafura, infant daughter
of Charles Scafura, 765 Forquer
street."burned to death by coals
from heating stove.
Mrs. Anna Johnson, 635 Bunk
er street, beaten in her home byl
three men. Her screams fright
ened them away.
Samuel Oliss, proprietor of tai
lor shop at 11 W. 18th street, rob
bed of two suits and two over
coats by two negroes.
Mrs. Mary Uedfern attacked
and seriously wounded by Henry
Peno, a rejected suitor. James
Redfern, her husband, also se
verely cut by Peno, who used a
razor. Peno captured at N. Car
penter and W. Randolph streets
Attorneys for 'John H. Witter,
former probation officer of Ju
venile court, will ask for court re
view of evidence admitted against
him by county civil service com
mission. Charles Jorgenson, 7, 3925 W.
North ave., se'verelyrburned about
the feet by coals frpm a hot stove.
Free public evening schools un
der direction of the board of edu
cation "will open for second ten
week's term tonight. Schools will
be openfor two hours Monday,
Tuesday, Wednesday nad Thurs
day evenings of aech week.
Mrs. Josie Nedziwscak, 1413
Noble street, probably fatally
burned early today when her
dress caught fire while she was
putting coal into a stove.
"Police have been asked to
search for Miss Minnie Valen
tine, who'is missing from her
home, 5338 SoUthport ave. Left
early Sunday to visit a friend.
Failed to return home after leav
ing friend's residence.
The defense of Inspector
Wheeler, Capt. Harding and
Lieuts. Enright, Keheler and
Prim was begun before the civil
service commission today.
Detectives left today to bring
back George Rablnau and John
Stacey, arrested In Los Angeles
for complicity in the murder of
Mrs. Kaufman. Rabinau is said
to have confessed shooting Mrs.
, Senator Lorimer is testifying
in his own behalf today before
the senatorial investigating com