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negro, who then stole" her pocket
book. Miss Mary Daley, 1149 N.
Franklin, attacked and choked by
man who dragged her into alley
near N. Kedzie ave. and C. & N.
W. R. R. tracks. Unconscious
half an hour.
John Sugeda beaten and robbed
and left lying on sidewalk at N.
Carpenter and AW Chicago. Jos
eph Golump and William Mon
ders, 1047 W. Chicago ave., ar
rested in connection with the
Sleet and rain this morning
hampered street traffic. "L" roads
suffered severely, and trains were
barely able to move. South Side
"L" practically out of commis
sion early today.
Three bandits raided restau
rant of C F. Johnson, 19 E. 18th
street, held up proprietor and two
customers and escaoed with S35.
Beginning next week, a course
in laundering must be mastered
by every erirl who graduates from
the Lucy Flower High School..
Courses in scrubbing and cooking
vare also added to the curriculum.
The stone trust has gone
"busted." Poor business and
price cutting by independents is
giyen as the cause for the volun
tary disintegration of the Pro
ducers' Stone Co., as the trust
Police have been asked to
search for Gertrude Hausherr, 17,
842 N. California ave., who disap
peared from home following
quarrel with her mother.
Lawrence Wallace, 756 W.
Congress, died at county hospital
from bullet wpund said to haye
been inflicted by Louis Rivers at
322 S. Green street. Wallace is
alleged to have insulted Mrs. Em
ma Christen, becoming involved
in quarrel with woman's husband
Mrs." Marie L. 'Wadhams, who
recently horsewhipped the Coun
tess Marguerite yon Scheben, has
sued her husband, Dr. F. E. Wad
hams, for separate maintenance,
and named the countess.
"Gus" Anderson, 4408 Berke
ley ave., fobbed of 7 carat dia-,
mond while boarding street car
at Wabash and Washington.
Four men jostled him, and one
is supposed to have "lifted the
ice." Anderson was jobbed of
the diamond once before, but it
Dr. Charles W. KlinetopT4313
Vincennes ave., arrested on
charge of murder, following
death of Mts. Lillian Miller at
Columbus hospital as result of
operation. The doctor denied
having performed the operation,
and was released on $5,000 bond.
Loveless Boone, retired mer
chant of Cedar Rapids, la., has
filed suit for $25,000 damages
against Cornelius F. Dillon,, 3159
W. Van Buren street, alleging
Dillon alienated the affections of
Four women and a man hurt
early today when northbound
Clybourn ave. car jumped track
at Cooper street. All the injured
were taken to their homes by the
John Kusik, saloonkeeper, 729
Keith street, ordered to close his
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