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opera star, nled suit for divorce
yesterday 'against her husband,
William D. Mann. Said his main
business was being her husband.
She made him an allowance.
George Rose, 24, who has serv
ed five sentences in the peniten
tiary, threatened to kill himself
if sent there again. Charge was
changed and he was given year in
house of correction. Was being
tried for robbing drug store at
55th and Michigan.
Vincent Koss, 4359 S. Honore,
shot in the neck by his wife after
Leonard B. Downer, a printer,
345 S. Marshfield, shot in head
by his wife, Nellie E. Downer.
She gave herself up. Says he
came home drunk, attacked her,
and she shot in self defense.
Bodies of Pasquale Marelli and
Salvatore Marello, brothers, their
faces-hacked with hatchet, found
in room at 622 W. 25th street.
Thought revenge was motive, as
their money was not disturbed.
Bodies were horribly mutilated.
Eight Italians arrested on sus
picion. Loins 'Richards, Streator, 111.,
struck iand seriously injured by
street car last night at 16th street
and Wabash. Man removed to
hospital in ambulance. Car crew
had carried him to sidewalk and
departed before police arrived, it
Mayor Harrison has come out
as, an advecate for the retention
of the old street names.
Lawrence Miller, 14, son of a
merchant of McHenry, 111., died
at West Side hospital yesterday
lrom hemoniiage caused uy fev
ering an artery fn his left leg
Wednesday with a skate. ,
Fire yesterday swept three
story building at 3239 W. 12th
street. Five children were res
cued. Damage, $10,000.
Mrs. Charles Ray, 540 Center
street, shot herself in heart last
night, and died before help could
John D. Spilled, 1806 Wells
street, is under arrest, charged
with having embezzled $600 from
his former employers.
Sophia Starkes, 15, 1141 E.
80th place, and Gertrude White
ly, 17, 7449 Monroe ave., disap
peared from homes Tuesday.
Parents said 'they had talked of
becoming actresses. Police asked
to search for them.
Joseph Masek, who tried to
hang himself in a cell at the Can
alport ave. station, fined $50 on
charge of assaulting his wife with
a beer bottle. No money. Bride
well. Yee Tom, laundryman, 2757
W, Lake street, fined SI 00 by
Judge Beitler on complaint of
Mrs. Alma Miller, 2736 Fullerton
Edith Hauneman, 17, 2052
Hamilton court, testifying in trial
of William Winters, and James
Forester, charged with abducting
her, said that Frances Garrity, 22,
had induced her to take up an im
proper life. Latter young wom
an arrested, and made codefend
ant. Two unidentified negro team
sters fired several shots at each
other last night at Harmon place