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Jos. Ykouba, 15, 2049 W. 47th
St., fell into clay hole near home.
Rescued by Jos. Thompson, gar
bage wagon driver.
Nine Italians arrested in con
nection with murder of Peter
UWest Side Conservatory of
j Music damaged by fire last night.
Lung Ock, 13, Chinese mer
, chant, 533 S. Clark, who was ar
rested April 21, following mur
der of Jung Sing, exonerated by
Curtnert von Wertjevon, 29,
who says father was a German
count, arrested on charge of dis
orderly conduct preferred 'by
Body of Roman M. Allen, son
of editor of Union-Labor Advo
cate, who disappeared two weeks
ago, found in Chicago river.
Mrs. Anna Gettleson, 45, burn
ed to death at home of sister, Mrs.
Laura Seifried, 217 So. 3rd st.,
Mrs. Mary Smith, N. Y., yes
terday began legal fight for pos
session of $70,000 left by sister,
Mrs. Augusta FitzSimons, who
was widow of Gen, Chas. -FitzSimons.
" Attorney Thos. E. D.
Bradley, executor-of estate, re
sists claim. f
tGeo. W. Post, notorious confi
dence man, arrested Sept. 11 in
Chicago, and taken to New York,
was,sentenced yesterday to, three
and one-half years. -
LNew York mail istryingto
play fa piano f&r 50 hours tcset
an endurance reqord. Too bad
pianos are made -so- substantial. -
HERE'S A DAZZLER IN THE
Yes, this is Ina Claire, whose
name you 7never" heard until a
year ago. ' Nowvshe's a theatrical
notable, one of the few. bright
spots, ip'the Thespian constella
tion. She waslamoving picture
show, finger until someone dis
covered; her ia'rew briefmonths
ago. "Her sjvfeetness and dainti
ness in the -ttle-j-ole in the
"Cjuaker Girl" Have ,-made her
naine the,.toast:of -NewYqrk
And.shVs only4& ,
t-,. - -Hero.
t "Htejsthe'bravest'airmaniin the
world." -4 -:a -.
. "Why, he absolutely refusesto
go alflft-'iji-:the''Wiwi-,;jio matter
) vyhatjhe croitoi'yells,!'