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Viscount S. Chinda, Japanese
ambassador to U. S., and his wife,
spent the day in Chicago.
Charles R. Crane, man Taft al
most made minister to China, has
decided to support Woodrow
Wilson for presidency.
Detective George Carroll shot
in throat in revolver duel with
robbers at W. Van Buren and S.
John Barrett, 1319 N. Rock
well st., told Judge Beitler he
struck Edgar Peterson, 4802 S.
Seeley ave., because Peterson
called his wife "Oh, you baby."
"Can't hit a man for that," said
Beitler. "$5 and costs for both
of you." No man would let any
one address his wife in that man
ner. Nation-wide search started for
Irene Davis, 13, 2541 S. Wabash
ave., who disappeared July 5.
t Geo. Vilford, who was-actor in
same company with the Davis
girl, arrested today by federal au
thorities. No charge yet placed
The Davis girl is the accuser of
Benjamin Monteleone, son of
wealthy New Orleans hotel man,
whom the government is prose
cuting under the Mann act.
Mrs. Isabella Wears, 77, 15
Eldridge pi., burned to death
when match she was using to
light fire set her clothes in flames.
John C. Henning, wanted for
perjury in his suit against Clar
ence S. Funk, still missing.
The promised sensations in the
unk-Henning case have not
turned up yet, despite the best ef-
forts of the trust newspapers.
So some of the trust newspa
pers have taken to losing wit
nesses in the case in one edition
and finding them in the next.
Elsie O'Malley, 7, 1545 N.
Franklin St., badly injured when
run over by street car at W. Di
vision and N Franklin sts.
' Attorney Erbstein, in opening
statement at trial of Mrs. Rene B.
Morrow for murder of husband,
said he would prove police tried
to intimidate Mrs. Morro wby us
ing emblems of secret societies to
which she belongs.
The state now is ready to ad
mit it does not expect a convic
tion of Mrs. Morrow.
Mrs. Morrow herself says she
hasn't the slightest doubt that she
will be free and cleared of the
charge against her in a few days.
Investigation into fire in home
of Antonio Tataralis, 118 E. 118th.
st., being made by Fire Attorney,
Tataralis recently put his wife
and two boarders out of his home.
Chicago pie Co. got its taxes
reduced $2,300 by saying people
have quit eating pies at dessert
The telephone company's latest
stall to prevent the abolition of
the nickel-first telephones, is that
if the push button system were
put in babies would be playing
with the buttons all the time.
Doubtless, the babies would
carry step ladders around in their
pockets so as to be able to reach
The Joseph Browne Jewelry;