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get out of county jail so he can
induce more girls to join the Ab
solute Life Cult.
Since See has been in jaiL the
cult has been growing under the
expert guidance of Mildred
Bridges and Mona Rees.
Edw. Scott, 2935 Elias court,
rescued John Green, 2727 Bon
field st, from drowning in the
river near the Throop st. bridge.
Patrick Cruthers, 7535 Wash
ington ave., sta"bbed in Bence
Kancelbaum's saloon, 26 N. Fifth
ave. Kancelbaum's son, Jacob,
and 17 others held pending inves
tigation. Albert M. Bilfings, son of the
New York gas magnate, exoner
ated from blame for death df Wm.
McDonald, 1165 Lyle st., whom
he ran down in auto, by coroner's
Toseph Boloniak, 1848 Cleaver
St., injured when street car crashti
ed into wagon -at Elston anp
Webster aves.' Kidnapediy com
Otto Schultz, rqotorman, 1639
Crossing st., died of stroke of apo
plexy while swimming at Diver
sey beach in Lincoln park.
Ida Dukes, 19, New York, came
to Chicago yesterday expecting
to land in bridal chamber, and
landed in Harrison st. police sta
Miss Dukes "met" Wm. Fail
ing, 11239 S. State st, through
matrimonial agency. They cor
responded, and finally Failing
wrote her that if she came to Chi
cago he would marry her.
Miss Dukes was quite indig-
marry him," she said. "I couldn't
get a husband any otner way, so l
tried advertising. Why should I
Failing says he still wants to
marry Ida. The police are digging
into his record.
Miss Olive Austin of Albion,
Mich., drdwned in Fox Lake.
Couldn't swim. Got beyond
Body of P. R. Holland found in
river near 92nd St.. bridge. Gash
in head. Came here recently from
Bluefields, W. Va.
"Girls who wear hobble skirts
to catch a man may catch a sucker
that way, but they won't cafch (
any white fish." Rev. E. E. Mc
Kay, Trinity Methodist Episco
Mrs. Pauline Manaski and her
brothers, Joseph and Leo Bazen
ski, all held in connection with'
death 6i Jacob Miller, who fell or
was pushed from window of Mrs,
Manaski's house, 922 Noble st,
Chief McWeeny has given po
lice orders toiguit reporting so
many deaths a's'being due to the
Harry Wolchanovesky, 222 W.
47th st, on trial for wife abandon
ment, says his wife married him
against his will and without his
Edwin W. Sims, former U. S.
district attorney, has quit the pro
gressive party, of which he was
slated to be national secretary.
Sims quit because Uoosevelt in
sisted on a state third party tick
et Sims is a Deneen organization
nant when arrested, JT y&nt tojjnaa,