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"T5oy, 4 months, who is in care of
August Ascher-and'wife, 2042 W.
Peter Matusello, 901 S. Des
plaines st.,. and Michael Peglero,
3537 Wentworth ave., fought
knife duel for IS minutes oyer
love affair, in salooh of of Frank
Raffollo, 901 S. Desplaines.r.Matu
sello may die. v
" L. D. Fowler, cashier for N. W.
Ry., at West Chicago, arrested.
Embezzlement. Alleged that he
has spent $1,400 of company's
"money for auto parties.
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FOUR MARSHALS SHOT
Coffeyville, Kan., Sept. 20.
Two U. S. marshals were killed
and two mortally wounded by
bootleggers near here.
The officers were patroling by
auto the roads over which illegal
liquor is carried.
The moonshiners fired on them
from ambush. All four of the of
ficers in the auto" dropped with
the first volley. The murderers
dumped the dead and dying out
of the auto and escaped in it.
They fled into the Osage moun
tains. The dead are I. L. Bowman, U.
S. marshal of Tulsa, Okla., and
Fred Mehring, U. S. marshal of
Dewey, Okla. The dying are W
R. Mayfield, city marshal of
Lenapah, and Rev. Lockett, dep
uty U. S. marshal of South Cof
CAR STRIKE RIOT ' "
Superior, Wis., Sept4- 20. A!
riot was caused last night by a
strikebreaking motorman who
tried to drive his car through a
parade of strike sympathizers'.
The crowd wrecked the car,
tearing it almost to pieces. The
police charged the crowd in an
auto time and again, without
The strikebreakers were taken
away" in a police auto, and the
crowd ran the car to the barns,
where several other cars were
torn to pieces.
Sheriff McKinnon has sworn in
200 additional deputies, and the
streets are being patrolled. The
city is quiet today. No cars are