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W, Ry., took place of John Czer
nek, 745 Ayres cf., when he was
fired. Czernek shot and seriously
Helen Bourdon, 3, 1743 W.
Adams St., bitten by her St. Ber
nard dog. Critical condition. Dog
Mrs. H. T. Holtz, 1513 Asbury
av., Evanston, called up pdlice
station and told Desk Sergeant
Dickinsorf: '"Four pairs of trqus
ers valued at $50 have been Stolen
from line in my back yard." Dick
inson said'Were they men's
trousers?" Number, please?",
was the only answer lie got.
Mrs. Clara B. Evans, Edge
water1, killeti by auto in Seattle,
George Sta'dler, 539 Cass st,
robbed of his overcoat and $17 by
BEAT WOMAN DETECTIVE
' Mrs. Alice Clement, of the de
tective bureau, was badly beaten
yesterday by two men and a wo
pian near the Criminal Court
building. One of the men was a
Mrs. Clement says the white
man and the woman are investi
gators in the employ of the law
firm of Callahan & Callahan, and
that all three of her assailants are
friends of C. A. Mantell, a fortune
teller of 1245 S. Michigan avenue.
Mrs. Clement is detailed to run
down fraudulent fortune tellers.
Recently she charged Mantell
with defrauding Mrs. Loretta Customer That coat J bought
Conroy, 1925 Washington blvd., of you yesterday is full of moths.
out of $450. Dealer Well, what do you ex-
jMangell .was discharged on his Ipect for $5 butterflies'
ij. 3" j-S - i
cpunt. Mrs. Clement says Man
tell also masquerades as a lawyer
under the name of Carlos de
Ivondros, at 105 N. Clark street,
and- Under the name of J. E,
Salesburgh at 1710 Michigan.
Since Mrs. Clement became the
official enemy of fortune tellers
of tlie baser sort, she has sent
many of them to'jail and received
dozens of threats.against her life;
LITTLE FASHIONS i
All sorts of odd effects in ps
trich novejties are being made for
hat J trimmings, including wingsj
buckles, feather diistes, shaving
brushes, trees, fringes,, etc '
Two-toned effects in plum
are popular for the larger ha
A new belt is a combination of
black patent leather and whife
kid. The buckle and clasps are
of dull gold.
Full length knitted coats of
worsted with a. vari-colored bor
der and knitted cap to match are
popular cold weather outfits.
The richness of many of the
new afternoon and evening
dresses is often a clever touch of
embroidery which may be done at
There was probably never a
time when all sorts of fancy neck
wear had more to do With dress
than now. It may be made out
of lace, net, ribbon; velvet or very