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t olice men attempted to rob him
and when he resisted they shot
Margarete Moss, 20,-3646 Ellis
ave., who disappeared Friday, is
still missing. Police -making nation-wide
search for her.
Mary Joidige, 16, 1117 Larra
bee sL, and Frank, Canello, 19,
1230 Larrabee st., whose elope
ment caused police 24 hours' work
and the arrest of Andrew Andra
bati, 632 W. Division st., charged
with kidnaping, have received
consent of their parents to get
Michael Kimmall, private
watchman, and Wm. Bolkart,
5828 Prairie ave., arrested in
connection with several holdups.
Albin Ryba Kovicz, saloon
keeper, 3357 Fisk st, fined $50
and costs for selling liquor to boy
Mrs. G. Smith, 5136 W. North
ave., has asked police to search
for French poodle, stolen from
her home. Her little sick daugh
ter keeps calling lor the dbg and
she believes it alone can save the
George Rosen, 341 N. Clark st.r
Jacob Heinzen, 6339 N. Clark st. ;
Nick Lay, 1535 W. Fullerton
ave.; Andrew Walkowiak, 1480
W. Erie st., all saloonkeepers,
fined for violating 1 o'clock clos
HOW TEDDY BEARS IT
Oyster Bay, N. Y., Oct. 23.
Col. Roosevelt had his first long
sleep last night, since he was shot
"Nd visitors until 'Thursday,
was the physicians' orders. Sen.
Dixon, W. H. Hotchkiss and, G.
W. Perkins will probably be the
first visitors admitted tomorrow.
Guards have been withdrawn
and bars across road to the house
have been removed.
Mrs. Roosevelt is still her hus
band's chief nurse.
Announced today that hereaf
ter all information regarding
Roosevelt will be given out at
Progressive headquarters in New
York instead of at Sagamore
Indianapolis, Ind., Oct. 23.
Rulings of Judge Anderson have
thrown dynamite conspiracy wide
open. Prosecution can now get
in almost any evidence it wants.
Anderson has how decided that
all testimony in regard tojexplo
sions of dynamite is proper. The
defense claimed that this was not
proper since the defendants were
only charged with conspiracy to
carry dynamite illegally and not
with causing explosions.
Feature of today's session was
gruelling cross-examination of
Miss Dey, former secretary of
John J. McNamara. Miss Dey's ff
testimony was in regard to secret ""
fund of ironworkers which was
dispensed by McNamara. r
Hardin's cross - examination
showed that defense plan is to
throw whole burden of guilt on
McNamaras and McManigal and
absolve all other members of4