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of D. B. Fisk & Co., -26 N. Wa
bash ave., arrested charged with
conspiracy and' larceny.
George Thatcher, farmer,
Green Bay, Wis., relieved of
$5,000 at Kenosha, Wis., in iake
pool room. He bet over fake
telephone on horse races.
Ottoman Zar Adusht Hanish,
leader of ".Sun Cult," sued for $7,
000 by Mrs. Ellen Nelson Marx.
Suit is to recover money she gave
him to invest for her.
Rose Miriso, who disappeared
from here two weeks ago, has
been found in Fond du Lac, Wis.
She was taken away by man who
promised to marry her.
Body of Mrs. Lizzie House, 20,
1825 Canalport ave., found in
Tiver. She disappeared Oct. 20.
Sidney Solomon, Sidney and
Henry Hess, brothers, owners of
Monogram Jaundry, 518 E. 47th
st, fined $2 each charged with
beating Chas. E. Spring, 6157
Evans ave., when he kicked on
laundry bill. '
Leo Miller, 6, 4212 Lake ave.,
killed by auto of Wm. Meinel, 116
Homarf ave., driven by Mrs. Mei
nel, at '42nd pi. and Lake ave.
Hans Foss, 13, 714 N. Hoyne
ave., killed by auto of Stanley J.
Loula, 2110 S. 40th av., near his
. John Honeyseth, 68,'218'Flori
mond st.,,and Wm. Derring, 63,
1330 Fox pi., struck by auto of
Horace L, Bund, 537 Wellington
ave. Both severely injured.
Wabash,, Ind. Raymond Kern,
13, killed by gravel wagon today.
PAY SHERMAN" TRIBUTE '
Washington, Oct. 31. Presi
dent Taft today issued a procla
mation calling on all public offi
cials to pay tribute to the mem
ory of Vice President Sherman on
the day of the funeral. .
Senator Bacon, president pro
tein of the senate, telegraphed
Sergeant-at-arms Ransdell giv
ing him authority to make all ar
rangements for the attendance of
the senate at the funeral.
Speaker Champ Clark has ap
pointed a special committee of
the house to attend the funeral.
The supreme court is expected
to adjourn for several days out of
respect to the vice president's
New York, Oct. 31. National
Republican headquarters today
said that Vice President Sher
man's successor would be a man
of "progressive tendencies."
Gov. Hadley, of Missouri; Sen
ator Borah, of Idaho, and Senator
Cummins, qf Iowa, were men-i
Omaha, Oct. 31. Victor Rose
water, former chairman of the
Republican national committee,
denied a report that he was a can
didate for the Republican vice
Hammond, Ind. Barnardo
Gigliotti, found dead in East Chi
cago, attired in women's cloth-r
ing, died of tight lacing ofhis cor
set, according to coroner.
Connersville, Ind. Mrs, J. C.
Gray, 77, mother of Congress
man F. H. Gray, is dead.