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trying to deceiye-a girl into mar
rying you with another man's li
"Beat. it,". said Sweitzer. "If
the right man doesn't show up for
that dollar, no one gets it."
And that's the position of af
fairs now, and a fine pickle Av-;
gust got nimseit ana jviiss Damp
and Schmidt and Miss Olsen into
with his" little game of pinochle.
The" police and postal authori
ties here were today notified that
the murder of seven-year-old Jos
eph Josephs, of Buffalo, N. Y.,
probably was in hiding in Chi
cago. The only clue to the murderer
is a postal card received in Buf
falo by the boy's father, telling
him where the body could be
found. The postal card was sent
from Chicago. The writing was
in a disguised hand. The card is
being forwarded here.
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 16. The
body of Joseph Josephs, 7 years
did, was dug out of a vault at
Lackawanna, a suburb, of this
The boy was the son of George
Josephs, a Lackawanna grocer.
He disappeared October 12. His
father offered a reward ofSljOOO
for his recovery, but no trace of
him could be found by police pr
Yesterday the father received
an unsigned postal card from Chi
cago telling him that the boy had
been mujdered aa&tfce body, hid
den in a 'vault. A search discov
ered, the body, just where the card
said it would be.
J GIRL ROBBED IN LOOP
Shortly before 12 o'cfock to
day, two m(en held up and robbed.
Miss Katherine Shehan of $566,
in the very heart of the loop dis
trict. Miss Shehan is cashier of the'
Federal Press Co., on Federal
court. The money was to be:
used to pay the employes of the
Miss Shehan drew the money
at the Central Trust & Savings
bank., She was just entering the "
Press company's office, when the
twor young bandits attacked her,
seized her handbag and fled.
The bag, with only $18 left in'
it, was found shortly afterwards,
but the robbers have not yet been "
DECLARES MARTIAL LAW '
Charleston, W. Vjl, Nov. 16.'
Gov. Glasscock again declared,
martial law in the Kanawha coal
Adjutant General C. D. Elliot .
left here today with soldiers on 3.
special train for Cabin Creek '
Martial law was made neces
sary by the wounding oftwo
strikers by railway special detec-'
trves Thursday night, t
WEATHER FORECAST '
Fair tonight and Sunday for
Chicago and vicinity; not much
change in temperature: moderate