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At request of Attorney Healy
of prosecution, Judge Lartfis will
reopen Kriby bank case today.
Healy claims he can prove alleg-
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Two passengers jumped off
'26th st. car to chase thieves that
had just stolen rings 'from show 3
-windows of Steffeck & Wilimos
ky. Two dogs chased the pur
suers. Thieves escapetL
Mrs. W. P, Paugh, wife of
wealthy Spokane business man,
disappeared from Palmer-House.
'Suffering from mental trouble.
Police looking for Jier.
E. G. Mast, secretary of Oak
Park Y. M. C. A., intended to ex
tricate himself frojn airtight box
while manacled in bottom of pool.
Box did not oppn. Was exhaust
ed when saved byThos. Kennedy.
Sailors have asked Sec'y Mc
Veagh'to secure services of reve
nue cutter Tuscarofa- to again
search for missing Rouse Sim
mons. Judge Marcus Kavanagh, ruled
that mutilated will, produced by
Chas. W. Minard, was not last
will made by his wife.
G. W. Fitzgerald, on trial for
$173,000 sub-treasury theft, will
be cross-examined by federal at
Coroner's jury placed blame for
death of Mrs. Emma Kraft upon
John Koetters, sought by police.
American Hotel Protective As
sociation meeting- today at the
Great Northern Hotel will plan
college for hotel barkeepers.
Mrs. Thos. Smith has asked
courts to annul marriage of her
son, Howard, 17, to MissEdythe
Huber. Husband is saidto have
eloped with Edythe, who thought
he was 21. She's 18.
Win. Relchert, motorcycle cop,
who. was held up and robbed of
everything but his star, also saw
another" citizen robbed and did
pot get his name and report it to
President McCormick of Coun
ty Board will assign physician to
each of county districts.
Mrs. Mary Thompson brought
tears to eyes of Judge W. F.
Cooper and jury when she told of
shooting of her sister, Mrs. Anna
Ravido. Death penalty beihg
asked for Joe Ravido.
Democratic state leaders plan
to get together and discuss dis
tribution of patronage.
Republican round-up will be
held next week. Roy O. West, na
tional committeeman will have
charge of program.
High school flirts denounced by
Judge McKinley as "a disgrace to
Appeal from the $500 contempt
fines handed down by Judge Mc
Kinley to Democratic leaders will
be argued before Supreme Court
t6day. Those fined for disregard
ing injunction and breaking into
Seventh Regiment Armory while
county convention was in prog
ress, are County Judge Owens,
Sheriff Zimmer, Chief McWeeny,
Asst. Chief Schuettler and An
Three injured when steel cop
ing from upper floor of Fisk
buildinghurled to street at Wash
ington and Wabash av.