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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Mrs. C. J. Haydeir, 5345 W.
Madison st, is short a $1,000 dia
mond ring: Don't know whether
she lost it or itf was stolen.
Detectives dressed as women
will be sent out from Irving Park
station in an effort to catch man
who has been attacking women
in that district.
Evelyn-Arthur See, founder of
the "Absolute Life" cult, won his
fight for bail pending appeal be
fore state supreme court at
Springfield. Bond fixed at $5,000.
Dr. Mary Walker shorn of
hair, trousered of limb stood up
before an audience of 200 women
and hurled charges of graft and
corruption against prominent
leaders of the campaign for
" CoachA.A.StaggofU. C.will
return this week ta take charge
of the Maroon track team.
"Since women have about
three-fourths of all the fieauty
there is in th world, they may
be pardoned -for admiring it in
the glass." Rev. John Thomp
son, Chicago district supt. of
Methodist church in an address.
Epidemic of influenza and diph
theritic sore throat is threatening
this city as a result of unusually
Bella Vito, 36, porter, found
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ucctu hi gas micu iuuiii in rear oiii
Ralph Osterholt, 17, 1613 W,
Ohio st, arrested in flat of
Adolph Gloor, 45 N. Oakley av.
Confessed to several thefts
One-story row of buildings, at
tacked by Are from explosion in
upholstery works of A. Newman,
2094 Milwaukee av. No one hurt.
Twenty shots fired at W. 22nd
st. and "S. Spaulding av. today by
police and auto bandits whom
they were chasing. No one hurt..
Dennis Reordon, painter, 3400
Charlton St., fell from scaffold at
13th story of Security Brands
Clothing Bldg., W. Congress and
S. Franklin sts. Killed. Cable
broke. August Folk, 3845 N.
Oakley st., managed to hold on to
rope until fellow workmen res
Man known only as "Mike,"
about 25, roomer at home of Miss
Catherine Zerideszhka, 1214 S
Union st., struck on head with
axe. Refused to buy beer for sev
eral other men with whom he had
been drinking. Fatally hurt.
Thieves blew safe in Warring
ton Theater, S. blvd. and Wiscon
sin av., Oak Park. Escaped -with
Unidentified man struck by
Ashland av. car at -Blackhawk st
Seriously injured. St. Elizabeth's
.Frank Drake, clerk, 4241 Wc
Park av., fell from ladder-in front
of 1531 Madison s'ti Seriously
Forty menvarrested in different
parts of the city as suspects of be
ing auto bandits.
S. Ressau, owner of Turkish
restaurant, 446 N. Halsted st,