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trafficking in women between
Chicago and N. Y. will be asked
by U. S. district attorneys.
J. Pankau, 2731 Lawndale av.,
victim of thievesr -Took $2.75
and returned his watch.
Unknown man asked Miss
Mary Lucan, 1051 W. Jackson
blvd., to go to supper with her.
Thinking it was a romance she
Went. He escorted her home and
snatched her purse as he was
Jeavink. It contained $10.
Mrs. J., Barton, 2143 Park av.,
says she was swindled out of $400
by "Dr. Wm. H. Stpne," 728 S.
Michigan av..,. fortune teller. Po
lice searching for Stone.
Np one hurt when R. H. Ru
shaw, performer at firemen's an
nual benefit, let a lighted Indian
club slip out of his hands and hit
Mr lima Waadon, 2815 Shef
field ay., on the hat.
Two men posing as detectives
gained entrance to home' of Mrs.
Ajmeda Foy, 2908 Michigan av.
Escaped with small loot.
John Dunn, Acme Hotel, S.
State and Polk sts., saved from
drowning when he fell into river
at La Salle st. by F. J. Going,
Everett Jennings has been ap
pointed assistantv&ate's att'y by
Captain A. de Khotinsky, 6026
Dre'xel av., formerly an officer in
Russian navy, severely burned in
Judge Ben M. Smith, presiding
judge of Appellate Court, has an
SLEUTHS START PROBE OF
Detectives from the state's at
torney's office have started an in
vestigation of the death of Frank
M. Raude, of Lyons, following
the verdict of a coroner's jury
yesterday that he died as a re
sult of poison, and recommending
that the guilty persons be sought.
No one was named in the verdict.
Thirty grains of Paris green
and niheteeir grains of arsenic
were found in the body, accord
ing -to the testimony of a .cor
Mrs. Mary Raude, the widow,
collapsed twice during the' hear
ing. Mrs. Lillian Schumski, a friend
of the family, testified Mrs. Raude
told her several days before the
death of Raude, that she expect
ed her husband and Mrs. Tony
Pavlek, wife of a saloonkeeper,
would die in a short time.
"She said she expected to mar
ry Pavlek when his, wife and her
husband 'died," testified the wit
ness". Mrs. Raude collapsed when
questioned about this statement.
She recovered and made a general
denial of it, but admitted that
.some of her domestic troubles
had been due to her friendship
with Pavlek. She declared there
had been nothing wrong in their
The Raudes had been married
19 years, and the widow insisted
their life was happy.
Mrs. Raude is 38 years old. Her
husband was 55. He left an es
nounced that he will retire at end
of his tem.
tate of small value.