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certainly-) is striking in, appearance.
In the Milwaukee jail she was. badly
, dressed. She might even be beautiful
if well dress'ed.-
Detroit, Michf, March 15. Mrs.
Katherine M. Pope, the second
woman named by Owen D. Conn, the
society burglar'under arrest in San
Francisco, was formally charged with
being a fugitive from justice today.
. Mrs. Pope is at liberty under her
personal bond. She will be arraigned
shortly. Her attorneys today rescind
ed a waiver of extradition she had
siened. and announced that they
Lwould fight the woman's removal
from the state.
Mrs. Pope is highly indignant at
Conn for saying she profited by his
robberies. She is a highly culture'd
woman, who comes from, an excel
lent Michigan family.
CHICAGO NEWS IN 'BRIEF
Reports from the balloting of 5,000
railroad switchmen, employed in
yards within a radius of 40 miles of
Chicago, indicate an overwhelming
sentiment in favor of strike, accord
ing to union officials.
Thomas Flannigan, 19, 5344 Aber
deen St., arrested and identified by
Bennett as one of his assailants.
Fire today destroyed 2 empty
freight cars oiuside track at W. 34th
andilron sts. Chicago Junction By.
property. $1,500 loss.
Police searching for conouctor on
Harrison st. car who is said to have
pushed Frita Flantja, 2229 Julian st,
" off the 'rear platform. Flantja was
.Mrs. Louis Lindloff, convicted on
charge of poisoning her husband to
obtain his life insurance, and sen
tenced to 25 years in prison, was to
day "granted a stay of execution. Pe
tition, on a writ of error will be con
sidered at next term of court
.John M. Glenn, secretary of Illinois
Mnfg. Assn., and publisher of the
Manufacturers' News, was granted a
continuence, until March 21 on charge
of criminal libel preferred by Andy
Lawrence of the Hearst papers.
Vincent Anthony Troinski, 49,
baker, 553 W. Polk st'., found
strangled to death in front of his
home early today. Necktie bound,
around his.neckv Believed murdered.
Five persons injured, two may die,.
Jn fire which destroyed garage in
rear of 46-48 E. Oak st, early today.
$25,00 loss.- Gasoline explosion.
Owners of the photograph .estab
lishment of Jackson & Semmelweyer,
44 S. Wabash av., deqided yesterday
that it was too cold f 01s-Venus to
look out without clothes on. Dressed
her up in latest fashions and stuck
her in window. Were kidding po
lice for arresting them for display
ing picture of "September Morningl"
Auto thieves broke into garage of
E. M. Carey, 2735 Michigan av.
Stole small parts, then smashed two
autos, valued at $3,000 each. Third
time within year. '
Several hundred counterfeit dolr
lars found in sewer in front of 1236"
David Anderson, 4, 945 N. .Park
av., and Mildred Guterson, 3, 943 N.
Park av., went to Oak Park police
isjtation and told desk sergeant they
wanted to get married. David said
he was afraid the girl was going to
move away froinhim and, he wanted
to be. with her. Just then her dad
arrived. All off.
Michael Kopielecki, 553 Cornelia
st, fined $5 and. costs for hitting
Peter Opiela, 1317 Crittenden st, a
man about twice his size.
Enough shamrocks for 10,000 have
Miss" Gail Myers, nurse in' Health
Dept., discharged by Civil Service
Commissions following trial. Charged
with insubordination toward her su
perior officers, -