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bricklayers! organization, here, fined
$25 and costs for voting' illegally.
Pleaded guilty. Sent to Bridewell:
'. M. Sabo, 3044 W. 38th st., dead.
Was beaten by two men Tuesday
night. S. Mohamed, 40, and IT.
Hassan, 33, same ' address being
Unknown, welUdressed man'
dropped dead in. house of ill-fame at
2427 S. Wabash'av. Believed heart
disease. Ruth" McKenna, 22, inmate
of the place, which is owned by Alma
Milleris being held.
Chas. Hamilton, 48, 2701Thomas
St., engineer, fined $100 and costs for
saying "Come here,. kid," to Miss A.
Strauss, 18, stenographer, 2959 Au
gusta st. She, fled and fell, spraining
"Bat" Matterson, famous frontiers-
man and Indian, fighter, declares
autos have, become more deadly
weapon than a; six shooter.
Young Men's Federated Jewish
Charities has inaugurated a nation
wide crusade against the slurring
caricature of Jews by actors. v
Jacob Schiller! stenographer em
ployed by city, was dismissed because
he spent four hours lunching with a
Tony Vicchioli, 19, newsboy,
dreamed that "Black Hand'' was
standing over him. Shot. Struck
himself. Hospital. May die.
Christ Wirth, teamster, 2134 W.
Huron St., bitten by dog. Hospital.
FATHER LEADING WIDE HUNT
FOR LOSY DAUGHTER
Newcastle, Ind., April 4. Dr. W.
A. Winters, whose 9-year-old daugh
ter Catherine is -lost, is leading a hunt
that has covered the surrounding
counties and adjacent points in Ohio.
vl Catherine disappeared Thursday,
March 20 while selling needles for
a missionary fund, and the belief that
she may have been kidnaped by gyp
feies has led to a heart-breaking pur-
suit by auto .of, gypsy, bands, and a
thorough search of vacant houses, N
barns, 'wells; lots and riyfcr bands.
"I jant her back," said Dr. Win
ters, "anTI shall never'iest until I
find here.' I "Would rather see her ,
dead than imagine her suffering some
place. We must be doing something
all the time, searching for her every ,
minute. I haven't much money, but VJ
if she is being held for a ransom I
will give them all I have.
When Catherine left home she
wore a red sweater coat, a white
straw turban and a plain black and
white checked gingham dress. Her
eyes are a bright brown. Her hair is
light brown and bobbed short.
From different parts of Indiana and
Ohio clues are coming daily from
people who jfeee ' suspicious gypsy . i
bands, or think they have recognized
the missing girl In some poorly dress
ed child. Dr. Winters has engaged
private detectives to follow up every
BITS OF NEWS
East Liverpool, Oi 150 union re- '
tail .clerks in local stores went on
strike because merchants refused to
sign two-year agreement. Merchants .
waited on trade.. v
Auburn, N. Y. Six persons shot,
two fatally injured, in riot between
squad of policevand 300 striker of
Columbian Rope company. Rosie
Kim, agitator, started riot by shriek-
ing derision at officers.
Bachelor, la. George Brown, 45;
killed his daughter and hung himself;
She wanted to marry man he did not
like. Her fiance shot himself when g
told of the killing. Will recover. I
Springfield, 111. Both houses" of
general assembly adjourned today
until Tuesday. Nonbusiness was aX
Bad Axe, Mich. Michael Wehner, '
wealthy farmer, poured coal; oil on
his clothing.and setltaffre. Oil burn- r
ed out. Still alive. Said: "I am too
green to burn.". May recover.