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he knows them and will, settle with,
Chasi Budd, Hinsdale, III., robbed
of .$5, watch and pin worth $11 by
three armed men. Attacked from be
hind and choked. -
Eleven women and ten men arrest
ed in raids upon three alleged disor
derly houses, 2017 W. Madison St.,
1917 W. Madison st. and 10 S. Laf
O. M. Bue, "elevator operator at
Congress Hotel, suicide in his room,
935 Wells st. Gun. Cause unknown.
Jacob Becker, laborer, 2634
Thomas St., suicide at Triangle Hotel,
616 Milwaukee av. Gas. Cause un
known. Jack Johnson, negro husband of
white wife, will he arraigned on
charge of smuggling, White slaver
trial set for May 5.
Agents of "Black Hand" believed
responsible for bomb explosion which
partly wrecked front of building, 633
W, 25th st. Several narrowly escaped
injury. One man slightly cu&'
Mrs. Matilda Basi, 1448 Hudson
av,i wants polipe to find two daugh
ters, Lakatia, 13, and Clara, 4, taken
away by a strange woman.
Lee Bybull, electrician 2449 Ber
teau -av., arrested when he attempted
to ride; motorcycle of Moljor Cop
Downer, 2439 Berteau av. Charged
with disorderly conduct:
Simon Strance, t639 W. 12th st.,
watchman, stabbed by Wm. Celieski,
1842 W. 17th st., during an argument.
- Walter Szatrouski, 3157 S. Center
av.,' found dead in chair. Believed
E. W. Gibson, 3215 E. 91st skill
ed at Illinois Steel Co.'s yards when
casting fell on him.
Isadore Ob rest, 602 S. Clinton st.,
engineer, found unconscious at S.
Halsted and Maxwell' sts. Believed
robbed and thrown off a car. Frac
tur.ed.skull. - Blale Reesor, 1413 E. 55th st., seri
ously Hurt when he lost control of
Jus. motorcycle. Hit tree.
WAS AN HONEST TO GOODNESS
TRAIN. ROBBER AT THAT"'.
New York, April 21. One ltftie
man created more stir in insurance
circles today .than did the .legislative
investigation several years ago, as a
result of which James .Hazen Hyde
became a resident of France.
The little man, wearing an ap.olo
getic look and the necessary clothes,
edged into the office of an insurance
physician, and asked to be examined,
with a view to taking out. a policy on
When the doctor began th exam
ination the little man was still wear
ing the apologetic look, but not so
many clothes. When he peeled his
shirt six scars showed on the .tipper,
part of the little man's "body.
Obviously, they were made by. gun
shot wounds. The doctor was in
quisitive. "Where did you get those?",
"Robbing people," answered the
little man, bashfully. (
"What's your line,?" came back the
"Trains," replied the little man.
"What road, are. you president of?".
probe(Tthe doc, examining a particu
larly prominent scar. ..I
".I am not president of "any road;"
returned the 1. m., mournfully.
.used to be a train robber." -'
This startling information almost'
floored the physician. Further ques
tioning developed the fact that the;
quiet little visitor was Al Jennings,
of Oklahoma, who .gained fame of, a(
sort holding up trains several years
,fWhat are you doing now?" asked
"Lawyer," answered the little man
shortly. "' . .
"Hard to get over the old habit,";
came from, the doctor as he passed
Jennings as tieihg in perfect physical
condition. f " j
Jennings has been practicing law?
in Oklahoma for several years, and
has won several. important cases.- "