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;WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
-Search for Katherine Winters, 9,
kidnaped from her home at New
castle, Ind., March 20, has reached
into-Wisconsin. T. A. Smith, local
traveling salesman, 5538 Ingleside
av., says he saw a girl answering to
her description riding on a gypsy
wagon at Gratiot, Wis., last Saturday.
Fred Wulf; carpenter, 2246 Mon
tana av.-, couldn't find work. Suicide.
Dominick Sortel, 8, 1822 S. Hal
sted st, killed by I. C. train.
Robbers got $7,000 in jewelry from
home of H. H. Flint, 4035 Sheridan
Chas. Finnegan, 6106 Stewart av.,
prisoner, died of pneumonia in
Team of horses driven by Janter
Cripison, 1719 W. 14th st., fell in pit
at Washington st and Wabash av.
Choked to death before firemen could
rescue them. Traffic tied up half
It $?;000 loss fire in grocery of J,
Moore, 3002 Indiana av.
Frank Collins, 1254 W. Monroe st.,
engineer, slipped. Fractured skull.
"Women an cK savages are seldom
bald. Why should jCivilized men be
so?" American Medical Journal.
J. C. Pudles, driver, 2855 W. Mon
roe st, and J. A. Thome, motorman,
severely hurt when Harrison-Center
av. car and auto crashed.
Ida Goldberg, 4, 1500 Hastings st.,
seriously injured by auto truck of
Cudahy Packing Co. Hospital.
Ev.elyn Arthur See, leader of "Ab
solute life" cult, convicted of ab
. ducting Mildred Bridges, one of his
girl disciples,! will be transferred; to
Joliet prison late today or tomorrow.
Mona Rees, the "littlest disciple,"
now running the "temple."
Gilson Guy, 35, 4636 Calumet av.,
killed when his motorcycle hit Illi
nois Express Co. -wogan. '
- Albert Kroll, 18, 2422' Perry st'.,, se
riously injured when his motorcycle
, jut pole. Hospital,
Robbers raided offices', of North-,,
western Mutual Life Insurance Co.,
rninth floor of Rookery building. Tun
neled into vault Escaped, but with
out any loot
John Dillon, 81, famous comedian,
5000 Washington av, dead. Pneu
monia. Cliff Gordon, actor, played his Jast
in yesterday's matinee at the Majes
tic theater. Went to hotel with
headache. Found dead. Died fromr
effects of aspirin tablets taken for
his headache. Real name was Mgr?
ris Saltpeter, N. Y.
Q. H. Ardenz, 40, 2828 Indiana av.j
and E. E. Schram, 45, 4856 Grand
blvd., injured when I. C. train hit and
wrecked auto. Hospital.
E. A. Moran, attorney, offices in
Hartford building, arrested on com
plaint of J. J. Burke, room clerk,
Congress Hotel: Charged with oper-
ating con game. Clerk says Moran's
checks were returned.
Theodore Lee, 3, 7936 Chauncey
'av., fell off porch. Dead. j
John Brown, keeper, and five mert
arrested in gambling raid at 4137 S.
Halsted st. Two phones, betting
sheets and racing forms taken.
Deputy sheriffs again raided prize
fight at White Eagle Grove, Lyons.
.No arrests. Chas. Nearing and Phil
Harrison were fighting.
Three boys 'pried screen,, leaped to
ground, from second floor and es
caped from Juvenile Detention Home,
771 Ewing st. Miss D. Culver, Supt,
refuses to give out their names.
Wm. Stockard, negro, supposed,,
partner of Eff Woodson, charged with
keeping a disreputable house.
Miss Ruth .Williams, 5214 Union
av., says that Harvey Williams, 14
S. Halsted st., drugged and enticed'
her into the Oneida Hotel, 823 West
Madison st. Williams refused to
talk when arrested.
Hughes Burns, elevator operator,
4453 W. Park av., probably fatally
injured by seven-story-fall down ele-.