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Inches; -weight, 122 pounds; eyes,
light blue; hair, dark brown; clothes,
white waist, dark blue skirt, black
stockings, tan button shoes, every
thing clean and neat; underwear, of
good quality; vaccination scar on left
arm; jewelry, two rings, one a thin
wedding, the other a gold ring set
with a ruby, a plated gold chain, with
a solid, engraved gold attachment in
the form of a locket, around the
neck; a blue enamelled pin in form of
a bird at waist and a bar pin set with
imitation pearls at throat.
The police claimed this afternoon
that the murdered woman was a
woman barber and that they would
have the slayer, an Italian barber,
under arrest before nightfall. A num
ber of women barbers were held at
the Desplaines street station for pur
poses 01 laenuncauon.
Fifteen hundred cabinet workers
in Chicago factories went on strike
today when they were denied an in
crease in wages and Saturday half
holiday six months in the year. Men
received 36 cents an hour; demanded
40 cents; were offered 38.
Center of 42-apartment building
being constructed at 4613-53 N.
Robey st. collapsed. No injuries.
Building has been under construction
for a year.
Burglar looted five offices in Covan
bldg., Wilson and Evanston avs., tak
ing electric fan and typewriter.
Inquest will be held this afternoon
over body of Aid. Emanuel Abrahams
of 20th Ward, who died at University
Hospital after being stricken with
apoplexy at meeting of council judi
ciary committee yesterday. Aid.
Abrahams collapsed after finishing
an appeal for peddlers to be allowed
to cry their wares. The funeral will
take place Friday at 1 o'clock from
the Abrahams home, 901 W. 12th st.
Eugene A. Brookman, 1230 S. Ked
zie av., stabbed to death by unknown
man in front of saloon at 3124 W.
12th at Three men arrested. Bar
tender said men began quarreling In
saloon. He put them out and slaying
occurred few minutes later. ;
Chief of Police McWeeny will not
make changes in police department,
scheduled for yesterday, until after!
July 4. Influence being used in effort
to save several plain clothes men or
dered back to uniforms.
The mercury will not go above 85
degrees rest of the week, according
to weather bureau. Showers will re j
lieve city tomorrow and Friday.
John F. Wallace, president of theV
Westinghouser Church, Kerr & Co(
engineering firm, New York, engaged
as city terminal expert.
Mrs. Martha Lewoskey, 37, wife of,
Hoboken, N. J., contractor, and Bodq
Ronnenfeld, 30, German reporter, ai
rested as they left train at LaSalle st,
station after eloping from New York.
Harold Domke, 2, 5018 S. Western
av., died from drinking fly poison.
Francis Cunn, Sr., 7208 Ellis av.
foreman of Pullman shops, killed by,
Illinois Central train.
Jack Vilas, Chicago aviator, flew
from Grant Park across Lake Mich
igan to St. Joe in one hour and fifteen
minutes. Carried passengers.
Charles Lorenz, 44, saloonkeeper,
3658 Southport av., shot and killed
himself. Deranged from heat. 5
Mrs. Reinie Brunner, 2317 Dear
born st., alleged woman auto bandit?"
held to grand jury by Judge Gemmill
in bonds of $8,000.
Four Chinamen, believed to have
been smuggled from Canada, arrest
ed in sealed freight car at Kensing
ton. Police dug up body of child in
back yard of Joseph Dohs, 2633 Cly
bourn av. Couple arrested.
Twenty-three deaths-and 42 pros
trations from heat yesterday.
Unidentified man instantly killed
by Chicago, Milwaukee & St Paul
train at Potomac av.
Two thousand women marched
yesterday in guff rage, parade,