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POLICE RAID DEN GET SEVEN
A den of alleged youthful robbers,
which masqueraded as "A Young
Men's Social -Club," was uncovered
today in a police raid at 2034 Lee
Seven boys were arrested. They
are said to be responsible for several
robberies committed on the West
Side, according to the police.
Two bull dogs stood guard inside
the club and fought the police until
The suspicions of the police were
aroused following the constant raf-.
fles of jewelry held by the club. A
horse and buggy, alleged CD have
been stolen, was found near the club
The seven arrested are: Henry Up
house, 22, 1821 Augusta st; Albert
Girsch, 20, 1029 Lincoln av.; William
Kramer, 21, Winchester and Augusta
sts.; John Murphy, 22, 615 Ashland
av.; William Maloney, Frank Luby
and Frank Schwartze.
YOUNG GIRL MISSING POLICE
FEAR WHITE SLAVERS
Fearful lest her unusual beauty
may have attracted "white slavers,"
police of the West Thirteenth street
station today took up the search for
Anita Marengo, 17, who landed. in
Chicago three days ago from Italy.
Anita disappeared yesterday from
the home of relatives at 514 S. Ash
land avenue. She told her folks she
was going "outside to walk up and
down the block. She failed to re
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MAN SHOOTS WIFE AND KILLS
- Maddened by jealousy, Jacob Rid
owki, 28, shot and probably fatally
wounded his 23-year-old wife, Anna,
and then killed himself.
The tragedy took place at the cou
ple's home, 26 E. 22d street, Chicago
Ridowski is said to have accused
hj Wife, of bestowing tpo much, at
tention upon a neighbor. Mrs. Ridow-k
ski was taken to the St. James Hos
pital. They had no children.
Flat River, Mo. Union officials
having trouble holding Hungarian,
Slav and Pole miners in check fol
lowing shooting of two rioting strik
ers by mine guards.
Washington. Pressing button in
his office, President Wilson opened
sham battle of Grand Army veterans
at Columbus, O.
Hazleton, Pa. Raymond Fletcher
and "Thomas Paisley held for murder
of Thomas Williams, whom they beat
to death with their fists when two
girls claimed Williams insulted them.
Mobile, Ala. Four men killed, one
fatally hurt by boiler explosion at
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ISN'T IT. TERRIBLE
Mrs. Percheron How awfully
crowded the cars are!
Mrs. Clydesdale Yes, indeed, dear.
And how people do take up one's
room in them!
Fair weather, except probably a
local thunder shower tonight or
Thursday; not much change in tem
perature; moderate easterly wjnd?f