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Moines, la., 20 days ago. Was with
two men when last seen.
Mrs. Kate Vorhauer, 3024 N. ClarkN
St., and Henry Ketter, street car con
ductor, 1623 Thorfcdqle av., arrested
on serious charge. Both married.
Harriet Scheider, former school
teacher, discharged in 1903, filed
$50,000 damage suit against former
Supt. of Schools E. F. Cooley, Lewis
E. Larson, secretary of board, and
other school officials-
Policeman Harry Neumann lumped
on running board of auto, and stopped
runaway 'team in funeral procession.
Daylight thief got $435 in jewelry
and clothing from Mrs. Laura Ru
dolph's home, 2639 N. Francisco avi
Michael Cuddy, 1112 S. Whipple st.,
attacked family with cleaver. Ar
rested. Wife and daughter hurt.
Morris Stone, cigar clerk, held to
grand jury for con game. Made four
sixes or better 69 times straight in
friendly dice game.
James Whitney, 7, 3140 Fulton st.,
struck and badly injured by auto
driven by Francis Winslow, 2628
Hampden ct, vice-president Wins
low Mfg. Co.
Nona and Sallie McAdoo,' daugh
ters of Sec'y of Treasury McAdoo,
were here yesterday.
John Miller, 5144 Rockwell st., in
jured. Auto truck struck by car.- .
Chicago astronomers say comet is
rushing toward earth with such speed
it will soon be visible to naked eye
Mrs. Martha Singleton, found un
conscious in gas-filled room, .1257
Jackson blvd. Attempted suicide
thought. Separated from husband?
Bag of mail found on street by A.
Brodsky, 1347 Waller st. Turned
over to police.
Hearst has grabbed off 25 feet
more property adjoining Hearst bldg.
Chief of Police Sweeny, Maywood,
cut in face by glass when boys broke
Court that candy made by H. Kohn
stamm'Co. contains arsenic
Meyer Fractman, 6033 Wentworth
av., granted divorce.
Mary Jeannette Walker, nearly 3,
started electric auto while mother,
Mrs. Stanley E. Walker, ,6154 Kim
bark av., was in store.' Drove it
through plate glass window. Unhurt.
Celtic-American Dancing Ass'n.,
now in session, have- Barred tango.
Mrs. John F. O. Stratton, 821 Wil
son av., sued for divorce. Won't give
other girl's name. "She's too nice,"
says Mrs. Stratton.
Edmund T. Perkins and Frank B.
Knight, National Drainage Congress,
expect Champ Clark's aid in getting
$20,000,000 for drainage work.
New Washington Heights bathing
beach, 104th st. and Vincennes road,
formally opened by Mayor Harrison.
PROSECUTION OF CONDUCTOR
AND MOTORMAN TO GO ON
Assistant State's Attorney Frank
Johnston, Jr., will proceed with the
proseputlon of Frank Tyschper and
Thomas Nolan, street car employes,
who shot and beat to death two men
on a Western avenue car Aug. 23, de
spite their exoneration by a coroner's
Attorney James T. Brady, repre
senting the families of Carl Mueller
and Peter Verrennia, the murdered
men, denounced the verdict.
Tyschper, the conductor, who fired
the shots, pleaded self-defense. Gus
tavLink, a witness, hitherto not men
tioned in the case, supported his plea.
There is still a preliminary hearing
set before Judge Dolan and Johnston
and Brady hope to have the men held
to ,the "grand jury.
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KILLS SHERIFF-AND SUJCIDE
- Sullivan, III., Sept. 6. After slash
ing his sweetheart, Ida Fite, with a
cornknife, cutting her arm badly,
Nimrod Huff, a young farmer, and
son of Attorney Rufus Huff, shot and
killed Sheriff Fleming, who attempted
to arrest him, then committed suicide.