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Clarence Barrow advised him not to
D. Carlos Montezuma, full-blooded
Apache Indian, engaged to Marie
Joseph Kaufmann, 4444 Indiana
av., chased two bandits who had held
him up into arms of detectives.
Florence Grier, school girl, 1348 N.
Clark st., 'disappeared Monday.
Lee R. Cass, real estate dealer, St.
Charles, 111., lost hand when he
reached to recover papers from un
der Rock Island train.
FURTHMANN ATTACKED AND
BEATEN BY TWO MEN
Charles Furthmann, former inves
tigator in the state's attorney's of
fice; now under arrest on a charge of
conspiracy to obstruct public justice,
was attacked by two men while on
the way to his home, 1612 Chase ave
nue, last night.
Furtmann was attacked while
passing an alley in North Paulina
street, a block from his home. He
drew a revolver and fired at his as
sailants, but missed.
His sister, Myra Furtmann, heard
the shot and ran to him. The men
fled. Furthmann, who was arrested,
because it is charged he sold copies
of Ben Fink's confession to other
members of the arson trust, believes
the attack was made because he
threatened exposures that would im
plicate well-known people.
GIRL JUMPS FROM MADISON
ST. BRIDGE SUICIDES ,
A well-dressed unidentified young
woman leaped from the Madison
street bridge into the Chicago river
sarly this morning and was drowned.
The girl left a Madison street car
at Market street and hastened to the
bridge, where she stood gazing down
at the water. Samuel Allen, the
bridge tender, hurried towards her,
shouting to her to stop.
The girl looked at him, climbed to
the top of the rail and jumped. Her
body has not yet been recovered.
1 SPEND FIRST NIGHT OF THEIR
HONEYMOON IN JAIL
West Salem, Wis., Sept. 20. Geo.
Evans and his young bride of Chi
cago spent the first night of their
honeymoon in jail.
They arrived in town on a late train
and weer unable to continue their
journey to the honle of friends. The
one hotel in the town and every
boarding house was filled with lodg
ers. There were no park benches on
which to sleep, so they appealed to'
"Welcome to my mansion," said
that official, and he conducted them
to their room a cell.
MARBLE SETTERS' STRIKE
Madison, Wis., Sept. 20. Score of
marble setters on new capitol build
ing went on strike for higher wages
They were in employ of Milwaukee
firm, and it is understood all marble
setters in employ of this firm have
gone out, demanding shorter hours
and higher wages.
THAT'S THE REASON
"Tommy, how is it I have caught
you at the jam again?"
"I don't know, ma", unless it is be-"
cause you came in so quietly."