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the same resort, with one of the at
tendants caring for her.
Mrs. Scott alleges that she was
given $10,000 and other persons
smaller sums and that she was sent
to the Orient. This resulted in the
allegations she made today; never get
ting into print. She said she return
ed from the Orient recently.
She asserted that Field, before he
died, told his father, the famous Chi
cago multi-millionaire merchant,
how he had been shot, although he
nrfi to other persons to the
last that he had been wounded ac
cidentally. 'The woman declares her parents
are Mr. and Mrs. Lecore Tardiner and
that they reside in Chicago. She says
she does not fear prosecution be
cause the coroner's jury in Chicago
returned a verdict of accidental
Mrs. Scott first told this story to
the newspaper men and later repeat
ed it to Detective Chief Sebastian.
MONDAY'S IMPORTANT LOCAL NEWS
Charles H. Peo, Northwestern "L"
guard, killed by "L" train at Kimball.
Roger Sullivan boomed for U. S.
senator at big Democratic meeting
Fire caused $300 damage to Swed
ish Evangelical Lutheran church, N.
May and W. Huron sts. Overheated
Government opened Hanish case
Fred Dietz, 4104 W. 21st St., em
ploye of Dearborn st. station, killed.
Paul Harris, 12, arrested by Hyde
Park police, says he shot policeman
in New York year ago and has since
committed about 40 thefts.
Police raided boxing match at Mul
ligan Guards ball, 635 Hobble st., and
arrested only two men. The others
Michael Caulfield, 7213 S. Carpen
ter st., found dead on Pennsylvania
tracks at W. 89th st.
Two men who tried to pull earrings
from Sadie Zaslowski, 142 W. 14th
pi., fled when she screamed.
Mrs. Mary Malcyk, 20, 1356 Holt
av., shot and wounded by husband
Mrs. Anna Silberman, 2127 N. Hal
sted st., made second suicide attempt
within two weeks by drinking poison.
May die. Grief over death of son.
E. Bond, 1406 Fargo av., held up.
$250 diamond ring, $50 in cash and
overcoat taken from him.
J. J. Cornish, 50, 2816 Monroe st.,
robbed and beaten near S. Clark st.
John Bataglia, 21, 815 Milton av.,
stabbed 21 times. May die. Refuses
to tell who did it.
Jos. Hopson, 40, 517 S. Marshfield
av., committed suicide in cell at
county jail by hanging himself. De
spondent over 6 months' sentence for
Harry Smith, 35, 1429 Sedgwick
st., tried suicide by drinking stove
Adam Bogocki, 30,1833 Grand av.,
drank poison. Will recover.
Rev. J. B. Scanlan, St. Charles
Borromeo's Roman Catholic church,
formed volunteer fire dep't out of
choir boys and put out fire that at
Sunday schools of Chicago will try
to raise $100,000 with which to ex
Six persons shaken up and injured
when carriage was struck by street
car at Halsted and Ohio sts.
Belle Berkovitz, 20, tried suicide.
Poison. Will live. Love affair.
Thomas Nuhn, 55, 2758 N. Ashland
av., suicide. Gas. Son wouldn't in
vite him to wedding.
Mary Anderson, 1424 14th pi., rout
ed two would-be hold-up men, with
aid of brick, purse and hatpin.
Zacharia Thomas, 130 W. Ontario
St., who claims to be Turkish mis
sionary, arrested. Charged with col-