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herself twice. Is in critical condi
tion. Stephan Slopka, 662 Frey St., stab
bed by robber. Robber got nothing.
Slopka will recover.
Hoyne has new confession in vote
fraud fight Trial may"be halted un
til perjury charges are tried.
Police seek cause for mysterious
murder of Peter Noto. Was named
as witness in Musso trial.
Gabrial Waskiw, 9, 1405 S. Sanga
mon st., shot in knee by Daniel Sil
verman, 10. Accidental.
Unknown man fatally shot by Ar
thur Carroll, watchman Stark De
tective Agency. Claims he was at
tacked. Watchman held.
J. W. Picard and wife, Catherine,
52 W. Monroe, and Arthur Prank 71
W. Monroe, struck by auto. Slightly
injured. Edw. D. Smith, 2330 N.
Western av., arrested.
Dr. Edw. M. Brown, 50, wife and
small son, 4700 Kenwood av., slight
ly injured. Auto wrecked by street
A. Montgomery Ward, originator
of mail order business, dead. Result
of fall. .
Assailant of Chinaman turned out
to be park "cop." Booked as "Dan
iel Moore, clerk." Found to be Patrol
man McGuire, Lincoln Park service.
Alfred R. Bates, 39 S. LaSalle st.,
lost finger. Caught between doors,
of First Congregational Church.
Abram Epstein and Louis Mints,
838 S. Lafln St., robbed of $110 and
watch. Woman said to be leader of
Sergt. Thomas Dickenson, Evans
ton, suspended by police commis
sioner. Attended "September Morn"
Wealthy Evanston man sought by
police. Said to have accumulated
$500,000 as member of "skyscraper"
gang. Gang cleaned up 100 loop
buildings in two years.
Two women and five men held as
robber band. Robbed three. Got $1
and an overcoat Geo. West, "1610 J
Indiana av., confessed member of
band, said to have three wives and to
be wanted for murder in Harrisburg,
Candace Mattox, 16, maid of Albert
V. Stels, 320 Winnemac av., arrested.
Said to have taken $800 worth of
gems from employer.
$3,500 stolen from store of D. S.
Komyss & Co., State st and Jackson
blvd. Police searching for former
T. R. Spillane, 1826 N. Halsted st.,
shot and probably fatally wounded
by Archie Carroll, 40, special police
man. Safe blowers got $2,575 in jewels
and money from Goldenberg Furni
ture Store, 1837 S. State st.
Mrs. Caroline Connelly, 85, 9104
Green Bay av., who has been fighting
South Chicago vice element, knocked
down by unidentifie dman at door of
28. women taken in raids.
SIX HELD FOR KILLINGS
Calumet, Mich.,. Dec. 8. --Six per
sons have been arrested in connec
tion with the killing yesterday of
three non-union copper miners.
The trouble broke without warning
when about twenty shots were fired
into the home of Thomas Dally,
boarding house proprietor. Harry
and Arthur James of Toronto, sleep
ing on the third floor, were instantly
killed. Mary Nicholson, 14, was
wounded. She will recover.
WILSON AND SUFFRAGE
Washington, Dec. 8. Pres. Wilson
told delegation of American militant
rsuffragets he would not send special
message to Congress urging votes for
women; would not incorporate such
a suggestion in one of his regular
messages, and until Congress asks
him to will not recommend that
House of Representatives appoint
special committee to investigate
question of .suffrage as such now ex-
,istsjn the Senate,