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pi., beaten and robbed. Paul Ulatow
ski, 38, 1508 Milwaukee av., ar
rested. Frank Hvedak, 2509 N. Racine av.f
Admiral George Dewey failed to
Identify the mysterious "J. C. R."
Arthur Schoensladt, 4855 S. Mich
igan av., owner of Palace Movie The
ater, arrested. Violated fire ordi
nance. Secret service men unable to stop
$5,000,000 shipment of peso notes.
Cannot declare them counterfeit be
cause U. S. does not recognize Mexi
Defense to give their side in-vote
fraud trial today.
Thomas P. Reilly, 3946 Wentworth
av., drowned in south branch of river.
Council committee may decide on
double-decker bridge for Franklin st.
Leo Kuraszak, 2018 Blackhawk
av., fought reflection in glass. Fell
through window. Arrested.
George Walsh, 26, .6262. Stony Is
land av., arrested in. Buffalo. Said to
have taken $2,000 from Packard
AWFUL'jsSPELL- OF SICKHESS
GRILLING OF WOMAN RESISTS
IN ARREST OF MAN
Galesburg, III., Jan. 19. Robert
Higgins of North Henderson today
was placed under arrest on a charge
of having killed his wife Jan. 5.
At the time Higgins claimed her
death was due to the accidental dis
charge of a gun he was cleaning. A
coroner's jury exonerated him.
Last Monday C. W. Ernst, uncle of
Julia Flake, Higgins' 15-year-old
stepdaughter, presented letters al
leged to have been written last Oc
tober and November, in which she
suggested to her uncle that he Mil
She was subjected to a grilling
examination by State's, Attorney Wil
son of eMrcer 'county and Boutelle
of Knox. Wilson refused to make
public the result of the examination,
but immediately sent detectives to
North Henderson to make the arrest.
The theory of the state is said to
be that the girl was infatuated with
her stepfather and that her relations
with him had been discovered by her
mother. Then, it is charged, she per
suaded Higgins to commit tie crime.
SMALLPOX DISCOVERED IN
The discovery of a woman suffer
ing from smallpox caused quite a
commotion in the Hotel Del Prado,
at Fifty-fifth street and Blackstone
avenue early Saturday night, Tvhen
it was discovered that Mrs. Irene
Finch of Kansas City, Mo., was suf
fering from the disease, and was
taken to the Isolation Hospital for
Dr. Robert Black, the house phy
sician, was venturing through the
lobby and noticed a rash on Mrs.
Finch's face. He took her to an ante--room
and discovered the disease.
As a result of the discovery every
employe in theliotel and many guests'1
were vaccinated, according to H. Hi1
McLean, manager of the hotel,