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"I. never dreamed that he would he
killed When he was. But it had to
conie. There was no other way out."
Because she hungered for love, did
Mrs.' Werner break the marriage
Werner found letters. His wife had
written them. One read:
"I love you just the same. Be care
ful who you trust. I am not mad at
you and will love you always."
Henry Werner had been killed with
'two. weapons ia knife-and a mattock.
Does a murderer pause in the com
mission of a murder to change weap
ons? 'T don't believe it," said Prosecutor
Wright, who is handling the case.
Who, then, used the mattock?
The morning of the murder a man
disappeared. Roderigo Rocco, they
called him, though that is not his
name. He was Italian-young, curly
headed, good-looking, whose laugh
ing lips paid the young wife compli
ments. And on the morning of the
murder he was seen at the Werner
LOCAL DOINQS IN TABLOID FORM
Mrs Potter Ralmer may tell about
$67,000 if she finds time.
Edward r N. Breitung, Chicago
banker, confirms" marriage of daugh
ter to gardener. May be annulled.
Jury in Koetters murder trial com
pleted. State to demand death.
Lawrence Nolan, 10, and Irene, 12,
6041 S. Elizabeth St., claim to have
been kidnaped' by xnan in taxi and
thrown into basement Police doubt
Mrs. AnnaLiebrich, 65, 3136 Cam
bridge av., saved aged husband from
death. Dragged him to safety from
Mrs. Alice Cohlgraff, 4531 N. Ra
cine st., robbed by man impersonat
ing fireman. Lost $40.
Special Spate's Attorney Northrup
to drop vote fraud trials unless money
is furnished to continue prosecution.
Only one. subway plan 'to appear
on ballot. Initial subway plan elimi
nated. Corporation counsel ruling upholds
single fare. Passengers may reverse
direction on street cars. Company
Temporary injunction granted 78
milk dealers. City enjoined from en
forcing use of temperature-recording
Frank Meizel used. $2,000 violin as
club. Arrested. Discharged. Destruc
tion of violin considered sufficient
Auto collided with wagon on Drexel
blvd. Martin McHugh, driver, slightly
Two starving Chinamen found in
box car at Michigan Central yards.
Will be examined for deportation.
Dr. Thomas A. Dupuis, 38 S. Dear
born st., held as "alleged quack."
Inventory of Solomon Litt's estate
shows total of $400,000.
"Oatmeal trust" quiz to be resumed
Special order issued by Cleason on
street sidewalk roller skating. Chil
dren to be turned over to Juvenile
Five overcome by gas at 515
Bowen av. All revived.
Auto bandits tried to raid Ellis av.
"L" station. Frightened away.
Abraham Katz, widower, sued for
$25,000 by Mrs. Frieda Ginsburg,
widow. Breech of promise.
C. A. Grants, held for alleged em
bezzlement of $1,000 from Roemer
Novelty Co., released. Was ill in bed
when Assumed to be missing.
Thomas J. Sullivan, member of
safety first committee, fined $15.
Safeblowers looted Boyle &
O'Hara's store, 1945 W. Madison st.
Michigan and Jackson blvds. in
darkness. Short circuit blamed.
Case of R. E. Stancliffe, 4707 Cot
tage Grove av.,.charged 'with-hugging