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Three men .and two women taken
in raid on 1841 S. State st. Jacob
Wanner booked as keeper.
Permission granted to exhibit
"Drug Terror." No one under 18 to
be allowed to see film.
Auto belonging to Barry Taxicab
Co., 704 Barry ay., stolen on Sheri-
Delia Cattina, 12, 257 W. 24th st.,
disappeared on street car. Police
Adolph Leverenz, 6604 Langley
av., suicided. Gun.
Albert Longworth, 13, Indianapolis,
Ind., caught in Polk st. station. Run
away.' Louis Wallhouser, 2520 S. Halsted
st, swallowed muriatic acid. Dead.
Max Kutchai, 608 S. Hermitage av.,
attacked by two men. Severely
beaten. Watch and chain tjaken.
Hugo Johnson, .Indiana Harbor,
beaten and robbed of $25. Taken to
Frank Rychelick, 2800 S. Harding
av., asphyxiated. Open jet.
Mrs. Kate Daley, 1348 W. 14th st.,
swallowed carbolic acid. May recover.
John Hope, 9245 Commercial av.,
switchman, I. C. Railroad, fell off lad
der. Right leg broken.
Aaron Clamberg, 649 Liberty st.,
robbed by 2 men. Lost $7:
William Snider, 1755 W. North av.,
stopped by 3 armed men. $33 taken.
Home of Mrs. Nellie Paimquist, 512
Garfield av., raided. $400 worth of
E. H. Stanley, 14 E. Walton pi.,
stopped by two men. $20 gone.
Mrs. Lena Luetz, 4640 Lake Park,
attacked by negro purse snatcher.
Philip Spapgenberger, 11, 140 W.
Superior St., met M. K. Euyre. Euyre
acted que'er. Spangenberger took
him to station. Man locked up as dis
Party of men fired several shots
from auto at N. Homan av. Appar
ently no cause for shooting.
Capture of Eng Long in Boston
znayTead to exposure of 'Chinese mur-
der ring. .$10,,000 was spent to get
Koettecs case may reach the jury
late today or tomorrow.
Physicians at hospital declare that
Mrs. Pearl Bell is suffering from poi
soning. Traces of arsenic found.
TOOK POISON PRAYS THAT SHE
BE LET DIE IN PEACE
Washington, March 30. Her hus
band in the penitentiary, her chil
dren in an orphanage, homeless,
hungry and penniless, Mrs. Katherine
Burke swallowed bichloride of mer
cury. On her cot in the, emergency
hospital she today prayed- the doctor
to let her die in peace. Medical
science (Jan do nothing for her and
death is only a matter of time.
The refuge of her own roof in
which to seek' death was denied the
unfortunate woman. Three weeks
ago she was evfcted from a squalid
tenement because her husband had
been sent fo the penitentiary for as
saulting her and she had no money
to pay rent. Two of her children
were taken intd- an orphana'ge and
her third was adopted by a relative.
The woman tried hard to get work,
WHY DO YOU RAISE YOUR HAT?
When a man lifts his hat to a lady
he is simply continuing a polite cus
tom that began when men . wore wil
iow plumes in their hats and swords,
at their sides.
When a knight of old fared forth
he encased his armor and he wore a
helmet to protect him from foes. But
when he appeared among friends,
especially among ladies, he removed,
his hat to signify that he trusted himr
self to his friends.
Though the modern hat is na pro
tection from foes, it is thelineal de
scendant of the plumed helmet, and t
is still used as a, means of showing
respect and courtesy.
There are 7,833 rural teachers u
the state of Kansas