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drygoods store of Fred Hauchens,
5854 Wentworth av. Tlirew hand
fuls of small coins to boys in street.
Detectives recovered $43.32.
Clyde Worth, ass't mngr. Wool
worth &Co., 928 E 63d. st, bound by
four robbers. Blew safe. Got $250.
Home of Mrs. Iva Stevens, 122 E.
36th st, entered. $700 worth of loot
Walker Veneer and Panel Co., 1118
E. 78th st., destroyed by fire. $50,
Harry and Lucius Tobbe and Al
bert Nelson, arrested. Mrs. H. Tobb
disappeared and three children turn
ed over to St Vincent's Infant Asy
lum. Men accused of stealing rail
August Baalke told Judge Fry his
Morris chair gave him more pleas
ure than his wife. Judge told him
to keep away from wife and told her
to keep Morris chair.
Mrs. John Lewis, 2635 Rhine st.,
said husband was seeing things when
he said she carresed star boarder.
Lewis examined and declared O. K.
Mrs. Lewis ordered not to take
Mandlup Visted, 3211 McLean av.,
seriously burned and Emmett Boyd,
417 N. Clark st, injured when they
came in contact with live wire while
repairing telephone wires at Homan
av. and 13th st
Charles Canepa, 14, 451 S. Taylor
st, playing in new building. Fell from
second floor to basement Skull frac
tured. Thomas Bellick, 18, 3203 S. Ash
land av., collided with auto. Bruised.
Frank Janiki was cleaning boiler
at 552 Melrose st. Found dead
clinging to live wire. Police believe
Vetto Magogoni stabbed to death
at Ohio st and Oakely av. Two sus
St. Joseph, Mo. Several members
of crew of government tow-steamer
Aratheusa believed to have drowned
when boat struck railroad bridge pier.
PEACE PAGEANT WILL AID THE
SOLDIERS IN EUROPE
Beauty will be "first aid" to mercy
when the" women of Ghicagp hold a
peace pageant at the Coliseum, Sept
26. The pageant will be led. by a
"detachment of beauties" command
ed by Miss Claribel Jobe, who is also
a contestant in the peace pageant
The proceeds of the pageant will
be used to buy equipment for- the sec
ond Red Cross ship which 'the Amer
ican Red Cross Society will send to
St. Louis. Treatened strike of
trainmen of St Louis South Pacific
R, R, averted temporarily.