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Purse-snatcher obtained $5 from
Mrs. Anna Davidson, 675 N. Dearborn
Wife and daughter failed to reach
Prank Bradbury of Boston, who died
of injuries received when run down
by team yesterday.
Writ of habeas corpus granted to
Victor Englert, now in county jail for
failure to pay $5,000 judgment in
Trial of "Barney" Bertsche and
Nathan Spira' set next Saturday by
Judge Gemmil at Hoyne's request.
Will dispose of their cases before try
ing Lieut. Tobin and Detectives Egan
and Monahan on Nov.J).
Philip Pieterowski, 15, 3727 Esca
naba av., badly hurt when struck by
motorcycle of George Elgood, 8707
Samuel Dick, cashier Western
Dairy Co., 1451 Edgemont av., robbed
of $2,000 and $1,000 in checks by 4
men at Laflin and Taylor yesterday.
He was shot in gun battle.
400 freshmen at "U" of Chicago
given physical examination yester-.-day.
Only 24 given clean bill of
George Hewes, 20 E. Grand av.,
granted divorce when he produced
letter form wife who said she had de
serted him for three years and is a
James Davis, 4420 N. Tripp av.,
conductor, returned promissory note
for $1,200 to Mrs. H. Pommaren,
4043 Monticello av., which he had
found on his car.
Mrs. Antoine Deifosse, wife of
building contractor who inherited
his $150,000 estate, being sued by her
sons for an accounting. Other mem
bers of family allege misunderstand
Gustave Klaiber, 1534 Diversey
blvd., couldn't find work. Tried sui
cide by gas in home. Pound by wife.
SOCIALISTS WIN AGAIN.
Duluth ,Minn., Noy. 5. Richard
Jones, Socialist lawyer, candidate'
for state senate, has a substantial
lead over Thomas Pugh, the oldest
member of that body, and has prob
ably won. Jones is 27. vHe was for
merly a telegraph operator and was
once famous as the youngest .station
agent on the GreatrNortherri, being
appointed at the age of .12.
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LOOKS UKE BILLJE, ACTS LIKE
HERTOO.i' - l
f. J9. -fla X.....y
They call her "the Billie Burke'"of
vaudeville, and JaneHaven's sun
kissed locks and demure blue eyes
justify the name, but the- resem
blance doesn't end there. Jane Ha
ven, like Billie Burke, has a rare tal
ent for gay and blithesome, comedy,
a talent that has gained both deli
cacy and subtlety from long associa
tion with Julia Marlowe, in whose
company she played for several seasons.