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vort, staying with relatives in New
York Now her jiame is Mary
Frank Dunn had leg amputated fol
lowing auto accident in-.New York.
Has wife and 2 children here
Three boys held by Englewood po
lice. Charged with stealing brass
from Chicago Junction railroad.
Two boys being held by 50th st. po
lice as burglar suspects.
Evanston lifesaving station opened
for season last night. Peter Jansen
is still captain. Crew composed of
Maywood Good Government league
to oppose Civic Welfare league in
next election. Hopes for a peace
ablt election gone.
Abraham Tennenbaum, 1441 N.
Talman av., robbed of $19 in an alley
MRS. ROCKEFELLER NOT BURIED
FUNERAL SERVICES HELD
Tarrytown, N. Y., March 15. Fu
neral services have been said for Mrs.
John D. Rockefeller, but today her
body still lay in the Rockefeller home.
The date of burial has not been de
cided upon by the oil magnate.
"Mr. Rockefeller can't bear to have
her put away," said one of the Rock-efelels.
SEEK YOUNG GYPSY GIRL
The police today took up the search
for Mary Stankovitch, Roumanian
gypsy, who disappeared mysterious
ly while telling fortunes about the
city. Her aunt, in her appeal for a
search, declared her belief that the
girl, who is 18 years old, is held pris
oner in a house where she went to
Every day the gypsy girl with her
aunt started out for a tour of the city
telling fortunes. They often found it ,
hard to keep together and agreed to
meet at 3ith st. each night.
Saturday the girl failed to appear
and the tribe of gypsies at Lyons,
111 , were called to aid the police in a
search from house to house,
SMYRNA BATTERED BY ALLIES
London. The fall of Smyrna be
fore the end of the week is predicted
in Athens dispatches. Here warships
have been sent to reinforce Rear Ad
miral Peirse, whose squadron is
smashing away at the Turkish forts
and the Smyrna garrison is reported
to be preparing to evacuate.
Another attack on the Dardanelles
forts has been begun from inside the
strait. Mine sweepers have resumed
clearing the waters and several allied
battleships steamed into the strait
early Sunday. Constantinople is in a
London. England's answer to Ger
many's submarine warfare will be
made public in detail late today. The
government will describe just how
far the allies intend to go in laying
an embargo on shipments to anu
It will reassert the position taken
by the government and stated by
Premier Asquith that the allies re
serve the right to put such a drastic
order into effect.
Aberdeen, S. D. Wife and 16-year-old
daughter of Geo. W. Carlaw
found murdered in locked home. Car-
law missing since Friday.
Jersey City, N. J. Francis Delackie
wanted to be first spring swimmer.
New York. "Sew it up" was the
order of George Murphy, 12 to doc
tors whoput 50 stitches in his torn
scalp without anesthetic.
Boston. Canny Yankees and
"wise" New Yorkers are being fleeced
by gamblers posing as traveling men
on trains between New York and
Boston, according to a kood of com
plaints. Columbus, O. Ray Parker, 7,
drowned when father's auto plunged
Parkersburg, W. Va. Jas. B. Bar
ber, 50, killed, G injured when taxi