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lured by police after drunken spree
which ended in riot. Several injured.
Body of unknown man found on
tracks of C. B. & Q. R. R. near the
George Ray, 50, &rokr, died.
. Eli Dulzwey, 2445 W. 24th, held for
attempt to pass $100 Confederate
Five men rescued from lake by the
South Chicago lifesavers when en
gine in launch "went dead."
Ed Cody, 4056 S. State, fractured
skull when thrown from wagon by
Adams st. car at Jefferson.
Negro arrested by Policeman Mur
ray, Englewood station, escaped
when he felled officer with punch to
"Ah, I suppose you are making
that mark to tell your pals here you
got a loaf of my wife's bread?"
"Well, I tries to be fair and square
wid 'em. Ef I didn't warn 'em they
might feu up and atk lei &uiiie, too.
1SEX IGNORANCE BLAMED FOR
Sex ignorance is the' cause of a
great many nervous breakdowns Dr.
William Sadler told members of the
Englewood Sunday Evening Club at
their meeting last night.
"When you came here you knew
that I was a doctor," he said. "Now
I am going to take my gloves off.
Prudishness and hypocracy must be
forgotten when one is talking of a
subject like this.
"The burdens, the surprises of the
first year of married life turns many '
a young wife to a confirmed invalid
and the greatest crime against yould
occurs in the 13th year," he con
tinued. "Parents could by tactfully
explaining some delicate facts could
prevent a great deal of misery in the
lives of their cnildren."
WANT PROTECTION FOR CITY OF
Washington, March 29. Protec
tion for Brownsville, Tex., and its
citizens was under discussion at the
war department today.
Gen. Bliss, acting chief of staff,
was in touch with Gen. Funston,
commanding the border, and with
Col. A. P. Blockson at Brownsville.
They have been instructed to prevent
refugees from the Matamoras battle
from crossing into the United States
and to take steps to prevent persons
on this side from being wounded by
stray shots. The danger was grow
The Matamoras situation eclipsed
all other Mexican matters today. It
was admittedly the first real test of
strength between Villa and Car
ranza. DRUG USERS CURED
Springfield, III., March 29. Gov.
Dunne announced that he was able
to state that a dozen former drug
fiends had been released today from
the Jacksonville state hospital as
completely cured from the cocaine
and morphine habits.