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miserable for her. Put under peace
R. P. Bates, Chicago attorney, re
Mrs. Josephine Taslucek, 2500 W.
Walton St., found one'-month-old
babe in hallway.
Warrant issued for Dr. Albert E.
Lewis, dentist, 312 S. Clark st. No
'Charles C. Thompson, publisher
who made good $33,000 debts, died
at Englewood Hospital.
Hyde Park High School officials
stopped tango at school dance. Pupils
and teachers left school.
Frank H. Martin and wife, driven
frbm Congress Hotel, want $20,000
fo'Cunpleasant experience. Blame
nosey detective for trouble. .
Christ Christensen, 1012 N. Fran
cisco av., punched Seth Olson in eye.
Fined $10 and costs.
John Kalman, St. Louis,, beaten and
robbed by there armed men. Lost
watch and $8. Frank Kowaski and
John Laski arrested as suspects.
Edward Maloney, 24, 1212 N. State
St., died from wounds received in
struggle with three armed men. Po
lice bunting for gang of "wharf rats."
Home of Samuel Frankland, 5310
S. Park .av., looted. $2,000 worth of
BITS OF NEWS
Springfield, III. J. J. Ried, 45, pres.
Ried faction International Brother
hood of Electrical Workers, dead.
'London. Rubber plating for war
ships experiment being worked on by
Springfield, III. Constitutionality
of workmen's compensation law en2'
acted in 1913, involved in first appeal
to- reach Supreme Court filed by
Simpson Construction Co., Chicago,
defendant, against Mrs Amanda E.
Courter, guardian of James Randall
""Indianapolis, Ind. Wm. Frankson,
Greek, arrested at - Mrs, Pauline
Schmidt's house charged with loiter
ing, "accused woman of writing let-1
ters to Mayor Jos. E. Bell threaten
ing to get him for his anti-vice activ
ity." Woman accused Frankson.
MYSTERY IN ATTACK MADE ON
Unconscious and the victim of a
mysterious razor attack, Prof. Thosj
J. Bosworth, 32, 1235 N. State street,
member of the University and Har
vard Club's and of a prominent Salem,
Mass., family, lies in Policlinic Hospi
tal today with lis throat cut almost
from ear to ear and in a critical con
dition. The police are searching for
two men of swarthy complexion, who
they believe wielded the razor. v
Bosworth left the rooming house
late last night and went to the office
of the Chicago Latin school, a" fash
ionable "prep" school, where he is a
professor of English. More than an
hour later he crawled to a drug store,
nearly dead from loss of blood.
The police found evidence ofa des
perate battle in the school office. The
walls were blood spattered and
trophies' had been knocked from, their
shelves. On the floor was' found a
woman's long black broadcloth, coat
the police believe may afford them a
Detectives refuse to say on what
information they, are basing their
search for the men pf swarthy com
FLOOD WATERS RECEDING
San Francisco, Cal., Jan. 28.
Waters are receding from the score
of California cjtiest flooded as result
of the 48-hour rainfall. Scenes of
desolation are revealed everywhere.
The death list remains eight persons.
It was at the dinner table, and the
hostess addressed her husband's
brother. "Do have another piece of
pie, William." "Why, really, I've al
ready had two; but it's so good, I be
lieve I will have another." "Ha, ha!
mother's a winner," said little Frank,
excitedly. She said she d bet you'd
make a pig of yourself."