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WHAT HAPPENED TN CHICAGO
Stella Szemerowska, Augusta Dietz and Louise Sears Van Keuren will face trial for murder today Movie men deny slush fund talk. Want censorship,--but not Funk houser brand. Moody Church, W. Chicago av. and LaSalle st, damaged by fire. Loss $10,000. Robb R. Ricketts, head of bank rupt $1,000,000 art concern, , denies hiding assets. Claims large number of valuable paintings are distributed over country on consignment Home of William A. Moujton, 5622 Glenwood av., looted. $150 worth of stuff taken. Home of George J. Meyers, .407 St. John St.; raided. $1,000 worth of, loot gone. , Safeblowers looted Wilson Avenue Theater, 1050 Wilson av. Got $700. George Bissett, man who was ac quitted for murder of Police Sergeant William Russell held for threatening pedestrians with gun. Edward Denne, 30, negro, 210 W. Schiiler st., killed, and Earl Huskill, 27, 107 W. Schiller st., wounded In pistol duel. Louis Hairston, negro, wanted" for shooting. Near panic at Ramona Theater, 7339 S. Halsited st. 300 patrons blind ed by mustard fumes. Practical joker blamed, Transplantation of glands tried as cure for dementia on Dunning Hos pital patients. Celtic American societies put ban on green pigs, lizards and snakes for St. Patrick's Day. Miss Lillian Taylor arrested in1 Cleveland, Charged with taking $1, 000 worth of jewels from Cadillac Hotel. Char4es Wright, 4130 W. Harrison st., conductor on Colorado av. car, robbed by two men. Mrs. Fleta C. Stahl, 70, 4000 Ellis av., stricken, in street car. Died at hospital without regaining consciousness. William Selberyihn, 2036 Pratt av., slashed by negro. Julius Durham held as assailant. Frank Rawsky, 35, 2910 W. 22d st., shot in. forehead. Relative-believed to have done it. Mrs. Louise Lindloff, sentenced to 25 years for poisoning son, suffering from, cancer. - May die. EtheJ Garrjty, 19, 3334 Federal st., died from alleged illegal operation. Police investigating. Pi C. Theis' hardware store, 140.S Fullerton av., looted. $105 taken. Unidentified man, 30, suicided at W. Washington and Canal sts. Gun. Mr. and Mrs. Sage, both 80, killed by electric car at Libertyville, 111. Max Brennan, 901. N. Hermitage av,, and Clement Chester, 146 Her mitage, av., arrested as holdup men. Fred Doolittle, 4160 Berkely av., iden tified prisoners. .26, men nabbed in Cranston's sa loon, 2333 Lake st Was open after hours. Pplicewomerr for bathing beaches urged by Funkhouser. .Four men arrested in family row. Riot call necessary to stop fight at 1125 S. Sangamon st o o - SEEK MISSING GIRL . The police department was last night instructed to search for Mary Pluto 15.'whd disappeared a week ago somewhere between Chicago and Muskegon, . Miph. Her brother, George, 9118 Baltimore avenue, fears she has fallen-into the hands of some man. The girt had b.een visiting her brother. He took her to the train the day she disappeared. Another brother was to have met her "in, Muskegon. I -o o LOCATED . "I see yotf have recovered from the measles, Johnny," said the- primary teacher. "Yes'm," replied Johnny, but ma says that they are still in my Cistern" N. Y. World.