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Japan, where he is now in custody.
Mikagawa confessed and led the offi cers to the shallow graves in the for est. Yamoto, outlawed, roams the forests, rifle on arm, dog at heel, with posse's in pursuit. Okane Puri is technically under ar rest, though Abt in prison. Mitsui will be tried in Tokyo, as un der a recent Japanese law a native of that country can be tried at home for an offense charged" abroad. -o- o- NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO Man giving name of Algeron Par sons and claiming, to be relative of English duke arrested with woman on Michigan av. Gave address as Blackstone Hotel and. put up $50 cash bond. Bond forfeited. 'Failed to ap pear in court. Cables .apd wires of Postal Tele ' graph and Automatic 'Phone Go. cut in several places. Police blame labor trouble. John J. Sonsteby will speak at Northwest Commercial Ass'n lunch eon, at Gersten's Cafe, Ashland av. and Division St., Thursday, March 19, 12:30 noon. Mathias Constante, laborer in steel mills, Hammond, Ind., notified that he ; - has been left $7,000,000 estate in Greece, hired five friends at $5,000 a i ' year to. help spend fortune. Thomas Hamilton, ticket broker, !. 953 Belden av., - posed as federal agent. Arrested after chase. Had i marriage license in pocket. Will be turned over to federal authorities. ' Prohibition candidates will, meet at county headquarters, room 16, 106 N. LaSalle St., Tuesday evening to form ulate a uniform platform for city campaign. Safe blowers looted Vernon C. Sea- ver's "theatorium," 179 N. State st. Got $225. . 75,000 worth of French models ex hibited on. Michigan av. in competi tioriv with Exhibit of Chicago Dress makers' Ass'n. W. P. Rend & Co.'s coal office, 950 W. 16th straided by safe blowers. $175 taken. Room 309, Chicago Opera House, raided as alleged hand-book. Seven captured. Edward Boyle, '681 N. Clark St., held as keeper. Construction work started on city's recreation pier, foot of E. Indiana. Decision, in habeas corpus for Mrs. Janney and her granddaughter, Vir ginia Ford, 3, the milliondollar baby, deferred until father of child arrives from New York. Utilities Commission to investigate proposed rate increase on C. E. & A. suburban lines. Commuters oppose change. Nine plain clothes men when or dered to put on uniforms quit. Jere- miah O'Conner, discoverer of "Sep tember Morn," among them. Miss Emily Huggins breach of promise suit against Dr. Frank La gorio dropped. Case settled out of court. Hearing on the writ of habeas cor pus for Miss Helene Young, wanted in Los Angeles for passing worthless checks, postponed to give girl chance to stay with dying sister. Collection taken for expenses of police officer while in Chicago. Louis Grossman, diamond mer chant, 8 N. LaSalle St., indicted. Charged with attempting to conceal $35,000 worth of assets. Suicide while temporarily insane coroner's verdict in death of Arthur Farge, 415' E. 33d st. Farge shot self. Warrants out for arrest of Mrs. Grace Hayden and Arthur S. Carruth-' ers for serious offense. Dr. Hayden, husband of woman, has filed' $50,000 suit against Carruthers. Emmett Hanahan, 6, 1327 Edge mont av., knocked down by runaway horse. Seriously injured. Abraham Alexander, driver, arrested f6r leav ing horse. Patrick Baldwin, 10430 Ericcson av., met Charles Foster, 511 S. State