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st, in saloon,. Had friendly wrestling
'match. Missed $14. Foster arrested.
Pauline Penee, 7. E. 113th st, se
verely burned. Bon fire.
' Edward Preuser, 882 S. State st.,
and Jerry O'Shea.,530 W. 26th st.,
arrested' as allege3--hold-up men.
Identified by R. C. Smale, 6344 S.
Eddie Foy, comedian and H. Sing
er, manager Palace Music Hall, up
before Judge Newcomer today for
violating child labor law. 24 separate
charges filed against them.
I. H. Trowbridge, 65, former Re
publican state representative, miss
ing. Cy Warman, "poet of the Rockies,"
seriously ill. Was taken to Congress
Hotel after fainting spell Sunday.
' Ray Rose, 14, kicked by elephant
used in performance at Empress The
ater, 6228 -S. Halsted st. Condition
Mrs. Anna Top, 1621 N. Central
Park av.f struck by baseball.
Case of John F. Jelke, millionaire
oleo manufacturer and 10 associates
charged with attempting to defraud
government in oleo tax may reach
Miss Sophie Bliel, 32, 2035 Lewis
av., found unconscious. Gas. Be
lieved accidental! Condition serious.
Suit of George N. Montgomery
'against Dr. Charles E Rahlke and'
Hahnemann Hospital for $50,000 set
tled out of court. Montgomery claim
ed sponge and piece of gauze was
sewe'd up in abdomen after operation.
March grand jury convened. Will
Clara Merella, 6, died from nervous
shock at "Wesley Hospital. Shock al
leged to have been caused by pres
sure of cast used to straighten limbs.
JUDGE RAPS LABOR AGENCIES
"Employment agencies wrho send
girls to Greek coffee houses should
Tiave their license revoked," Baid
Judge Uhlir when Michael Sopulos, a
coffee house owner was up before
him for contributing to the delin
quency of 17-year-old Lena Baunas.
The case was continued until
WOMEN FLOCK TO PRIMARIES
Through a cold drizzle that carried
threats, of pneumonia, suffrage work
ers motored and tramped today all
over the city in a final effort to swell
the registration of women voters be
fore'the city elections on April 7.
Today was the second and last reg
istration'day. Mrs. Harriette' Taylor
Treadwell, president of the Chicago
Political Equality League, predicts
that 85,000 more women would reg
ister before night, raising the total
registration of women in Chicago to
248,000. At the first registration day
before the primaries, 158,000 women
placed their names on' the books.
BOMB THROWN IN LITTLE ITALY
Bomb warfare in "Little Italy" was
renewed early today when a shell was
hurled agairist the window of the. gro
cery of Micholas Pigano, 912 Larra
bee street. The bomb failed to ex-,
plode properly, but set fire to the
building and a colored family livine
on the second floor was rescued by
Pigano told detectives that he re
ceived a Black Hand letter demand
ing $2,000 a few weeks ago. He se
cretly moved his family from the
rooms above the grocery to another
part of the city.
DYNAMITERS MAY GET DELAY
The United States Circuit Court of
Appeals here may not issue a man
date, recommitting dynamiters whose
conviction was affirmed by the Su
preme Court, to Ft. "Leavenworth for
several weeks, court officials say.
The government's petition for a re
hearing on the appeals of three of
the convicted men who were granted
new trials by the circuit court several
weeks ago, is still pending. It is not
believed that the committment order
will be entered until this petition is