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CHICAGO DblNGS BRIEFLY TOLD
Police claim to have confession
in Maggiore case that points to
relative as kidnaper on little An
tonio and also being implicated in
feath of boy's older brother,
Michael. The father of the two
boys has also disappeared.
Four trunks of sample jewelry
were stolen today from Parmelee
Wagon in alleyway in rear of
Columbus Memorial bldg., Wash
ington and State. They were to
be delivered to 227 N. Wabash.
Lieut. J. H. Tobin of detective
bureau, testifying before civil
service commission, said he did
not think bureau was held respon
sible for vice or gambling' when
ordered to investigate specific
complaints. Rest of his testimony
tended to place responsibility for
conduct of bureau on Capt. Hunt,
Employes of Chicago Railway
company will hold meeting to
night to consider grievances. Say
'schedules have been cut, and they
are riprimanded when they fail
to make time. Penalties are im
posed for slight infractions of the
Prof. Allan Hoben, Nniversity
of Chicago, says there are sever
al varieties of lie, among them
the society, white, adulterative,
fantastic, etc. No mention made
of the Roosevelt Annanias vari
ety. And how about the lie?
Louis Goldberg, proprietor of a
cafe at 1634 S. State, ejected uni
dentified colored man from his
place. Man returned, shot Gold
berg in arm and leg, and broke
several mirrors. Goldberg return
ed fire, and assailant fled, though
thought to be injured.
Two men were partially frozen
as result of the zero temperature,
and municipal lodging house and
charitable organizations were be
seiged. Warm weather promised
for rest of the month.
Francis Finn, scene shifter at
Colonial Theater, arrested, charg
ed with attacking and stabbing
Detectives Lavin and Kelly.
Paul Babich, 653 W. Madison,
stabbed during brawl in saloon at
18 S. Halsted. Peter Damick, 19
S. Canal, arrested.
Mrs. Josephine Wolfe, 74, in
mate of the Old People's Home,
4744 Vincennes ave., struck and
instantly killed by street cdr at
If Mississippi anti-tipping law
is declared constitutional, similar
bill will be introduced in Illinois
legislature. Law provides fines
for givers and receivers of tips.
Mrs. Fred G. Terven, 1455 E.
45th street, swallowed carbolic
acid. Was dead when husband
reached her. Left note bidding
James O'Brien 2421 W. Mon
roe, and Frank White, 1336 W.
Jackson, severely injured when a
taxi driven by W. E. Railsback,
1515 Ogden ave., struck wagon
on which they were riding at
Madison and California.
Two men posing as detectiyes
"arrested" Albert Carlsin, 104 W.
129th street, took him to room on
S. State near Harrison, and fled
after robbing him of $50. Later