LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOJD FORM
Dn Paul E. KeUy, 4650 N. Ked
ie, whp was shot yesterday by
Thomas L. Reevebroker, will re
cover". Reeve s&d doctor had
broken up his home. Mrs. Reeve
admitted) she and Kelly were
friendly, and that he had written
her letters. Reeve arrested. ,
Women's"Trades Union League
and Chicago Woman's Club has
called mass meeting for May 6 in
Northwestern University build
ing to perfect plans for campaign
to obtain Saturday half holidays
for women workers in loop.
jlDora Holmes, 2229 Prairie'ave.,
and Jane Morr, 17-year-olji ward
of Juvenile court, testified before
Judge Fry that Exchange Hotel,
22 E. Van Turen "street, was
headquarters for opium smojcers.
Thomas. NewbolcL. proprietor,
charged with running disorderly
house.. Place ratded-Feb. 11.
Peter Bandico, 4, fell from the
fourthstpry windowof his home,
Polk-and penter streets. Rushed
tp, hospital 'No bones broken.
' Edgar Elkins, alias Edgar
Nash, fortune teller, 12,10 Michi
gan aye., arrested im Ottawa, la.
Will he returned here "charged
of swindling" -Edward " Gross, a
bafber, out of $600. - ', ,
D. A. Georhapdt, chauffeur,
overcome by gasoline-fumes w.hile
working under auto at Rush and
Ontario streets. Revived
Arthur Scharf and Hank Smith
both about 35, found uncoqscipusv
in gas filled! room, 316 S. Hajsted.
Atfemptedsuicide. Both dying.
Prank Hill, (jO, arretted 'in loop
department store as shoplifter.
Phillip J. Hurley, 18, son of
railroad official, 1849 S. Central
Park ave , committed suicide in
Three bandits attempted to-rob
drug store pf H. C. Stigall, 5301
Evanston aye. 'Fled insauto aftef
revolver battle with proprietor.
Thought to be same men who
robbed several other places ort
North Side last night.
P. Gustorano, 448 Orleans
street, struck and severety injur
ed by street car at N. t Franklin
and W. Chicago ave.
Mrs. Mary Alice Glenn, 533
Belden ave., killed in fall from
moving Clark street car at Belden
,EUa Hoganson, 7, ,5402 S. Ld
Salle street, attacked by well i
dressed man in hallway adjoinr
ing her home. Police searching
Edward Hicks, whov declared
there is no honest lawyer in the
wbjld, and who argued his awn
motion for new trial after being
convicted of-murder, sentenced
to life imprisonment.
Clyde C. Vander Maaten, theo
logical student ,was to have been
ordained last nigtft, but stayed
awjiy and got married
Eward J. Morris, 19, and John
Crowley, 18, who fled from N. Y.
after stealing $5,000 from Bank
ers' Tjust Company, were ar
rested here last nfeht. Thev
Lplanned world trip.
JPour qurglanesj'were commit
ted" in Ertglegpoll last night,
$1,Q25 in jewels' besides clothing
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