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CHICAGO DOINGS BRIEFLY TOLD
Gov. Judson Harmon has can
celled his . Chicago engagement
for next Saturday
Horatio O.. Stone, real estate
man, who died recently, left en
'tire estate, $500,000, to his wife.
Royal Kreisement, 14, 3213 Os
goqd St., and Harvey Havelfedt,
15, 3217 Osgood st.,jconfessed to
7 burglaries on North Side. '
Mrs. Margaret Cunningham,
65, fined $85 for disorderly con
duct on husband's complaint.
Been arrjested 20 times.
- Mrs. Katherine LaBow, 1251
N. Irving avev who together with
A. R. Fifer, was "arrested in
Hotel Sherman, March 29, was
discharged yesterday. Husband'
refused to prosecute.
Colin Stewart, arrested for at
tempting to kidnap Alice Vdn 01
hausen, 5. J
Mrs. Mary Collins, 18, 733 W.
47th st., attempted to end life by
gas. Revived by pulmotor. Hus
band and brother-in-law in jail
If Jacob W. Bolotin passes ex
amination today you can have a
'blind surgeon operate on you 'if
you chose to.
Ellsworth B. Overshiner, tele
phone magnate, former president
Swedish - American Telephone.
Co., sued fdr divorce. Cruelty
and indiscretions -with chorus
girls. Overshiner blames mother-1
Theodore PetersQn, 2906 W.
North aye., charged with wife
abandonment, , tells court he's
afraid to go home because the
"old lady" will Whip him.. .,,.
Janet Miller, daughter of Johh:
S. Miller, 1443 Ator st., thrown,
from 'riding horse. Minorirr-"
juries. ; , J
Entire estate of H. H. Honor);,
jr., valued at $l'l7,000, left to
George 'Scott held at. Shakes
peare Av,e. station. Struck Anna
Falkenberg, 15 with auto Tues
Fred Beisswahger, forme- jus
tice of peace, Niles, J1L, arrested
for larceny, discharged. Peter
Ritter von Borcza,claimin,gjtO'be
Polish' count, gave him $100 to
secure American heiress for him.
Can't say that we're sorry for
John Algots, superintendent of
small parks, tried for neglect of
duty and inefficiency, found
Erwhi Gl Lewy, jewelef , victim
of Titanic, leaves estate of $50,
000, of which $30,000 is insur
ance. . ' t K
Jas. Lawrence. Huston, charg
ed with swindling, blames
"money - mania" for downfal.
That's a popular little reasoriNfor
Harrison has just discovered,
what nearly every other person-in
Chicago discovered "weeks ago,
that there is entirely too' much
gambling in town, and with great
bluster- announces that he will
clamp the lid down,, even if he has
to 'fire the entire police depart
ment. That's about the hun
dredth time Carter has decided to g
clean, out the department
Jos. D. Gaveia and Simeon,