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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Trial of musicians arrested
June 4 for advertising Hearst and
Andy Lawrence as enemies'of la
bor postponed because of illness
of Judge Hopkins.
John Sheehan, bartender, Tom
Sheehan, his brother and John
Pendergrist, customer, locked up
in ice box by three bandits
who" robbed saloon at 4158 Ash
land ave. of $40. Three hours
before they got out. .
Ladies' Auxiliary International
Association of Machinists have
notified Siegel, Cooper & Co., that
they wilj. not patronize stores
which advertise in trust news
newspapers. After running pistol duel with
police in patrol wagon, bandit
who held up two men in cafe of
Geo. Meyer, 3535 Irving Park
Apartments of Mrs. Frances
Johnson, 1222 W. Jackson blvd.,
raided because of complaints of
neighbors of too much gaiety.
Mrs. Johnson arrested.
Antonio Bukalo, 8, missing
from home 471 W. Huron st.
Father got Black Hand letter re
cently. Boy believed kidnaped.
Margaret Schulze, 1357 Hud
sqn ave., missing. Thought to
have run away to go on stage.
W. A. Rake, judge of election
at April primary, turned in re
ceipt for wages with "$5 for 24
hours' hard labor" written across
Son of Judge R. J. Moody, Rus
sellville, Ala., missing. Last heard
of at 610 S. State st.
Mrs. Elizabeth Westover, wife J jumped bqnd.
of Joseph H. Westover, 1009
Chamber of Commerce bldg., dis
charged by Court of the Insane
after being held at Detention
Hospital for week.
Robert Steala, loan shade or
dered to appear before Federal
Judge Landis on perjury charge.
Swore falselv in usury charere
Abe Frank sold "money mak
ing machine" to Mrs.v Esther
Bernstein,, widow, 633 W. 13th
st., for $325, all her savings. Jury
in Judge Kersten's court recom
mended he get the limit 10 years
Harry McCoy, 21, bellboy, 72S
La Salle av., held oh suspicion "of
white slavery. His 19-year-old
wife Margaret will testify against
City Detective Harry J. Laving
while drunk, shot Louis Bernard,
3231 W. Madison st., in the arm.
Lavin had been sleeping in Ber
nard's store. Bernard tried to
get him out at closing time.
Police at first declared that La
vin shot Bernard while Bernard
was trying to resist arrest, but
couldn't get away with that story.
If Lavin were a citizen, he prob
ably would go to the pen for
shooting Bernard; being a detec
tive, he probably only will have
his star taken from him for a
month or so.
Chas. B. Mathony, fugitive
from justice, arrested at home of
father, 1020 Oakdale ave. In
dicted year ago on charge of Kate
Mueller, 14, 1254 Nelson st, and