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representing hirnself as single
man when arrested.
Police will make- thorough in
vestigation into Butlerls past.
Suspect he may have played same
game on other women.
Whenever Mayor Andy "Law
rence Harrison cannot think of
anything else to do, he urges im
mediate action on subway plans.
He's doing it again.
Instead "" of worrying about
subway plans, which seem as far
away as when first talked of, Har
rison might busy himself seeing
to it that the car men get their
just deniand for a living wage.
Mrs. Leander Stone, '81, friend
of the friendless and enemy of
legalized vice, died yesterday at
her home, 3352 Indiana av. Pneu
monia. Rev. Thos. Griffin, Chicago
Apostolic mission, 219 E. 22d St.,
caused arrest of Rev. Rudolph
Cornez, evangelistic worker in
According to Griffin, Cornez
was jealous of his work and for
thatyreason threw bricks through
the window of his 22d st. mission.
Mrs. May Dorf came from
New York to find Jiusband. Saw
him at Milwaukee av. 'and Girard
st. Had him arrested Married
two years ago. Parted last March.
Four boys, all 16 years old, es
caped from Juvenile Home, 771
Ewing st, by fire escape. Attend
ants gave chase, but were no
match for the kids.
Sam Listrom, 1500 Holt av.,
and JohaLind, 1366 Hudson av.,
both badly injured when scaffold
at 5623 Sheridan road, on which
they were working, collapsed.
Two taxpayers have asked that
West .Chicago park commission
ers be restrained from erecting
fieldhouse in Small Park No. 5 at
cost of $200,000.
SmallPark No. 5 is bounded by
Cleaver,, Bradley, Noble and
Blackhawk sts. The two taxpay
ers are Frank Zagrelski and An
ZagrelsTri and Klimek contend
that use of public funds by park
commissioners for fieldhouses in
parks is not authorized under the
Irving Lipman, 19, arrested
Saturday on complaint of father
for falsely swearing to marriage
license, discharged by Judge
Blake when father refused to
Liprnan's 17-year-old wife, for
merly Marie Andrfe, was in court
during proceedings, and perhaps
her tears touched the elder Lip
Hattie Biers, trained nurse, 35,
attempted suicide by turning on
gas in her home at 1645 Park av.
Revived. Fourth attempt.
Mrs. Marie Gillett, 840 S. Cen
ter av., instaritly killed by I. C.
freight train at Proviso. Cross
ing tracks to board train home.
Stephen Bodga sentenced to
live in Joliet for rest of his life by
Judge Sabath. Bodga's home
there. Came to Chicago, and got
drunk. Will be returned by offi
cer, without care.
F. E. Ward, 1612 S. Michigan
av., tried to stab Detective Schu
bert when arrested at State and
Van Buren on, pandering charge