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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Lorenzo Acques, brother of James
Acques, restaurant owner murdered
last Monday night, will be put on trial
for arson tomorrow. Says he knows
who killed brother and will see that
he is punished. Nicholas and An
thony Desamone and Leonard!, sus
pects, still sought by police.
Relatives of Miss Martin Winther,
whose hody was found hanging to
fence in Oak Forest,, demand police
make thorough investigation. Do not
believe she committed suicide. Cor
oner's officers believe she " hanged
Police asked to search for James
Carr, Chicago Heights, who disap
peared six weeks ago after turning
property into cash. His sister, Mrs.
Ada Sturr, 1153 Webster av., Chi
cago, said she believed he had been
murdered. Charges he was beaten
by relatives of his wife and two other
men a month before his disappear
ance . Says relatives demanded he
George Morissey,' 17, 2735 Gladys
av., and Peter-Duffy,' 17, 908 Orleans
st, arrested, charged with opening
gum machine at North and Clybourn
avs., and taking pennies. Both are
said to have escaped from Juvenile
Charles Deere, 3653 Emerald av.,
and Edward Kenealy, 1915 S. Avers
av., injured when Parmalee express
wagon on which they .were riding
was struck by Wentworth av. car at
Polk and Clarks sts. Both cut and
Stacia Crvsia, 7, 1535 Elston av.,
knocked down and bruised by auto
driven by Lambert Cox, 802 N. Fran
klin st, at North and Elston avs.
Chair ran" from behind street car in
Henry Albert, 62, 3848 N. Seeley
av., committed suicide by gas. His
daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. Charles Rohde, four-year-old
daughter, Amy, and Albert's wife,
went to picnic without him. Mrs.
Rohde and daughter almost over
come when they entered house. Call
ed to Rohde. He lighted match and
explosion blew out side of house.
Members of family severely burned.
Mrs. Belle Peterson, 27, 2014 W.
Adams st, swallowed four grains of
bichloride of- mercury. County Hos
pital, with little chance of recovery.
Despondent for several weeks.
Two autos crashed together at Ful
lerton and Racine avs. One over
turned. Albert Kraft, 4422 Belden
av.; Jacob Kraft, his father; Mrs.
Caroline Kraft, his mother, and John
Thomasfi occupants of machine, not
hurt. Thomas Mallon, 9020 Erie av.,
S. Chicago, driver of second car, es
Miss Susan Stoll, 362 E.. 30th st.,
knocked down and seriously injured
by horse attached to wagon of Liv
ingston Baking Co., 4146 S. Wabash
av. Woman suffered fractured right
leg and shoulder blade and internal
injuries. David Ammett, driver, not
Yeggmen dynamited two office
safes in Botsford bldg., 34 W. Lake
st., escaping with $700. Climbed fire
escapes to offices of third and fifth,
Mrs. May Boudin, who says she is
wife of St. Paul real estate broker,
asked for parole when arraigned be
fore Judge Williams on charge of
shoplifting from department stores.
Pleaded it was first offense and she
was mother of two small children
Detective bureau will investigate to
see if she has been arrested before.
Warner Ome, 222 Lunt av., and W.
B. Akeley, 2216 Lunt av., painfully
injured when thrown from auto near
Wheeling, m., after collision with joy
ride auto that kept on going.
Male passengers voted iri favor of
women who wanted to smoke on
trans-pontinental train .bound for
S. E. De Lance, alias Robert Ly
ons, alias Roy. De Lancey, arrested,