Newspaper Page Text
WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Jack Robbins, organizer of Last-Mrs. Edna. Edwards, by whom she
Chance Boys' Club, seeking pardon
for Herman Coppes, youngest "lifer."
Coppes, 15 next Wednesday,' is in pen
for triple murder.
Affidavits declaring uniformed po
liceman circulated second petition for
license for Bristol Cafe to be sent to
Total registration 693,624. Women
Dr. Boyce W. Knight, 1042 Argyle
av., arrested. Alleged bigamy. Re
leased on bond,
Third Ward Civic League'will meet
at Forestville Public School, 45th st.
and Lawrence a v., Frjday, March 20,
at 8 p. m.
Chi. Plan Commission approved
new Pennsylvania terminal measure.
Will urge council to pass ordinance.
Man believed to be John Lipare,
880 Milton av., shot and killed by two
men on Larrabee st. "Black Hand"
suspected. John Bavano held as as
sailant. Dr. Frances Dickinson will speak at
Grace Church open forum, Wabash
av. and 15th st., Sunday evening,
March 22. Subject: "Social Injustice
at the Beginning."
Mrs. Charlotte N. Condict, in di
vorce suit, claimed hubby tried to
turn daughter against her.
Miss Harriet Vittum will speak be
fore Workers' Suffrage Alliance at
Smith Hall, Hull House, Friday,
March 20, 8 p. m.
27,000 floppers accommodated and
17,000 meals served in two months at
new Rufus Dawes Hotel. Deficit for
Mrs. Harriet Janney, grandmother1
of Virginia Ford, 3, .the million-dollar
i baby, won fight over custody of child.
Got away on habeas corpus writ be
fore father of child arrived.
Columbia Amusement Co. fined
$2,500 for receiving rebates for trans
portation of theatrical companies.
Jrene Sullivan, 19, charged with
taking $40 worth of jewelry from
was employed, paroled. Girl made
serious charge against John A. Ed
wards, employer's husband.
A. L. Griffeths has filed $50 claim
against county. Lost overcoat while
acting as juror. Claim may be al-1
Joseph Fremmel, 18, 7443 Langleyi
av., held for grand- jury. Alleged to
have attacked 6-year-old daughter of i
William C. Aldridgge.
Will of Daniel Ackerman filed. I
$93,000 goes to widow and children, i
Charles G. Swanson, 19, motor-;
man Madison st. car, mobbed. Pas-t
sengers- objected to speed of car. Pa-;
trolman saved motonnan from vio-i
Jacob Ludolph, 340 W. 31st st.,,
seriously injured when roof of build-(
ing, 313 W. 29th st., caved in. Res-J
cued by firemen. f
First shipment of Chinese eggs ar-t
rived. Offered at 12cents. Few takers. :
Joseph Schultz, 2106 Frankfort st.,t
robbed by two men. Lost $13 5. -
James Miller, Edgewood, III., rob-
bed on street car. $57.
George H. Hueske, 3235 E. 92d st.,
shot self twice. Ill health. Will re-'
Thomas P. Keyes, 46, 35 S. Dear-?
"born st., held as confidence man. Re-1
leased on bond's. i
Victor Janda, artist, suicided. Gas.i
Edwin Bell, 19, 1125 Hyde Park?
blvd.; George Weiss, 17, 8818 Mus
kegon av., and Matthew Snyder, 8819
Houston av., arrested. Alleged to have
taken auto from Centaur Motor Co. .
Canadian nickel and penny only '
cash assets found by bankruptcy ref- '
eree in John W. Worthington bank. I
Unidentified man, about 50, jumped -into
river at Ashland av. bridge. Body ,
Mrs. Mabel DeMar, 17, 6124 Justine
st., quarreled with hubby. Took '
poison. Will recover. '
Dr. E. N. Flint, 322 S. State st., "al
leged quack," discharged. Two pa--