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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Calgari Barti and Frank Palite cap
tured after pistol battle. Men were
raiding pawnshop at 675 N. Clark st.
State has rested in Koetter's trial.
Defense claims Mrs.lfraftvas in Cin
cinnati when prosecution claims she
left city. Koetters to take stand.
Ten grains of arsenic found in
candy sent to Mrs. Pearl Bell. Mrs.
Bell's condition is- serious.
City Hall employes want more pay.
Junior stenographers demand exam
inations for better positions.
Solon Gold, 31, 229 E. 51st st.,
held for alleged confidence game.
Max Geltner, 515 E. 46th St., com
plainant. lyiiss Antonio Dembro, 712 Abe&
deen st, hit by taxi. Slightly hurt.
Mrs. Kellogg Fairbank to head suf
fragist parade May 2.
$600,000 sewer contracts may be
tied up if brick passers' strike is not
Window smashers wrecked Paul
Riccio's butcher shop, 1207 Grand av.
Revenge believed motive.
Four men grabbed aijto belonging
to Frank Hazelton, Grove River.- Po
lice fired at them. Robbers got away.
Man called at dressmaking estab
lishment of Mrs. Cora M. Marshall,
310 N. Central av., to wait for wo
man. Left alone by dressmaker. Got
away with $100.
Harry A. Lipsky denies school site
tips. Defends Congressman Sabath.
Joseph Kamerman, 18, 1972 119th
st., electrocuted. Grabbed chain at
tached to electric arc lamp while roll
Permit for "Drug Terror" recalled
by Funkhouser because film was
shown to children.
Four missing girls sought by po
lice. Ages ranges from 14 to 19.
City council may settle brickmak-'
era' strike to avoid building trade tie
up. John W. Kelchner, former clergy
man and would-be financier, gone.
Many bills left behind.
Michael Tully, saloonkeeper, filed
$50,000 suit against John H. Lyle, En
glewood Law and . Order - League.
Bases action on article published in
newspapers when he tried to open
saloon at 5856 S. Halsted st.
Work on new contagious disease
hospital, 31st and Marshall blvd., will
be started today.
Morris Cohen, 1313 W. 12th ,sW
wealthy hardware dealer, put on pro
bation- for having his 3 young chil
dren peddling gum on street.
Buildings at 2823 S. Kedzie av.,
and 2949 Washington blvd. struckby
lightning. Little damage.
Miss Lorine Applegate, 24, actress,
put on probation. Was charged with
contributing- to delinquency of 16-year-old
Mrs. Annie Azombek, 864 Orleans
St., held for murder of baby. Alleged
to have burned child in stove.
New terminal suggested for Dear
born station. Place called nuisance. "
Officers and- collectors of defunct
TJnited Police subpoenaed before
grand jury. Must tell what happened
to $66,000 "slush" fund.
U. S. Commissioner Mark A. Foote
reported missing. Friends fear nerv
D. E. Richards, 3402 Flournoy st.,
arrested. Wanted in Detroit for
Theodore Roosevelt, 375 Dallas,
Tex., sought-by police as army de
serter.. Cpv. Dunne to reward convicts wtio
work on roads. Will reduce terms of.
men building highways. '-
Reorganization ordinance may kill
police wage increase. Clerk's error
Rev, J. W. Sherman, 1949 Eddy st,
arraigned in speeders' 'court. Dis- v
charged with warning.
Codfried-Ryff, private coachman of
President McKinley, insane. Sent to
, LeolCleason ,17, 1142 55th st,
wanted excitement Set. fire to six: