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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FfcRM
Municipal Voters' League endorsed
three women' candidates for alder
Mrs. E.- R. Carpenter, 60, 410 N.
Paulina St., bookkeeper, killed by C,
M. & St, P. train. "
Lillian Charzat, 8, 7800 aMryland
av., missing, Last seen talking to
strange man and woman.
School site quiz to wait until con
troversy between ousted members
and board .of education is settled.
Fred Veetel, 4830 Justine st., ate
fried dog's heart. Dead. Coroner's
verdict heart disease.
879 swindlers captured by Pinker
ton bank agency. Mostly amateurs.
Many not prosecuted.
Jurors in federal case refused to
work Sunday. Judge Carpenter had
to leave concert to get midnight ver
dict.. Jacob Harwich, policeman, re-wed
former wife few days before death
so woman could be beneficiary of po
Daisy Young, -negress, 2918 S. La
Salle st, held as highwayman. Po
lice claim she participated in 20 robberies.
Joseph Criffen, 22, and Joseph Mo
resco, 22, given 2 years in pen for
robbing postal station.
George Voss, paroled convict, ar
rested for robbing William O'Connell,
Lockport, $180. Voss will be return
ed to Joliet.
William H. Thomas, Jr., 18, 3350
S. Paulina St., "model young man,"
Carl Kowalski, 157 N. Learqington
av., killed in Hines Lumber Yards,
333 N. Lavergne av. Pile of lumber
fell, crushing him.
Home of H. Hansen, 1655 N.
Maplewood av., raided. .Family drug
ged. $50 taken.
$30,000 reward offered by "Great
Northern railroad for capture of
George E. Ball and Harry Mathews.
Men held up train in Washington
Feb. 20, killing several people. -
John F. Jelke and nine associates
convicted of oleo fraud want new
Michael Roczkowez, 1444 W. Grand
av., fined $50. Gambling house. 11
inmates fined $1.
71 policem'en took tests for lieuten
ant of police.
Will of Charles M. Turner filed.
Widow gets $120,000 estate.
Aman Moomjain, 22, 210 W. Whit
ing st, slashed Mrs. Saranoush
Moomjain, sister-in-law, and V. Boya
jain. Suicided. Others will recover.
Albert Russ, policeman who shot
and killed 16-year-old Joseph Saman
ski, exonerated by coroner's jury.
Mayor Harrison claims traction
companies are paying for sunshine
posters in anti-subway campaign,
Ernest Dettman, 51, 916 Fullerton
av., missing. Had $400 on person. '
Peter Brown locked up for alleged
bigamy. Tried to have one wife here
and one in Detroit.
Trial of Maude Oberg, 20, for mur
der of Edward Precher, 22, begun.
Four citizens thrown from Brook
field cars for refusal to pay extra
fare. One hurt. Persons ejected
threaten $50,000 damage suit.
Babies' week April 19. Movies,
electric signs and billboards' to be
used in health campaign.
William J. Wood, 334 S. Hamlin
St., gave up 14-year-old son rather
than have marriage with second wife
annulled. First wife released from
asylum claimed divorce was unlaw
United States leads in murders ac
cording to Judge Kavanagh. 85,000
killed in 10 years. Our prison popu
lation greatest in world.
Moral squad after buffet flats.
Clifford Perry, chauffeur, held in con
nection with places.
Relatives of Mrs. Elizabeth M.
Skeen want to break will. Claim wo
man was unduly influenced.
Frame house on Artesian street
burned to ground while fire engine