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under peace bond for annoying wo
man. Loneliness and temporary insanity
coroner's verdict in Pearl Conners'
Miss Dorothy Forrest, 23, 4008
Grand blvd., recovering from over
dose of chloroform, denies suicide in
Manley Bloomgren, 3 W. Walton
pi., ind J. p. Philips, Oak Park, ar
rested as alleged "mashers."
Ten policewomen detailed to rail
road station duty.
Hugh Francis held for grand jury
for using mails to defraud. Alleged
to have sent fake orders to Ann by
whom he .was employed.
Charles C. Fitzmorris, secretary to
Mayor Harrison, denies forcing ball
tickets on city employes
Charles Dank, 8361 Burley av.,
quarreled with conductor on 12th st.
car. Pushed off. Right leg broken.
Judge Newcomer placed purse-on
railing of Continental Trust and
Commercial Savings Bank. Turned
round. Purse missing.
James A. Sherman, 72, missing
Civil "War veteran, found (in Soldiers'
Three-day-old baby boy found on
sidewalk of 179 W. Water st.
J. E. Ingram, attorney, Title and
Trust Building, bankrupt. $66,646.
Immigration authorities may de
port Louis Miller, owner of alleged
dive in S. Chicago.
Albert Seizer, 1407 Solon pi., chauf
feur, exonerated in death of Adam
Nyka, 9, boy hit by auto truck Satur
day. One hundred girls routed when fire
attacked Central Union building, 368
W Madison st
William -Hong, 7232 S. Halsted st.,
Chinese laundryman, anonyed by
boys. Fired se'evral shots. Arrested.
Harry Bowler defendant in two.an
nulment suits. Both women claim he
already .had wife.
Vida Hagen, housemaid, to see
baby daughter first time in three
yearg. 'Judge Landis " forced doctor
who grabbed child to give name of
Insurance commissioner will not
reopen Old Colony Life Insurance Co.
quiz. Charges of non-payment oft
lapsed policies said to have been de
proved. J. Kesselhutt, 5044 W. Fulton st.,
dropped dead while pushing truck in
N. Water st.
Samuel Spengloffsky, 10, 1115 S.
Loomis st., cut in cheek and hip by
Bennie Bennoffsky, 11. Sammy taken
Still one juror needed to complete
the Barrett-Friedman jury.
JUDGE ADVISES ACTION AGAINST
New York, April 7. After hearing"
the evidence of the police who arrest
ed "Wild Joe" O'Carroll, I. W. W.
leader, and eight other men in Union
Square Saturday, and then hearing
O'Carroll's story, Magistrate Freschi
released O'Carroll and suggested that
his attorney take action againstj the
officers who assaulted him.
"Men have a right to assemhle law
fully," said Magistrate Freschi. "So
far as the evidence goes O'Carroll
was behaving lawfully."
O'Carroll and the witnesses who
testified in his behalf said that when
he arrived at Union Square and saw
the Central Federated Union meetingt
in progress he started to leave. Pa
trolman Dawson and McGannon then
appeared and arrested jO'CarrolL
clubbing him brutally. Mrs. Reba
Edelson -said she placed her arms
about his head in an, effort to protect
him from the blows of the police. r
MANY RESCUED IN FIRE :
Thrilling rescues marked an earlyi
morning fire in a four-story apart-
ment building, 4431 Lake Park ave-t
nue. Damage $20,000. S. L. Wade,
80, an invalid, and one of the organ
izers of the Modern Woodmen oft
America, was carried down a fire es.-j
cape from the third floors