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GLEASON GETS LETTER FROM
HOYNE IN HENAGOW CASE
State's Attorney Hoyne yesterday
made good his boast that he would
make specific chargesJgainst police
officers of the Twenty-second street
station, whom he accused of trying
to cover up the killing of Isaac Hena
gow in Roy Jones' cafe. To support
his charges he yesterday sent a let
ter to Chief of Police Gleason.
The letter, in part, was as follows:
"My investigation discloses the fol
lowing facts with reference to the po
lice: "Henagow was shot in Roy Jones'
saloon. I have eyewitnesses to the
shooting. Shortly after the shooting
two uniformed'police officers and two
plain clothes officers who came wjth
the ambulance or the policg patrol
wagon,- carried Henagow from the
upper floor of oJnes' cafe to the wait
ing vehicle. Lates the same evening
a plain clothes officer from the Twenty-second
street police station visit
ed the scene of the shooting and
talked with the witnesses.
"April 9 a number of the employes
of Roy Jones' saloon were taken to
the Twenty-second street police sta-,
tion and confronted with Captain
Ryan and other pojice officers. Some
of the employes were requested to
swear to statements before a notary
public that the shooting occurred on
the sidewalk. The same day an an
nouncement was made, according to
the newspapers, that Captain Ryan
. gave out a statement that Henagow
was shot outside of the cafe oh the
"Thursday night, April 9, Charles
Erbstein, attorney for Henagow's as
sailant, appeared in Jones' cafe and
interviewed the various employes
who were witnesses of the occur
rence. "I do not naturally want to pro
duce any of ,niy witnesses at a hear
ing before the trial board or any
other board until the criminal case
has been concluded. I take it that
the police' officers who participated -in
any of the occurrences detailed
CALENDAR GIRL" WANTS I
The pretty face of Marjorie Ham
ilton, "the calendar girl," once more
adorns the newspapers. Marjorie is '
the lady who used to pose for the
"before and after I took anti-fat" pic
tures that caused so many unsuspect
ing, elephantine damsels to cough up.
Marjorie now wants a divorce'from.
her second iiusband, Walter Cun
ningham, who is reputed to have
made $700,000 from Marjorie's beau
tiful face and her purported ability
to get thin. The specific reason for
a divorce is that she married Cun
ningham twelve days after her di
vorce from Wm. Kerting, which is a
violation of the Illinois law.
But Marjorie is safd to have 'had
a pretty rough time of it with Cun
ningham since Uncle Sam put the
kibosh on Walter's plan to beat "Wal
lingford" in acquiring all the jay.
money in the country.
Marjorie recently testified in the
celebrated Donahue-Funk conspiracy
case. She said she was asked to
play the same part in the conspiracy
against Clarence Funk afterward as
sumed by Josephine Henning.
Cunningham is now in London.
Marjorie will' return to her Chicago
home at 753 Bittersweet place the
latter art of the week, according to
her attorney. The bill for annul
ment was filed in the Circuit Court
She Lizzie's bloke calls 'er. 'is
peach and the happle of 'is heye. Why
can't you call me things like that?
He Yus, that's very well; but 'e's
in the vegetable business. I'm in the ,
fish trade, remember.
Wash stockings by themselves. To
avoid lint rinse in two or three clear.
you can learn readily the nanies of 1 waters. Hang up by toes,