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Monday for the benefit of Mrs. Ger
trude Howe Britton.
Manager of Roy-Jones' cafe gone.
Bartender says business does not pay.
$27,000 place may close for good.
Fred Bolt, 16, 506 W. 103d st., ex
onerated. Shot brother. Coroner's
Abolition of committee on sites
recommended by chairman of inves
tigation committee of school board.
Open meetings advocated.
Frances Vander, 17, 2122 Green
wich av., found in Union passenger
station. Runaway. Taken home.
Maxwell street open mart swept
by wind. Miniature tornado sent
chickens, dress goods and fish flying.
Traffic delayed on C. & E. I. Rail
road. Box car overturned by wind
near Dunn, Ind. Farm buildings
Municipal Court judges uphold
movie censorship. Claim "cut outs"
by Funkhouser were school of crime.
Bond of Frank D. Danisch, clerk
Municipal Court, increased from $50,
000 to $100,000.
Health Commissioner Young or
dered strict enforcement of city milk
ordinance. Dealers must install pas
teurizers or quit business.
Suit against Lt.-Gov. Barratt
O'Hara for $32.50 and interest by O.
A. Samuels continued until May 8.
O'Hara claims note was paid, but not
Samuel Block will speak at the I.
W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted st,
Sunday, April 26, 8 p. m. Subject:
"War and the Working Class."
William Gabriel, 60, 9919 Exchange
av., suicided. Gas. Broken-hearted
because unable to support wife.
Mrs. Elizabeth Horan fined for as
saulting Floy Watrous, school teach
er, Lake Bluff. Woman was angry
because teacher chastized impudent
Aft'y Charles F. Hills, alleged to be
interested in. conspiracy to save'Thos.
and Jos. Flammery and Thos. Sulli
van from prosecution, ordered to ap
pear in court. Faces contempt charge.
Ernest F. Miller, Oak Park, charged
with perjury. Alleged to have given
false testimony in $7,000 loan suit
Police Lieut. Timothy T. Cullinan
exonerated in death of Carl Dodge.
Dodge's skull was fractured while
struggling with officer in saloon.
Orchestra Hall elased as movie
house. Rent $5,000 a month.
No trace of missing $65,000 gems
found. Jeweler's salesman repeated
story of loss at detective bureau.
John Oram, charged with assault
ing James McGuire, released on own
bond. Will be given sanity test
Barney Conway and Edward
Stearns charged with violating Mann
act Alleged to have brought Sophia
Patzwald from Milwaukee for immor
James P. Houlihan, motorman,
2425 W. Superior st, and George
Kroll, 1445 W. Augusta st, injured
when cars collided on Milwaukee av.
Houlihan may die.
Report on civil service commission
on charges of incompetency and lazi
ness of 4 bridge rapir foreman will be
Case of Miss E. L. Campbell on
charge of assault with auto continued ,
until May 5. Women's auto struck
two inmates of Illinois Home for
Three half-starved boys, 12, 10 and
5 years old, sought Have been beg
ging in western part of city.
Robber entered St. Kilian's Churchr
87th and Aberdeen sts. Rev. J. J.
Green grappled with him. Thief flecfr
John Klunk, 3243 Crystal av.
struck by C, M. & St. P. train. Con
Mrs. Cecelia Johnson, 25, 3247
Craft st, suicided. Bichloride of
Attractive young woman asked for
hat at Mrs. Hortense Bates' store;
2743 N. Clark st Milliner went to""
get it Girl left $79 and some jewels
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