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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
; A May-day -parade will be held
r Sunday. It starts at 1 o'clock from
fl 12th st and Ashland av. and is un-
rA &r tlie ausPces of the Jewish Coun-
; cu and other branches of the Social
- Illinois suffragists near split. Wo
men divided on national program for
! eaual suffrage.
$ William W. Willi?:. 72Q F R7th st..
5 conductor of Seminole Limited, shot
by Mrs. Nellie Higgs, 32, 7410 Ingle
side av. Willis, who was named in
her husband's divorce suit, may die.
Edward Lelaniewski, 10, 2849 N.
Springfield av., played war with Louis
Karasinski, 12. Gun discharged.
National headquarters of American
College of Surgeons may come here.
Location committee favors Chicago.
Rosa Kite, 1045 VV. 13th st., had
two beaus. Couldn't decide. Three
armed men bound and gagged her
and turned on gas. Revived. Jake
Stelnfield, jealous suitor, blamed.
Oak Park "L" given four months
to raise tracko. Failure to submit
plans by July 1 will stop operation
Railroads refused to pay county
ta. Claim 54 cents on $100 valua
tion is too high.
Lieut-Gov. Barratt O'Hara will
speak at the Grace Church open
forum, Wabash av. and 15th St., Sun
day, May 3. Subject: "Hunting a Job
fl.t $4 3. WggIc "
1 Body of Harry M. Lent; 2823 War-
W ren av., found in lake. Disappeared
Harvey A. Dwight, former secre
tary of Dwight Brothers Paper Co.,
adjudged insane. Sent to Dunning.
School Board to appear Judge
Foell's ruling.. Deny his jurisdiction
and right to issue fine.
Mme. Schumann-Heink, opera
singer, assailed by hubby in divorce
hearing. Court refused to make -accusations
part of record.
$500,000 palace to be built by
South Country Club. Chicago
"swells" want huge sun parlor and
Mayor Harrison to question Chief
Gleason about Henagow killing. Will
make effort to learn if police tried
to cover up murder.
Major Funkhouser must prove
right to censor movies. Manufac
turers question his legal right to pass
Seven of the policemen disciplined
for complaining of treatment trans
ferred back to traffic squad. Com
mittee of police who acted for com
panions promised to be good.
George Barr, John McMahon and
Jack Boes given one year to life for
robbing three of John R. Thompson's
Richard O. Hoops, 4433 Indiana av.,
and Mrs. H. J. Millet arrested at Kais
erhof Hotel. Paul J. Motz, former
husband of women, complainant
Fred D. Buck, 214 N. Kildare av.,
brandished finger in face of Louis
Weber, 401 N. Peoria st. Louis bit.
Fined $5 and costs.
Council committee on city expen
ditures ended. Mayor claims politics
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Loudenback su
ing each other on statutory grounds.
Possession of child cause of cross
Charles Olson, member fire truck
No 9, injured stopping runaway.
James Connerly, driver of wagon,
Miss "September Morn'.' again in
court. Corporation counsel objects to
Although 75 men have been exam
ined no jurors have been accepted in
vote fraud trial.
Fifteen injured in street car crash
at Cottage Grove av. and E. 108th st
Investigators at County Hospital
charge that city employes obtained
Louis Abrahams sentenced to six
months in Bridewell and given $100
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