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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Robert L. Friendly and Charles B.
Swett plead guilty to taking records
from John Magnus & Co. Judgment
'32,035,000 estate of Henry M.
Hooker goes to daughters.
W. E. Whitehead, agent for Stan
dard Home Company, neld to grand
jury for operating confidence game.
C. I. Hendnck3, president and di
rector of Merchant's Reserve Life In
surance Company, under fire. $14,000
shortage being investigated.
18-year-old "Raffles" sought by po
lice. Well-dressed burglar speaks sev
eral languages and has gotten $2,000
Dramage trustees had weekly row.
Criticism of women in political week
ly cause of yesterday's battle.
Bridewell contract system ended.
Prisoners to work for city. Mdy be
employed on streets and in garbage
Joseph Tempel, 15, and Henry Mez
zano, 18, held to grand jury in con
nection with murder of Agelaus Spil
iotes. Miss Inez Pickering, nurse at Coun
ty Hospital, dropped pot of cocoa.
Head, feet and hands severely burned.
Illinois Central Railroad to build
$400,000 hospital near Jackson Park.
Miss Abie Williams, nurse at St.
Luke's Hospital, eloped with Capt
James Alexander, English millionaire.
Alexander fell in love with nurse
while in hospital.
Louis Abrahams sentenced to six
months in Bridewell and given $100
for taking Mrs. Mary Foxe's purse
while woman was praying.
Jacob M. Berz, 47758 Princeton av.t
accused by Phillip Moeller, 4462
Princeton av., of attempting to mis
treat 12-year-old daughter. Suicided.
Mrs. Fannie Epstein, 820 S. Marsh
field av., held for theft. Alleged to
have taken $245 worth ofjewels from
Cyrus Landon, 2015 W. Adams st.
Body of baby girl found crammed
In shoe box in Graceland, Cemetery.
Body of man taken from lake off
Belmont av. May be one of three men
drowned at Lawrence av. crib.
Earl Hukeil, who was shot March
8 in saloon fight, died at Alexian Hos
pital. Auto crashed into building 4043
Greenview av. Machine demolished.
Joy riders fled.
A May-day parade will be held
Sunday. It starts at 1 o'clock from
12th st -and Ashland av. and is un
der the auspices of the Jewish Coun
cil and other branches of the Social
Illinois suffragists near split. Wo
men divided on national program for
William W. Willis, 729 E. 87th st,
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 W. 13th st, had
two beaus. Couldn't decide. Three
armed men bound and gagged her
and turned on gas. Revived. Jake
Steinfield, jealous suitor, blamed.
Oak Park "L" given four months
to raise tracks. Failure to submit
plans by July 1 will stop operation
Railroads refused to pay county
tax. 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
of 24 3. WggIc "
Body of Harry M. Lent 2823 War
ren av., found in lake. Disappeared
Mm. Schumann-Heink, opera
I singer, assailed, by hubby In divorce