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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Joseph Tinker, manager of Chifeds,
sued for $25. Theodore Case wanted
payment for dog promised as gift.
"Tinker proved "purp" died before he
saw it. Case non-suited.
600 students given odd jobs at
Northwestern University. Husky
football players acting as guards of
Four movies slashed by censors.
Cabaret dancers ordered to keep feet
on floor and hold-up men dispense
Chicago Medical Society gave clean
bill of health to Rhodes Avenue Hos
pital. Place was charged with immor-
ality and shady criminal operations.
Carl Schroeter, 68, engineer and
inventor, died at County Hospital.
Others made fortunes while genius
Mrs. Nellie Higgs, who shot Wil
liam Willis, claims he threatened to
kill her. Willis said to have jilted wo
man after divorce suit.
Convicts at Joiet offered prize for
best literary contribution.
Mrs. Mary Fox forgave hubby when
he pulled' her hair and overlooked
beating and shower of dishes, but
bowl of soup was too much. Divorce
Bribery charge against Albert Det
loff, juvenile probation ofHcer, non
suited. Judge Stewart refused to con
sider evidence unless investigator was
Mrs. James McArthur, T449Elburn
av., hauled hubby into court for sell
ing baby's buggy to buy booze. "$50
.and costs," said Judge Pry. Wife
pleaded for. hubby. Paroled six
months on signing pledge.
Roy Jones Cafe, scene of Henegaw
murder, has changed hands. Will be
Summer J. Collins, sup't of Wis
consin Central Railway,, died yester
day. Illinois medical corps innoculating
national guard with typhoid-malaria
Chicago's psychopathic laboratory
open. Prisoners scientifically tested
before punishment. Four found sub
Utilities commission told to deal
with court by Oak Park "L" Com
pany refuses to be interested in cross
Police received telephone call that
5 men were clinging to overturned,
boat in lake. North shore lif esavjng
crew searched in vain for trace of
Peter Kutsuck, 626 Blue Island av.f
fined $50 and costs for operating an,
employment agency without a li
cense. Vincent St. John will speak at the
I. W. W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted
st, Sunday, May 3, 8 p. m. Sub
ject: "The New Unionism."
"Magda, the Unfaithful Wife," still
on trial. Judge TuthiU will decide
today if Majah Funkhouser may
doom movie woman.
Evalyn Olson, senior Northwest
ern 'University, brushed teeth at 10
p- m. Co-ed forced to quit Wfllard
Hall for crime.
Theodore J. Nagler, 3531 Ashland
av., wants divorce. After transfering
home1 to wife was ordered to get out.
Patrick Henry tired of strenuous
life. Says he's been struck forty
times by kitchen utensils. Divorce
Five little girls, 12 to 14, held in
connection with Douglas Park "IT
wreck. Alleged children placed" stone
25 may be indicted by David Kor
shak's story. State's attorney to get
new confession from "arson" chief.
Robert Schufeldt arrested at fath
er's funeral for abandoning wife and
children eight years ago.
County Hospital qiu'z ended. Re
port of probe will be made May 21.
Four overcome by gas at 616 N.
Kedzie st. Revived.
Vida Hagen, housemaid, pleads for
baby. ChBd "farmed out" by ma-
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