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Three cafe owners fined on evidence
First Deputy of Police Herman F.
Schuettler denies rumored resigna
tion. May take sis weeks' furlough.
Miss MargaretGrilibon, 2150 S.
Hoyne av , hit by auto. Seriously in
jured. Autoists fled.
Miss Pearl Migand, 25, 2155 State
st, struck by auto driven by Mrs.
James Baum, Jr., 66 E. Division st.
Mrs Baum not arrested.
Ledwiga, 5, and Nellie Cichon, 3,
1657 W. Erie St., knocked down by
auto. Children taken to hospital.
Meyer W. Lippman, chauffeur, arrested.
. .Roy Jones' cafe,.. scene of Hena-J
gaw murder, reopened. New owners
say place has reformed.
Jack Johnson to return, says Att'y
Benjamin Bachrach. Reversal of in
dictments caused pugilistto change
John Coleman, 5, 2519 W. MadiSon
st, snatched from under street car
by Pohcewomen Burt and Sheridan.
V Louis Siegel, 3925 Southport av.,
v. foJntorl itrVion Violr! nnilpr St1 n nfW hnnr?
on charge of mistreating 15-year-old
daughter of Mrs. Jennie Case, 1313
Irving 'Park blvd.
EdWard W. Pease, 6053 Cottage
Grove av., held under $1,500 bond for
operating fake real estate office.
Warner Construction Co gets
work on municipal pier. Bid 1,067,
984. Clifford Wilson, 9, 3650 Calumet
av., negro, held for raiding Irving
Dymock's grocery, 3701 Forest av.
" Fred W. Wager and Mrs. Dorothy
Buff, 4353 Indiana av., arrested at
, girl's rooms on charges preferred by
Walter Moss, 819 Argyle st., guard
Northwestern "L," severely bruised.
Struck by Englewood train.
Will pf Byron Laflin Smith filed.
$5,500,000 estate goes to widow and
children. Several bequests to charity.
Rasmus Johnson, 1652 N. Rock
well st, threatened with death if -fce
identified 3on T r32ne ps hoV-Up
man. August Syewe, 2527 W. Divi
sion st, arrestejd.
HAND CAUGHT IN MIXER DEAD
The first death caused through the
erection of the Stevens building, the
new State street skyscraper, is that
of Rich Lennon. He was a hoisting
engineer. April 22 his hand was
caught in the cogs of a concrete
mixer. He died Monday. A coroner's
inquest yesterday found the cause of
death to be lockjaw.
BROWN MEMORIAL MEET
A memorial meeting to Corinne S.
Brown will be held Sunday, May 10,
2:30 p. m., at the Howard Theater,
64 E. Van Buren street. Margaret
Haley, Ella Flagg Young, Grace Wil
bur Trout and others will speak."" A
musical program will follow.
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In a case at Hull county court,
England, where a -woman with seven
children was sued for .30 shillings -rent,
the iudee ordered payment at
the rate of one penny a month. The
debt will be paid oft in 1844.