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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
Attorney Charles F. Hille given 120
, days in jail for contempt of court by
Judge Kersfen. Sentence grew out of
Sileged attemptto "fix" case7
I Peter Trainer,,.22,' Pittsburgh, fell
eight stories while wrecking Chicago
Opera House. Slipped down chute.
Bqdies of VMfiam Cannell and Wil
liam Baker fdund in lake, fieri were
drowned incnb disaster Feb ".
Ulysses S. Grant, Jr., sqn af former
president, here with wife.
Terrior owndd by Frank Shepard,
proprietor of saloon, 2953 E. 92d at.,
swallowed sawon license. Permit is
sued to operate dramshop until dupli
cate licensees issued.
Ignatz Bukbski, Detroit; fired three
shots at self in Madison Hotel. Hos
pital. Jacques LaFt wants replevin to re
cover $450 auto. Claims it is illegal
ly held on judgment issued against
former owner. ' "
James S. Mclrierney to sue Aid. Al
bert Tearney for selling liquor to po
licewomen. Lillian Stevens, defender of house
boat on Calumet river, .found insane.
Seven taken in .raid' 'on , -Charles
Baranoys clothing store'lfr S. Canal
St., when Harry We,iss compTained qf
losing ?450 at poker.' ,
' Health committee of city council to
take up recommendations of vice
Council urged to improve outlying
district. West End Pullerton Ave
nue Improvement Ass'n indignant
over condition of lighting and streets.
Aid. Hugo Krause against Currari
commission. Claims charity trust has
been hurt by quiz. Asserts construc
tive measures are better than ma
' Chief Gleason filed charges against
Harry L. Hudsun, examiner of chauf
feurs, for issuing licenses to ineligi
Tjies, and William B. Begley, clerk,
for conducting aa employment
A"ld. Frank McDermott of 29th
ward acquitted on charge of selling
liquor to John Flanhely, minor.
Baldwin Roeslin, 2350 Washington
blvdv met two strangers. Gave $1,
500 bond 'for job at Blackstone Hotel.
Harry Bernstien, garment manu
facturer; wants court .order tp re
strain Chicago Cloak Makers' Union
from picketing strike-bound shop.,
Jackson Park'beacKto go. "'"Com
missioners plan substitute at 55th si.
Class fights must stop at Proviso
High School. Expulsion threatened
William O'Neil, 5764 Lafayette ayl,
fell from ladder. Dead.
Djvorce bureau to seek review of
Ebrpm'dfvorce,. Mrs. Francis Ebrom
claims divorce -was obtained without
Alexander B. Scully, president of
Scully Iron & Steel Co., dead.
Mrs. Ella, Flagg Voung, superin
tendent of schools, against erection
of Nprthwest Side normal school
Suggests dormitory near present
school for students from outlying dis
tricts. Illinois Press Association adjourned
after harmony meet. Demand legis
'lation to permit exchange of news
paper space for railroad passes.
Maurice and Philip Danaher held
to grand jury in connection with mur
der of Michael Smiley
Robert Canty, Edward Meyers and
William Enzer escaped from Jud.ge
Bowles' "bull pen" at City Hall,
Climbed out of window, skirted cor-
nice oh eleventh,, floor and escaped
over roof through County BuUding.
Turnock Medical Co., 1770 Berteau
av., barred from mails. Alleged to
have defrauded public of $350,000.
Aldermen and "School Board clash
ed over school site report. Attack on
Congressman Sabath stopped after
Herbert Esberiiri, 14, 1710 M. Hl
sted st, played with gun. Laughing-