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statements to other cities asking un
employed not to come to Chicago.
Too many here for jobs.
Michael Semprevino told judge he
was carrying gun to protect the $91
in his pocket Fined $200.
Max von Schwedler, 1527 N. La
Salle, who claims German title of
count, sent to Bridewell for year for
passing bad checks.
Parr of diamond earrings stolen
from Mrs. F. W. Harris, Highland
Park, while she was on train, recov
ered by police, who arrested Henry
Glassman, sleeping car porter.
James A. Patten gives $27,000 to
endowment fund of medical school of
Northwestern "U." Income from
fund used to provide scholarships.
Three new indictments returned in
La Salle st bank case. Lorimer, Hut
tig and Munday charged with misuse
of funds. $275,000 taken.
Big shakeup in police department
due today is report. Firemen also af
fected. Many important transfers to
Chicago Medical society to discuss 1
anaesthesia, its uses and degrees, at
its meeting tonight.
Stefan Ferenz, 815 Townsend st,
shot his wife and himself, following a
guarrel in their home yesterday. Both
Judge Dolan says boys' court is do
ing fine work. Helps mothers to cor
rect boy's bad habits.
Four persons slipped and injured
themselves on uncleaned sidewalks
Coir Alexander, Rhode Island mil
lionaire, indicted here on Mann act
charge, coming for trial. Accused by
Jessie Cope, who, in turn, is accused
by the government officials that she
attempted to bribe them.
Frank Mullins, arrested as fugitive
from St Paul, told wife he'd rather
spend rest of life in jail than go back
to her. Arrested for wife abandon
ment Alexander Robinson, Louisville,
Ky., seeking to regain custody of 8-
irear-old son by habeas corpus writ I
Judge Walker took matter under ad
visement August Dienes, 118 W. Grand av.,
arrested for disappearing with $300
belonging to Rosie Wasser, 3709 N.
Halsted, who answered his matri
monial ad in newspaper.
John Hansman, 3217 Cottage
Grove av., veteran Palmer house
"cabby," died on job of heart disease.
Tax jury to adjourn Friday until
April. More indictments expected.
CLUBVyOMEN BOOSTERS FOR
"Utah products for 'Utah people" is
the slogan of the clubwomen of Utah,
who have organized the Home Indus
try association of Utah, and under
the direction of Mrs. Olive Havens,
association president are boosting
products of their state.