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"That's a lie," when att'y made state
ment to jury.
Dr. W. C. Huntington, recently ap
pointed federal agent in charge of
local federal bureau of commerce,
Jesse Williams, negro, who at
tacked Mrs. Anna Schwartz, Wheat
on, a month ago, sentenced to 24
years in prison.
Firm of Smiley, caterer, to close.
Served Chicago's wealthiest families.
L. E. McGann, com'r public works,
ordered to draw up ordinance by
council sub-committee providing via
duct and bridge over river at N.
Judge Newcomer decided suit fit
pretty girl. S,he claims it didn't. Must
Fleet of barges to leave La Salle,
HI., for New Orleans on May 1.
Freight to be carried to San Fran
cisco. First water freight service to
Lake Forest college closed. Hero
of play has scarlet fever. Rest of
players under quarantine.
Mrs. Albert Vasey, wife of missing
salesman, to testify before grand jury
regarding disappearance of husband.
Ed Gard, former city detective, to
serve 60-day sentence for dbntempt
of court imposed 4 years ago.
Mrs. Louis Literhose, 26 N. Halsted,
couldn't identify body of man re
sembling husband. Left her looking
for work. Didn't return.
John Rossiner, 5809 S. Washtenaw
av., fined $10 for beating horse.
Engagement of Dr. H. Claflin, 77,
not broken. To marry soon.
John Johnson, 1642 N. Park av.,
and daughter kissed and made up in
court. She had shot him for abusing
mother. He will reform.
Hal Burke released by Aurora po
lice. Held as murder suspect.
200 River Forest citizens voted
with postcards in primary.
Fred Berger's saloon, 249 W. 35th,
W. H. Sage, former Wheaton drug
gist, may not get job of deputy col
lector of internal revenue. Fined for
illegally selling liquor in drug store.
Safe in office of Dieges & Clusfl Co.,
jewelers, Schiller bldg., robbed. Jew-rf
elry worth $4,100 taken. J
Chief Gleason ordered tags tied tots
steering wheels of autos of violators
of 30-minute loop standing law. Many ;
Evan st on stricken with roller skat--1
Bread being sold for 5 cents. Big-n
bakers doubtful if price wil stay s
III. Man. Ass'n to hold meeting in
Springfield on March 30. Slogan wifl.rf
be "Let business men alone." '
Max Wall's saloon, 2426 Sheffield
av., held up. $20. -b
George Dunn, att'y, 58, Fox Lake,n
found dying in Union station train''
yard. Thought heart disease. n
Fannie Bielik, stenographer, out of
work, jumped in lake. Swam out.'-
Taken to hospital. S
Street car struck auto at N. Clarke
and Oak sts. Mrs. J. A. Graham, 536
Deming pi., had face cut by flying H
Francis D. Hanna, former newspa
per man, took job of morals inspect
tor today. I''
John Worthington, former head of
Am. Banking ass'n, placed on trial's
before Judge Petit- Con gamef
charged. Pleaded not guilty. d
Judge Sabath says poor housing
-conditions to blame for disruptedd
marriages. To get statistics. q
W. Hypes, gen. sales mgr. of Mar-'
shall Field, elected pres. of Union
league club. '"
William Lorimer and 6 other in
dieted officials of La Salle St. Savings
bank pleaded not guilty before Fed
eral Judge Carpenter. "
Chief Gleason opened investigation"1
into report that H. Goldman, 925 S,-d
Hermitage av., suicided over losses in
gambling house. '
Three bandits got away with $175o
and goods worth $200 from steam-' d
ship agency and real estate office ati
670 W. 18th St.