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Lorenzo Monzo found by police at
Halsted and DeKoven with bullet
Federal orders prohibit issuance of
license to physicians handling drugs
until examination has been made.
Backyard quarref resulted in $10,
000 suit by Mrs. Olivia Nicholas
against Wm. Burmeister. -
Chief of Police Healey called in
captains and warned them .to clean
Mrs; Agnes Briggs, 6143 S.jOakley
av., arrested because Mrs. A. Stott
neighbor, says she made faces at
Chas. Hanley, who gave himself
up after robbing drug store, sent to
Bridewell for six months.
Marion Bissell, South Side butcher,
arrested. Accused of posing as mo
torcycle policeman to shake down
NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING GHICAGO
Sunrise, 4:31; sunset, 7:0").
Arthur Michau, 6, 9370 Anthony
av., killed by auto of Joseph Solecki,
saloonkeeper. Was playing in street.
Clifford Paramore. 5311 Dorches
ter av., missing from" "home since
Wednesday. Police asked to search.
Richard Cook, 7947 S. Sangamon,
and 2 others hurt when south-bound
Halsted sL cars , crashed at 70th st
Wm. F. Stine, former head of the
United Police, musf serve 5-year sen
tence for bribery, appellate court de
cided. Abe Raymer, 1009 N. Sacramento
av, arrested. Accused of theft of
Paul Jaeger, 19, 1717 N. Park av.,
arrested' for beating up sweetheart,
Alberta Hartman. She asked judge
to free him.
Att'ys for Wine of Cardui makers
to show medicinal values of drug in
libel suit trial.
Aid Nance got $10,000 from finance
' committee for construction of beach
for 1,800 at 51st st.
Physicians hope to have arm of
Dolly Sossoffitch, 6, 707 'DeKoven,
crushed by motor truck which sped
Citizens of Forest Park asked the
mayor to force amusement park' to
observe dry law.
Harry Udolph, 1510 S, Albany av.,v
robbed of purse and $80 by two
armed men near home..
West Side citizens told not to fear
leper who is living among them under
health department rules.
Charles Hamilton missing when
case was called before Judge Broth
ers. Had been sent up on another
Mrs. Nevada Schilling, 1701 W.
Huren, dead. Swallowed Paris
green Wednesday. Husband says she
Abe Grossman and Jos. Borgman,
merchants, 1335 S. Halsted, sued.
Frances Spieles- says they held her
on theft charge.
JESSIE BRYAN TO TELL STORY
OF HER MOTHERHOOD
Jessie Bryan, the young Canadian
girl who claims she is the mother of
the baby girl that Mrs. Dollie Ledger
wood Matters says is the offspring
of her and Fred Matters,- will take
the stand in Judge Thomeom's court
an reveal the story of her mother
hood to aid the prosecution of Mrs."
Dr. Mark Goldstein yesterday tes
tified that in November, 1914, he per
formed an operation on Mrs. Matters
that he believed- took, from her the
possibility of motherhood. In an
swer to a question he said he did
not believe that Mrs. Matter ever
was or ever would be a mother.
After Jessie Bryan, which is mere
ly an alias used to prevent .her
secret from getting back to her.
home town, has finished' her story,
two nuns from the Misericordia hos
pital, Ottawa, Can., will testify con
cerning the alleged manner in which
'Mrs. Matters came into the posses
sion of the baby she says is hers.