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I , ,av., hurt when Irving Park car left
Independent dealers told Dis't
Att'y Clyne that "billboard trust" is
Eric Nelson, 17, 2351 Lyndal? av.,
fell under train. Leg crushed.
Illinois pension laws commission
will hold public hearings at Hotel La
$ Salle, Sept. 22C
, . Mrs. Morse Davis, widow df Con
gress hotel suicide, sent to Elgin asy
lum. Jos. Walsh, 1031 W. Jackson; Tom
Barber, 416 S. Sangamon; Sugar;
Van Buren and Aberdeen, and Jas.
She'ehau, 1152 W. Van Buren, arrest
ed as auto robbery suspects.
Dr. John B. Armstrong, 3505 W.
Monroe, bankrupt Liabilities $985;
Mrs. Wilbur F.Stone, artist's model,
sued for divorce. Says hubby was
quarrelsome and cruel.
. Forty Berwyn women rushed to da
' -f ense of Mrs. Chas. Jackson, who has
sued hubby for divorce. Hubby thinks
Howard Arends, 3304 W. 16th, and
Gleen Worcester, 2621 S. 59th ct,
dead of infantile paralysis.
Annie Scavuzzo, 18, 2615 Shields
av., missing. Warrant out for Ro
International Lyceum ass'n open
" ed 14th annual convention- at Audi
John Russo, 328 S. May; Michael
Cercell, Taylor and Halsted.j and
Prank Begie, sent to Joliet 1 to 14
years. Auto thefts.
Policeman Michael Hurley dis
charged from police force.
Two families driven to street when
( fire- attacked bldg. at 326 N. Car-
, J. J. Dunne, motorman, 7223 S.
tJnion av.,, hurt when two cars
Unidentified man with -throat cut
walked into Hotel Carleton, Ham
mond, Ind. Died later. x
Archbishop Mundelein says Cath-
$Hc$ wJiQ.marry non-Catholic. ,wpmen j
should have fiancees study church'
teachings. ' ' .
Mayor Thompson to take up gam
bling reports with Chief Healey.
Thos. Conway, 3323 Jackson blvd.,
held in connection with robbery of
jewels of Mrs. Anna Coate, Memphis,
Seventy-nine infantile paralysis
cases reported. ' '
Louis Miller, 2930 Carroll av., fined
$1J) for flirting. Case against Marie
Allen, girl in case, continued.
'- U. S. secret service dep't believes
$180,000 of $271,000 loot from Bank
df Montreal robbery is in Chicago
vaults. Michael B. Shortall still held.'
Martin Flanagan released.
Patton sisters, "cat fanciers," van
ished from 7259 Kenwood av. after
Judge Hatchett sentenced them to 30
days in jail for contempt
Illinois and Wisconsin to start im
provement of Sheridan road with
celebration at state line Sept 19.
Arthur Peterson, who tried suicide
after girl rejected him, allowed to go
tree with mother.
Albe'rtrand Patrick Provest, 9 and
11 years old, waifs, found in Lorimer
political meeting tent, to be given
homes by Isador Meyers, 1322 S.
Patrick J. Gleason, policeman
since 1872, exonerated by civil serv
ice board. Charged with inefficiency.
Morris Silvertrust, organizer of
"Illinois Barbers' ass'n," arrested.
Said to have solicited funds from
barbers to hoost move for 35-cent
Mrs. Kathryn Whitgreave, 1150 E.
47th, didn't prosecute mother-in-law,
Mrs. A. M. Whitgreave, o"n charge of '
conspiring to kidnap baby. Baby
now with mother.
Albert Hoefeld, haberdasher, sued
Siegfred M. Robbins, broker, for $25,
000. False arrest basis.
Frank Shields, 17, 964 W. Garfield
blvd., pushed, from auto after a gun
Geraldine Farrar stopped- off in
Chicago enroutg to New, Yjprk,