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control of motorcycle and It dashed
into lake off Adams st
Dr. Frank Deacon plans erection
of new 11-story hospital.
Wm. Welch, paroled convict from
Michigan City, caught in home of
Emanuel Marx, 1541 Birchwood av.
. Wm. P. Bogert, Jr., son of Board of
Trade operator, sued for divorce by
Agnes Bogert Infidelity charged.
Alma Stuckwysh named.
Mrs. Pearl M. Elwell, 423 E. 45th
pi., accused Arthur T. Elwell, actor,
of being attentive to Lillian Lang and
piara Sands. Divorce.
Ignacis Talimanis, 28, 1439 E. 64th,
and Frank Raymon, 25, 6200 Harper,
said to have confessed many thefts
from Hyde Park high school.
Thos. Novotny, owner of defunct
bank, given 30 days to pay balance
due Mrs. Antonio Choura, for whom
he sold mortgages for $4,800.
Body of Emil Lehmann, 4650 Win
throp av., watchman, believed slain
by river thieves, taken from river at
Pine st. Missing since Feb. 22.
Bomb exploded under home of
Thos. Rinella, G35 W. 25th. Small
damage. Jealous suitor for hand of
daughter, Mary; believed responsible
Henry Vogenschutz fined $5, Jacob
Hugel and Fred Hackett discharged
and three others took jury trials
when arraigned for running lottery.
Five bandits raided office of J. M.
McDermott's sales stables, 739 W.
42d; made 9 men turn back to wall.
Escaped with $1,000 in money and
Mrs. Clara O. Shepard, daughter of
late Henry O. Shepard, who was sued
for $40,000 by Mrs. Florence Hull on
alienation charge, denied she tried to
settle suit out of court.
Chicago Stage Co., new auto bus
company, headed by R. M. Mead, and
said to be backed by N. Y. capital,
given permission to operate on South
Side. First rival of Chicago Motor
Russell J. Dyer, 5458 Cornell av.,
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one-time U. S. minister to Belgium, 1
wants divorce from cousin-wife, Jo
sephine Dyer, 5210 Harper av. De
sertion. Birth control clinic may be opened
in Chicago, says Margaret Sanger.
Three robbers got $112 and rain
coat from Arthur Friend, 840 Buck
Mrs. Freda K. Earl, 6044 WoocHawn
av., said Willard G. Earl lived with
another woman for week. Divorce.
Spencer R. Smith, principal Wen
dell Phillips high school, died in
Three negroes held up Peter Bak
er, Detroit, at 34th and Wabash.
After running gun duel, Policeman
Jesse Harper caught Curtis Talbot,
Judge Sullivan will hear habeas
corpus case of John Hartley, brother
of Catholic bishop of Columbus O.,
held for extradition to that city, for
alleged non-support of wife:
Jas. Smith, 6208 S. Ada, colored,
member of Negro Baptist church, ac
cused of stealing box of soap, got
fre'edbm by singing "Jesus, Lover of
My Soul" for Judge Graham.
Mrs. Caroline Haentz, 61, 7349
Yale av., seriously injured at Clark
and Monroe by fenderless auto truck
of Hastings Express Co. A. Niehoff,
driver, 3417 Melrose, arrested.
Arthur Hickin, 10734 Stephenson
av., and Jas. Dempsey, 15, 10608
Langley av., arrested. Latter said
they planned to rob Halsey Bros.'
pharmacy, 111 N. Wabash av.
John McWilliams, 4940 Wabash
av., armed with gun tried to hold up
Lelewer's hat store, 75 W. Washing
ton. Fired shot and ran. Caught by
five members Co. D, First infantry.
W. Scott Matthews, state food
com'r, and Edw. J. Tobin, county
sup't of schools, plan to buy calf for
every school child and teach them to
raise it as part of food campaign.
Wm. Cosgrove, 2212 W. 13th, mem
ber 7th infantry, I. N. G., admitted
he and pal held up Frank Bartley,
street car conductor, and A. Levin,
2100 Kendall Refused to name paL