Said he wanted to take advantage of
Fare to Cicero will be 10 cents
after April 6. Increase may lead to
Big Business has adopted "watch
ful waiting" policy, according to
Charles W. Schwab, steel magnate.
Hints at panic.
Mrs. H. Heyman, Metropole Hotel,
reports 4loss of gold mesh bag and
$1,000 jewelry". Dropped purse on
No trace found of Edith Schubert,
17, missing Brookfield girl,
Policewoman Lulu Parks in New
York. Will bring back Marie Stopper,
Chicago's stagestruck girl.
Mrs. Young's study course passed
by school board. Teachers approve
359 E. 51st st. raided. Blind pig
found. Four men and two women
John Bovano, 25, 856 Milton av.,
arrested as suspect in murder of John
Lipare, released on bail. Bonds $15,
000. Near riot at West Hammond when
"drys" tried to talk. Citizens want
$18,000 income from saloons.
H. Larsh, 4042 Lake Park av., slip
ped on icy pavement in front of
Clark street car. Saved by fender.
Mrs. Louise Shuster, 50, 751 N.
Clark st. got sliver in finger. Blood
Thomas & Smith, contractors, 118
N. Carpenter st., bankrupt. Liabilities
Anna Durchslag wants marriage
annulled. Claims relatives of hubby
are trying to steal her fortune.
Charles R. Hooker, 312 S. Kenil
worth av., dropped dead on N. W. "L"
station platform. Heart disease,
BRIGGS HOUSE BANDIT CAUGHT
Eddie O'Brien, 26, was identified
today according so the police, as' the
bandit who held up the Briggs House
one week ago and escaped in a taxi
cab with $150, after shooting Man
ager William Stammer in the-leg. De
tectives arrested O'Brien last night
on information said tohave been fur
nished by a woman. O'Brien denies
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