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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
"Federal supervision of the unem-
ied," advocated by Walter L.
Sears, Supt. Mass. State Employment
Bureau, at meeting of employment
"The Prophesy," a play on the
"yello wperil," to be given at the
Lincoln Theater, Lincoln and Bel
mont av., for three days, commenc
ing Dec. 18.
Bomb exploded under two-story
building, 217 W. 23d st. 14-months'-old
baby injured. Building wrecked.
Game wardens chase seiners. Three
captured. Have warrants for 25.
Dr. Marie Montessori, founder of
ne wsystem of child training, here to
day. John McArtrjur, 5428 Lake Park
av., fell into lake. Rescued by Officer
Richard Lang, 2544 N. Avers av.,
has experienced much annoyance be
cause some one by the same name
got mixed up in the case of Sophie
Hovanitz, young girl who attempted
suicide after blaming several men for
John Flatters, South Chicago, fined
$100 by Judge Sullivan. Raided
chicken coop of Charles Johnson,
9913 Brandon av.
Mrs. Charles Schenk, 5714 Dor
chester av., robbed by nurse snatcher
in Washington Park. '
Postmoster Campbell denies that
parcel post is congested.
Aetna Powder Mills, near Gary,
Ind., closed. First time in 30 years.
250' out of jobs. e
John Ohinan, 850 N. Dearborn st.,
robbed by two men without 200 feet
of Chicago av. police station. $75,
watch and railroad ticket.
License of Guiseppe Cenite, 1001
Racine av., revoked by mayor. Oper
ated dive in basement of saloon.
Rear car caught fire in Englewood
JYilson "L" train. Extinguished by
Officials of Russian Candy Co. cor
rected report that some of their prod
uct had been condemned. Name was
confused with that of another com
pany. Main feed wire broke at Lockport
power house. City in darkness for
Robert Linn, 35 S. Dearborn st.,
mine promoter, up before Judge Mack
of Federal Court. Said to have used
mails to defraud.
Health Commissioner Young to
prevent water pollution. Passenger
steamers to retain all garbage until
two miles from shore.
Frank Kbbak, 687 Milwaukee av.,
Btabbed on Chicago av. street car.
Michael Clark, 3746 Wallace st.,
in County Hospital and Joseph Men
tello, 1529 S. Wabash av., arrested.
Both claimed same dog.
Thomas Stanwlok held for federal
grand jury. Took violin from mail
Mrs.. Nellie McFarland McGowan,
3343 Prairie av., appointed superin
tendent of Soldier Widows' Home,
Ella Randall, Danville, Ind., run
away girl, returned to parents.
Garbage deal postponed. Waiting
for hearing of condemnation proceed
ings. Free lunch ordinance laid over two
weeks. Saloonkeepers favor move
to abolish free grub.
Honor system in U. of C. Cheating
at exams to be punished by students.
Louis 'Boucher, Waukegan, III.,
robbed by three men at N. Robey st
near Washington blvd. Lost $2,480.
Vote fraud cases to be tried Jan. 5.
500 women appginted judges and
clerks of election at aldermanic pri
maries. 900 more to be named with
in a few days.
Store of Benjamin Planer, 2018 W.
35th st., entered. Joseph Kraus ar
rested. August Poehls kilted by Grand
Trunk train. 7
Miss Sarah E. Wiley, Nashville,
Tenh., died at Lakeside Hpspital,