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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
. A mass meeting of the unemployed
will be held at the First Ward So
cialist Hall this evening at 8 p. m.
$1,196,160 appropriated for streets
Women jurors picked for 30 insan
ity cases at Detention Hospital.
Harry Thomas, 15, 5114 Cham
plain av., killed by L. S. & M. S. train
at B. 74th St. ?
James S Wilkerson, United States
attorney, discovered that many the
atrical hooking agencies are recruit
ing stations for white slave agents.
Will investigate. .
Mrs. Vermilya, facing trial for
poisoning Arthur Bissonette, paralyz
ed. Caused by "self-administered
.Marino Scavone and Frank Gui
dara, freed by coroner's jury. Were
accused of murdering Michael La
pota, 2113 S. Clark st
James McKinley arrested charged
with framing "fake" prizefight. Au
gust Bichowski, 2643 Clybourn av.,
claims to have lost $3,000.
Thomas Bridgeman, policeman,
stripped of star. Shot enemy in leg
to scare him.
Council adopts plan for raising
$5,000,000, also approves 3 police sta
tions for women.
Albert C. Hague arrested at Edger
ton, Wis., alleged member of gang
that worked big land swindle here.
W. L. Moyer, former vice-president
Lasalle St. National Bank, ar
rested. Alleged to have used mails
Speck of radium, valued $4,500,
lost at St Luke's Hospital. Insur
ance investigators searching.
Otto Schefeldt suicided in Otto
Schultz's planing mill. Schultz
claims Schefeldt confessed setting
fire to mill before shooting self. Po
lice holding Schultz pending investi
gation. S. R. Cameron, 24 W. Washington
st, robbed of $250 merchandise dur
ing fire in building.
Case of Samuel Hossman, charg
ed with setting fire to 6757 Cottage
Grove av., continued until Jan. 29.
Question of sex hygiene teaching
may be taken up by school board to
day. Four ousted school trustees start
legal contest State's Atty. Hoyne
will lend aid in suit
400 men to tfe shifted by Chief
Gleason Jan. 1. Capt Chas. C. Healy
to be traffic head.
Home of Mrs. Lipman Click, 3663
S. Michigan av., raided. $2,500
booty taken. Family visiting.
Daylight burglars got $900 in val
uables at home of Howard J. Sloan,
811 Sheridan Road.
Home of John W. Wolcott, 5616
Calumet av., entered. $400 worth of
Home of E. M. Samuel robbed.
$20Q worth of stuff taken.
Mrs. Alice Hawley obtained di
vorce from Charles G. Hawley.
Granted $10,000 alimony.
Northwestern "L" has ordered 128
15,000 jDoorly addressed letters
held at local postoffice.
Cafe owners ready for $1,000,000
New Year orgy. 500 extra policemen
ordered into loop district.
Nine men and two women held for
car thefts on Alton and Belt Line
Railroads. $1,000 loot recovered.
John 2. White will speak on "Sin
gle Tax" at the Grace Church forum,
15th st and Wabash av., Sunday
evening, Jan. 4.
Prof. J. Howard'Moore will address
the Young Womaen's Suffrage Al
liance on "Sex Hygiene" Friday, Jan
2, at 8 p. m., at Hull House.
Samuel Swartz, Evahstdn, sh
wifetwice. Missed her. Suicfcl
American Sheet & Tin Plate
Gary, reopened. ?1,50O men go
Employes of Dr. Fete & Co., 42
State st, freed of robbery charge.
Fred Weinhold, 130 W. Chicago avi,-