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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Vincent-St. John will speak at I. W
W. open forum, 17 N. Halsted St.,
Sunday, Feb. 1, 8 p. "m.
University of Chicago Co-eds to
haye $250,000 gymnasium.
Alice Tetrosky, 14, and Mary, 8,
1218 Hastings st, and Theresa
Strank, 10, 1222 Hastings St., scolded
for taking necklace, disappeared.
Found hiding in Frank Gerba's gar
ret, 540 Maxwell st
Judge Owens assured 300 worried
women that answers made to ques
tions on registration blanks would be
A mass meeting of unemployed to
be held at Workihgmen's Hall, W.
12th and Miller sts., Sunday after
noon, 2:30 p. m.
Gov. Edward F. Dunne is town. To
meet Illinois Panama-Pacific Expo
rXon Commission. Won't discuss
W'iliam Chisholm, son of late
George Chisholm, declared insane by
jury of physicians.
Ollie Davis, levee king, dethroned.
License of cafe, 2101 S. Dearborn
St., revoked by mayor.
Clyde Nash's rooming house, 3123
S. Park av., raided by two masked
men. 12 persons forced to contribute
Police unable to stop robberies on
South Side with 2 detectives in every
block. Burglars made seevral good
hauls last night.
Arthur Necker, 8, 1840 W. 22d st.f
struck by street car. Dead.
The Original Actors' Union will
give a prize masque ball Feb. 24 in
the Coliseum Annex.
Edgar Lundberg, 11, 5742 S. Mor
gan st., "hitched" on auto truck.
Slipped. Right leg broken.
Fred M. Foster, 4354 Berkely av.,
badly injured by taxicab.
Thomas B. Conroy, 830 W. Garfield
blvd., is Democratic candidate for al
derman of 30th Ward..
Four jiew men appointed as proba
tion officers. Staff now J.4 men.
Mass meeting will be held by 18th
Ward women's organization," Mon
day, Feb. 2, 8 p. m., at Oakley Hall,
2243 W. Madison st.
Charles H. Baker lost second court
fight for major portion of father's $2,
Sanitary trustees proposed Pan
ama canal trip called "outrage," at
civic worker's meeting.
Eddie Foy deposited $2,000 bond
in cnua iaDor cases. May De asxea
same amount for each day's viola
tion. Henry Orczakow, 1069 N. Hermi
tage av., held for grand jury. Prom
ised to reveal identity of Black
Failed to do so.
Peter Rausch, paroled prisoner,.
9026 Baltimore av., wanted easy
money. Forged check. Sent back,
to Joliet to finish 7-year term.
Miss Sadie Winston, actress, charg
ed fnrmfir hnhhv. "RHwnrri P.hpcttn" .
with annoying her. Chester placed
under peace bond.
John Dayton, home "Chicago,"
grabbed three pounds of coffee off a
wagon. Three months on rock pile. '
Roger Sullivan, candidate for
Democratic nomination for U. S.
Senate, denies purchasing a Peoria
New York" stockholder in Chicago.
City Railways Co. wants injunction,
against unification of street railway.,
Miss Nora Morton, teacher fined.
for shaking unruly pupil, transferred
to school 15 miles from home.
Judge Petit plans marriage court.
Details to be worked out by Judges
Burke, Olsen and Petit
A. Grant Gerwood, alleged embez-,
zler of $1,000N from A. H. Roemer '
Novelty Co., arrested in Houghton,
Mrs. George Johnson, 10722 Av. O
snored. Hubby hit her. Judge SuUV
van upheld wife's right to snore, and'
.put hubhy under $4,00 th.ondv & u , v