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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
" Mayor Harrison's attack of bron-chitis-practically
over. Permitted to
28 persons imperiled when fire de
stroyed flats at 1405 E. 65th pi.
$780,000 largest income in Chi
cago, according tq schedules filed
with Income tax collector.
Vincent St. John will speak at the
I.- W-.'W. open forum, Sunday even
ing at 8 p. m. Room 221, 17 N. Hal
William C. Ellis, on trial for murder
of wife, pleads temporary insanity as
cause of crime. Nearly collapsed un
Harry L. Cullet,-former city police
man, defies police in bribe charge.
Threatens disclosures if matter is
License of Bristol Cafe, 6319 S.
Halsted st, revoked by-mayor. "Ed7'
Weiss of South Side "levee" belieVed
to be owner. Third cafe license in
which Weiss has been interested re
voked in 3 months.
License of Royal Theater, 408 S.
State st., revoked. Immoral shows.
Mre. Neva Blanch McCulloch
granted divorce and $2,400 alimony.
Three injured -when autos collided
at 47th "and Drexel blvd. Mrs. K.
Frawley, 64, 5462 Ingleside av., inter
Mrs. Elizabeth Palmer, 732 S. Sher
man av., wrote letter ;of 'appeal to
Judge Baldwin. Fined $10 for con
tempt of court.
Raymond Pettiford and John Uam
patelUvl5, Chicago, invaded-Aurora,
robbed two stores, captured a street
car, caused a collision and landed in
J. B. ,Banning, 1309 Wells st., sui
cide. Guh, Out of work.
Boys court io be opened by muni
cipal judges March 16. Boys between
17 and 21 to be tried there".
Cases of Drs. Thomas Dupuis and
Isaac Hpdgens, 35 N, Dearborn St.,
charged with operating a confidence
game, continued until March -6:
Depositors seeking John C. Worth-
ington, president American Banking
As's'n. Want him to explain what hap
pened to funds. Worthington was re
leased on bonds Thursday.
Anthony Petras held for murder of
Theresa Hollander, may be released
on bonds. Petras denies accusation.
Seventeen girls reported missing.
Mrs. Ella Flagg Young's recom
mendation for "sunken garden" for
Carter School rejected by school
Official count shows 176,483 voted
at primaries. 47,665 women.
Movie burlesquing Jew rejected by
censors. 6 other films trimmed.
Louis Goodrich, 2032 Waveland av.,
fined $10 for speeding. Didn't care.
Movie machine got picture of chase
Prohibitionists will hold a joint
ward convention at Hull' House, Hal
sted and Polk sts., tonight at 8 p. m.
Wiley Wells, chauffeur, identified
picture pf John Oram, as "mysteri
ous copper who kidnaped and beat up
Phillip McGuire. Detectives sent to
State has closed its side of arson
case. Witnesses" testified to good '
character of David Drozdowftz, ac
cused of conspiring with Ben Fink of
Isidore Classer, 1532 N. Springfield
av., attempted to flirt with Alice War
dinsky, 17, 730 W. 17th st. Fined $50.
Sent to Bridewell.
Henry Paulman, automobile deal
er, wants to run motorbus lines on
street's of Chicago.
Mrs. Sarah Aransen 1409 Flo urn ey
av., exonerated in connection with,
death of Isidore. Trilling, 14. Death
due to natural causes. -
Home of Frederic C. Taylor, 4559
Greenwood av., looted. $500 worth. of
Judge Kavanagh, Superior Court;
holds original worklngman's compen
sation law,, passed1 .May 1, 1912, ua-