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which he worked offered a, large re
ward for his return.
His position on the paper is kept
open while its readers are sending
messages of "Come back to us,
LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
22d Ward Women's Democratic
Organization will meet at 542 W.
North av., Thursday, March 19, 8
Chester Brower, 12, 1056 N. Pau
lina st., killed by auto while roller
South Park commissioners refus
ed permission to use Grant Park for
women's suffrage demonstration.
J. Franklin Best, missing, cashier
Citizens' National Bank, Netcong, N.
J., arrested. Was recognized by
former depositor. Missing since
April 26, 1913.
Emplpyes of bridge repair depart
ment charged with "loafing." City
John W. Worthington, head of de
funct American Banking Ass'n, or
dered to face trial. Claimed to have
erysipelas of face and to be quar
antined. Bond will be forfeited if he
does not appear.
City committee on local transport
ation refused to consider Eugetie Pu
trelle's subway proposition. Putrelle
wouldn't disclose names of alleged
Dr. R. E. Hayden raided wife's flat.
Discovered pipes, hats, shoes and pa
jamas. Claims articles belong to
Arthur S. Carruthers, man named in
Mrs. Florence Wooley Overshiner
Bentley wants divorce. Tired of gay
life and wishes to remarry first hus
band. Otto Schubert, driver See & Co.,
wholesale grocers, robbed by two
men. Lost $202.
Claim of Indian tribes to lake front
land denied by court.
Two arrests ordered in Briggs
House holdup. William Strummer,
who was shot, will recover.
Woman's Day meeting, Chicago
Christian Socialist Fellowship, will be
held Sunday, March 22, 2:30 p. m.,
room 811 Masonic Temple.
E. M. Gates, 5322 Wentworth av.,
friend of Abraham Lincoln, arrested
for embezzlement. Alleged to have
withheld $111 from M. Mueller.
Hearing of Dr. Charles C. Singley,
21 E. Van Buren st., alleged "quack,"
postponed. Said to have swindled
Judge O'Connor to preside over
hearing of second trial of Bernard J.
Mahoney. . Mahoney is alleged to
have marked ballots in 1912 election.
Local committee formed to fight
cocaine and dope. Frederick Robin
son, president of national organiza-
tion urges immediate action.
William Clark walked into Pow
ner's book store and offered lot .of
old books. Powner recognized books,
Edward Kiessling, 518 FuIIerton
parkway, fined $400. Speeding while
drunk. Walter Gribbons, who was in
auto, fined $50 for disorderly conduct.
Sherman Brooks, 1242 W. Kinzie
St., stabbed in chest and abdomen.
George Bates and Lewis Edwards
held by police.
Eddie Foy fined under child labor
law because children appeared in
Palace Music Hall. Will not appear
in Chicago or Illinois.
Mrs. Laura McDermott, 3501 S.
Wabash av., found dead in bed.
Dr. Frederick Cook wants Cyril
Scott, actor, stopped from using line,
"What Jack London wrote about and
Doc Cook lied about." Claims repu
tation has been damaged.
Mrs. Anna Feuchs, 1705 Diversy
blvd;, wants son arrested. Claims he
disappeared with $1,600.
5,000 stolen jewelry recovered
when packages addressed to Joseph
Smith and Frank North were obtain-