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WHAT HAPPENED IN CHICAGO
New regulations to go" Into effect
in Superior and Circuit Courts. Will
speed procedure and increase" effi
ciency. A mass meeting for Joseph Hlggins
Smith, Democratic candidate for al
derman of 14th Ward, will be held at
Latona Hall, Grand ar., tonight.
'Miles Seldon Macon, lawyer, held
for grand jury. Alleged to have
swindled Miss Margaret B. Boggess
- out of $700. "-
No more midnight lunches for co
eds at Northwestern University.
Chafing dishes and flashlights
, Aid, Hugo L. Pitte claims io have
been shot at by two men. Blames
politics for attempt. Police search
ing for alleged assailants.
Miss Harriet E. Vittum favors free
Immigration. Urges election as
'Political Equality Lejigue wants
$67,000 world's fair fuiid spent on
Thirty students dismissed at Uni
.versity of Chicago.- Poor scholar
ship and dishonesty at exams.
Nicholas P. Moses, 54 W. Division
St., bankrupt. Liabilities $110,000.
Joseph Pabalsky, 682 Fay st., cut
throat to frighten wife. Claims he is
"henpecked." Wife wouldn't let him
leave house alonfe at night.
Four women and one man appeal
ed for divorce yesterday. One claims
Imbby beat her with garden hose.
CurleyAtcherson, negro, wanted in
Athens, Ga.,- for operating illicit still,
opposed to extradition. Afraid they
will lynch him in Georgia. yf
drowning reported seen in lake. Fire
' Edward- O'Donnell exonerated by
coroner's jury. "Verdict in Peter De
Rock slaying justifiable homicide.
, "Giirt Uhlig, Colby, Wis., found un
conscious in Grant Park HoteL Gas,
May die, ,
Henry Carlson, 70, 2815 "23d st.,
Frank Subakamka, 1613 Dayton
st, suicided. Pois6n. x
Edward aPulson. 3728 Creenview
Cook county, city of Chicago,
school board and several others fight
ing for $200,000 state's attorney's
fund left by John B. Wayman.,,
Arthur Poltrock13, 2512 N. Ridge
way av., dozed off in school. Dream
ed of Indian battle. Stabbed. Charges
McNamara, 12, 3249 Monticello av.,
Tentative report of school site quiz
to be presented at next meeting. If
adopted will end graft investigation.
Inter-Ocean authorized to issue
$15,000 worth of receivers' certifi
cates for operating fund.
Three undertakers wanted body of
Marie Green, negress, who died at
County Hospital. Body sent to Louis
ville. Louis Anyalone, 19, 2109 Crawford
., arrested on complaint of mother.
Told Judge Scully home was like
morgue. Woiijd .rather spend five
years In Bridewell than stay home.
Harry Bitakus, commission mer
chant, 531 S. Clark st, and Mrs".
Katherine Sauer, 15Q8 Sedgwick av.,
held to grand jury pn serious charge.
Miss Antonio Hofman, 19, complain
Chicago City Railway-Company to
ask utilities commission permit to is
sue $3,000,000 bonds. Chicago Rail
ways Company wants $4,000,000 Is
sue. ' A
Miss josepmne uonsior, nK w
Body of one victim of lake cVlB J Chicago av., awarded $20,000 In suit
against city. Fell through open coal
hole in 1910. Largest personal in
jury verdict in years.
$250,754 earned by electric light
bureau of sanitary district: $13,000
increase over last year. ,
15-year-old boy applied for job a
Art Embrofdery Co., 312 W. Jackson
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