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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
First Assistant Fire Chief Thomas
O'Connor will succeed late Cluef
Charles F. Seyferlich.
Mrs. Nellie Wilkerson, 55, 2249
Grand av., dropped dead during quar
rel -with son. Heart disease. ,
Route of 6 car lines changed by
closing of Lake st. bridge.
Teachers of household arts want
pay increase. Desire maximum of
$1,500 instead of $1,300.
Harry Rawlings, 13, River Forest,
Joseph Senechall, 90, New York,
found wandering in dazed condition.
Had $565 in coin in pockets.
Samuel Laurey, 51, 3015 W. Madi
son st., fell from scaffold at Edison
Company's W. 22d st. plant. Dead.
New dhorce suit system planned.
One judge in Circuit and Superior
Courts to hear cases.
Senator Albert B. Cummins, Iowa,
to speak at Hamilton Club tonight.
Children of James E. Cagney get
Charles P. Saunders, former man
ager Chicago Motion Picture Supply
Co., captured. Wanted for passing
$2,500 worthless checks.
William Prince's saloon, 1905 S.
State st, raided by hold-up men. $103
taken from register.
Eugene Zierlein, 18, 1453 W. Madi
son st, up for carrying gun. Said he
was afraid to visit West Side girl
without it. Paroled and told to get
North Side girl.
Hearing resumed over $200,000 in
fees claimed by the John B. W. Way
Case against Daniel Lynch for wife
abandonment dismissed whenLynch
told of family of cats occupying kit
chen and bath tub. f z
Movie thjeater license of Walter
Wasniak, . 4929 S. Ashland avv re
voked. Had' 'exhibited imtfehsored
Judge Scully opened his chamber
as reading room for prisoners in
Boy's Court ...... -...
Immediate action urged by Aid.
Henry D. Gapitain'on municipal bath
ing' beaches. Would have them open
for coming season.
Full franchise sought by women
suffrage leaders. Constitutional con
vention to be urged.
$171,140 estate of Henry C. Zeiss
goes to widow and sons.
John Holmes, Kewanee, arrived
dressed up to see Chicago. Treated in
saloon. Awoke in alley minus over
coat, hat and shoes.
Telegram received by brother of
missing Professor Jackson B. Mc
TCinney: "Am in New York, safe and
Aldermen defeated by women vote
may appeal to court. Will test suf
Twenty-two new counties went
dry. 974 saloons closed.
Redisricting of 160 precincts made
necessary by women's vote. 500 new
bailiwick divisions required. Means
additional expenditure of $350,006.
Mayor Harrison and son, Carter H.
Harrison, Jr., left for two weeks' vacation.
Superior and Circuit Courts to be
reorganized. New plan will save one
third of judges' time.
Special meeting of County Board
to be held today. Board to act on
$15,000 in bills vetoed by President
Split threatened in Chicago Arch
itectural Club over annual exhibit
Members claim outsiders are given
preference over local men.
William A. Mathews, charged with
defrauding banks and insurance com- -pany
of over 10,000, captured. '
Frank Riley arrested for forging
name of Edward Coles, 9T)0S. West
ern av., tp $20 check.
Three jurors accepted in second '
trial of Ass't State's Attfy Bernard J.
Mahony on vote fraud charge.
Herbert W. Price will deliver an iU 1
lustrated lecture on Southern India
I at Stanford Park Assembly HalL