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forger. Alleged to'have passed worths
Harry A. Wheeler, vice president of
Union Trust Co., appointed member
of Federal Regervtj Bank Board.
Eight negro nurses received di
plomas at Provident Hospital Train
Wilbur Glenn Voliva, "overlord"
Zion City, may be dethroned. John
A. Lewis claims he usurped title.
Wants receivership rulings of Judge
Lanchs set aside.
Rumored that Mary Garden has
been dismissed by Chicago Opera
Company. Directors believed to have
refused a raise in salary.
$25,000 statue of John P. Altgeld
will be made by Guston Borglum,
Utilities commission formulating
rules for regulation of gas and elec
Karl Koelling,- 83, composer and
pianist, dead. Was court musician
Joseph and John Raab, 845 Center
st, fined $200 and costs for beating
Sophia Wetzler, 16, 1460 Melrose
av., struck by street car. Skull frac
tured. Brief filed in suit for $200,000
state's attorney's fees by John E. W.
20 inmate"Sbf Temple Hotel, W.
Chicago av., fined $5 to $25 and costs
in Morals Court.
Patrick O'Hara, 744 Belrnont av.,
hit by electric sign in front of 1218
Lawrence av. Dead. y
. Bertha Miller, 13, 4253 Broadway,
hit by auto. Arthur Harbolt, chauf
feur, not arrested. J
Allen Riley and Joseph Smith, 6106
Blackstone av., fined $200 for entic
ing girls in flat. Girls placed on pro
bation. Louis Hedgus, 415 N. Elizabeth av.,
arrested for assault with motorcycle.
Alleged, to have struck Dorothy
Thomas, 18, Sunday.
Parents fighting for custody of
Evelyn. CoHInet, 3- Hubby claims wife
sold furniture and disappeared with
Rooms at Hatfield dormitory,
Northwestern University, looted. Five
students report stuff missing.
George Keating, 534 W. 60th pi.,
and Carl Zimmerman, 5845 S. Hal
sted st., Held as burglar suspects.
Twelve men in raid on 35 S. Clark
st. John Grace booked as keeper of
Edmund K. Jarecki appointed to
succeed Judge Fake in Municipal
WHAT THE COUNCIL DID
Concurred in Mayor Harrison's ap
pointment of a permanent charter
commission of fifteen aldermen and
the same number of private citizens.
Concurred in the mayor's appoint
ments to fill vacancies on the Chicago
plan commission and extending the
jives of the lake shore reclamation
commission and the municipal mar
Referred to the license committee
an ordinance making it illegal to sell
or give away cigarettes and prohibit
ing persons under 21 years old from
using tobacco m any form.
Inquired as to its powers to limit
the campaign expenses of aldermen
and other city officials.
Asked if It could punish the board
of supervising engineers for allowing
the surface traction lines to use un
fair methods of bookkeeping.
LAWYER KILLS AGED DAD
New York, May 5. Chester Dur
yea, 43,. a lawyer, shot and killed
his father, Hiram Duryea, 82, wealthy
starch manufacturer early this morn
ing i nthe large sleeping porch the
Duryea shot his father seven times.
The police are unable to discover a '
motive, but believe that he is de
ranged. o o
Some women go in for the high
brow pose, "while others prefer the
low neck.Cincinnati "Enquirert