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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, December 14, 1914, LAST EDITION, Image 3

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5 years' service, one uniform a year
free; after ten years' service, two
uniforms a year free.
Members of the South Parks board
are appointed by the nine circuit
judges of Cook county. One com
missioner is appointed each year-for a
five-year term. The term of Edward
A. Tilden expires next year, that of
Joseph Donnersberger the year fol
lowing. John Barton Payne, lawyer
for the be.et trust and for various rail
roads, is president of the board. He
was appointed this year.
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CASES AGAINST THE SURFACE
LINES CONTINUED
170 cases against the Chicago sur
face lines were transferred from
Judge Wade to Judge Newcomer this
morning and then continued. The
cases were filed by the city "of Chi
cago and charge the company with
violating the ordinance by not dis
playig the names of the destination
points.
Ass't Corporation Counsel George'
L. Reker charged in court that the
street car lines were only asking a
change of venue from Judge Wade in
an effort to "stall" along for more
time and thereby tire out the wit
nesses. Three cases against the company
charging them with refusing to 'take
transfers from the Racine av. line at
47th and Halsted, where the Racine
av. car loops will be heard this aft
ernoon. The corporation counsel's office
contemplates filing 700 more cases
against the street car companies,
charging various violations.
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PA. SEES INDUSTRIAL REVIVAL
Pittsburg, Pa., Dec. 14. Western
Pennsylvania was pulsing today with
the signs of an industrial revival. This
was particularly evident in steel, but
reports from mining districts were
also encouraging.
Newcastle, McKeesport, Sharon
and Farrell were centers of renewed 1
activity in steel, while in the Monon
gahela Valley, hundreds of miners
have returned to work and the pros
pect is for a merrier Christmas than
had been thought possible. In the
little town of Bunols, 400 miners went
back to work after a long period of
idleness.
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