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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
Jury for Stella Czemerowska, on trial for murder of Frank Koczniski, her fiance, completed. Trial of Mrs. Augusta Dietz and George Nurnberg for murder of wo man's husband continued until March 16th. Aid. Charles D. Twigg of 28th ward choked and robbed by two men. Lost $19 and $50 stickpin. Seven jurors in Mrs. Louise Sear Van Keuren murder trial. Mrs. Van Keuren objected to women jurors. Former Governor Charles S. De neen claims prison is good thing. Says prisoners live longer than those who have liberty. Disturbance created at Logan Square Theater, Milwaukee av., when discharged hypnotic subject exposed alleged fake. Edwin De Love held for creating trouble. Miss Catherine Bender, 6007 S. Carpenter St., knocked down by runa way in loop. Severely injured. John Poot, traffic policeman, bruised. Ernest Palmer will speak on "In surance and Fire Prevention" at North-West Side Commercial Ass'n Luncheon, Gerston's Cafe, Ashland av. and Division St., Thursday, March 12, 12:30 noon. Saloon booths ordered out in bar rooms by Chief Gleason. Police given orders to strip curtained stalls in winerooms. Claimed that Samuel Caplow, 16, 4918 Calumet av., was lured into sa loon and robbed of $160. Warrants issued for three saloonkeepers and woman running negro boarding house. , Charles Cading, 1063 Cornelia av., held for abusing wife, released to at tend funeral of 6-year-old daughter, Margaret. Child died from spinal meningitis. Corporation Counsel William H. Sexton answers "loafing" charges. Claims Efficiency Bureau is sore be cause refused permission to dig into City Hall matters. 15 indictments returned by federal grand jury. Rifling mails, stealing cigars and smuggling among of fenses. Series of five weekly discussion meetings will be held at Shakespeare School, 46th and Greenwood av., be ginning Friday, March 13, 8 p. m. Rob Roy Ricketts voluntarily turn ed over $30,000 personal property to defunct million-dollar art concern. Receivers having difficulty to learn condition of firm. Both subway plans to appear on ballot. Voters will have chance to decide on tube question. Result unchanged by recount in 11th and 16th Wards. H.-H. men fail to get on ballot. Edward F. Weyerson, 164 W. Washington st., arrested. Alleged bigamy. Four cab. drivers fined $10 and costs for acting as guides to disreput able resorts. Robert Young captured after auto chase. Charged with trying to raid Peter Papadinas restaurant, 1051 E. 43rd st. Patrick Cormody, 3736 Wallace st., struck by stolen auto." Timothy O'Brien and Frank Roedemeister ar rested. Thomas Maloney fined $10 as al leged "jackrdller." Charged with tak ing $10 from Robert McFadden. Dr. Alvin C. Hiester, 3625 22d st., held for murder. Alleged to have per formed criminal operation on Mrs'. Elizabeth O'Donnell, 32, 3414 W. Polk st. Francis Palcyn, 801 N. LaSalle. st., held for abduction. Alleged to have taken Ethel Russell, 18, 5334 W. Van Buren st., to hotel. Palcyn was fined $200 for disorderly conduct. John Zecdeck fell 50 feet at Mc Cord & Co.'s plant, W. 120th st. Only slightly bruised. Julius Hoffman, 65, 11713 Stewart av., dropped dead on street car. Heart disease.