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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
"Early Spring," $8,000 painting, missing from galleries of Moulton & Ricketts, bankrupt'imllion pillar art concern. Mr. and Mrs. Long of Montreal dropped belt containing $1,000 on Pullman car. Found by porter and turned over to railroad officials. Health Commissioner Young wants bond issue for contagious disease hospital with 600 beds. Mathew Stariha, escaped lifer, re captured. Registration revision may cut vote lists down by 25,000. More killed in homes than on streets, says Coroner Hoffman. 805 fatalities in dwellings, 772 on streets. Jury in case of Thomas W. Payne, charged with assault to murder Miss Bernice Douther, dismissed.' Miss Douther fainted when flashlight photo was taken in court. Counsel for Payne thought occurrence might prejudice jurors. Thompson's restaurant, 339 W. Madison st., raided by 2 men. Got $50. Near panic on "L" train on Ravens wood line when fire broke out under floor of second coach. A meeting in. the interests of Aid. John H. Bauler will be held by the 22d Ward Independent Democratic Club at their headquarters, 542 W. North av., Friday evening. 22d Ward Women's Democratic Organization will meet at 542 W. North av., Thursday, March 19, 8 p. m. Chester Brower, 12, 1056 N. Pau lina St., killed by auto while roller skating. South Park commissioners refus ed permission to use Grant Park for women's suffrage demonstration. Employes of bridge repair depart ment charged with "loafing." City engineer investigating. John W. Worthington, head of de funct American Banking Ass'n, or dered to face trial. Claimed to have erysipelas of face and to be quar antined. Bond will be forfeited if he does not appear. J. Franklin Best, missing cashier Citizens' National Bank, Netcong, N. J., arrested. Was recognized by former depositor. Missing since April 26, 1913. City committee on local transport ation refused to consider Eugene Pu trelle's subway proposition. Putrelle wouldn't disclose names of alleged backers. Dr. R. E. Hayden raided wife's flat. Discovered pipes, hats, shoes and pa jamas. Claims articles belong to Arthur S. Carruthers, man named in divorce suit. Mrs. Florence Wooley Overshiner Bentley wants divorce. Tired of gay life and wishes to remarry first hus band. - Otto Schubert, driver See & 'Co., wholesale grocers, robbed by two men. Lost $202. Claim of Indian tribes to lake front ' land denied by court. Two arrests ordered in 'Briggs House holdup. William Strunimer, who was shot, will recover. Woman's Day meeting, Chicago Christian Socialist Fellowship, will be held Sunday, March 22, 2:30 p. m., room 811 Masonic Temple. E. M. Gates, 5322 Wentworth av., friend of Abraham Lincoln, arrested for embezzlement. Alleged to have withheld $111 from M. Jtfueller. Hearing of Dr. Charles C. Singley, 21 E. Van Buren st., alleged "quack," postponed. Said to have swindled Vassel Lookanoff. Judge O'Connor to preside over hearing of second trial of Bernard J. Mahoney. Mahoney is alleged to have marked ballots in 1.912 election. Local committee formed to fight cocaine and dope. Frederick Robin son, president of national organiza tion urges immediate action. Dr. Frederick Cook wants Cyril Scott, actor, stopped from using line. "What Jack London wrote about and.