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LOCAL DOINGS IN TABLOID FORM
School. board must show reason for not seating ousted trustees or be cited for contemptof -court. Masked men raided store of J. C Bra'inerd, Round Lake. Got $300 and escaped in customer's buggy. Aged parents of "Handsome Jack" Koetters in court. Sisters wept in alleged slayer's arms. John Mullaney, 27, 2017 Hastings st, founded wounded in alley. Bullet entered thigh. Accidental. Stephen Gusick, 25, 211 24th pi., struck by auto. Dead. 100 routed by fire at 1644 Girard st. Damage 850,000. Three men entered X W. Colton's restaurant, 7 E. 26th st. Robbed cash register. Got away from police after pistol battle. Mrs Potter Palmer may tell about $67,000 if she finds time. Edward N. Breitung, Chicago banker, confirms marriage of daugh ter to gardener. May be annulled. Jury in Koetters' murder trial com pleted. State to demand death. Lawrence Nolan, 10, and Irene, 12, 6041 S. Elizabeth st., claim to have been kidnaped by man in taxi and thrown into basement Police doubt story. Mrs. Anna Liebrich, 65, 3136 Cam bridge av., saved aged husband from death. Dragged him to safety from burning house. Mrs. Alice Cohlgraff, 4531 N. Ra cine st, robbed by man impersonat ing fireman. Lost $40. Special State's Attorney Northrup to drop vote fraud trials unless money is furnished to continue prosecution. Only one subway plan to appear on ballot. Initial subway plan elimi nated. Auto collided with wagon on Drexel blvd. Martin McHugh, driver, slightly hurt. Peter Netinger, Evanston, thrown from buggy. Severely bruised. Dr. Thomas A. Dupuis, 38 S. Dear torn st, held as "alleged quack." Corporation counsel ruling upholds single fare. Passengers may reverse direction on street cars. Company objects. Temporary injunction granted 78 milk dealers. City enjoined from en forcing use of temperature-recording I device. Frank Meizel used $2,000 violin as club: Arrested. Discharged. Destruc tion of violin considered , sufficient punishment. Two starving Chinamen found in box car at Michigan Central yards. Will be examined for deportation. Inventory of Solomon Litt's estate shows total of $400,000. "Oatmeal trust" quiz to be resumed today. Special order issued by Gleason on street sidewalk roller skating. Chil dren to be turned over to Juvenile Court. Five overcome by gas at 515 Bowen av. All revived. Auto bandits tried to raid Ellis av. "L" station. Frightened away. Abraham Katz, widower, sued for $25,000 by Mrs. Frieda Ginsburg, widow. Breech of promise. G. A. Grants, held for alleged em bezzlement of $1,000 from Roemer Novelty Co., released. Was ill in bed when assumed to be missing. Thomas J. Sullivan, member of safety first committee, fined $15. Speeding. Safeblowers looted Boyle & O'Hara's store, 1945 W. Madison st Got $900. Michigan and Jackson blvds. in ( I darkness. Short, circuit blamed. . Case of R. E. Stancliffe, 4707 Cot tage Grove av., charged with hugging Mrs. Anna Falk,' 4713 Cottage Grove . av., continued. William C. tllis, convicted wife' murderer, taken to Joliet to com mence 15-year term. Olaf M. Olsen, former postal clerk, given one year in Bridewell for rob bing mails. Asked for longer' term.