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World" pulled through' all right
last night at the Grand Opera
hpuse. No outraged citizen force
fully presented aged vegetables
to the actors. They even laughed
at the show.
And yet some people say the
press agent business is a lost art.
Armed robber atempted to
hold upMrs. Anna Huehn and
her daughter, proprietors of can
dy shop at 5811 Evanston ave.
Both jabbed man with hatpins
and he fled.
Thinking today a holiday, clerk
in Joliet National bank last night
set the time clock to open
Thursday. Bank operated ori
borrowed money today.
Pickpockets secured $13 and
check for $54 from JohR Donag
hue on South Side "L" train.
Henry Beck, 1245 W. Taylor
street, robbed of purse containing
$12 by pickpockets while riding
on Taylor street car at Halsted at
6 o'clock last night.
Fire in Calvary Baptist church,
S. Michigan and W, 60th did $10,
Daniel Deady, out of work and
despondent, attempted suicide by
cutting his throat. Found walk
ing on S. Ashland ave., apparent
ly dazed. Taken to new city po
lice station. Coat collar opened
and gash found in his neck. Was
still clutching knife. Removed to
county hospital, where recovery
was considered improbable.
Bill Harrington, a pitching sen
sation, was signed by the Cubs to
daj Finished last season with
Louisville in American association.
Two freight trains on Burling
ton collided at 39th and Went
worth early today. Wreckage
caught fire, but was quickly ex
tinguished by firemen. Street car
James McCutcheon, 2812 W.
36th street, is in love with Miss
Margaret Crotly, 3538 Honore
street. Miss Crotty's father is
Policeman Daniel Crotty, who
didn't like McCutcheon. The two
met at friend's house. Crotty ar
rested the young man, who broke
away and fled, but stopped when
the policeman drew his revolver.
McCutcheon, discharged by judge
Antonio Maggiore has not yet
decided whether he will go into
"vodeville" or write his expe
rience for a magazine.
"The wide open church must
offset the wide open saloon," said
Rev. George B. Safford, last
night, speaking on Polyglot Chi
cago. Dr. Miximillian Kuznik, speak
ing last nigh before the Homeo
pathic Medical Sqciety of Chi
cago, said on"e could diagnose
one's ailment by the symptoms
expressed in the face. Just look
in the mirror; he said. For in
stance : Upper lip drawn up, pain
But what is it a sign of, doc
tor, when you stagger to the mir
ror and see two faces? Or can't
see any face?
When you straighten your
shoulders and stand like a man
there's no one going to walk over
you without getting a pretty hard
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