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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Coleman Joyce asked police, to
arrest his sister-iij-law Mrs. Mar
garet Joyce, 359 W. Oak street.
Says she threw pan of boiling
water on his head when he knock
ed at her door. Warm welcdme,
as it were.
William Frank, 704 Eggleston
ave., severely beaten by two foot
pads in alley on Clark between
Monroe and Adams eaYly today,
and robbed of $10and a watch.
Albert Jule, Halversen, of Chi
cago, telegraph operator, en route
to St. Louis, killed by train at
President Taft will be in Chi
cago for five speeches March 9,
according to a statement given
out atxthe white house today.
Detective Patrick J. Howley,
investigating reported burglary
on Grand ave., slipped from sec
ond floor porch and fell into yard.
Neck and head cut. Hospital.
John Fayad and Miss, Anna
George, 62 W. Huron, married
last night in Roosevelt hall,
Clark and Erie. Fighting enjoyed
by guests, 50 taking part. Four
wounded with knives and bottles,
and eight were arrested. Per
Four firemen overcome by
smoke fighting a S10,000 fire in
stable of J. J. O'Heron Teaming
Co., 567-71 W. Polk last night.
Were revived, and returned to
work. Two hundred horses res
Mrs. Hellen Hammergren, wi
dow, 1211 Otis street, suing Hen
ry Gilbertson, wealthy farmer,
Westchestei; township, Indf, for
$5,000 for breach of promise. Says
one of his great passions was'her ;
other was his pigs. ,Pigs won,
so she is squealing.
Misquoting Kipling: A woman
is only a woman, but a first-class
pig is a hog.
The New York Giants are
away first in the pennant race.
The advance squad reached Mar
lin Springs yesterday for spring
Johnny Coulon of Chicago
smothered Frankie Burns of
Jersey City at New Orleans last
night. Johnny put Burns down
for the count of nine in the last
round, the twentieth, getting the
decision on points.
The Taft club of Chicago has
given out 20 reasons for "support
ing "Big Bill." The main one,
which isn't mentioned, is that he
gives out the jobs.
Rev. Johnston Myers preached
to a congregation of unemployed
last night, declaring that "failure
in life is inevitably traceable' to
a lack of trust in God."
All of which sounds very pret
ty, but it not materially filling.'
And to a hungry man a "trust"
from the grocer is the most im
portant "trust." ,
Miss Lucy Page Gaston was
the guest of honor at a banquet
of the -internes of the county hos
pitaPlast night. When she came
in, cigarettes and pipes were
burning brightly. But when she
began to talk they were put out.
Put her to work on the I. C.
L. Peters, 5637 Woodlawn ave.,
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