todays -No report of the accident
was made by the car crew, and'
4he police are hunting the men.
The car that truck him did not
Now doth the busy candidate
Improve each busy minute,
Hustling for that little job,
Because there's something in
'Tm sick and have no home.
Take me to the County hospital.
I don't wantto die in the street,"
saidNan old man giving his name
s Peter Christenson when he
walked into the West Lake street
police station. He died at the
hospital tins' afternoon.
Douglas Genslinger, 17, arrest
ed in a barn at 5827 S. Wabash,
charged with the theft dt-an auto
and several robberies. The barn
was filled with property thet po
lice suspect was stolen.
If everything is true that each
newspaper says about the candi
date it is fighting, then there's a
fine bunch of pirates running for
office in Chicago. But then, there
must 'be some-good in some 'of
The police -reform wave has
quieted down. Guess the admin
istration must be all set now, and
ready for the primaries. And
business is picking up in the vice
district. Politics is a son-of-a-gun,
John Peters was fined $100
and costs for too strenuous woo
ing today. Peters, knife in hand,
chased Josephine Schneider,' 942
Sangamon street, into the Des
plaines street station. He board
ed at the Schneider home, and be
came incensed when the girl re
fused to marry .him.
Miss Mary Lonergan given
$25,000 damages for breach of
promise against Dr. Daniel B.
Hayden of University of Chicago.
In one letter he said he would
"kiss her into dreamland by ab
sent treatment' Hayden was
too absent he married another
Mrs. Amy Louise Thies given
divorce from Dr. Henry F. Thies.
Loving letter from actress in St.
Paul to the doctor, and tender
missive from doctor to his wife's
sister gave Mrs. Thies her decree."
Two explosions on the North
Side this morning caused panic in
the Italian colony, and police had
visions of another Black Hand
plot. Workmen-for gas company
'were blasting a tunnel under
north branch of river, from North
ave. to Chicago ave.
Attorney Buckingham for the
packers today told jury that his
clients were -fine men, good to
their families, and ought to be ac
quitted. , ,
President Taft yesterday kiss
ed a little girl in Massachusetts,
and she said his whiskers tickled.
Council committee on judiciary
turned down amendment to city
amusement ordinances requiring
that children under 14 years old
be barred from theaters unless ac
companied by parents or rela
tives. Why is it that there are more
womfcn sun worshipers ihan
men? Guess the men prefer the
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