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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO'
What happens to us after we
die? Asks the Evening Ameri
can. Willie Ranoften Hearst, after
many unsuccessful campaigns
for onice, should know what hap
pens after we die. In regard to
f political demise, y'know.
An armed man held up a 47th
street car at Morgan street,
cowed the passenger with a re
volver, took $10 from the con
ductor and escaped.
After riding on the Halsted
street car, we' can't work up any
indignation over the fact that the
company loses $10. v, '
But professional etiquet ought
to stop a robber from working on
"the same street with the car com
pany. Michael Courtnev. a criDole.
yas still thirstywhen the saloons'
closed at 1 o clock, len minutes
after that hour he broke a win
dow in a saloon at 1001 W. Jack-
' son blvd. when refused admit
tance. The city is keeping Mike
outNo'f the snow today. '
Fire which swept ' two five
story buildings at 59-61-63 E.
Lake street early today did $100,-
000 damage and threatened the
entire block. Blaze started in
Lewis Tea Cos store room.
Henry Mercy, brother of Miss
f Esther Mercy, who is suing Dean
Marion Talbot of Chicago uni
versity for alleged slander,- said
the dean declared his sister was
"an immoral'woman and unfit to
be connected with the University
The university is very proud of
the connection John D-Rockefe-'
ler has with it. Jawn is the ready
A baby girl was born on the
street at the corner of Root and
Union, yesterday to Mrs. Julia
Walsh, 432 S. Ashland. ' '
Thexhief argument of the pack
ers seems to be that their offense
does nor come'within the .scope '
of the criminal law. Intimating
that they are guilty, but don't'
like the way the government is''
going after them. The case is ex
pected to go to the, jury Friday.
Solomon B. Aultman of Tarn- "
pa, Fla., indicted by the grand
jury here on a charge of larceny
as bailee from Miss Elizabeth'
Bickerdike. She says she was
victimized out of $150,000 byv
Aultman, who became her legal .
adviser while she was boarding
with his family in Tampa. ""
Mrs. Louise Vermilya, charg-0
ed with the murder of Richard T. ""
Smith, will be placed on trial to-5
Sun cult leader Hanish, indict
ed by the federal grand jury, -jvill
be forced to give new bond for
his appearance for trial before "
Winter seemed to break, the
atmosphere got warmer and the
snow and ice began- to thaw.
When? Why when the politi
cians began to fH the town with
hot air. j 0 s
Yes, Child, there are late trains
on the Illinois " Central. In fact10
some of them seem to run only on t
Tuesdays. But the I. C. adver-'
tises. . - '"