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NWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
T ... T3m11a OfCO T mi
street, bricklayer, fell ten stories
from a scaffoldon the new Rand
McNally buildfng this morning
and was instantly killed.
' An unidentified man was shot
; and mortally wounded by a For
est Park policeman 'while trying
to escape with $900 worth of
goods he had stolen from a" store
at 7411 W. Madison street.
. The steamersJRacine, Georgia
and Alatiama are stuck in the ice
off Evanstoij, and will be unable
to reach their .docks until warm
winds clear a passage, i
Gee whiz! Is this really spring,
or do we gejt another blizzard.
If all these presidential guys
keep on kicking each other's
'dawgs arounv, old Bill Bryan is
mighty apt "to walk off with the
job hiriiseff. 4We all know wheje
Gov. Marshall of Indiana, with
his wife.was refused accommo
dations at the Great Northern
hotel because he was carrying no
And the governor had better
carry some baggage in the shape
of delegates when he.tries to get
into the natiqnal convention, or
tie'll be turned down again.
Assistant Chief of v Police
Schuettler is considering pur
chasing bloodhounds to use in
police work. They will be taught
to trail crooks outside the depart
ments It might' be embarrassing if a
dog was placed on the trail of a
collector. A dog couldn't te ex
pected to know who was "all
and who wasn't:
Dr. Audley Sanders saved the
life o the .four-day-old baby of
Mrs. Esther Adelson, 2344 W.
Taylor street, by allowing a pint
and a half of his blood to "b.e
transfused to the infant.
Four people were slightly in
jured'in a crash of rvo street caw
at 12th and Clark streets.
"Lefty" Mogridge went the
route for the Spx yesterday, triiri
mingthe Southwestern univer
sity tearall to J. Pinch Hitter
Bill Lange lived up to, his slug
ging "reputation by lacing out a
home run. .
Frances Haida, a telephone op
erator, 1740, W. 21st street, sued
George Miller for $85; .which she.
said she had given him to buy
clothes and furnish a flat for, them
after they were married. Geprge
didn't marry and disappeared
with the money. " "
Even if all the Hearst papers
say about Roger Sullivan is true,
what difference is there for the
people between Roger and Andy
Lawrence? , t
Now they're trying to get that
woman's suffrage vote befblrp
judge Pettit. If they do well,
we'll see what we see.
Judge Dolan asked Miss Haida
why she "didn't -marry George
now and settle the case, George
being willing. "Nothing doing
said Frances, 'I want the money
She wasgiven judgment"
r Martin Whetstone, who shot
and killed his elder brother, Will
iam, in their parents' home at
Desplaines, 111 was exonerated