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by a coroner's jury on the evi-
dence of the mother of the boys,
who said that Martin fired in
Chance and his Cubs had three
h6urs' swimming practice on the
diamond at Nashville yesterday.
If the grounds are in condition a
game will be flayed with Nash
ville this afternoon, Cole and
Brown being the probable.pitch
ers. After courting Lillian Far
rand for nearly three years, Wal
ter E. Moody has married her
mother. Lillian seemed to think
Moody would make a better
stepfather than husband, as she
was a witness at the wedding.
Caleb Storey, 84, Wabash, Ind.,
died there after fasting 39 days.
He declared he had lost all de
sire to eat.
The yeform wave caught In
spector Wheeler, but it went
down and out just as it got to
Hinky Dink and The Bathhouse.
Who was afraid?
Wall street has gobbled up an
other magazine. Hearst has
bought The World today.
Charles Wilt has been arrested
in Denver, suspected of being
one of the men who gofc $5,000
from Edward Johnson, an aged
Chicagoan, on a "wire-tapping"
Mrs. Moore Hart, Delia
Hedgepath and Jennie Wallace
arrested, charged with selling a
"love bean." If you had one of
these beans you were granted ev
ery wish. The women are also
said to have sold "mystic oil,"
which" was guaranteed to . be
Safe blowers secured $7.50
from a safe in the office of R. IE'
Yeske, 1228 S. Western ave
Arthur P. Zimmerrnan, 4848
Union ave., was discharged as
manager of the annex, of the
Municipal lodging house. He was ,
accused of striking Rev. A. A.
Mahoney when the minister in
vestigated conditions at the an
If all the members of the U. S.
seqate who bought their seats
were kicked out, how would they
get a quorum?
If Hanish had started a depart
ment store instead of a cult, the
newspapers might have been
Mrs. Harry G. Flynn is suing
her husband, Dr. Harry V. -Flynn,
for divorce, alleging
cruelty. She says he forced her
to serve chop suey at 1 :30 in the
Forcing a person to associate''
with chop suey in any way is our
idea of the ultimate in cruelty.
The Illinois legislature starts
performing in its own initimable
way at Springfield this evening. t
Why go to, a circus ?
Stanley Muzer loves Mrs. Ag
nes Stepichka, a widow. When he
found Charles Gonosa in her
home last night he jabbed the-pair
several times with a knife, and
then kicked the body of the wi- j
dow asishfe lay on the floor. The
victims will recover. Maxwell
street police are looking for
Feared that Eva Anders, who