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LOCAL EVENTS IN TABLOID FORM
Joseph Zinke, 3120 S. Albany
ave., was beaten and thrown off
the platform of a 47th street car
at .yincennes ave., following an
argument with the conductor.
tThe car did not stop. No arrests.
Walter Mattick, recruit Sox
outfielder, looks good for a regu
lar berth with the .South Siders,
following his performance yester
day, when he banged out four
hits, and pegged two men dead at
"the plate. The Sox beat Waco,
11 to 6, Delhi pitching.
Alexander H. Roy, contractor
in masonry, 3034 N. Spalding
ave., and his two sons, Thomas
and William, seriously injured
when an auto driven by G. Von
Lisky, wholesale meat dealer,
crashed into their wagon at Dick
ens street and Sawyer ave.
Police at ' Maxwell street sta
tion today shot the Newfound
land dog which yesterday killed
three-year-old Anna DeCarVo.
George Horine, Stanford uni-.
versity, yesterday cleared .the bar
at 6 feet 6 inches in the run
ning high jump, "Breaking the rec
ord. . Joseph Zfllinski last night shot
and killed his niece, Von-flcal
Blazckut, who had repulsed his
attentions. Zillinski attempted
to commit suicide after thetrime,
but may recover. -The vo had
been to church, and the girl was
carrying her prayerbook and ros
ary when shot
Rocco Ivocello, 77.1 W. Polk
street, this morning struck An
thony Auretiso, 514 W. Taylor
fracturing his sTcull. Auretiso
will probably die. His assailant
Manager Chance of the Cubs
is a sad man. Rain butted in on
his ball tossers at Louisville
again yesterday, adding another
idle day to the already long'lisft
Chance denied 'that he would
leave Toney with the Colonels. "
An 'Enghsh woman suffragist
has asked the women-to go with
out hats, Jintil they are given the
ballot. - With Easter millinery
bills in prospect, the married men
could be counted on the refuse
them suffrage until the end of
"Irs a punk idea," declare our
friends Gertie and Mame.
Princeton won the triangular:
debate from Harvard and YaleI
defending the negative against
one and the affirmative against
the other. .
Princeton surely is going to
turn out some successful lawyers.
Ninety truck farms will be dis-r
tributed among the, poor people
of Chicago by the Chicago City
Gardens Association in.the coffee
room of Hull House Sunday aft
ernoon, April 14, at 3 o'clock.
Thomas J. Doyle, a guard at
the-bridewell, was fined thirty
days' pay by the civil service
commission for taking cocaine
into the institution to prisoners.
He said hef acted only as ames
senger, and did not know the
package contained drugs.
Awful punishment, isn't it?
Thirty days' pay for helping to
street, over the head with a' pick, j dope human bodies. . And how.