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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
This lovely SPRING weather
is GREAT April Fool!
Prohibitionists claim that the
fact their, primary ballot will be
blue has no significance.
And the Dpninrrstlc hallot will
be rose. Considering that Wil
lie Hearst is one ot Democracy s
sponsors, the ticket should be
Two highwaymen stabbed and
probably fatally injured Josph
Graboski, 745 Keith street, when
they found he had no money.
Well,N maybe we're going to
have the streets cleaned after all
' by the rain. The politicians are
too busy yep ! that's -the reason
' theres a campaign on..
Speaking of the Mercy case
in the first place, why should
Dean Talbot into affairs that
don't concern her?
Nominating petitions of Theo
Jdore Roosevelt, Champ Clark and
Woodrow Wilson for the pre$i-
' dential preference primary were
filed with the secretary of state at
Springfield this morning. Pres
ident Taffs petition was filed
AnVaged man, believed- to be
Daniel Carlson was found uncon
scious With a wound on his head
at W. Chicago ave, and Gault
court." Thought to have been hit
by auto or cat.
Nice little civilized town is
Rock Island where, according to
detectives, they aredfferingr$10,
000 to the -first 'gun man" "who
kills either the mayoi1 or the chief
of police. But, may.be the, detec
tives are liars.
A brick was thrown through a
window in the Warren ave. sta
tion last night. From the ate
sence of small boys on the street
a few minutes after the crash the
police concluded it was an acr
Many mothers in-the neighbor
hood were surprised that their
sons wanted to go to ped so early
"Chicago has reasons to be
proud of conditions," says post
officeinspector, James E. Stuarti
No, that doesn't mean dirty street
All Fools' day is the logical
time for a cablegram to the
Hearst papers about the 'steehth
wiping out of the Turkish army
William Richley, 854 WyLake
street, arrested this morning
after holding up and robbing
Entil Klem at Randolph and
Thomas Burns, 66 W. Van
Buren, knocked down and se
riously injured by a Parmelee
Transfer Co. bus at W: VanBuren
and Clark streets.
James W. Johnstone of Wentz
ville, Mo., wanted to see sights
of Chicago, and' secured two fer.
male guides. After getting his
watch andNmoney, the women
threw him out of a taxicab in
front of the Blacksfone hotel.
Suffragettes are unaimous in
their support of a proposed law
to enable wornen when called as
witnesses and asked their age 'to
hide behind the statement: "I am
of legal-age.'?. . - -,
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