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The day book. (Chicago, Ill.) 1911-1917, April 13, 1912, Image 8

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What gets our goat, is why it is
necessary for a committee from
the city council to go to Virginia
to frame up the committee ap
pointments. Thi sis departure
from back-room slates, but prin
ciple is same, and it costs more
money. By the way, who pays
lor this trip r
Pennsylvania and Boise Pen
rose are today indicating their
choice for presidential nomina
tion. Usually choice of Boise is
that of the "boys." And that's no
joke.
Monroe Susman, son of weal
thy eastern man, sentenced to six
months in bridewell for running
away with wife of W. G. Hoage
of Montclair, N. J. Hoage fol
lowed them here. Judge Scully
scored Susmann, saying, "Men
like you, with autosbreak homes.
iYou are responsible for the scar
city of baby carriages.
r According to American, Judge
'Owens is going to see that Sulli
van thugs do not steal Demo
cratic convention, and according
to Sullivanites national guards
lraen will look to it that Hearst
Harrisonites do not pull '"any
cjooked stunts.
s If assertions of both come true,
Judge Owens will be chaipnan,
aWd delegates will all be police
men and guardsmen. Wont be
any room for any one else.
Incidentally will of great Amer
ican people will be done. Or, if
you like, great American people
yvill "be done, and "done" good.
-Michael F. Nugent, George M.
&ieckholl, Georgffe 6. Gerat and
John Gibson, 'building inspectors,
wete. changed today with neglect
of duty, and their suspension rec
ommended. A bank messenger was held up
today at the corner of 1th street
and Armour ave. and robbed of
$1,198. Detectives commandered
a passenger train and pursued a
freight on which it was thought
the robber escaped. He wa.s not
found.
Mrs? Catherine Riley, 3041
Poplar ave., was fatally injured
by a Halsted street car at 31st
street.
Harry Jasperf a taxi chauffeur,
ran down Antonio Bucola, street
sweeper yesterday, picked man
up, took him to hospital, and
then surrendered to police, who
now call him "model chauffeur."
James W. Kilby, special police
man for G, M. & St. P. R. R., fin
ed $200 and costs and cited for
contempt by Judge Caverly. Mrs.
Julia Kamplan, 2255 W. 50th
street, said Kilby told her she
would get into trouble if she pros
ecuted two men charged with se
rious offense against her 15-year-old
daughter.
Body of Mrs. Frances E. Craw
ford, 60, 2520 Thomas street, who
warfdered from her home yester
day morning, found in the lagoon
at Humboldt park. s
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A farmer in Eastern Oregon
had two windmills on "his farm, he
took one of them down saying'
that there was not wind enough
to run both of them at the same
time.

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