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'August Netzel, Jr., 1413 Oak
Hale ave., left wife Sunday, tak
ing his 5 children. Telephoned
'brother last night. Didn't give
message for wife.
16 men arrested in raid on Win,
Fresse's cigar store, 68 W. Chi
cago ave. Gambling. One of
Mont Tennes' joints.
Denied at Congress and Black
stone hotels that T. Roosevelt has
reserved rooms for Republican
National convention week.
Despite denials there is deep
seated suspicion in minds of gen
tlemen slated to "put Taft over."
Packers forced 5-cent reduction
in hog values yesterday.
But you'll notice that the price
of pork stays where it was on
the road, up.
Through police, Mrs. Carrie
Seidel, 1837 Lafrabee St., got
back her "principal means of sup
port," stolen week ago. French
poodle. Raises puppies.
Wm. J. Koch, 251 W. 61st pL,
signal repairman Pennsylvania
road, electrocuted at work on sig
Skeleton of antedeluvian mon
ster known as Ophiacodon-mirus,
put on exhibition in Walker mu
seum, University of Chicago.
Rockefeller's educational joint
has so many skeletons in its cup
boards you wouldn't think it
would be hunting for more.
John Stewart, 85, father of Al
derman J, P. Stewart, and resi
dent of Chicago for 62 years, dead
at home, 1937 Warren ave.
Dr. James B. McFatrich, presi
dent Board of Education, has
joined "boosters of Examiner's
j Boy City School for Strikebreak
It's a kind of pity -some of our
city and county officials who ar,e
drawing down the people's money
wouldn't attend to their jobs, an4
quit working' for Andy Lawrence.
"I know that Colonel Roosevelt
is coming to Chicagp during the
week of the Republican conven
tion." Harry S. New, chairman
Harry S. New being the only
man in the country, not excluding
Roosevelt, to be possessed of this
information, he js to be congratu
lated. Joseph B. Kealing, one of Taft:
managers, arrived in Chicago and
now is busy lining up national
committee for his boss.
Mrs. Marshall Field has coyly
omitted to invite Mrs. Harold F.
McCormick to opening of Saddle
and Cycle club.
This is spanking Mrs. McCor
mick on the wrist for saying she
didn't like the way society buds
and others drank booze at tile
JKnights of Columbus, their
wives, mothers and sisters, will
go to Washington Thursday for
unveiling of Lorado7 Taft monu
ment to Columbus.
.Stationary engineers . employ-"
ed by Sulzberger & Co. at the
stockyards, wenton strike when
one of their number was fired
without cause. j
Machinists-of Grand Trunk Pa
cific have appealed to Canadian
Minister of Labor to force man
agers of road into conference on