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NEWS OF THE DAY CONCERNING CHICAGO
Patrick Webb. 100. who train
ed famous Light .Brigade, which
made history at Balaklava in
Crimean war, died at home, 5256
C. J. "Tipp") Doyle, state fire
marshal, appointed secretary of
state to succeed late James A.
Rose by Gov. Deneen.
Masked robber held, up Leahy
& Mulcahy saloon, 3459 Went
worth ave. Got $7 and gold watch
from Claude Crane, customer.
"Chicago has improved since
the, time described by W. T.
Stead's "If Christ Came to Ori
cago." Sir. Win. Theloar, form
er lord mayor -of London.
Still, we have Andy Lawrence
blotting up our 'scrutcheon but
perhaps Treloar wasn't here long
enough to get hep to Andy.
Mrs. Emmans Blaine says
women's hats that weigh over
five ounces result in mental af
flictions. Guess that all depends on
what's under the hat. Mrs. Blaine
is a "prominent society leader,"
whatever that is, by the way.
Katharina Zlogar, Russian, 22,
arrived in Chicago, Grand Cen
tral station, 10 a. m. -Tuesday.
Sent telegram to aunt. Never
"Six months' trial has proved
good qf adult probation law by
which first offenders are given
another chance." J. W. Hous
ton, chief probation; officer.
" John Sfnjanski, 23 13538 On
tario ave.) swimming in Calumet
river at E. 120 st, Crampsv
John Halsted, 21, thrown by
horse, which was irighrened by
auto at Lake Shore Drive and
Bellevue place. Taken to home
at 216 Wendell st.
Arthur Hallenbergv 6, 218
Whiting sty bitten by dog- owned
by Win. Landgraf, 932 Wells st.
Chicago ave. station for treat
ment. Joe Stampius, 128-Kensington
ave., bruised when- "pony cart
wrecked by auto driven by Win.'
Randolph, 259 Vermont st, Blue
Island. Taken home.
Bernard Wieworski, 2500 Cly
bourn ave., kicked wife when at
tacked bv ennui. Tudge Caverly.'
$200 and' costs.
Examination of 70 strikebreak
ing freight handlers, "Wood st.
station, Chicago &Xorthwesternf
amdng whom diphtheria broke
out, has shown no- others inject
ed. Living quarters to be fumi-
gated, and work to go on.
We hear from Washington
that Representative Edwards, of
Georgia, is r'aring around the
House demanding another prose
cution of our beef trust. What
for, Eddie? It doesn't do 'any
In feet, Eddie, we're inclined to
be agin you. Every time the
Beef Trust is prosecuted, it raises
the price of meatta teach the pub
lic a lesson and pay its attorney,
'Jury in case of Mrs; Jane 4Tay
ldr Quinn, charged vith murder
of her husband, John Quinn, got
final instructions from Judge